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DC Shocker: I, Vampire Cancelled

DC Shocker: I, Vampire Cancelled

The series ends in April.



Source: DC Source Blog

DC has announced that I, Vampire will be cancelled as of issue #19.  The series, written by Josh Fialkov, attracted critical acclaim but never found a stable reading base. I, Vampire followed Andrew Bennett's battle against his own dark instincts and love Mary, Queen of Blood, a villainous vampire.

This marks the second series cancelled by DC in April, joining DC Universe Presents.






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