Ian’s clandestine past has come back to haunt him – but at the diner, the other members of his found family seem to just think that he’s walked out of their lives. The vigilante work still needs to be done, however – but what happens when a mythical creature needs assistance from the vampires?

This time around we get an intriguing flashback with a bit more detail added to Ian’s backstory. The present day story moves ahead too, with some genuinely sweet scenes involving a fearsome beast.

With another unforeseen development closing out this issue – adding to the unpredictability of the story in general – it still genuinely baffles me that The All-Nighter, as refreshingly original as it is, hasn’t seemed to reach the audience it deserves to.

Six issues in, it’s still a great mashup of genres and elements from classic stories; you really should check out The All-Nighter when you have a chance!

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