Morbius: The Living Vampire #1

    Morbius: The Living Vampire » Morbius: The Living Vampire #1 - Midnight Son released by Marvel on March 1, 2013.

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    Morbius....the hunted, haunted fugitive.

    Morbius...the dead souled scientist.

    Morbius...the Living Vampire.

    Somewhere inside Doctor Michael Morbius is a good man who just needs a second chance. After escaping from The Raft in Amazing Spider-Man 699.1, Morbius is scraping desperately through each day trying to carve out a life in a world that has turned its back on him. However his redemption...may be worse than his sin.

    NOW Morbius returns in this long-awaited ongoing series, where the line between hero and villain becomes brutally and bloodily blurred.



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    Not Yet Living Up To Expectations 0

    Okay, for starters, this has a freaking awesome cover. For a first issue this one REALLY grabbed me. It's really intense in an almost simplistic way as Morbius melts into the shadows. He doesn't have the more ridiculous elements in his costume, just badass claws, fangs, and glowing red eyes. It's gripping and compelling.The interior art is a mixed bag for me. Most of it has a nice gritty 'street' touch to it, which is actually a surprising look for a 'vampire' book. Right off the bat, this serie...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Morbius: The Living Vampire #1 0

    SummaryFollowing the events of The Amazing Spiderman, Morbius the Vampire has escaped from The Raft and is now trying to stay out of trouble while he attends to matters of his own. He arrives in the slum of Brownsville where he is quickly drawn into trouble with a local gang. In this issue we gain insights into Mobius’ past as well as left wondering about his future.What I liked· Reader Friendly: This series has a nice narrated tone, which allows for Morbius himself to go on tangents from the na...

    3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

    Fangs in the wrong place 0

    I really didn't know what I was expecting when I got this book, for real, I like the character, I admired him way back when he used to fight Spider-Man, the whole tragic thing, being a vampire against his wishes, villain or hero, this kind of dillema. I believe Keatinge knew how to work these concepts regarding the character, but this first issue was very weak in my opinion.Of course Morbius is a B class rate character,but making a story about him becoming a bum, in a small city named Brownsvill...

    4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
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