Azrael goes to Batman looking for something to do after deciding not to go back to Lilhy. Batman sends him to a shanty town near Websterville to look for a Vampire. Azrael finds the Vampire and defeats it answering a little girls prayers to her guardian angel.
Roger Robinson's first outing as artist on Azrael is both differant and just as appealing as Barry Kitsons run making him a more than adequate replacement. He has added strong areas of black to contrast with areas where the line work is very fine, he also captures and expresses body language well. The story seems more of a jumping on point for Azrael and doesn't seem to have much substace to it. Far more interesting is the introduction of Glinda who is an intersting twist on the advisors/sages that Denny has crafted. Azrael has Nomoz, Jean-Paul has Brian and Glinda acts as advisor to the angelic part of him.
The main thing that was important about this issue was that it featured the first work on Azrael of new regular artist Roger Robinson who made an impressive start to his run. This use of the supernatural is interesting considering Biis' existance has never been either proved or discounted maybe the supernatural does have a place in Azrael.