Vampires Alex and Joy feel compelled to deal with some serious consequences that have arisen from their nocturnal superheroics; they’ve inspired other creatures of the night to take to wearing capes and masks, but their heroic activities seem to have been misunderstood…

Though we’re in relatively straightforward superhero comic territory with this third issue, there remains some fascinating undercurrents of commentary due to the unusual setup of The All-Nighter’s story.

Nature, nurture and even a unique take on the creation of myths (arising from Frankenstein’s philosophising in the last issue) feature here; it remains a compelling, intriguing and unusual read despite the more conventional comic book aspects of this particular issue.

I mean, clandestine vampire superheroes are the core of this story. What more do I need to say to convince you to check out The All-Nighter?

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