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I, Vampire #4 (sissy-boy vampires Spoilers)

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Punchy

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Postby Punchy » Wed Jan 04, 2012 2:53 pm

Kind of convenient isn’t it that John Constantine just happened to be in the same random no-horse town as Andrew? Very convenient indeed. But I don’t really mind because it was a really fun guest-appearance and Fialkov writes a pretty good Constantine, once Milligan leaves the book, perhaps he can take over? Although smoking in restaurants is banned across the whole of the UK, so John Constantine would probably be used to that. This issue was kind of a pause from the main plot, but it developed the theme of Andrew’s inner strength being what sets him apart from other Vamps, and that it’s all about self-control. The fact that the Vampire he killed is Tig’s dad is very interesting too, that should be an interesting plotline. Sorrentino’s art continues to be perfect for the tone of the series, the depiction of Constantine was almost as good as Tim Bradstreet.

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