In San Francisco, where the X-Men have made their home, a vampiric virus is rapidly spreading. It's the work of Dracula's son, Xarus, who has killed his father and united the different vampire factions into one army. Of course, Blade makes an appearance, as it's his job to slay vamps. Jubilee gets infected--and changes. And Wolverine becomes mean-ass vampire after he's bitten by the transformed Jubilee. Xarus wants all the mutants to become The Undead--and when they don't agree, he wants to destroy them all. However, leader Cyclops has a plan--and part of it involves resurrecting Dracula, who had been beheaded. The Dracula portrayed here isn't the old Tomb of Dracula version--or the version that appeared in the 90's X-Men comics--but a long haired, barbarian looking guy with big muscles and white hair. But why should Dracula do what the mutants want? It's another part of Cyclop's plan, which all comes to fruition in the last few pages. This was a surprisingly good read and Marvel has always managed to successfully combine horror and superheroes.