This series is still struggling to tell an interesting story about anything other than a house mom that kills crooked family members at night. There aren't too many characters in the book that are memorable and the plots are rather thin. The best part of the book so far is the manner in which the family members are killed off and this issue may be the best of the bunch in that department. This book is going to need to provide something more than that though to survive in the long run. Read Full Review
After three issues, it's not too hard to see that "Jennifer Blood" isn't working. Tonally, it can't find a place that works and the way that the idea of a vigilante housewife out for revenge is handled is so by-the-numbers and obvious that nothing surprises. Ennis is usually a 'must buy' writer; not this time. Read Full Review
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