- After the events of the first arc, the human party is split and paired off with various Hinterkind.
- As they try to reunite, they have to face trust issues with their new traveling companions…and militarized vampires.
- This volume takes on a Game of Thrones vibe as the Sidhe rulers up the political intrigue.
- While that’s fun, the most interesting part of this arc is how the uncomfortable traveling companions try to find some middle ground so they can survive—sometimes the needle only moves a little, but when it does it’s fascinating.
- Trifogli and Peter’s art looks great; as is often the case in books like Hinterkind, the pages that shine the most are the weirdest ones.
“Written in Blood” is a fun, interesting second act in Hinterkind’s story. It’s worth checking out if you are into fantasy adventure.
- Hinterkind, Vol. 2: Written in Blood (#7-12)
Writer: Ian Edginton | Artist: Francesco Trifogli | Colorist: Cris Peter | Letterer: Dezi Sienty | Covers: Greg Tocchini (7-10), Marguerite Sauvage (11-12)