Review: American Vampire #3
I don't read this title, but i'm commenting to give an XL "AMEN!" on enough with the damn vampires.
In my opinion, vampires were DONE in the 90s - turn out the lights, the party's over - with Anne Rice and Blade(amongst other)movies and USA network cop shows,etc.,etc.. But I guess their being undead just keeps 'em coming.
I only hope Wolfmen, Frankensteins, Mummys, and Creatures from the Black Lagoon don't end up using the same PR firm as Dracula one day.
I've read the first two issues and the series is DEFINITELY worth a look at. It doesn't try to play the sappy romance card or lust for blood like most vampire stories. What matters is story. And this series can play with two centuries of it. It can cover really any genre or time period in a way that most films or stories couldn't because they have to end, main character dies, or lives an immortal life, it's pretty predictable! If this series wasn't about vampires, it'd still be an interesting read. I like the character, Sweet. He's like Jesse James... only a vampire.
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