Bloodrayne: Tibetan Heights

 BLTH   (Digital Webbing, 2007)

™ and © 2007 Digital Webbing LLC

As a half-human, half-vampire, BloodRayne has the best of both worlds: all the power of the latter, but the soul of the former. She uses her skills and abilities to kill vampires, and she’s pretty good at it—although that wasn’t always the case. In this tale set in Tibet, a young BloodRayne is just learning her craft from Mynce, her mentor and a member of the mysterious Brimstone Society. Unfortunately for Mynce, BloodRayne’s inexperience might cost them both their lives.

It started as a popular video game, led to a blood-soaked feature film, and now makes it way to comic books. In each format, the core elements of beautiful women, gruesome monsters, and bloody battlegrounds are well-represented. Troy Wall and Chad Hardin collaborate on the mayhem, available with several variant covers.

— Andy Richardson

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#1 Variation A

  4/1/2007
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  $3.25
1 copy available for $2.50
Bloodrayne in foreground on cover; Mynce in background on cover; Retroactively numbered Bloodrayne #9Troy WallChad Hardin

#1 Variation B

  4/1/2007
  $3.99
  $2.25
1 copy available for $3.75
Bloodrayne and Mynce standing on cover; Retroactively numbered Bloodrayne #9Troy WallChad Hardin

#1 Variation C

  4/1/2007
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  $3.99
No copies available
Mynce in foreground on cover; Bloodrayne in background on cover; Retroactively numbered Bloodrayne #9Troy WallChad Hardin