Bleed Them Dry #2

Writer: Hiroshi Koizumi, Eliot Rahal Artist: Dike Ruan Publisher: Vault Comics Release Date: July 29, 2020 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 4 User Reviews: 4
8.8Critic Rating
9.1User Rating

The streets are in a panic. Every cop in Asylum is on high alert. And Detective Harper Halloway is sick. If her condition gets any worse, she'll die her first death and become a vampire convert. Now it's up to the mysterious Ninja Vampire to keep the infection from spreading with basic supplies in a seedy motel. He knows he has to be careful. The entire city's thoughts and prayers are with Detective Atticus Black, who clings to life, undergoing experimental surgery after being nearly cut in half.

  • 9.2
    Monkeys Fighting Robots - Jake Palermo Jun 21, 2020

    Bleed Them Dry #2 changes the series' direction in ways that are both character based and have the reader invest in the worldbuilding. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    AIPT - David Brooke Jul 30, 2020

    I liked the first issue of Bleed Them Dry, but now I'm all in with a cherry on top for this series. Bleed Them Dry is an expertly plotted comic book story that drives your interest in its characters, the world, and vampires to new heights. Read Full Review

  • 8.5
    Multiversity Comics - John Schaidler Aug 7, 2020

    Final Verdict: 8.5 For the most part, "Bleed Them Dry" #2 keeps the momentum going, mixing and remixing elements from various genres to create something fresh and new. Read Full Review

  • 8.4
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Aug 5, 2020

    Bleed Them Dry started off in its first issue in an interesting way and it plays with a lot of that here so that everything Harper knows is a lie. Well, not really, but a lot of the larger things she accepts as a normal thing in how the world works is a lie. And that's not easy to handle while grappling with becoming a vampire yourself. Rahal has a lot going on here and it definitely works well but has me hoping that this isn't a short-run series because it's serving up some big things that really need some breathing room to explore as it progresses. Ruan's artwork is a big draw here and the time with Detective Black is a high point for me throughout as is the flashback to Toyo's past as it left me wanting to know a whole lot more about that. I'm really curious where this is all going and how big the picture is that it wants to focus on as there are a lot of things it's juggling right now. Read Full Review

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