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Andrew Bennett has the powers of a vampire. He can transform into mist, a bat, and a wolf and he has superior strength far beyond that of a normal man. He also possesses immortality, the ability to turn others into vampires, a Healing Factor, and limited telepathy. Also, his image can not be seen, such as reflected in a mirror or captured on film.
Can be killed temporarily by sunlight (but always reconstitutes) silver, and crucifixes, and he is cursed to drink the blood of the living.
In 1591, after being turned into a vampire himself, Lord Andrew Bennett turned his lover, Mary Seward, into a vampire, and she became corrupted by the power. She took the name Mary, Queen of Blood and created a group of vampires called The Blood Red Moon bent on taking over the world. Bennett tried to undo his mistake and take down Mary and The Blood Red Moon. He was helped by his two companions Deborah Dancer and Dmitri Mishkin.
To try and keep his humanity, Bennett made a vow to only drink the blood of animals and bottled human blood.
Protagonist of the feature, "I... Vampire." Created by J.M. DeMatteis and Tom Sutton
First Appearance: House of Mystery (1951) #290
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Booster Gold (2007)
#2 Day of Vengeance (2005)
- '52 Pick-Up, Chapter 2: Leggo My Ego'#3
- '52 Pick-Up, Chapter 3: Hexed'
TPB DCU Halloween Special '09 (2009)
- 'Day of Vengeance'#1
- 'One Last Drink at the End of Time'#4
- 'Monkey Business'
DCU Halloween Special 2010 (2010)
Doctor Fate (1988)
#1 History of the DC Universe (1986)
- 'The Return of Dr. Fate'#2
- 'Eyeless, I See'
House of Mystery (1951)
Justice Society of America (2007)
#43 Reign in Hell (2008)
- 'Emerald City: A Dark Things Epilogue'
Tales of the Unexpected (2006)
The Brave and the Bold (1955)
The DC Comics Encyclopedia (2004)
HC Trinity of Sin: Pandora (2013)
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia'HC
- 'The DC Comics Encyclopedia: Updated And Expanded'
#14 Who's Who in the DC Universe (1990)
- 'The Halfway Place'
#2 Who's Who: The Definitive Directory of the DC Universe (1985)
- 'Booster Gold to Starman'
- 'Icicle to Jonni Thunder'
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