The nanite enhanced super solider is back in this all-new comic series. Project Rising Spirit created Bloodshot to be the ultimate weapon. Designed to obey commands and be a one man army, he served as a lethal enforce for the organization. Free from Project Rising Spirit’s control, Bloodshot seeks to redeem his past. However, others have not forgotten Bloodshot destruction. A group of heavily armed and highly trained soldiers are on the hunting for Bloodshot, looking to take the rogue asset dead or alive.
Tim Seely is at the helm for this Bloodshot series, and he is no stranger to over the top violence. Bloodshot delivers plenty of bullets and bodies in this exciting re-introduction. Seely lets Bloodshot be a force to be reckoned with, toss him guns blazing into a war-torn town and letting loose. New readers get a speedy backstory before the plot gets a healthy dose of action for the more season readers. Seely’s take on Bloodshot has him more relaxed and calm, even cracking a few jokes while messing with some bad guys. It’s a slightly more casual Bloodshot that previously seen, but it’s not a bad start.
Brett Booth, Adelso Corna, and Andrew Dalhouse lend their talents to bring all the great intensity to life. The visuals are expressive and sharp. The shoot out sequence is lively as a barrage of bullets are exchanged and smoke trails linger behind. The fierce combat leaves behind a few bodies, but it Bloodshot takes his fair share of hits. The regenerative hero soaks up bullets and even a missile attack and still pushes through the pain.
Bloodshot #1 is a great read that should draw in its audience with stylish action and story that kicks Bloodshot straight into more trouble ahead.