American Vampire #19

    American Vampire » American Vampire #19 - The Beast in the Cave, Part 1 released by Vertigo on November 1, 2011.

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    The Beast in the Cave, Part 1 last edited by lordhater1 on 03/03/20 11:29AM View full history

    AMERICAN VAMPIRE flashes back to the early 1800's for a "Lost Tale of Skinner Sweet!" Learn about Skinner's involvement in the brutal Indian Wars, and an ancient evil hidden in the heart of the Old West. Plus, more about the man Skinner used to call his best friend – James Book! Featuring art by the legendary Jordi Bernet (Torpedo, JONAH HEX).



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    Sweet Pre-Vampire, Still the Loveable Psychopath though 0

    I have been a big fan of American Vampire since I read the first issue. Its the start of a new story arc and it honestly a good pick up point to see if you are going to like the series, because its a prequel you can read this story without being lost.What works?Honestly, younger Skinner Sweet is the best part of the issue. If you have read the other books you know whats going to happen to him and you can see that building in his behaviors, the knife, the snake, and his behavior with the Indians ...

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    Skinner Sweet, Not a Fan of The Geneva Convention 0

    A tale of Skinner and Book during the Indian Wars.The GoodSnyder really knows how to pick an artist, especially for the fill in issues on this series. Jordi Bernet's no stranger to doing western comics and his work here is great top to bottom.Skinner's quickly become one of my favorite characters in comics and it's always interesting to get a peek into his past, especially pre-vamp.I really liked the early pages of this comic. Seeing Skinner and Book as childhood friends, brothers really, added ...

    1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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