Review: Blood Feud #5
R.F., Sue, and Big Jack are up to their armpits in tarantulas and vampires! But the true, ghastly secret of the Blood Feud has yet to be revealed. In order to save the town of Spider Creek–and the world–they’ll have to make a terrible sacrifice.
Blood Feud #5 marks this miniseries’ last issue, and thus the story concludes. It ends in the way it begins, with violence, and vampires. However at least it reveals the origins of how the vampires came to be. However be warned the ending that writer Cullen Bunn has come up with isn’t a happy one.
The art by Drew Moss and Nick Filardi is dark, grim, and of course filled with shades of red. However the Master Vampire image, does bring to mind a lesser known foe of Batman, Manbat. Just a more twisted, vampiric, and fearsome one. While despite its much darker origins, you can see the obvious differences.
Story: Cullen Bunn Art: Drew Moss, Nick Filardi
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy
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