Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #07-12 + Annual [SET] — Volume 02: Beautiful People (All Regular Covers)

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Picking up right where Garth Ennis' epic Story-Arc left off!

Jen's bloody war against the Blutes is over and it's time for the cleanup phase of the operation.

All's well that ends well?

In a word...

No.

Jen's enemies get a little too close, Jack gets a little too crazy, and it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye!

How far is Jen really prepared to go to keep her revenge from wrecking her life, and what happens when the people she loves get in the way?

 

 

Collecting issues #7-12, All Regular covers Plus the Annual #1.

 


Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #7 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Kewber Baal.
“Yesterday, When I was Mad”
Jen's bloody war against the Blutes is over and it's time for the cleanup phase of the operation. All's well that ends well? In a word... no. This issue: what a woman who kills six men during the week does on a Sunday, what you think about when the only witness to your mass murder vanishes and you didn't do it, and what happens when you short-change a powerful man with a rotten temper. And waffles. Delicious waffles.
Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #8 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Marcos Marz.
“Beautiful People”
Jen finds out exactly what happened to Jack, and decides it's time for a neighborly chat. Meanwhile, the cops find a new lead, the conspiracy to avenge the Ninjettes grows, and the worst person in the world discovers Jen's dark secret. And Kusu. Please, try some.
Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #9 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Eman Casallos.
“The Sound of the Atom Splitting”
Jen's enemies get a little too close, Jack gets a little too crazy and it's all fun and games until someone loses an eye. How far is Jen really prepared to go to keep her revenge from wrecking her life, and what happens when the people she loves get in the way? Also: Meet Nathan Lazarr. He can smell the fear in your face at the thought of his ultra warriors.
Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #10 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Kewber Baal. 
“I Wouldn't Normally Do This Kind of Thing”
It's the ALL-VIOLENCE issue! Punching! Shooting! Stabbing! Vicious dogs! Torture and why it sucks! War screams! Blood going everywhere! Other bodily fluids going everywhere! Ruined wigs! Whispered arguments during funerals! Funerals! Cars smashing through wrought-iron gates! Broken bottles! Mike Fulsom swearing loudly! Again! And wouldja believe -- NINJETTES TWO?
Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #11 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Kewber Baal. 
“Left to My Own Devices”
Jen gets ready for the final confrontation with Mason Buwick's private army, while Detective Pruitt meets an old friend, Andrew meets an old flame and we find out exactly what it's like to be married to Jennifer Blood. Also - massive explosions! Raging gun battles! Poo flinging! And the mind-exploding debut of -- NINJETTES TWO! Watch out, they have extremely harmonious crystals.
Jennifer Blood (2011 series) #12 (Regular "A" Cover - Tim Bradstreet)
By Al Ewing & Kewber Baal. 
“Did You See Me Coming?” 
It's the DEATH ISSUE! Jen's entrail-splattering war with Mason Buwick comes to a shocking end as she crosses the line - and then another, completely different line - in her attempt to get her life back once and for all! Write all the characters down in a grid and then play bingo - because nobody is safe! Seriously, we can still call the comic 'Jennifer Blood' if she's dead. Google 'Taggart'.
Jennifer Blood Annual (2011 series) #1
By Al Ewing & Igor Vitorino. 
“1987 - My Father the Hero”  The Jennifer Blood Prequel
The year is 1987, and Jennifer Blood doesn't exist yet. Neither does Jen Fellows. Instead, there's only Jessica Blute, daughter of Sam Blute, six years old going on seven and very happy in her world... even though it's about to come to an end.