Blood Brothers #2

Writer: Fabian, Jr. Rangel Artist: Javier Caba Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: July 26, 2017 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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In the second chapter of Hermanos de Sangre, it's the Soliz brothers versus a pack of werewolf gangsters! Later, at an auction for magic items, the brothers find themselves having to deal with demon luchador, El Demonio! While Diego tries to find out who purchased the cursed Aztec skull, Gabe is in for the match of his life!

  • 8.4
    Word Of The Nerd - Brent Jackson Jul 25, 2017

    Blood Brothers is just plain and simple a good time! With a noir/crime/mystery story coupled with the crazy backdrop of this supernatural city, it is something that will leave a smile on your face from beginning to end. For me, there is really nothing to not like about this book. Sure there may be some little nitpick here or there, but it is just too much fun to hate (it has a luchador fighting werewolves on the cover for crying out loud!). Will the brothers get any closer to solving the mystery of the stolen skull or will they be outwitted by a mysterious ghoul? Read Full Review

  • 8.0 - Harrison Rawdin Jul 26, 2017

    Blood Brothers #2 is an easy to recommend release that'll have you grinning. The creative team gives readers a light but fun atmosphere that invites us to stick around and enjoy the shenanigans therein. It's not a bad way to spend part of your comic book Wednesday as this issue effortlessly earns recognition and praise from this reviewer. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Jul 26, 2017

    Blood Brothers doesn't dig deeper into things here but moves the storyline and investigation forward with a few nods, from a ghost that knows the brother's father to a look at Calavera trying to hawk the skull. The a lot of action in both of the main sections that the book works through and a fun interrogation sequence, the whole thing is a quick read that's definitely worth a second and third read through to soak up the artwork and what it presents. A lot of fun and a nicely creative take on a familiar story arc. Read Full Review

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