A mysterious infection is sweeping the land turning animals and people into blood-crazed killers! The food supply is dwindling...and you're on the menu! How bad can things get? You're about to find out!
Despite this, Rebel Blood is a very good comic with excellent art. Rossmo and Link and telling a somewhat familiar story but it has enough ideas of its own to make it stand out and though the plot isnt unlike anything else available, Rossmos art certainly is. Read Full Review
The execution is a little lacking, but the art and story concept are strong and that is a good place from which to start. But, it's hard to enjoy a story when you don't know who some of the characters are. Read Full Review
In the end, Rebel Blood #2 has too little style to support its almost non-existent substance. There are some characterizing moments for Chuck, but they really just feel like going through the motions. A flashback tells us that he has a family. A conversation with the monster tells us he doesn't want to kill. A conversation afterwards to someone we do not see tells us he is upset about his upsetting situation. Wow, this Chuck fellow sure is a regular guy. Unfortunately, regular does not directly translate to relatable. In fact, when there is nothing else to the character, it usually translates to boring. Chuck is a boring guy in a boring comic book. Read Full Review
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