REVIEW: THE ALLNIGHTER
Book Title: THE ALLNIGHTER
Book Description: We join the story in a diner, it centers around the group that runs the diner, which is open during the twilight hours. When one of the members of the group decides that they have had enough of their current life and pursue something more. To use their gifts to help others, and the consequences that entails.
Book Author: Chip Zoarsky
Book Format: EBook
Publisher - Orgnization: Comixology
Illustrator: Jason Loo
- Interior Art(4.25)
- Cover Art(4.25)
The artwork on the cover and the interior is phenomenal! The artist truly encapsulates the night life and the dilemma of what a vampire has to go through in a modern world to blend in and survive! I also like how when there is blood it is done within the confines of the story and not overly done, making the art concentrate more on the story than not.
This story is quite interesting. A group of vampires runs a diner that is only open from sundown to sun up. All to mingle with society in a safe environment, and try not to live as the vampires they are. When one of them who happens to be a superhero fan decides to try and be one themself. I like how a character that is inherently bad is trying to do good! I think this has a lot of potential to grow and the lore to do it with!
The story follows the wonderful design of the art. As it develops we learn that this ragtag group is much older than they appear due to their vampirism, and there are rules they have to follow, evidently some one named “Charlie” who is not seen only named didn’t follow these rules which have not been named yet, and paid the price for it. While we follow the liberation of one of the characters as he ventures out into the night. We see our hero also juggle daily life duties, and as the story ends we meet someone named Frankenstien. Which I believe sets up the next story. I look forward to reading more!