- Bloodshot's nanites made him a nearly unstoppable killing machine. His enhanced strength, speed, endurance, and healing made him the perfect weapon, and he served his masters at Project Rising Spirit -- a private contractor trafficking in violence -- very well.
- Bloodshot's nanites made him a nearly unstoppable killing machine. His enhanced strength, speed, endurance, and healing made him the perfect weapon, and he served his masters at Project Rising Spirit -- a private contractor trafficking in violence -- very well. Now, Bloodshot is a shadow of his former self. He lives in self-imposed exile, reeling from the consequences of his past life and the recent events that nearly drove him mad. But when a rash of shootings by gunmen who appear to look just like Bloodshot begin, his guilt will send him on a mission to stop the killers, even if it means diving head-long into the violence that nearly destroyed him.
- Start reading here as visionary creators Jeff Lemire and Mico Suayan kick-off a brand-new beginning for the cutting-edge commando called Bloodshot...and plunge him to his darkest, bloodiest, most mind-bending depths yet.
- Collecting Bloodshot Reborn #1-5.
- ISBN-13: 9781939346674
- ISBN-10: 1939346673
- Publisher: Valiant Entertainment LLC
- Publish Date: September 2015
- Page Count: 144
- Reading Level: Ages 13-16
- Dimensions: 10.1 x 6.4 x 0.2 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.65 pounds
Series: Bloodshot Reborn Tp #1
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-06-22
- Reviewer: Staff
There are so many different ways to approach a narrative about the rebirth of a superhuman character, but Lemire (The Valiant, Essex County) takes one of the strongest. The story begins six months after the end of The Valiant, with Bloodshot having been liberated from the tiny machines—called nanites—that made him the perfect assassin for a rogue paramilitary outfit. Now just a normal man, he has taken the name Ray Garrison, but he knows little about the hero he used to be and is terrified at the prospect of finding out. When killers looking remarkably like the former Bloodshot start appearing, Garrison realizes he must reacquire the nanites and try to control them. Lemire does an exceptional job of showing Garrison’s inner conflict; Suayan (Moon Knight, Thor) and colorist David Baron create a visual canvas that provides emotional detail while showing the extent of Bloodshot’s psychological trauma. This initial volume is an exciting opening salvo in the reinvention of this long-running character. (Sept.)