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I, Vampire #5 (As a man of honour Spoilers)

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Postby Punchy » Wed Feb 01, 2012 1:23 pm

Andrew and the gang head to Gotham for a team-up with Batman that, unusually for a Batman cameo, doesn’t feel like a lazy cash-grab. Batman fits in really well with the dark tone of this book and Andrea Sorrentino’s art is perfect for the character. I liked how Fialkov had both Batman and Andrew do the ‘disappear while someone else is talking’ bit, it really connect them well. I was surprised that Tig’s desire to kill Andrew became public so early, but I suppose it’s good, you don’t want things to go on too long because then it gets frustrating. It was good to see Mary again at the end, she’s the series’ main villain, and she’s been missed for the last 2 issues, I feel she should be a very big presence in every issue really.

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