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Bloodstrike (1993) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Bloodstrike (1993) 1
    Published Apr 1993 by Image.

    Blood Brothers: Prelude. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson . Art by Rob Liefeld, Dan Fraga, and Danny Miki. When the government needs a job done, they call in the best, they call in Bloodstrike. An elite group of metas and efficient killers who accomplish their missions with deadly precision. Created out of Project: Born Again, Bloodstrike consists of Fourplay, giantess with four arms of terror, Deadlock, psychotic ex-member of the nefarious Four, Tag, the lassie with the freezing touch, Shogun, robotic killing machine, and Cabbot, their leader who has a mysterious connection to Battlestone, the leader of Brigade. Story continues in Brigade (2nd Series) #1. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #2
    Bloodstrike (1993) 2
    Published Jun 1993 by Image.

    Blood Brothers pt. 2. Guest-starring Brigade. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson . Art by Rob Liefeld, Dan Fraga, Norm Rapmund, and Danny Miki. Story continued from Brigade (2nd Series) #1. Having dealt a crippling blow to Battlestone and his Brigade, Bloodstrike falls back to HQ with prisoners to regroup and for repairs. Meanwhile, Battlestone calls in favors to replenish his depleting ranks. Plus, who is the mysterious woman known as Lethal and whose side is she on. It's Bloodstrike vs. Brigade in one of the bloodiest super-hero battles of all time. Story continues in Brigade (2nd Series) #2. Plus, the back-up story "A Tale of the Knight," chapter 1 by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Marat Mychaels, and Norm Rapmund. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #3
    Bloodstrike (1993) 3
    Published Jul 1993 by Image.

    Blood Brothers pt. 4. Guest-starring Brigade. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson . Art by Rob Liefeld, Dan Fraga, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. Story continued from Brigade (2nd Series) #2. Coldsnap is back and he's bigger and badder than ever. As the fight escalates Seahawk and Lethal show up to give Brigade the boost they need. Plus. Bloodstrike discover that Battlestone has plans to turn another teammate into one of the walking dead. It's Bloodstrike vs. Brigade in one of the bloodiest super-hero battles of all time. Story continues in Brigade (2nd Series) #3. Plus, the back-up story "A Tale of the Knight," chapter 2 by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Marat Mychaels, Chuck Jones, and Norm Rapmund. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #4
    Bloodstrike (1993) 4
    Published Oct 1993 by Image.

    "Down Time." Story by Keith Giffen and Eric Stephenson . Art by Chris Alexander, Chris Ivy, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. It's a day in the life of. This issue explores the characters of Bloodstrike and shows them in a different light. We see what they do when their not on a mission and have a day off. Some things are a revelation and others are just plain disturbing. Plus, the back-up story "A Tale of the Knight," chapter 3 by Rob Liefeld, Chuck Jones, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #5
    Bloodstrike (1993) 5
    Published Nov 1993 by Image.

    Guest-starring Supreme. Story by Keith Giffen and Eric Stephenson. Art by Chris Alexander, Chris Ivy, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. It's Cabbot vs. Deadlock to the death. Then, what's left of Bloodstrike is sanctioned by the government to bring down the ultra powerful Supreme. However, it soon becomes apparent that Bloodstrike is way out of its league. Supreme begins to take the team apart, literately, and leaves no one left alive. Is this the end of Bloodstrike? Plus, the back-up story "A Tale of the Knight," chapter 4 by Rob Liefeld, Chuck Jones, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #6
    Bloodstrike (1993) 6
    Published Dec 1993 by Image.

    "Inside Project: Born Again!" Guest-starring Battlestone. Chapel cameo. Story by Keith Giffen and Eric Stephenson. Art by Keith Giffen, Eric Stephenson, Chris Alexander, Marlo Alquiza, Jonathan Sibal , and John Lowe. After their massacre at the hands of Supreme last issue, it's back to the drawing board for the Bloodstrike team. As Project: Born Again reassembles (literately) the team, Cabbot dreams about the first time he was brought back from the grave. And the disturbing relationship between Cabbot and his brother Battlestone is explored further. Plus, the team is introduced to their new field leader, Chapel ex-member of Youngblood. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #7
    Bloodstrike (1993) 7
    Published Jan 1994 by Image.

