Jennifer Blood (2011) #36
This is the end of the story arc and it is fantastic! Jennifer Blood is in an Italian hospital until someone frees her in a dramatic way. Rated mature, this series is one of the best out there!
Jennifer Blood (2011) #33
This series continues to intrigue! Law enforcement and media invade the
town of Manchester, Massachusetts looking for Jennifer Blood. What
happens is not surprising but still entertaining. Rated mature, this
one’s a keeper.
Jennifer Blood (2011) #32
What is an issue of Jennifer Blood without Jennifer Blood? In this case,
fantastic! The story revolves around Vivienne Blute, Jennifer Blood’s
cousin. Jennifer Blood killed Vivienne’s father, Nick Blute, in
revenge for killing her father. This issue elaborates on the fallout
from one of Jennifer Blood’s assassinations. Rated mature, this story
will surely please even die hard Jennifer Blood fans.
Jennifer Blood #31
This series continues to deliver! In Ireland, a woman takes on the mantle of Jennifer Blood. While it is just the
first part in a story arc, it’s hard to see what will happen next
given what happens at the end. Rated mature, this is a must read!
Jennifer Blood #30
Still on the run, Jennifer tries to reunite with
her children. As usual, she has some unexpected tricks up her sleeve.
Lots of intrigue and double-crossing in this issue. Rated mature.
Jennifer Blood #29
I just love everything about this series!
Jennifer’s cornered in a diner after escaping from prison. The
question to ask is not will she get out but how. Rated mature, this one
continues to please.
Jennifer Blood #28
This series never disappoints! Jennifer has escaped
from jail. There are those looking for her and those who helped her
escape. What is their motive? Rated mature, this series continues to
Jennifer Blood #27
Now in jail, how is Jennifer Blood going to escape?
The writing and artwork in this series continue to please. Rated mature,
this title is rife with white-knuckled action. Everyone should read
Jennifer Blood #26
So Jennifer Blood is in jail and is finally opening
up to the authorities. She is constantly tested by her fellow inmates
and always comes out on top. The writing and artwork are excellent as
always. This is a series to die for! Rated mature.
Jennifer Blood #25
This series doesn’t disappoint. Jennifer Blood is
in jail and has to constantly fight to assert her dominance. While
dialogue-heavy, this issue really moves her story along. Rated mature,
the next issue can’t come fast enough.
Jennifer Blood #24
Wow! This issue still rocks despite the fact that
Jennifer Blood doesn’t make an appearance. It is all about her father,
one of six brothers who eventually become mobsters. Writer Al Ewing and
artist Kewber Baal do an excellent job of portraying how life was for
her dad in 1965. Rated
mature, this issue is the latest of a series that doesn’t disappoint.
Jennifer Blood #23
This one is a bridge issue and is quite gruesome.
Jennifer Blood tells her tale while she is in solitary confinement in
prison. She recounts everything she has done, mostly about the five
uncles whom she has killed as revenge for her father’s death. The body
count is impressive and artist Eman Casallos literally paints many
bloody scenes. As usual, this title doesn’t disappoint and is rated
mature for good reason.
Jennifer Blood #22
This series continues to be excellent and engaging.
There are some tense moments in this issue as well as a lot of gore. The
action is brisk and there are a lot of moments when the reader will take
in a sharp breath because of the surprises. Writer Al Ewing and artist
Kewber Baal make a great team for this series. Rated mature.
Jennifer Blood #21
Wow! This series just gets better and better! There
is at least one major surprise, some plot twists, and revealing
background information. “Jennifer Blood” has it all! Understandably
rated mature with the graphic violence and adult content.
Jennifer Blood #20
When it comes to a compelling storyline, this
series delivers. Jennifer Blood is one of the most interesting
characters in modern comics. Both the script and the art are top-notch.
Jennifer Blood #19
The cover says “Suggested for Mature Readers”
and one can see why. There is plenty of brutal carnage. That said, this
comic book is great. Writer Al Ewing and artist Kewber Baal have created
an engaging, good-looking comic book that is engaging and suspenseful.