In the pages of Marvel Comics’ Wolverine, the title character continues his battle with Dracula and his vampire army. Back in issue #5, Logan was captured by the King of the Vampires, who began using his unique blood to transform the undead back into daywalkers, thus dramatically increasing his power over humanity. Wolverine escapes, and decides to bring the war to Dracula.
Marvel’s official description of #11 (where the story picks up) offers, “Wolverine takes the fight to the vampire nation in a quest to stop Dracula’s plot to co-opt his mutant healing factor. But what sacrifices and moral compromises must be made before humans and mutants see the dawn?” For the current issue, “Last Blood,” the publisher adds, “A last-ditch effort will put Wolverine and Louise within fanging distance of Dracula … and a betrayal that will tear through the X-books.” Comments screenrant.com, “While Dracula is planning on making some major plays to capture Wolverine, Logan himself is looking to once more ally himself with Louise, the French vampire hunger of the Nightguard, all while X-Force continues to survey and monitor Omega Red, who’s been tasked by Dracula to bring Wolverine in. However it all plays out, it’s almost a certainty that blood is going to be spilled on both sides, and Wolverine is going to be caught right in the middle of the crossfire.”