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Review: Bloodshot: Reborn #4

Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Mico Suayan
Colorist: David Baron
Covers: Mico Suayan, Dave Johnson, Robert Gill, Pete Pantazis, Ryan Lee, Allen Passalaqua

Valiant Entertainment

Blighted by unexplained murders, happening in similar styles across a small part of America, The F.B.I. and Ray are in a race. One wants to stop the nanites from killing again, and the other wants to bring the killer in. But during this time, we see a certain gifted F.B.I agent has had a troubled past, and that Bloodsquirt and Kay may be more trouble that their worth.

Jeff Lemire finally brings Bloodshot over the hump, making him realize that there is something that he needs to do. People’s lives are at stake. The nanites have to be stopped, and there is only one way to do that. To bring them back into the fold.

Mico Suayan proves, yet once again, why he is the comics industries fastest up and coming superstar artist. His unique, specific style of using as close to photo realistic set pieces is just astounding. I truly do not think there is anything that I can say that hasn’t already been said.

With the dark overtones of this,book, David Baron has done a fantastic job of making sure that Mico’s work stands out against the background.

This was an awesome read, even “magical”. If Valiant keeps putting out boons like these, the big two need to stand up and pay attention

Rating: 5/5

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Review: Dead Drop #1

Writer: Ales Kot
Artist: Adam Gorham
Color Artist: Michael Spicer
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Design: Jared K. Fletcher
Cover Artists: Raul Allen, Adam Gorham, Tamra Bonvillain, Juan José Ryp, Pete Pantazis, Brian Level, Jordan Boyd

This was a refreshing story. We have a superhero story, an espionage story, and something ripped right out of HBO’S The wire. Probably one of the best chase scenes I have ever read. X-O finally starts to blend with the new world, and everyone might die. I’m in!

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