Blood runs cold at 20,000 feet, especially if you're a vampire hunter named Milo trapped in a Lear jet with thirty six bloodsucking corporate movers and shakers. Vampires are attempting to take over the world, and they're doing it through Fortune 500 corporations. They may have traded in their capes for Brooks Brothers suits, but they still thirst for human blood. All that stands between them and the subjugation of the human race are a couple of smart mouthed, specially trained assassins: female bodybuilder Nikita and the aforementioned Milo. They're vampire hunters with an attitude, and they don't take kindly to attempted world domination. Issue two opens with a battle between Nikita and M'Raud, the 300-year-old enforcer for Lamia International. It's a battle to the death, and Nikita loses. After that, it's up to Milo to go it alone against the stockholders of Lamia high up in the not-so-friendly skies. The vampires are mad and they're after his blood, and not his world-famous barbecue sauce recipe. Written by Clint McElroy. Art by Luciano Queiroz and Dennis Cramer. Cover by Flint Henry and Bob Dvorak. B&W, 32 pg.