    Guest-starring Badrock. Story by Keith Giffen and Eric Stephenson. Art by Richard Horie, Danny Miki, and Tim Townsend. Chapel has been diagnosed to be HIV positive and the government feels this could tarnish their premiere super-team the Youngblood's image to the public. Since they want to keep this efficient killer around, they place him with the covert operation Bloodstrike. However, Cabbot feels having two roosters in the hen house is one too many. How can he trust Chapel when he murdered his best friend (Al Simmons/Spawn). Plus, the back-up story "A Tale of the Knight," chapter 5 by Hathaway, Talman, Marlo Alquiza, and Jonathan Sibal. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #8
    Bloodstrike (1993) 8
    Published Feb 1994 by Image.

    Story by Keith Giffen and Eric Stephenson. Art by Richard Horie, Danny Miki, and Tim Townsend. Cabbot and the rest of Bloodstrike try and come to terms with a new team leader, Chapel ex-member of Youngblood. However, Chapel isn't doing so well. What happens when you've murdered your best friend, contracted HIV, and your celebrity and career are in the toilet? Witness Chapel's descent to the verge of madness. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #9
    Bloodstrike (1993) 9
    Published Mar 1994 by Image.

    Extreme Prejudice pt. 3. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson. Art by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Richard Hori, Tim Townsend, and Marlo Alquiza. Continued from Brigade #8. Uneasy alliances are formed as Battlestone and Brigade show up to help take down the ultra powerful Quantum. And considering the bloody resent past between Bloodstrike and Brigade, these two teams are as likely to attack each other as they are the bad guy. Plus, who is the Extreme Warrior? Story continues in Supreme #11. Guest-starring Brigade and Sentinel of Team Youngblood. Includes a 2 page Black and White back-up story and an Extreme Studios check list. Includes coupon #3 of 7 for Extreme Prejudice #0. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #10
    Bloodstrike (1993) 10
    Published Apr 1994 by Image.

    Extreme Prejudice pt. 7. "Finale!" Guest-starring Team Youngblood, Brigade, and Extreme Warrior, the New Men. Story by Rob Liefeld and Eric Stephenson. Art by Rob Liefeld, Eric Stephenson, Richard Hori, Tim Townsend, and Norm Rapmund. This is it...the final confrontation with the immensely powerful mutant known as Quantum. Can the power of four super-teams that includes dozens of the deadliest metas alive take down this threat? Not without casualties. Plus, what does Project: Born Again have in store for the Savage Dragon's deceased villain Cyberface. Includes coupon #7 of 7 for Extreme Prejudice #0. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #11
    Bloodstrike (1993) 11
    Published Jul 1994 by Image.

    Story by Karl Altstaetter. Art by Altstaetter, Marlo Alquiza, Norm Rapmund, Jonathan Sibal, and Larry Stucker. In the fatal aftermath of last issue a new Bloodstrike debuts. However, this Bloodstrike is a one man army. A nigh unstoppable meta whose efficiency at eliminating the opposition and getting the job done rivals that of his predecessors. Who is this masked man? This is a great jumping on point as Blood strike heads in a new direction. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #12
    Bloodstrike (1993) 12
    Published Aug 1994 by Image.

    Story by Karl Altstaetter. Art by Karl Alstaetter, John Stinsman, Marlo Alquiza, Larry Stucker, Norm Rapmund, and Jonathan Sibal. The government believes the new Bloodstrike is the future of their meta programs. To prove it they dispatch the one man army to take down the one opponent even Youngblood failed to defeat, Cybernet. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #13
    Bloodstrike (1993) 13
    Published Aug 1994 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Art Thibert. Better Off Dead!, script by Karl Altstaetter (story) and Robert Napton (writer), pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Norm Rapmund, Marlo Alquiza, Jonathan Sibal, Edwin Rosell, Lary Stucker, and Jaime Mendoza; Bloodstrike takes down a Cybernet base but disobeys orders when he discovers that the Experts have been captured and heads back to rescue them; The heads of Cybernet, the Covenant of the Sword and the Brotherhood of Man hire Geist to kill Bloodstrike. 36 pgs. $1.95. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Bloodstrike (1993) 14
    Published Sep 1994 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Atlstaetter, inks by Jonathan Sibal. Untitled story, script by Karl Altstaetter (story) and Robert Napton (story, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Norm Rapmund; Geist fails to fulfill his contract to kill Bloodstrike. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Bloodstrike (1993) 15

    Cover art by Stephen Platt. War Games Part 1, script by Karl Altstaetter (story) and Robert Napton (story, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Norm Rapmund, Jaime Mendoza, Danny Miki, Vince Russell, Robert Hedden (background inker), and Robert Lacko (background inker); Bloodstrike is sent to the Nevada desert to bring in Prophet. Continued in Prophet #8. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #16
    Bloodstrike (1993) 16
    Published Nov 1994 by Image.

