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In the latest of our comprehensive series of reviews of DC Comics' 52 relaunched titles, we take a look at I, Vampire #1. Who's it by?

I, Vampire #1 is written by Joshua Hale Fialkov (Echoes) and drawn by Andrea Sorrentino (God of War). What's the history?

The star of I, Vampire is Lord Andrew Bennett, a man from the 16th century who was transformed into one of the undead but swore to himself never to relinquish his humanity. He was introduced in issue #290 of DC's horror comic House of Mystery in 1981, invented by Jm DeMatteis and Tom Sutton. His primary antagonist was Mary, Queen of Blood, who had been his mortal lover but was corrupted when he transformed her into a vampire. The 'I... Vampire' storyline ran for two years in House of Mystery before its conclusion, and Bennett (more) »


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