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The debut speculative fiction graphic novel from NAACP Image Award-winning showrunner LaToya Morgan (The Walking Dead)! Avery Aldridge was a decorated soldier during World War II; now he’s just an ordinary young Black man busy providing for his family. But he’s haunted by the wounds of war, and after a run-in awakens latent abilities, he’ll discover he’s anything but ordina The debut speculative fiction graphic novel from NAACP Image Award-winning showrunner LaToya Morgan (The Walking Dead)! Avery Aldridge was a decorated soldier during World War II; now he’s just an ordinary young Black man busy providing for his family. But he’s haunted by the wounds of war, and after a run-in awakens latent abilities, he’ll discover he’s anything but ordinary. But between flashbacks, ever-emerging and frightening powers, and a seemingly kind doctor with unclear motives, will Avery be able to make sense of his newfound abilities and what’s been done to him? Can he keep his family safe in a society that never wanted him to have any power? A bold, evocative genre-bending saga by NAACP Image Award-Winning screenwriter LaToya Morgan (AMC's The Walking Dead, Into The Badlands), artists Walt Barna (The Osiris Path) and Moisés Hidalgo (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), and colorist A.H.G. (Broken Bear) about the power of love, family, and resilience. Collects Dark Blood #1-6.


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The debut speculative fiction graphic novel from NAACP Image Award-winning showrunner LaToya Morgan (The Walking Dead)! Avery Aldridge was a decorated soldier during World War II; now he’s just an ordinary young Black man busy providing for his family. But he’s haunted by the wounds of war, and after a run-in awakens latent abilities, he’ll discover he’s anything but ordina The debut speculative fiction graphic novel from NAACP Image Award-winning showrunner LaToya Morgan (The Walking Dead)! Avery Aldridge was a decorated soldier during World War II; now he’s just an ordinary young Black man busy providing for his family. But he’s haunted by the wounds of war, and after a run-in awakens latent abilities, he’ll discover he’s anything but ordinary. But between flashbacks, ever-emerging and frightening powers, and a seemingly kind doctor with unclear motives, will Avery be able to make sense of his newfound abilities and what’s been done to him? Can he keep his family safe in a society that never wanted him to have any power? A bold, evocative genre-bending saga by NAACP Image Award-Winning screenwriter LaToya Morgan (AMC's The Walking Dead, Into The Badlands), artists Walt Barna (The Osiris Path) and Moisés Hidalgo (Mighty Morphin Power Rangers), and colorist A.H.G. (Broken Bear) about the power of love, family, and resilience. Collects Dark Blood #1-6.

30 review for Dark Blood, Vol. 1

  1. 5 out of 5

    Carol Tilley

    3.5 - for Issues #1 - 5.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Alan D.D.

    No puedo decir de qué se trata. El guión era desordenado, con un desarrollo errático que era imposible de seguir. Lo dejé a la mitad porque aún allí no entendía de qué se trataba la historia. Dos estrellas por intentar incorporar un componente social y, hasta donde vi, hacer la indignación del protagonista tan palpable que hasta a mí me hirvió la sangre varias veces. I can't say what it is about. The script was messy, with erratic development that was impossible to follow. I left it halfway throu No puedo decir de qué se trata. El guión era desordenado, con un desarrollo errático que era imposible de seguir. Lo dejé a la mitad porque aún allí no entendía de qué se trataba la historia. Dos estrellas por intentar incorporar un componente social y, hasta donde vi, hacer la indignación del protagonista tan palpable que hasta a mí me hirvió la sangre varias veces. I can't say what it is about. The script was messy, with erratic development that was impossible to follow. I left it halfway through because even there I didn't understand what the story was about. Two stars for trying to incorporate a social component and, as far as I saw, making the protagonist's outrage so palpable that even my blood boiled several times.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

    Didn't exactly start strong, but I at least didn't hate it, though was ultimately a short series that I found banal and forgettable. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 2.21 Didn't exactly start strong, but I at least didn't hate it, though was ultimately a short series that I found banal and forgettable. Individual issue reviews: #1 | #2 | #3 | #4 | #5 | #6 Total review score: 2.21

  4. 4 out of 5

    Mike Jorgensen

    I really loved this book! I loved the cover art as it was coming out, but didn't hear much buzz about it... All that to say I LOVED it. Really great concept, strong pacing, great balance of telling the story from a few different points in time. This left space for a follow-up series and is definitely deserving! I really loved this book! I loved the cover art as it was coming out, but didn't hear much buzz about it... All that to say I LOVED it. Really great concept, strong pacing, great balance of telling the story from a few different points in time. This left space for a follow-up series and is definitely deserving!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kate

    this was so short -- maybe more like an issue than a volume. very interesting concept for a story.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Suren Raja

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    Glenn

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    Ryan

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    Syd

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    SlurredNerd

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    Dena Burnett

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    Lindsey

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    Cory Rathbun

  14. 4 out of 5

    Aaron

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    Matthew Ward

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    Caley

  17. 5 out of 5

    Corey

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    Ben

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    Robert Smith

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tyler

  21. 5 out of 5

    John Braine

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    jay

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    Mikh

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    Sheri

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    Ryan Winn

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    Rob Schamberger

  27. 5 out of 5

    Erica

  28. 5 out of 5

    Remi

  29. 5 out of 5

    David

  30. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Meyer

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