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BLOODSHOT #1 Carbon Fiber Finish Variant Cover – First Look

The Carbon Fiber Finish variant for Valiant Entertainment’s upcoming Bloodshot series is now out for preview and is looking sliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiick. Designed by Valiant’s Director of Design & Production Travis Escarfullery, and featuring artwork from Jonboy Meyers, this variant is definitely kicking the new series off with a bang. For fans wanting to pick up a copy of this unique artwork, check with your local comic shop by Monday, September 2nd. Check out additional images of the carbon fiber finish below.

Series synopsis
Bloodshot is a nanite-fueled supersoldier forever at war. What happens to the world when he starts picking his own battles? Will this one-man army be able to end the fighting… or just leave more destruction in his wake? Bloodshot’s missions have made waves, as now the shadowy BLACK BAR has their sights set on him… but what do they have planned for this unkillable hero?

BLOODSHOT #1
Written by TIM SEELEY
Art by BRETT BOOTH
Cover A by DECLAN SHALVEY
Cover B by DAVE JOHNSON
Cover C by HANNAH TEMPLER
Cover D B/W/R Variant Cover by JONBOY MEYERS
Carbon Fiber Finish Variant Cover by JONBOY MEYERS
Pre-Order Edition Cover by TIM SALE
Blank Cover Also Available

$3.99 | 32 pages | T+ | On Sale SEPTEMBER 25th

Images courtesy of Valiant Entertainment

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Kori is an entertainment writer and Managing Editor at the Fandomentals. In her spare time, she is a Buckaroo Banzai enthusiast, lover of Eurovision, and Yanni devotee.

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