If you dig ultra-violence, blood spatter galore, and Tarantino-esque visuals, Jennifer Blood will tickle your fancy. Garth Ennis began the series, and has since passed it off to Al Ewing who took on the series with guns blazing. Jennifer is, for all intents and purposes, the female version of “The Punisher”, and that’s not a bad thing. Check out the preview below from Dynamite.
WRITTEN BY: Al Ewing
ART BY: Kewber Baal
PUBLISHER: Dynamite Entertainment
RELEASE: May 30th
After the apocalyptic events of last issue – and the even more apocalyptic events to come – we take a quick break from Jen’s story to focus on Detective Pruitt. Who is she? How did she come to be? And should Jen be worried? A guest appearance from superstar deity God makes this the most collectable issue yet!
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