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Andrew Bennett is a Vampire desperately in love with his fellow vampire, Mary. Unfortunately, the two have some rather different worldviews. Where Andrew sees humans as people to live in harmony with, Mary sees them as nothing more than food. She styles herself "Mary, Queen of Blood" and begins to build an army of vampires, intent on subjugating the human race and putting vampires in their proper place as rulers of the Earth.

And so Andrew, along with a handful of allies, must stop her.

Part of the ComicBook/{{New 52}}, ''I, Vampire'' is actually a reboot of a story DC ran in the 80's, as part of ''ComicBook/HouseOfMystery''. The characters are all younger and [[HotterAndSexier better looking]] in the new version, and whereas the original was intended as a miniseries, the reboot is intended to be an ongoing book.

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!!Tropes found in ''I, Vampire'':

* BatFamilyCrossover: Franchise/{{Batman}} and the members of ''JusticeLeagueDark'' all get involved with stopping Mary's army.
* BuryYourGays: [[spoiler: John]]
* DarkIsNotEvil: Played straight with Andrew and pretty much inverted for Mary and her followers.
* DespairEventHorizon: Mary when [[spoiler: she gets cured of her vampirism. She snaps out of it almost immediately.]]
* EvilRedhead: Mary, Queen of Blood
* FaceHeelTurn: [[spoiler: Andrew Bennet and Tig, who he bites shortly after absorbing all of the vampires]]
* FriendlyNeighborhoodVampire: Andrew Bennett
* HeelFaceTurn: [[spoiler: Mary]]
* HeroesWantRedheads: Bennett and Mary
* ILoveYouVampireSon: Bennett turned Mary out of love. Unfortunately, the change caused her to become cruel and sadistic. She still returns Bennett's feelings, but she sees him as weak, while he sees her as a monster.
* KilledOffForReal: [[spoiler: John]]
* MonsterProgenitor: [[spoiler: Cain]]
* NiceJobBreakingItHero: Tig, the young vampire hunter, thinks she's found a way to stop Mary [[spoiler: by killing Bennett. Unfortunately, this results in Cain, the first vampire, awakening from his slumber]]
* OurVampiresAreDifferent: Sunlight doesn't harm them, but instead simply weakens them. They have a number of shape-shifting abilities, and many of their powers get more powerful as they get older. They are also much harder to kill as they age, and killing a sire within the first three days of a vampire being turned will cure that vampire.
* StarCrossedLovers: Played with. Bennett and Mary are lovers on opposing sides, but they are also the ''leaders'' of their respective sides and see their causes as more important than their love.
* StraightGay: [[spoiler: John]]
* {{Stripperific}}: Mary is the most noticeable example, but Andrew and Cain use to walk shirtless, too. And Tig, when [[spoiler: Lilith possessed her body]].
* VampireHunter: Tig, whose parents were killed by vampires. She's not very knowledgeable of them, however. John Troughton, Bennett's friend, is a straighter example. Then there's the Order of the Van Helsings, an ancient society dedicated to slaying vampires. Bennett himself becomes an example when he starts fighting against Mary's army.
* VoluntaryShapeshifting: Vampires can turn into a number of things-- from wolves, to mist, to bats. They are also capable of partial transformations.
* WhamEpisode: Issue 12 [[spoiler: ends with Andrew curing vampirism by absorbing the dark magic over all of the vampires. Unfortunately, this means he's absorbed all of its evil; he then turns Tig into a vampire]]
** Issue 17 [[spoiler: Tig beheads Mary, while Cain has started reviving Lilith]]
* WhatCouldHaveBeen: The series was scheduled to crossover with TheFlash, but this was nixed due to this title being cancelled