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After saving Midnight City from the twisted machinations of mutant villains, the Nevermen return to their lives as everyday citizens, unaware that an even greater threat stirs far below the city streets. He calls himself Winterbone, and he has something catastrophic in store for the city's goggled gangbusters. To end Winterbone's icy reign of terror, our Nevermen have gotAfter saving Midnight City from the twisted machinations of mutant villains, the Nevermen return to their lives as everyday citizens, unaware that an even greater threat stirs far below the city streets. He calls himself Winterbone, and he has something catastrophic in store for the city's goggled gangbusters. To end Winterbone's icy reign of terror, our Nevermen have got to find out who this creep is and how he knows so much about their past. But they aren't going to like what they find out. Streets of Blood, the follow up to the critically acclaimed, existential thriller, answers questions and reveals secrets about the enigmatic protectors of the innocent....

Title : Streets of Blood (Nevermen, Book 2)
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ISBN : 9781569718230
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 80 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Streets of Blood (Nevermen, Book 2) Reviews

  • Andy Zeigert
    2019-05-16 20:40

    The original short series in "Dark Horse Presents" confused the heck out of me. Guy Davis' art was as solid as ever, but the story was dense and difficult to follow. It felt like trying to watch a movie that had huge chunks cut out of it. Sure, the scenes were great, but there was a noticeable lack of context.The first miniseries, collected as The Nevermen (which also contains the DHP prologue), fleshed out the world a bit and tightened the dialogue. But I feel like Streets of Blood is when the series really hit its stride. The main villain, Winterbone, drawn by Davis with eerily elongated arms, gave the story structure and intrigue, and by the end I was wishing the series hadn't ended here.

  • Damon
    2019-04-28 22:50

    Falls into the category of "I don't really know what the hell is going on, but it's cool enough that I don't care." Guy Davis's stuff is often in this category, but still rarely disappoints.