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Little Monsters #9

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Generally favorable ratings

Based on 2 critic ratings.

As the vampires continue to discover startling secrets about the Elders’actions in the past, the deadly fallout continues in their present.

Will the vampires burn everything to the ground now that they know the truth?

And who is going to save Ray from his human captors?

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29 pages
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2 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 91

    The Super Powered Fancast

    The Story: Lemire continues to craft an entertaining story with some great stakes for the characters. I love the tension in the story and how the mystery is being revealed along with the backstory of each of the kids. I’ve been invested and engaged with this series from the beginning and it continues to get more intriguing with each new revelation.

    The Art: Nguyen delivers beautifully dramatic art in the issue and the black and white illustrations bring a wonderful level of drama to the story.

  • 80

    After seeing more than one of the kids’ origin stories inserted into the same issue, I realize I would’ve liked to have seen them spread out more throughout the earlier parts of the series. Moments prior were impactful enough already, but flashbacks showing things like the twins hitching rides on trains together felt less impactful after key story moments. They’re welcome regardless, however, and even thought the human versions of the kids look basically identical to their vampire forms by design, the context is effective at framing them as essentially brand new characters compared to what we’ve seen over the past several issues.

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