Injection, Vol. 2

Injection, Vol. 2

Consulting detective Vivek Headland tackles a case involving a stolen ghost, but when human deli meat causes him to call for help the details of his investigation reveal a new battleground between humanity and The Injection. Collect: Injection 6-10...

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Title:Injection, Vol. 2
Author:Warren Ellis
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:Injection, Volume 2
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:120 pages pages

Injection, Vol. 2 Reviews

  • Steven
    Jan 06, 2018
    The team of Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire continue to knock it out of the park with this second volume of the series. This one is mostly focused on the logico of the team and has a distinct Sherlock Holmes-esq feel to it, but all the players are required and get invo...
  • Jennifer
    Nov 19, 2016
    I was afraid that I wouldn't continue to enjoy this series after the first trade paperback, in which the nature of the "injection" was revealed. Oftentimes as is the case in thrillers and horror stories, the suspense and mystery are more appealing than the post-reveal story. However, a...
  • Andrew
    Apr 26, 2018
    I am so far behind with my reviews its almost embarrassing so please be bare with me. So on to volume 2 of inject which is almost impossible to explain without giving away the storyline which to be honest is part of the appeal of this book. Let us say that an experiment happened ...
  • Patrick
    May 07, 2017
    I love this series, and I was delighted to find that the second volume was out. (A lot of Ellis's series, for some reason, seems to just last long enough to show up in one trade paperback... then it stops.) If anything, I think I enjoyed this second volume even more than the first, ...
  • Alan
    Jan 19, 2017
    I think the biggest reason I liked this more than the first TPB, which I'm tempted to go back and re-read because of some things I think I missed, is that this edition feels more like a whole, connected story. There are bits that harken back to the first TPB, but they do not detract fr...
  • Jeannette Nikolova
    Jul 08, 2018
    Also available on the WondrousBooks blog. I was pretty excited to read the second volume of Injection, but I must admit it was a disappointment. Everything that I found interesting and worthwhile in the first volume was gone here. The new main character, Vivek Headland, was rat...
  • Crystal Starr Light
    Dec 01, 2016
    Bullet Review: Okay, this one was much better than Volume 1 - so rare a thing to say! Vivek is way more interesting this go around, and while the whole "Injection into the computer" thing is still puzzling, at least there was something of a plot to follow. I would not be opposed to ...
  • Sam Quixote
    Jun 09, 2016
    The Injection is a massive rogue artificial machine-learning system that is operating uncontrolled somewhere in the ether. Detective Vivek Headland and his colleagues, who created Injection, are trying to find it while another group, Rubedo, are trying to capture it, believing it?s t...
  • Arnis
    Dec 08, 2017
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  • Dan
    Apr 27, 2018
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  • Martin
    Aug 14, 2016
    This book was a treat to read, for the mind as well as for the eyes! Leave it to Warren Ellis to come up with wacky characters and plots seasoned with equal parts occult and technology, but what is by far one of his strong points is the dialogue and those hilarious one-liners - deadpan...
  • Chris Lemmerman
    Sep 10, 2016
    I vaguely recall reading that Injection was designed as a set of graphic novels rather than an ongoing series, and that's very obvious in this second collection. Whereas volume 1 introduced us to all 5 of the characters involved in the creation of the Injection, this one focuses rig...
  • Antonio Ceté
    Apr 26, 2017
    Sus conspiraciones, sus detectives listísimos, sus cultos secretos, sus misterios que destruirán a la humanidad... pues claro que me ha gustado. ...
  • Cale
    Dec 22, 2016
    Vivek is front and center in this volume, as a financial mogul comes to him about a missing ghost. And then things get weird. And weirder. The Injection team features some of Ellis' most memorable characters (Vivek especially), and the dialogue here is as crackling as ever. The rest of...
