Review: The Vain #3

Created by Eliot Rahal and Emily Pearson
Written by Eliot Rahal
Art by Emily Pearson
Colors by Fred C. Stresing
Color assistant: Macy Kahn
Lettered by CRANK!
Published by Oni Press

It’s 1955, and The Vain are caught in the crossfires of Havana’s crime ring. Meanwhile, FBI Agent Felix Franklin is hot on their trail. But with little evidence to prove their existence, he’s uncertain if he’s closing in on the “blood bandits,” or chasing ghosts.

This is easily one of the most interesting vampire stories out there, giving us such a cool look at the same group of vampires and their heists throughout different periods of history. Eliot Rahal really knows how to write vampires in a unique way, that keeps you guessing what could happen in the next issue.

The art is always a beautiful experience. The blend between gore and beauty visually is a great mirror to the beauty and gore that comes with vampires. The line work is gorgeous, and the colors are absolutely stunning. The lettering is lovely as well.

Be sure to grab your copy of The Vain #3!


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