Written by: James Tynion IV & Matthew Rosenberg Art, Colour and Main Cover by: Otto Schmidt Letters by: Tom Napolitano Variant Cover by: Francesco Mattina Edited by: Ben Abernathy Plot: After the first issue revealed some shocking truths about the oncoming war between humans, heroes and vampires, Batman has gathered a meeting of his closest... Continue Reading →
Andrew Bennett is on his way to the Hall of Justice with an important message. Mary, Queen of Blood, ruler of the vampires and the only defining reason there is peace amongst humans and vampires, has been murdered. The peace she has kept between the races, allowing vampires to live unseen in the world, has been torn and something worse than a few vampires is on its way; the genocide of the human race.
After her father passed away, the Hellsing organization was left in the hands of a young girl, Sir Integra Fairbrook Wingates Hellsing, now a woman at age 22, and the last descendant of the Helsing blood line. Her ancestor, Abraham Van Helsing, was the leader of the Order of Protestant Knights, who protected the world from creatures of the night such as vampires, and yes, the Bram Stoker story is true, Abraham Van Helsing did indeed kill Dracula, but instead of killing him permanently, Helsing turned Dracula into his servant, who to this day remains the Hellsing Organizations most powerful weapon against any and all threats.
Vampires, the wild west, and gothic steampunk style designs merge together to bring one of the coolest looking games of it's time, in my opinion at least. Darkwatch: Curse of the West, or simply Darkwatch, was a game that quickly caught my attention when I saw it sitting there on the shelf of my local game retailer, for it's badass cover image and the intriguing concept of it's plot.
The year is 1207, and the Vampires are a ruling class in the land, earning protection pay from local farms and villages as they defend humans, as well as themselves, from the Werewolves that roam the land. However, the vampires have been trying to make werewolves their slaves, to no avail, until one night, a miracle happens. The first of his kind, Lucien is born, the first of the Lycans.
Written by: Roy Thomas & R.J.M LofficierArt by: Tom MorganColours by: Tom VincentLetterer: Janice ChiangEditor: Craig AndersonEditor in Chief: Tom De Falco Intro: Marvel Comics is famed for it's incredible stories and gripping events throughout it's history of publication, but in the late 1970's they decided to come up with a series of stories known as "What If" stories, which... Continue Reading →
Written by: Marv WolfmanArtist: Gene ColanInker: Tom PalmerLetterer: John CostanzaColourist: Linda LessmannEditor: Roy Thomas'As seen in Werewolf By Night: In The Blood (2009)' Intro: Dracula, the lord of all vampires, brought to life in 1897 in a novel by Irish author Bram Stoker. Over the years the character of Dracula has been adapted into films,... Continue Reading →
Written by: Marv WolfmanArtist: Mike PloogInker: Frank ChiarmonteLetterer: John CostanzaColourist: Petra GoldbergEditor: Roy Thomas'As seen in Werewolf By Night: In The Blood (2009)' Intro: This issue is a continuation from the story told in Tomb of Dracula #18. If you have not read my review on that issue, please follow the link below to read... Continue Reading →