With Andrea dying, Alex and Joy race to save her before the true threat of The Takers arrive. Meanwhile, Lazaruk has to be stopped – but is there anyone who can challenge his crazy plans?

It’s been a wild journey, but The All-Nighter finally comes to a conclusion in the tenth issue, with an explosive finale and a somewhat open ending that allows for a second volume.

It’s a shame, then, that the series has made little impact – because its weird mashup of superheroes and monster mythology has been incredibly compelling and unique.

I’m hoping that a second volume is a possibility at some point, because one of the most endearing, humane characters in the series needs – no, deserves – to have their story continue.

In any case, if you do have access to Kindle Unlimited, you can read the whole ten issue run of The All-Nighter as part of your subscription at no extra cost – and it’ll be no surprise that I highly recommend checking it out.

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