(W) Jonathan Maberry (A) Alan Robinson (CA) Ryan Brown
New York Times bestselling horror author Jonathan Maberry presents the chronicle of the first Vampire War in V-Wars! This all-new tale leading into this summer's ongoing V-Wars series offers the first salvo in the battle between humans and hundreds of new species of vampires!
When a sniper's bullet kills the pro-peace Speaker of the House and a terrorist vampire cell takes credit, the Vampire War erupts hotter and bloodier than ever. Join IDW and New York Times best-selling author, Jonathan Maberry, as we take you on a non-stop thrill ride of action, horror and suspense! Welcome to the V-WARS!
With the Vampire Wars burning hotter and bloodier with each new day, Reporter Yuki Nitobe is abducted and brought into the vampire underground. When Yuki is shown the world of these new species of vampires, she realizes no one has been telling the truth! Does she risk everything by exposing both sides or file the report that she knows gives her the biggest ratings?
Taurus Harper is the newest member of V-8, the military special operations unit assigned to dismantling-with extreme force-the ever increasing number of vampire terrorist cells popping up. Taurus is young, enthusiastic, fearless… his teammates in V-8 know he's just the type to catch the first bullet. But, is there even more to this new recruit than anyone realizes?
A group of vampires who claim to be nonviolent and non-predatory, try to settle in a small southern town. When problems escalate between 'Bloods' (vampires) and 'Beats' (non-infected humans), the military special operations unit, V-8, rolls in to contain the situation. This one doesn't end well for anyone.
The Crimson Queen makes her first appearance and brings with her one of the most disturbing truths about the Vampire Wars: you can't tell who is infected. The enemy might be right next to you. This is a war that will be fought everywhere- within the government, within communities, within families. And, no matter how it ends, The World. Is. Going. To. Bleed.