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Les Dorscheid
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sixthreezy readsies
sixthreezy readsies rated it 10 years ago
A big turnaround after the so-so Batman v. Dracula epic. Batman turning into a vampire is a very relevant storyline to surround his character with. Though when you do so, you also put limitations on what you can do for a long time which leads to the eventual end of this story arc. Loved it.
The Good Times Are Killing Me
The Good Times Are Killing Me rated it 11 years ago
This comic creeped me out in a good way. The art is powerful (much more so than in Batman/Dracula: Red Rain) and it enhances the plot. In Bloodstorm, we meet a Batman that has been turned into a vampire and that is determined to finish those who share his curse, while fighting the thirst of blood th...
The Good Times Are Killing Me
The Good Times Are Killing Me rated it 11 years ago
I really liked this one! The Alternate Universe excuse that gave birth to Red Rain allowed Doug Moench to take Batman to a whole new level. What I liked the most was the use of vampire lore: So many recent stories completely disregard the classic tales of the undead, and here we encounter silver, co...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers rated it 12 years ago
I have to say it was quite a roller coaster going through "Batman: Bloodstorm." Let me first start off by saying that's its more gory and violent than the first in the installation by a long shot - but not always deep (which I think left me disappointed because there were several points in this whe...
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers
The Reading Perusals of Rose Summers rated it 12 years ago
This alternative storyline to the Batman franchise was surprisingly interesting. "Red Rain" tells the story of how Batman must face off against Dracula and the overwhelming influx of vampires invading Gotham City. While the dialogue is a bit dated, the story that unfolds is engaging, gory, and eve...
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