Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #2 is a great second issue

Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #2

Puberty is one of those things that most of us would like to forget. During that time, our bodies went through changes and we didn’t know how to handle it. We also started to develop crushes, emotions at times out of control. Even with education, we often didn’t necessarily understand why those things started to happen.

We realized years later it was our bodies growing into who we would be as adults. I always wondered how would it be for supernatural creatures? Would they deal with the changes as frantically as we did?  In Bloodline: Daughter Of Blade #2, Brielle starts to find out about her abilities and her father arrives at the worst possible time.

We find Brielle in the middle of fighting Whitney, as she suspects that she is a vampire, as things get heated, Brielle’s vampire side comes out, causing Whitney to flee. The next day art school Whitney realizes that Brielle may be a dhampyr, which propels her to ask if they could hunt monsters together. Everything is not what it seems as Whitney tricked her into  going into a vampire nest. By the issue’s end, her father shows up  as he easily scares most of them away but Brielle’s hunger arises just as the two meet.

Overall, Bloodline: Daughter Of Blade #2 is a great second issue which shows not everyone has good intentions. The story by Danny Lore is exhilarating. The art by Karen S. Darboe, Cris Peter, and Joe Sabino is stunning. Altogether, it’s an issue and a story that will make fans re-watch the original Blade trilogy.

Story: Danny Lore Art: Karen S. Darboe
Color: Cris Peter Letterer: Joe Sabino
Story: 9.0 Art: 9.0 Overall: 9.0 Recommendation: Buy

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Purchase: Zeus ComicscomiXology/Kindle

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