On Sale: 19 Sep 2018
Delve into the dark underbelly of the Healing Church, as writer Aleš Kot returns to the blood-soaked streets of Yharnam with artist Piotr Kowalski!
Now an ongoing series, by popular demand – the horror and mystery continue in Bloodborne, the comic based on FromSoftware’s critically acclaimed video game hit!
Delve into the dark underbelly of the Healing Church, as writer Aleš Kot (Zero, Wolf, Generation Gone, Days of Hate) returns to the blood-soaked streets of Yharnam with artist Piotr Kowalski (Dark Tower, Sex, Robocop)!
Beast transformation Cover A by Tradd Moore (Luther Strode, Ghost Rider, Venom)!
Bloodborne continues to be a sleeper hit series of this year. Kot shows a clear admiration for the source material and, combined with Kowalski, injects a great deal of pathos without ever feeling out of place. 8.3/10— Multiversity Comics http://www.multiversitycomics.com/reviews/wrapping-wednesday-112118/
There are a lot of comics out there, but some stand out head and shoulders above the pack. Bloodborne is a book about monsters, both visible and invisible, and the horrors that stalk the night and our minds.— Don't Miss This http://www.multiversitycomics.com/news-columns/dont-miss-this-bloodborne/
While every player’s experience with Bloodborne is unique, this comic’s interpretation captures the atmosphere, tension and even the distinctive game mechanics that make Bloodborne one of the stand-out games of its console generation.— Polygon https://www.polygon.com/comics/2018/10/22/18011024/bloodborne-titan-comics-series-ales-kot
Bloodborne is a great horror comic, a book that finds a way to truly disturb every issue. 5/5!— ComicBook.com https://comicbook.com/comics/2018/04/25/comic-book-reviews-april-25/
Bloodborne is a chilling and action-packed comic series with content capable of entertaining both the hardcore fan and the newcomer. Both the narrative and art knock it out of the park, and I highly recommend giving it a read. 9/10!— Bleeding Cool https://www.bleedingcool.com/2018/05/01/bloodborne-3-review-under-a-paleblood-sky/