In the 2016 film Gods of Egypt the gods bleed a bright golden liquid when hurt (which happens often).
I wonder if there's any basis for this in Egyptian mythology, an Egyptian equivalent to the Greek ichor.
And there on the island stood Set himself in the form of a gigantic red hippopotamus.
The song of praise which was sung to recall Set's defeat says:
Eat the flesh of the vanquished, drink the blood of the red hippopotamus, burn his bones with fire!
Thus, Set, one of the Egyptian gods, apparently did bleed. However, one could argue that this was only because he was in the form of an animal at the time. Indeed, in the entire rest of the book no other gods bleed.