n. (plural of bloodline English)
"Bloodlines" was a 1993 comic book story arc published by DC Comics. It was an intracompany crossover that ran through DC's superhero annuals and concluded with a two-issue 'Bloodbath' miniseries written by Dan Raspler. The antagonists were a race of monstrous xenomorph-like aliens who killed humans for their spinal fluid. A small fraction of the parasite's victims survived and become super-heroes via their ordeal. This plot device introduced a wave of "New Blood" super-heroes into the DC Universe. Seven DC Comics series were spun out of the event: Blood Pack, Razorsharp and the Psyba-Rats, Hitman, Anima, Loose Cannon, Argus and Gunfire.
Bloodlines is a 2006 Star Wars novel by Karen Traviss, the second book in the Legacy of the Force series. It takes place in the fictional Star Wars expanded universe, about 35 years after Return of the Jedi. It was followed by Troy Denning's Tempest.
Bloodlines is the first book in the spin-off series of the Vampire Academy series by Richelle Mead. It follows the story of narrator Sydney Sage, the alchemist who helped Rose in Blood Promise, Spirit Bound and Last Sacrifice.
The book was released on August 23, 2011.
"Bloodlines" is the eleventh episode of the first season of The CW television series, The Vampire Diaries and the eleventh episode of the series overall. It originally aired on January 21, 2010. The episode's story was written by Sean Reycraft and the teleplay by Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec. It was directed by David Barrett.
Bloodlines is a book series by Richelle Mead. It is a spin-off of Mead's Vampire Academy series. The books follow alchemist Sydney Sage. After the incident with Rose and Dimitri, Sydney is being closely watched by the Alchemists (humans who help keep the vampire world a secret). They reluctantly entrusted her to be the main part in a cover-up plan to keep Princess Jillian Dragomir (Queen Vasilisa's recently found little sister) safe from the Moroi rebels who want to undermine the Queen's rule by assassinating her little sister.
Bloodlines is a two-episode British detective fiction thriller and a leading dramatic vehicle for Emma Pierson, who stars as rookie police officer Justine Hopkin. The series, produced by Granada Television and directed by Philip Martin, premiered on ITV on 31 January 2005, at 9PM, with episode two airing on February 1, 2005, again at 9PM. Episodes one and two are each 90 minutes in length. Initially envisioned as returning series, ITV chose not to recomission Bloodlines after viewing figures fell well below the expected target.
Bloodlines is the second studio album from American heavy metal band Howl. The album is set for release in Germany and Benelux on April 26, 2013, in the rest of Europe on April 29 and in North America on April 30, under Relapse Records. The album was produced by Chris "Zeuss" Harris, and recorded in early 2012 at Planet Z studio in Hadley, Massachusetts.
Bloodlines is the second studio album from Alex Faith. Collision Records released the album on October 30, 2015.
Usage examples of "bloodlines".
But their disgrace did not strip from her the inheritance she received through her mother nor the royal bloodlines that tied her to both the ruling house of Wendar and the princely house that had once ruled Varre.
By marrying into the powerful House of Benjamin, Jesus fused two royal bloodlines, creating a potent political union with the potential of making a legitimate claim to the throne and restoring the line of kings as it was under Solomon.
They had all sworn that Meiglan had been one of themand were concocting imaginary bloodlines to prove it.
Prolific bloodlines were sought after, and those who produced twins, like Princess Tobin, were most desirable of all.
He knew the bloodlines, legitimate and otherwise, of every noble family in all the thirteen princedoms.
Redheads like Sionell and her mother cropped up occasionally, even in bloodlines unmixed with outsiders, but true blonds were extremely rare.