The firm raised fears that Howard Chaykin's title could violate British customs laws, creating a situation that delays the distribution of its other products.
"Retailers will be aware that the first issue of Howard Chaykin's Black Kiss 2 was rather explicit compared to other comics distributed by Diamond UK," said Diamond in a statement issued to Bleeding Cool.
"We at Diamond have now had the opportunity to review the second issue and the explicitness has not diminished at all. In fact there are scenes depicted which may fall foul of UK Customs' regulations on the importing of indecent and obscene material. Consequently Diamond has taken the decision not to distribute any further issues of Black Kiss 2 in the UK.
"Had Diamond UK continued to import this title and encountered problems with Customs, it could have had a knock-on effect on the timely distribution of all titles in the UK. A situation wanted by no-one."
The debut issue of the Image Comics-published series was initially prevented from entering the UK, being held by customs while its content was reviewed.