Comic Review: The Lost Boys #2 (Vertigo)

Santa Carla Hunters Union has been wiped out by the very vampire it was founded slaying and the frog brothers are down for the count. Only Emerson and Michael are […]

Santa Carla Hunters Union has been wiped out by the very vampire it was founded slaying and the frog brothers are down for the count.

Only Emerson and Michael are left to save Santa Carla from the newest suckhead invasion and they don’t think they are up to the task. Alone and outnumbered, the boys find themselves more lost than they have ever been. Until their grandfather’s possessions from the hunters union arrives at their front door. It appears there is one more hunter left in Santa Carla. But with the frog brothers gone and David with the femme fatale fangers, will this lonely hunter be enough to save the day?

With every page that Santa Carla falls deeper into David’s grasp, I find myself more and more eager for every page. Packed with just as much cheesy amazingness as the movie and a whole new horde of vampires waiting in the wings, our comic book loving amateur hunters are ready to step into the fray as it appears that every major player has been taken off of the table. As Emerson and Michael get ready to approach this new hunter and try to take back their town, I find myself enthralled with the fantastic artwork and fast-paced story that this book delivers. A developmental and strong issue in this series and I will be sitting here pretending I am not losing my mind waiting for the next one.

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