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"The Nocturnes" concludes here! Calvin Poole is a haunted man with a secret, but it's nothing compared to the secret he uncovers in a small Southern town. Plus, a major character steps back onto the stage!

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3.75 stars 3.75/5 Stars Average score of 2 user reviews

Expansive Night 0

Once again, The Nocturnes gets a nice color washed cover. The rain blurs the colors together into a gorgeous image. The only complaint I can really give is that it kind of spoils part of the ending.So this series has had me a little wary up through Ghost War, afraid that we were getting too much buildup and still not enough payoff. Each big arc ending a little less climactic than it could. Death Race was that way until the end, when things FINALLY started to weave together just right. This arc b...

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American Vampire #27 0

SummaryThe Nocturnes, part two, concludes last month’s story concerning Calvin Poole’s endeavours to protect his brother during the climate of racial segregation in the 1950’s. Yet, with the revelation of last month’s issue, this mission may have got a whole lot harder. Need I say it... there may be some vampires involved.What I liked· Enriching the lore: To me, the lore this series has created is essential to American Vampire’s popularity and success. Snyder creates a world where vampires are b...

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