The legions of superheroes turning up after being inspired by our protagonists are revealed as vampires; a dastardly plan that’s essentially a power grab by an ancient vampire. With Dracula missing, Frankenstein and Cynthia try to find him – as it seems that he may well be needed in the coming war, which is already beginning to claim some casualties…

The All-Nighter continues to be a really unusual and unique spin on monster mythology and superheroes – though it began as an exploration of the latter, it’s certainly leaning towards the former at this stage of the story.

Despite an inherently goofy premise, The All-Nighter has actually proven to be a series with a lot of heart and genuine tragedy too; there’s some deeply affecting moments in this particular issue that push us ever more towards an explosive showdown.

It’s a real shame that The All-Nighter doesn’t appear to have made much of a splash among critics or its audience, as it’s an absorbing, well written and brilliantly drawn tale that has very little to compare it to; it’s an excellent comic and deserves to be much more widely read than it appears to be so far.

Enjoyed what you’ve read? Want to support my blog? There’s no pressure of course, but every penny helps to keep this site running, as I earn no income from my writing here (though I may earn small fees from affiliate links posted on my pages).

However, I’d be truly grateful for any support that you could offer – and it’s easy to do so at either of these links: or PayPal.

Any donations are truly appreciated – and I also appreciate you taking the time to read my articles. Thank you so much!

Help support me here!

All donations are gratefully received and will help me keep the lights on here – as well as help to keep my writing dream alive! Please be aware though: there’s no pressure. I just hope you’ve enjoyed reading my article!


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s