    Cover art by Stephen Platt. War Games Part 3, script by Rob Liefeld (story), Karl Altstaetter (story), and Robert Napton (story, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter; The Experts team up with DS-9 and Jackson to rescue Bloodstrike and Prophet from the hands of Wargame but Crypt gets there first; Unfortunately, Crypt's motive for freeing Prophet is so that he can try to kill him himself. Continued from Prophet #8. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #17
    Bloodstrike (1993) 17
    Published Dec 1994 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Danny Miki. Untitled story, script by Rob Liefeld (plot), Karl Altstaetter (plot), Robert Napton (plot, script), pencils by Richard Horie (pgs. 1-22) and Karl Altstaetter (pgs. 23-27), inks by Mark Morales (pgs. 1-22) and Karl Altstaetter (pgs. 23-27); Bloodstrike and Jagger team up to take on Geist; Bravo and Link show up to reclaim Bloodstrike from Gunther and learn that the man underneath the mask is Cabbot. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $1.95.

  • Issue #18
    Bloodstrike (1993) 18
    Published Jan 1995 by Image.

    NOTE: Originally came factory polybagged with trading card and may or may not be polybagged when sold. Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Norm Rapmund. Extreme Sacrifice Part 3, script by Rob Liefeld (plot) and Robert Napton, art by Karl Altstaetter; Bloodstrike and his allies invade Hyde Penitentiary to bust out War Wolf; Glory and Roman leave Amazonia for Earth; Crypt sets his sights on Brigade. Continued from Supreme #23; continued in Brigade #16. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #19
    Bloodstrike (1993) 19
    Published Feb 1995 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Danny Miki. Untitled story, script by Robert Napton, pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Norm Rapmund; Bloodstrike is tasked with bringing in the dangerous criminals that were freed when he shut down security at Hyde Penitentiary to free War Wolf; Cabbot takes a little detour first to confront Gunther and ends up being reunited with some old friends; Athena and Bailout take on three of the Horde on their own; When Marionette gets the best of them, the original Bloodstrike team shows up to rescue them. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #20
    Bloodstrike (1993) 20
    Published Mar 1995 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Danny Miki. Untitled story, script by Karl Altstaetter (plot) and Robert Napton (plot, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter (layouts) and John Fang, inks by Norm Rapmund; Gunther uses a radioactive nu-gene process to bring the undead members of Bloodstrike back to full life; The team is split into two strike forces to keep the Horde from gaining pieces of a mystic pedestal for Epiphany; Athena and her team fail. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #21
    Bloodstrike (1993) 21
    Published Apr 1995 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Marlo Alquiza. Untitled story, script by Karl Altstaetter (plot) and Robert Napton (plot, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter (layouts) and John Fang, inks by Norm Rapmund; Cabbot and his strike force stop The Half and capture the piece of the mystic pedestal the villain was trying to steal for Epiphany; Getting the artifact and keeping it, however, proves to be difficult as more of the Horde arrive and succeed in taking the fragment from Bloodstrike; Epiphany pieces together the entire pedestal to form the Eye of God. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #22
    Bloodstrike (1993) 22
    Published May 1995 by Image.

    Cover pencils by Karl Altstaetter, inks by Danny Miki. Untitled, script by Karl Altstaetter (plot) and Robert Napton (plot, script), pencils by Karl Altstaetter (layouts) and John Fang, inks by Norm Rapmund; Epiphany uses the Eye of God artifact to power a spaceship with which she plans on conquering Earth; Bloodstrike boards the ship and stops Athena and the Horde but pays the ultimate price in lives to do so; With most of his team dead, Cabbot leaves to have some solo adventures. Continued in Bloodstrike Assassin #1. 36 pgs. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #23
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    Published by Image.

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    #23 was never released. Reason unknown.

  • Issue #24
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    Published by Image.

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    #24 was never released. Reason unknown.

  • Issue #25
    Bloodstrike (1993) 25

    Images of Tomorrow - Story by Rob Liefeld and Robert Napton. Art by Rob Liefeld and Dan Fraga. This issue was part of the Image #25 event. During one month not long after Image formed many of the books in their stable jumped ahead to issue #25 to give their fans a glimpse into the future of their books. In Bloodstrike we get a look at the nigh unstoppable killing machine known as Bloodstrike three months before he would debut in the book's continuity in #11. Gimmick? Hey, it's comic books, role with it. 32 pages. Cover price $1.95.