American Vampire #4

    American Vampire » American Vampire #4 - Volume Four released by Vertigo on September 2012.

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    This new hardcover collects two epic tales: 'The Beast in the Cave,' about Skinner Sweet's involvement in the brutal Indian Wars, and 'Death Race,' about 1950s vampire hunter Travis Kidd! Collects issues #19-27 of the smash-hit series!

    Collects American Vampire #19-27

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    Southern New Mexico Territory, 1971. Before he became a whole new breed of American Vampire, Skinner Sweet was a soldier in the U.S. Army. But he's still as dangerous and deadly as the monster he'd soon become.

    Skinner's willing to win the war with the local tribes by any means necessary. But so are they. And the long-buried horror they're preparing to unleash could change the course of human and vampire history forever...

    Glendale, California, 1953. With his black leather jacket and bad attitude, Travis Kidd looks like any other juvenile delinquent. But he's a rebel with a cause: to kill his way through every vampire in America until he finds the one who slaughtered his family.

    Travis is quickly becoming the vampire's public enemy number one. But there are bigger, older killers out there than him. And if they catch him, they'll out this wild one down for good...

    The hunters become the hunted as superstar writer Scott Snyder (BATMAN) and artist Rafael Albuquerque's Eisner Award-winning AMERICAN VAMPIRE saga continues, featuring guest artist Jordi Bernet, Roger Cruz and Riccardo Burchielli!



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    5.5 stars!Brief Introduction:Wow! I had never seen a comic book series get better and better over time since Neil Gaiman’s “Sandman” series and Joss Whedon’s run on “Astonishing X-Men!” Scott Snyder continues to amaze me with his stellar storytelling in the “American Vampire” series and the fourth volume is definitely one of the best volumes I had read so far in this series! With brilliant writing from Scott Snyder along with fantastic artwork from Rafael Albuquerque, Jordi Bernet, Roger Cruz an...

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