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Bloodline: Daughter Of Blade #1 (of 5)

Comicscore Index
Generally favorable ratings

Based on 11 critic ratings.


Brielle Brooks is a good kid, no matter what her teachers say – it’s not her fault she’s developing vampiric super-powers and the undead want to brawl!

And as if problems at school aren’t enough, Bri’s got a wild ride ahead of her – she’s about to discover that she’s the daughter of the infamous vampire hunter and Daywalker known as BLADE!

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23 pages
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11 Critic Ratings & Reviews from:
  • 100

    Not only is Brielle’s individual evolution compelling, but the relationship with her mother feels genuinely fresh amongst the many fractured parental relationships we so often see. With an equally distinct and vivid art style coupled with it, Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 is everything I was hoping for, and the future for the character and this world couldn’t be brighter.

  • 100

    Geek'd Out

    A big asset working in Bloodline #1’s favor is that it doesn’t require an encyclopedic knowledge of Blade to be understood; she knows slightly less about her origins than the reader does, and we’re both discovering the extent of her nature in real time with one another. I’m not especially familiar with Blade stories myself, but I know his whole deal as a general character; that’s more than enough.

  • 100

    Un Cómic Más

    Interesting origin story of a new heroine.

    It has textures, it is very dynamic.

  • 90

    Graphic Policy

    Overall, Bloodline: Daughter Of Blade #1 is an excellent debut issue which primes fans for what’s to come for the characters. The story by Lore is exciting. The art by the team is gorgeous. Altogether, a story that introduces what will be a fan favorite.

  • 90

    Major Spoilers

    Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 introduces a charming heroine who is full of potential. She is going to need all the support she has as the action ramps up!

  • 83

    Graphic Policy

    Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 is a fun debut with some youthful energy and story decisions that makes it stand out. Instead of going the familiar route, it changes things up keeping readers on their toes. Blade and the Vampire Nation have been getting more of a focus lately and here’s to hoping this series continues the solid storytelling they’ve been delivering so far.

  • 80

    Impulse Gamer

    Is a good enough story and of a character I have not heard of before. Blade is not really in this one that much.

  • 70

    Multiversity Comics

    Blades daughter comes to the fore with some intriguing concepts, but not enough to really stand out in a big way just yet.

  • 65


    Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 introduces a compelling situation for Bloodline as a vampire hunter and as a person whose still figuring out her half-vampire nature. A slower-paced issue, to be sure. There are a lot of elements that could spell intriguing drama surrounding vampire hunters and Blade being an absentee father.

  • 60

    The Comicbook Dispatch

    Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 is a slightly above average kickoff to the series. Brielle Brooks just seems to perfect to be interesting, but when the supernatural creatures and vampires appear, those scenes have the feel of an old Universal Horror film. Hopefully next issue will expand on the two good cliffhangers at the end of the book.

  • 40

    Weird Science Marvel Comics

    Bloodline: Daughter of Blade #1 is wholly uninspired, cheap, amateurish, and worst of all, boring. If you’ve been anxiously awaiting the arrival of Blade’s daughter for a new generation of adventures, you will be sorely disappointed.

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