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Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 1A

    "Behold, a Pale Horseman" - He strikes like a bolt of lightning. Bones and sinew are ground into powder in his hands. Microscopic machines whisper into his brain, haunting him with memories of a past that has been erased. He was once called Raymond Garrison, a.k.a. Angelo Mortalli. Now he is known as Bloodshot...and he is the walking dead! With this all-new series premiere, Bloodshot arrives in the new Valiant Universe with an unholy vengeance! Trapped in a labyrinth of conspiracy, this is one hero who will not skulk in the shadows fingering his way through filing cabinets! He has big guns, searing reflexes, and the indomitable will to learn why the mob has taken his life...and the United States government has stolen his soul. What he will slowly discover is something so terrible that it will affect every man, woman and child on Earth. Also introduced in this issue: the malevolent Simon Oreck, and the ultra-secret wetworks organization known as D.O.A. Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Jeff Albrecht. FC, 32 pgs. Cover by Sal Velluto and Jeff Albrecht. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1B
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 1B

    Painted cover. "Behold, a Pale Horseman" - He strikes like a bolt of lightning. Bones and sinew are ground into powder in his hands. Microscopic machines whisper into his brain, haunting him with memories of a past that has been erased. He was once called Raymond Garrison, a.k.a. Angelo Mortalli. Now he is known as Bloodshot...and he is the walking dead! With this all-new series premiere, Bloodshot arrives in the new Valiant Universe with an unholy vengeance! Trapped in a labyrinth of conspiracy, this is one hero who will not skulk in the shadows fingering his way through filing cabinets! He has big guns, searing reflexes, and the indomitable will to learn why the mob has taken his life...and the United States government has stolen his soul. What he will slowly discover is something so terrible that it will affect every man, woman and child on Earth. Also introduced in this issue: the malevolent Simon Oreck, and the ultra-secret wetworks organization known as D.O.A. Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Jeff Albrecht. FC, 32 pgs. Painted cover by Vince Evans. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #1RRC
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 1RRC

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  • Issue #2
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 2

    "Dead Man Walking" - In the best tradition of Hong Kong action and twisted film noire, the mystery deepens as Bloodshot struggles to learn the connection between Garrison and Angelo Mortalli (a name very familiar to fans of the old Valiant Universe). What he leaves in his wake is spilled blood and broken bones...but what he's destined to find is all the more grisly! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Jeff Albrecht. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 3

    "Some Assembly Required" - Bloodshot's still looking for his past, and he's getting answers! But now the Chainsaw team is after him to make sure he doesn't get any more! They'll see his .45 and raise him 20mm's! Written by Len Kaminski, with pencils by Sal Velluto. Cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 4

    "The Postmodern Prometheus" - Bloodshot takes the search for his identity back to its source. He searches for the scientist who brought him back to life, seeking the answers every Monster wants of their Frankenstein. But whatever answers he's expecting, they're nothing compared to the actual truth. Written by Len Kaminski, with art and cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 5

    "Panopticon" - After facing a series of D.O.A. experimental nightmares, our nanite-enhanced super-human confronts the behemoth that is Simon Oreck, only to find that Simon is more than happy to give him that which he seeks -- the truth! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Rodney Ramos. Cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger (after Steranko). This being 'Copycat Cover Month' at Acclaim, the cover is an homage to the cover of Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD (1968 1st Series) #1. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 6

    "The Society of the Mind" - Bloodshot's confrontation with Simon Oreck has left him psychologically devastated and physically comatose, but his battles are far from over! This issue, take a fantastic voyage through the veins and arteries of the man with no soul, as the source of those eerie voices he's been hearing is finally revealed. Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Anthony Williams and Kim DeMulder. Cover pencils by Sal Velluto. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 7

