Dr Buttons, the Boogeyman, feeds on fear. So what happens when he’s faced with a vampire who supposedly fears nothing? Hopefully, the elder of the family – Ian – can take down Dr Buttons and restore order once and for all.

The All-Nighter continues to be an extremely unpredictable mashup of superheroes and horror, this time coming loaded with a very intriguing flashback to fill in a few blanks.

Which helps when we reach the jaw-dropping revelation in the climax; honestly, it’s a crime that this comic doesn’t seem to be reaching the readership it so clearly deserves.

At this point, I’m not sure I can recommend The All-Nighter highly enough – if you’re a fan of comics in any shape or form, you should definitely be checking it out as soon as you can!

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