The Blood Queen #6

The Blood Queen #6

Writer: Troy Brownfield Artist: Fritz Casas Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment Release Date: November 5, 2014 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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You knew it was coming. A decision is going to be made. Kingdoms will be shattered. Revelations are at hand. And for Elizabeth, could it be time to assume a crown? Everything changes in a moment in a tale that we could only call . . . REBORN. It's the most shocking issue yet for the series that SciFiPulse calls "bloody magnificent".

  • 9.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Nov 5, 2014

    The six issue run and annual for Blood Queen has been an interesting ride, one that has built up a lot of things along the way and has opted to go pretty big here for its final issue. I've enjoyed the fantasy series a good bit and have liked watching as the pieces of the puzzle were revealed. The annual was a big turning point for me as it established a lot of things in the past that brings the present into focus while the main book has given us some engaging stories of Elizabeth doing her best to insert herself at the court in order to get her revenge. This issue takes all the planning and building and has her, quite suddenly, turning the tables on everyone without most of them knowing. The whole world is her oyster at this point and she's got the playthings in hand to do what she wants now. Here's hoping we'll get to see it and to see more of Fritz Casas doing wonderfully detailed and powerful sequences like he gets to do throughout this book. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Unleash The Fanboy - Harrison Rawdin Nov 5, 2014

    The Blood Queen #6 is the finale for this volume, but I hope that we'll see a sequel at some point down the road because there just was not enough closure. Still as it is it does enough right tocome recommended. Read Full Review

  • 5.0
    Graphic Policy - Edward Wendt Nov 3, 2014

    The end result is an issue which stands apart from the others in this short series for its lack of quality, though for reasons which are maybe partially understandable. While those fans of the series might want to read this just for completion, the rushed manner in which it gets to the end is not worthy of the previous issues. Instead the reader is left thinking what could have been, but without answers. Read Full Review

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