Art by: Diego Yapur
First published: 2012 (trade paperback)
The Blurb: One Final Night of Terror.
It’s Halloween, and a small group of moviegoers attend the final showing of an old movie theatre, not knowing it could be the last thing they ever see! All hell breaks loose whenthe mysterious night projectionist traps the group in the theatre and it quickly becomes surrounded by a horde of vampires. But who is hunting who? Soon a bloody war rages through the theatre with the body count multiplying by the minute.
Don’t miss this no holds barred tale of bloody revenge that puts the bite back into vampire stories.
The review: It seems a long old time since I looked at the first two issues of the comics that have made up this trade paperback, and Kindleversion, indeed three years have passed. I was very impressed with what I saw and was aching to know more of the very unusual lore that the comic introduced.
The coven themselves will take wolf form and other powers include dominating the will of humans (having bitten them) and have telekinetic like abilities.
The story itself follows a familiar trope of master and unwilling servant conflict, but the backstory is strong and the story itself robust, this is strengthened further by the excellent artwork. Added with this some rather bloodthirsty vampires and the very unusual lore and we have a winner of a volume. 7.5 out of 10.