    "Hot Metal" - Continues next issue. Bloodshot begins his most shocking battle yet...against X-O Manowar! With clearance from the X-O editorial team, this confrontation is set to be the ugliest, dirtiest, most vicious super-hero fight in comic book history! And if you're putting your pennies on the guy with the ion cannons, you may have another thing coming! When this story arc is over, the comic book world will see Bloodshot in a whole new light! Written by Len Kaminski, with art and cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 8

    "Hot Metal" - Continued from the previous issue. The bloodiest, most vicious battle in the history of comics rages on to its devastating conclusion. Bloodshot must find out his past, but X-O can't let him. It's a no-holds-barred, all-out battle between the man who cannot die and the most powerful weapon on Earth. A major turning point in the life of Raymond Garrison! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto, Bob Almond and Steve Geiger. Cover pencils by Sal Velluto. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 9

    "The Smoking Gun" - In the aftermath of his battle with X-O Manowar, Bloodshot finally learns the truth about the man he was before he "died." Not only was Raymond Garrison one of the most pivotal men in Valiant Universe history, he also wasn't a very nice person! Sometimes, the truth really sucks! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto, Scot Eaton, Rags Morales, Don Hudson and Steve Geiger. Cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 10

    "Dreamland" - Back in the present, Bloodshot journeys to Nevada's infamous 'Area 51,' the rumored U.S. government installation of stored UFO technology. He learns that there's a cover-up going on, all right, one that Raymond Garrison was once in on. And what is the connection between D.O.A., the covert organization known as Blackworks, and the aliens who have recently menaced X-O Manowar? Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. Cover pencils by Sal Velluto. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 11

    "Apocalypse Now and Then" - Raymond Garrison, the man who would be Bloodshot, began his journey as a government "spook" on the Ho Chi Min trail. But old blood doesn't dry easily, and there's still hell to pay in Da Nang! Could Garrison have been sleeping with the enemy? Beware the Warcat! Written by Len Kaminski and D.G. Chichester, with art by Sal Velluto, Alex Maleev, Bob Almond and Mark McKenna. Cover by Sal Velluto and Steve Geiger. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 12

    "The Quick and the Dead" - Warcat -- the genetically altered superkiller -- really would try to terminate Bloodshot...if only she could keep her hands off him! It's love, hate, sex and Vietnam! Written by Len Kaminski and D.G. Chichester, with art by Kevin Kobasic, Bob Almond and Mark McKenna. Cover pencils by Sal Velluto. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 13

    "Unanticipated Psychotronic Singularities and Fragmentation of the Explicate Order Within a Severely Distorted Finite N-Dimensional Manifold" - Bloodshot's journey of self-discovery leads him through the heart of Russia, where he runs afoul of the failed Soviet psychotronic experiment known only as Seizure! Bloodshot says he wants to find out who Raymond Garrison was...but Seizure shows Bloodshot things he didn't want to know! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 14

    "Uncorrected Proof" - Bloodshot goes to the Vatican -- need we say more? We do? Okay, how about a 2,000-year-old conspiracy of suppressed knowledge, underground libraries and rewritten Bibles? The Pope had better stay in his Popemobile, because Bloodshot and conspiracies just don't mix well! Written by Len Kaminski, with art and cover by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 15

    "Final Jeopardy" - With the last pieces of his previous existence falling into place, Bloodshot finally returns to D.O.A. headquarters to confront his personal demon, Simon Oreck. But first he has to get past Bloodbath, a horrific "sibling" who wishes to make himself complete by absorbing Bloodshot! Written by Len Kaminski, with art by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #16
    Bloodshot (1997 2nd Series) 16

    "Epilogue" - Bloodshot comes full circle, confronting his creator, the Machiavellian Simon Oreck. But Oreck's dying revelation pushes Bloodshot over the edge, causing him to fulfill the awful prophecy seen in issue #9! Will Bloodshot survive to face his destiny...or will he end up as a nanite-colored smear on the floor? Written by Len Kaminski, with art and cover by Sal Velluto and Bob Almond. FC, 32 pgs. Cover price $2.50.