Comic Reviews: Brooklyn Blood GN (Dark Horse)

Dark Horse Comics releases another murder mystery graphic novel which is Brooklyn Blood based on the crimes in New York. Yep, this is another murder mystery comic just like the […]

Dark Horse Comics releases another murder mystery graphic novel which is Brooklyn Blood based on the crimes in New York.

Yep, this is another murder mystery comic just like the novel and the comic of 8 Million Ways to Die from IDW, but basically, every artist writes a mystery-solving story that took place in New York. However, the escape artist actually proves this book that “there is nothing as potent as damaging or as hauntingly ruthless as an old memory.” That’s beautiful. Well personally, I’d been living in Brooklyn since I was born, even though it’s in my blood, but suddenly in the present, we actually don’t see it that way anymore because the environment is evolving. But in this book, things get nasty around Brooklyn because we see some crimes and murders, but you might want to remind of and go back to GTA V because there is some crazy shit going on.

There is a detective who is working for the NYPD, but then they gathered around to look for evidence for the person who murdered someone in the woods. Afterward, he began to hallucinate, his head is spinning, he saw a few things that don’t exist or accidents, like two airplanes crashing each other like Papier-mâché. Well, it couldn’t get much worse because there are more killings in Brooklyn. But can you blame the detective, I know that he’s seeing shit around like someone is trying to kill him, planes are crashing down he’s actually on to drugs, or on stress, so he visited the fortune teller, but unfortunately, these officers don’t believe in fortune telling and they’re dicks. But seriously, after all the incidents and explosions going on, then what kind of drugs they’re on to?

By all means, this comic is actually not an ordinary mystery story about a serial killer, it just makes this comic to turn into a paranormal path throughout the story of a detective. What I’m reading is not a crime-solving mystery anymore, now this comic brings some black magic into this, I mean what sorcery is this comic? I believe that the story is something that imaginations made of, but going through with this comic makes it feel like the detective has a serious seizure. The art is something, regarding how much the artist created some illusions for the detective to feel sick. This is actually a badass comic on what you called Brooklyn Blood, and if you rather want to read a sick murder mystery-solving comic, then this is for you.

About Kevin Bermeo

I'm a New Yorker Artist, and I traveled a lot. I enjoy making comics, illustrations, paintings, and digital art. Besides drawing, I'm also a writer, I used to be a Gamer, and I love adventures, food, and dragons.