Written by Tim Seeley
Art by Brett Booth
Inks by Adelso Corona
Letters by Dave Sharpe
The Rundown: Bloodshot is down but not out as he fights for his freedom and he’s going to get an interesting offer along the way.
Bloodshot is in the clutches of the General and Eidolon, who is taking his powers and preventing him from using the nanites that keep him alive. As he fights back, his memories reveal a connection to the woman holding him and that gives the general enough time to hold him.
As they transport him, they are going to find quickly that there are more than a few people looking for the soldier and they have an interesting offer for him when they catch him.
The Story: The action doesn’t stop as this issue moves across location, time and memory. Each part of this issue is effective in conveying the intricate web of lies and deceit around Bloodshot and that history continues to make him a character to both pity and root for. Tim Seeley does an amazing job of making the character multifaceted and both the dialogue and plot are perfectly executed. This is a fun, frenetic thrill ride of an issue and every twist the plot takes draws the reader in and engages.
The Art: Brett Booth delivers some dynamic, action packed and beautiful art throughout this issue. Everything from the characters to the backgrounds is filled with gorgeous details and energy. A gorgeous looking issue.