  • Kenny
    Aug 14, 2016
    Fascinating ...
  • bryce
    Feb 19, 2019
    With slightly more clarification than the first volume entailed, Injection gets right into the thick of it following Vivek mainly this time as he uncovers another plot hatched by the Injection. I really liked this, and wished there was more content within the pages, but the pacing is...
  • Rory Wilding
    Nov 20, 2016
    Throughout the course of volume one, the ongoing question is, ?what is the Injection?? By the end of the book, we get an answer, but we were still left baffled as Warren Ellis doesn?t entirely connect the dots. In volume two, Ellis drifts away from the deep science of the Injecti...
  • Jason Brezinski
    Aug 23, 2016
    The Case of the Elderly Ghost Sexer It?s all going to be about sandwiches, in the end, I just know it. Volume 2 starts with the discovery of artisanal human ham in a sandwich. A clue that leads to alchemical criminal organizations, vaginal ectoplasm, and the learning curve of a no...
  • Erica McGillivray
    Jun 26, 2016
    Continuing to love this book and how it takes tropes and stereotypes and spins them on their heads. ...
  • Ignacio
    Oct 30, 2017
    Ellis continúa introduciendo el tema de la Inyección, esta vez con una historia más convencional, focalizada en un personaje del grupo que se enfrenta a ella. Algo de acción, actitudes chulescas, decomprensive storrytelling, la extrañeza de ver la magia y la informática caminar d...
  • Cheese
    Nov 22, 2016
    This is bloody excellent. Give me an omnibus of this immediately! This has influences of the watchmen, planetary, BPRD and the league of extraordinary gentleman. It's bloody great. They inject an artificial intelligence into the internet to speed up human interaction in ...
  • Chad
    Dec 21, 2017
    This volume focuses on Vivek Headland, a blatant Sherlock Holmes ripoff, as he takes a case of a financier whose picture of his lover and his son has been stolen and is having sex with the ghost of his lover. The story is easier to follow but still contains passages that are obtuse and...
  • Donovan
    May 06, 2017
    Well that was a drag. It's almost like a different series with its change of focus. What Ellis did with volume 1 is basically gone with volume 2. Vivek Headland has become the main character, and really, apart from being a hyperbolically bohemian, seemingly eccentric, genuinely ...
  • Tom Ewing
    Apr 27, 2017
    Ellis is clearly having tremendous fun writing Vivek Headland, his riff on the omnicompetent detective trope. And that fun actually transmits to the reader, making the central story into as delightful a romp as a story about cannibalism and ghost sex can be, with the dire implications ...
  • Roy
    Nov 13, 2018
    Follows a different lead character in Vivek Headland. Kinda a wacky Private detective. The injection gets explained a little more but I just really didnt think it provided much more. I dont think I'll continue this series as I feel like its not building as quickly as I would have liked...
  • Artemy
    Jun 08, 2016
    Injection is back, and the second volume is as great as the first! This time it's essentially a detective story, through which we learn a bit more about the main characters and about the Injection itself. The mystery is good and the story is disturbing in a very Ellis way. Many things ...
  • Sahar
    Sep 08, 2018
    I find Injection to be a mind blowing techno thriller ! ...
  • Jerry Jose
    Apr 07, 2017
    "An evolving AI, infused with other worldly elements has gone berserk and is currently under the process of learning human behavior. Cross Contamination Control Unit(CCCU), the high IQ creators of Injection are in a guilt driven frenzy effort to locate and contain the AI. Meanwhile som...
  • RB
    Aug 11, 2016
    Warren Ellis turns away from fairies and turns the mystical section of the comic into a detective story that begins with a rich man who lost his wife and son but wants the ghost of the photo of his wife back so he can sleep with her. Yes, the weirdness does not end there: "Injection, V...
  • 47Time
    Apr 17, 2019
    Vivek is disconcertedly like Sherlock Holmes, but unlike the famous sleuth, is hated by everybody. He is asked by John Van der Zee to recover the ghost of his mistress. Vivek's organization is compromised when he finds his sandwich is made with human flesh. It's the flesh of Van der ...