BIO HAZARD 2 VOL.46 (Chinese: 生化危機2 VOL.46; Pinyin: Shēnghuà wéijī 2 VOL.46) is the forty-sixth volume of a sixty-part manhua series published by the Hong Konger King's Foundation, and officially-licensed by Capcom.[1] VOL.46 was first published on 21 December 1998 at a price of $13. Like a number of other volumes in this series, it was printed with an age-restriction warning.


Reform demonstrates his power in front of the CENTCOM commander and the Biochemical commander, while Leon and Ada watch from above. Meanwhile, at the B.H.S.T.'s ship, Sherry Birkin has arrived and has been placed in a medical room for treatment of her G-Virus infection. The procedure is exceptionally painful.

The G mutant literally tear the soldiers to pieces.

At a military building (軍事大樓), the artificial island's military force is on full-alert and set up sandbags, awaiting an attack. From out of the smoke, a human silhouette walks towards them. It is revealed to be a G-Virus mutant. An entire army's worth of mutants is marching on the military building, lead by Reform. The soldiers begin firing, injuring Reform. His right arm mutates, revealing that he had 'attached' a weapon to it prior to the attack. Reform fires biomatter out of his weapon rather than rounds; when it knocks a man -John- down, he transforms in only three seconds,[excerpt 1] and attack his comrades, who become infected and attack others. With the soldiers out of the way, Reform's army moves forward, literally tearing the soldiers to pieces.

Reform enters the military base and makes his way to a vault, quickly finishing off its only remaining guard. Reform breaks open the vault door by burrowing his mutated body into it like plant roots. Inside, he looks into a storehouse for missiles.

Back at the White House, President Clinton is attending a video conference with a number of people: the French; (法國總理); British (英國首相); Japanese Premiers (日本首相), and China's leader (中國總理) Jiang Zemin (江澤民). Reform interrupts the conference by joining in from his new office desk at the building, revealing himself to be in possession of said missiles. He then proceeds to cut open his arm to demonstrate the power of the G-Virus.


Further notes

  • While KING'S FOUNDATION researched President Clinton and Jiang Zemin, the British; French and Japanese premiers are generic individuals.
  • Page 19 features two signs in Japanese, but they contain inaccuracies. The character 'mi' (み) for instance is voiced by a Dakuten, but no such character exists. Only H, K, S, T and W sounds can be voiced (B, G, Z/J, D and V, respectively) in Japanese.



  1. Excerpt from page 17:
    "不消三秒, G菌改經變爲喪屍!張牙舞爪!"
  1. BIOHAZARD 2 Hong Kong Comic Vol.46. Resident Evil Collectors. Retrieved on 2012-11-03.
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