First look: DC vs Vampires gets off to a bloody good start | MCU Times

First look: DC vs Vampires gets off to a bloody good start

Some super-villains will rule the world. Others want to enslave its people. Some might want to destroy the Earth while others really want to save it … they’re just terribly misled into how they do it. But vampires? Vampires just want to eat us all.

For generations, they have lived among us, hidden in plain sight and kept in line with a system of laws they alone form. Now these systems are gone and the world’s most voracious threat is being unleashed … and even the Justice League may not want to stop it.

DC vs. vampires # 1 is the debut chapter in a limited series of twelve tracks by James Tynion IV, Matthew Rosenberg and Otto Schmidt, who promise to transform the DC universe in ways never seen before. Inspired by comics like DCeased, DC vs Vampires is a brand new superhero nightmare of a team that knows how to scare (you read Tynions Joker series, right?) and it starts next Tuesday, just in time for Halloween. We hate to ruin the fun, so we will not say too much about what to expect. Dog October is the season of treats along with its tricks, so we give you a little sneak peek at the debut number.

Be careful though. This one bites.

DC vs Vampires # 1 by James Tynion IV, Matthew Rosenberg and Otto Schmidt is available in print and as a digital cartoon on Tuesday, October 26th.

There is much more to fear in the DC universe! Next week, Task Force Z will also debut, a brand new DC zombie tale from Rosenberg’s wonderfully distorted mind. You can see a preview of the first issue right now in the DC community!

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