Reading: Bloodborne – the veil, torn asunder (#13 – 16)

Bloodborne #13 by Aleš Kot

My rating: 1 of 5 stars

This reveiw is for issues 13 to 16 – the veil, torn asunder.

Can I just say I really wish this was never made?

I mean if you are into psychadelic timetravel, maybe this is it for you. Me, I had no clue what the hell happened in 90% of this story arc. I just couldn’t get into it. I mean it’s so bad that I sort of hope it was some strange form of cashgrab when you’re empty for ideas?

I so wished for this last arc to give me something of what the two first arcs had – exansion of lore, and the feeling of reading Bloodborne, having the time to look at all the dystopian beauty. But no, this is even worse than the arc that came before. It reminds me of some strange crossover standalone issue that someone made as a faneffort. And it’s such a crying shame, because the quality of the art and the storytelling is there – the actual story is just not.

I want my money back.

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