Thursday, August 11, 2011

Review American Vampire: Survival of the Fittest #3

I've long been a fan of the "American Vampire" series. Well, sure, it's only been around for a little under two years, but the ferocity that the series grabbed me with at the onset was undeniable. I nabbed the first issue primarily for review purposes and also because Rafael Albuquerque was on art. Sure, Scott Snyder was writing it and I enjoyed his work over on "Iron Man: Noir," but the real writing draw for many was Snyder's co-writer: Stephen King. In the months that followed that first issue – and even the first storyline where King added background for the main vampire of the series - Snyder proved every bit as worthy to grab attention and more than equally capable to deliver a gripping story. For many fans, Scott Snyder's name on the cover soon became synonymous with "must-read.

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