Valiant Masters: Bloodshot, Volume 1: Blood of the Machine

Valiant Masters: Bloodshot, Volume 1: Blood of the Machine

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by Kevin VanHook
     
 

  • "Blood of the Machine" — the first in an all-new library of Valiant classic! Collected for the first time anywhere, the best-selling title of the
    90s is back! Re-presenting the first arc of his original adventures in the VH1
    Valiant Universe, Bloodshot comes armed to the teeth with bullets, nanites
    — and questions! With all of New York as
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  • "Blood of the Machine" — the first in an all-new library of Valiant classic! Collected for the first time anywhere, the best-selling title of the
    90s is back! Re-presenting the first arc of his original adventures in the VH1
    Valiant Universe, Bloodshot comes armed to the teeth with bullets, nanites
    — and questions! With all of New York as his battlefield, Bloodshot wages a one-man war for the secrets to his past. But with the whole of New York's mafia underground hot on his trail, he'll soon realize that some questions are better left unanswered!
  • With appearances from Ninjak, Eternal Warrior, Rai, and more, no fan can miss this essential piece of Valiant history! Collecting Bloodshot (1994)
    #1-8, and featuring an all-new, never-before-seen story by the original creative team of Kevin VanHook and Don Perlin!

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780979640933
Publisher:
Valiant Entertainment, LLC
Publication date:
10/24/2012
Pages:
200
Sales rank:
908,240
Product dimensions:
7.00(w) x 10.40(h) x 0.80(d)

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Valiant Masters: Bloodshot, Volume 1: Blood of the Machine 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
cjv13 More than 1 year ago
I will be honest - Bloodshot was never one of my favorite Valiant titles. I liked some of the issues, and could go without the others. Reprinting these is a great way to see Valiant of old, so the current Valiant can also reflect on what has been, in addition to the great comics they are putting out now. Bloodshot is a good read - it isn't as action packed as the current incarnation (and the Valiant "house style" certainly doesn't highlight action and gore) but if you like a good story about a soldier who is uncertain about his past, who he is, and why he is a killing machine (literally imbued with nanites to help him out), then this master work edition has the right stuff for you.