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"Night of Blood!": Andrew Bennett arrives in Gotham City and slays several vampires, who reveal that the Blood Red Moon is in town. Meanwhile, Batman agrees to track down killers who attacked the daughter of a crimelord named


Quote1 Join me in my struggle. And if my Mary finally dies... then you may use that cross on me! Indeed, I will beg you to! Quote2
-- Andrew Bennett



Appearing in "Night of Blood!"

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Other Characters:

  • Dr. Weems (Single appearance)
  • Lester (Single appearance)
  • Mark Tanner (Single appearance)
  • Mr. Hodges (Single appearance)
  • Shaky (Single appearance)
  • Ragman (In a photograph only)

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Synopsis for "Night of Blood!"

Andrew Bennett arrives in Gotham City and slays several vampires, who reveal that the Blood Red Moon is in town. Meanwhile, Batman agrees to track down killers who attacked the daughter of a crimelord named Mr. Hodges, leaving bite marks in her neck.

Batman and Bennett meet unexpectedly at a downtown bar called Club Dracula, where they are both being attacked by their enemies. Batman takes down the vampires with vamp-killing weapons, and Bennett uses his powers to take down the normal thugs about to kill Batman. They realize that they are pursuing the same criminals, and this trail leads them to a crimelord named Johnny "The Gun" Gunnarson.

Tracking the crook down to his penthouse, they find that Johnny is the new lover of Mary, Queen of Blood. Mary is using him to gain a foothold in Gotham for the Cult of the Blood Red Moon. Batman stakes Gunnarson, and Bennett hits Mary with holy water. Gunnarson grabs Batman to kill him with his last breaths, and Bennett lets Mary escape while he assists the Dark Knight. This causes Bennett to be shot with a silver bullet by Gunnarson and passes out.

Bennett wakes up in the hospital, where Batman is giving him a blood transfusion to survive. Hodges decides to retire from his life of crime, having learned that his daughter is the only thing that's important. The two heroes part ways, each feeling like they've made a new ally and friend.



Notes

Trivia

  • The Ragman photo on panel 3 of page 19 is meant to symbolize the upcoming team-up of Batman and Ragman in the next issue.



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