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    American Vampire #28

    American Vampire » American Vampire #28 - The Blacklist, Part One of Six released by Vertigo on August 1, 2012.

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    “The Blacklist” begins here! The next AMERICAN VAMPIRE epic begins here with part one of “The Blacklist.” 1950’s Hollywood is in the grip of “The Red Scare,” but in this twisted tale it’s more than just the political scene that runs red. Our gal Pearl and Skinner Sweet return to the town where it all started for them, only to learn that things have gotten much worse since they left This massive story with major revelations is NOT to be missed! Plus, this issue features a variant cover by BATMAN artist Greg Capullo!

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    For the second issue in a row, we've got a nice cover, brilliantly planned and executed, but giving away just a bit too much, making the final few pages less surprising. This issue also has a GORGEOUS and BADASS variant by Greg Capullo. I LOVE it, but it represents the arc before last. A little weird. Can we get Capullo to do the next AV miniseries? And then Frazer Irving after that? I think my life would be complete.But for this issue we have series regular Rafael Albuquerque back, and I didn't...

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