Blood Stain, Volume 2

Blood Stain, Volume 2

Upon arriving to her new workplace, and meeting her new boss under some rather unflattering circumstances, Elly tries desperately to leave a good impression first day on the job. The only problem is-- both she and her new employer seem to be clueless...

Title:Blood Stain, Volume 2
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9781632157683
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    Blood Stain, Volume 2 Reviews

  • Melissa ? Dog/Wolf Lover ? Martin

    I thought this second volume was going to be like this..But most of it ended up like this ..Happy Reading! Mel šŸ–¤šŸ¶šŸŗšŸ¾...

  • Patrick

    I'm still enjoying it, but after two trade paperbacks, I still feel like I'm waiting for the story to start...Right now there's a tendency for something to happen in the book, then the person it just ...

  • Norah Una Sumner

    The art is still impeccable and I'm really warming up to the characters. Just wish there was more... communication on their behalf because I'm not sure how long will this prolonged miscommunication th...

  • Mitticus

    3.5 stars because made me laugh. what a bunch of nonsensical overimagination of that girl.Finally I know- Dr. Vlad Stein is Blood Stain (and for the stains in his lab apron)...

  • Victoria ?

    I still feel like I'm waiting for the story to get started. The plot is just far too slow moving for me, I am really enjoying the humour and the art though. ...

  • Stewart Tame

    In this volume, we learn a bit about Elliot's new employer, the mysterious Dr. Vlad Stein. Is he a harmless recluse with a knack for accidentally getting blood on his clothes? Or something more sinist...

  • Sooraya Evans

    Doctor Vlad Stein a.k.a Blood Stain. Now I get it :)In this volume, we see more of the supposedly creepy doctor. Seems like an OK guy. I have a strong feeling that slow pacing is going to be a charact...

  • Anniken Haga

    I'm still not sure where this story is going, but I'm glad I finally got to really ''meet'' Vlad.The characters are growing, and the story is starting to take form - even if I don't know where it's go...

  • Emily

    I love the colorful artwork, the sense of movement, and especially the sense of humor of this web comic. If I weren't so lazy, I'd follow it online, but I've never been good about that, so I'll just l...

  • Jamie Connolly

    Wow that was awful. Really awful. And I thought the first volume sucked and went nowhere. This one was worse. Linda Sejic is better than this crap. I want to hope the next volume is better but thereā€...