"With 'Vampire A Go-Go,' I wanted to take a playful poke at two genres at the same time: The horror genre, especially vampire books ... and the Dan Brown, Clive Cussler search-for-the-ancient-artifact type of book," said author Victor Gischler. The story is about a graduate student on a research trip to Prague who discovers the existence of an ancient device that can resurrect the dead.
While questing for it, he runs into a cast of characters including machine-gun-toting priests known as the Battle Jesuitsand the omniscient ghost of Sixteenth Century alchemist Edward Kelley. This is the kind of berserk storytelling to be found in Gischler's other series for Marvel Comics
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