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American Vampire: Lord Of Nightmares #4 (Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Tue Sep 18, 2012 8:24 am

This issue was great in that it revealed the origin of Agent Hobbes. He was a young British Police Officer in 1917 who came into contact with Dracula, and, under his influence, killed his wife and son. That’s very dark stuff, and not only does it add even more evil to what is already a brilliant take on Dracula (and we haven’t even seen him yet! I wonder if we will at all), but it imbues Hobbes with a very strong motivation to join the VMS and to hate Vampires. He’s become one of my favourite characters in the American Vampire Universe, which probably means he’ll die in #5 like Cashel did. The artwork from Dustin Nguyen was excellent, I loved the aerial shot of the train-tracks and the corpse with blood trailing off, very cool.

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