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Night Club #6 (of 6)

Comicscore Index
Universal acclaim

Based on 4 critic ratings.


The stunning conclusion to the first arc of your new favorite book. It’s superheroes versus vampires and there will be BLOOD, as they say. We hope you enjoy this. We can’t wait to come back for more!

Publication Date
Kindle Edition
Print Length
40 pages
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4 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100


    Night Club #6 is an all-out balls-to-the-wall action extravaganza with the usual twists and turns Millar likes to throw in during his closing acts, with pacey writing and bombastic, thrilling action. Ramírez’s art continues to convey so much of the emotions and confidence – and then lack of confidence – our heroes go through, even with masks on, through his deft body language and stances he pours into each character, while Fabian Mascolo shifts tones through his colour art to fit the mood.

    It’s another big ending to a series that you can easily envisage as a TV series – which this series is destined to be at some point – with a cast of characters you can’t help but root for and who never say never. At times witty as well as wicked, Night Club has been a great hybrid of a series and a new take on superheroes I have enjoyed from start to finish, with the promise of much more to come.

  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Mark Millar refreshes the vampire genre and revitalizes it in a modern context, as current as Covid.

    Art is very detailed, with strokes and textures that provide an interesting dynamism especially in the fight sequences, with many close-ups. The colors are bright and emphasize the dynamism.

  • 100

    Lyles Movie Files

    Night Club had an original concept and Millar, Ramirez, Mascolo and Robins ensured that there wasn’t going to be some disappointing final act.

    Seeking a new fresh series to sink into? Check out Night Club, which was priced at a reader-friendly $1.99 save for this issue, which essentially kept that model as this is a double-sized installment.

  • 60

    Major Spoilers

    In short, Night Club #6 wraps everything up with a bow, dealing with the villains, leaving our heroes as the only surviving bloodsuckers, and taking the requisite Millar shots at the youth (one of the vampires is obsessed with stalking internet celebrities and trying to get them to kill themselves), providing a wrap-up that satisfies but doesn’t delight. The art elevates it all, but can’t overcome the nagging feeling that Millar is saving the best stuff for the Netflix adaptation.

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