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Robb Ghag reviews American Vampire Vol. 5...

"In this new American Vampire collection, Skinner Sweet, Pearl and company return to Hollywood in the ‘50s during the Red Scare. In a time when America was on the lookout for the next Communist threat, was the real danger far more insidious? Plus: Retired vampire hunter Felicia Book gets called back into action to kill the most powerful vampire of all time."

This is the book that closes the chapter on some of the characters that Scott Snyder has made come to life (or afterlife).  If you’re a fan of American Vampire then you will find yourself in familiar surroundings as Agent Hobbes and a makeshift group of “heroes” take on the father of all vampires: Dracula.

Starting in England in 1954 we quickly learn the history of the Vassals of the Morning Star.  We’re reconnected with Felicia and Gus, who Hobbes convincingly gets to join their cause. »

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