Bloodshot Vol. 1
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Bloodshot Vol. 1

Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Brett Booth, Tomas Giorello Publisher: Valiant Comics Trade Paperback: January 22, 2020, $9.99 Issues: 4, Issue Reviews: 47
8.1Critic Rating
7.0User Rating

Bloodshot, the unstoppable supersoldier trapped in a never-ending war...
Once, he was the perfect living weapon, created to follow orders. Now, Bloodshot works alone, using his lethal skills to protect those who cannot protect themselves. But a mysterious and powerful organization is watching, and they're not about to let something as dangerous as Bloodshot remain free...
Collecting BLOODSHOT (2019) #1-3, along with material from the VALIANT: BLOODSHOT FREE COMIC BOOK DAY 2019 SPECIAL.

Rating Collected Issues Reviews
7.1
Bloodshot #1 17
9.0
Bloodshot #2 5
7.8
Bloodshot #3 4
8.6
FCBD 2019: Bloodshot #1 5
  • 7.0
    Fracadactyl Jan 10, 2020

    Had to admit that issue from FCBD looked really good unfortunately its also what leads to some realizations. By all accounts, this is good when it comes to reminding people on who Bloodshot is and what he does. But with the Bloodshot movie coming out, I can see this being little more than a generic action flick. Even when going through some parts of the comic I can tell that's the case too. You have a group dedicated to bringing down Bloodshot because he 'might' be a threat, especially one member who is out for some payback. It's almost as if they're not paying attention to what's been going on and are just a cabal of paranoids who do shady stuff too. It's a weak premise and sometimes its hard to tell who's speaking in a very small number of panels. Admittedly there is also a transition where the plot of soldiers who have to go underground come up. That's certainly interesting and the action that goes on can certainly bring some readers to that. But for me, I'm going to have to wait and see if it's worth the price of admission.

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