Ray Garrison’s journey of self-discovery continues in this week’s Bloodshot Reborn #3!

Amy’s take

My pick for book of the week. Gorgeous visuals and an intriguing story make this book a winner. More is revealed about the status of the free nanites. Bloodshot/Ray struggles with the weight of his baggage and his hesitation to confront certain truths. Agent Festival continues to be a bit of an enigma, and I look forward to learning whether she is merely highly intuitive or something more. This story is the right balance of intrigue and action, making it a classic thriller. Looking forward to reading more.

Don’s take

This is my favorite issue so far in this series. I was a little concerned with this Bloodsquirt stuff, but the storytelling for this issue by Jeff Lemire has won me over. This has so many different layers and such a complex but enjoyable ride. Bloodshot & Ray Garrison – the same, but yet 2 different people. Reborn? Oh yeah!

Martin’s take

You know when you’ve come upon a talented writer when he (or she) makes you care about a character so quickly, and Jeff Lemire has not only helped me to care about Bloodshot in just a couple of issues, but has made brand new supporting characters like Bloodsquirt and Agent Festival interesting and multidimensional just as quickly. Bloodshot Reborn #3 continues Ray Garrison’s (Bloodshot) journey into self discovery with some deeply psychological moments, great action, gripping suspense and beautiful visuals courtesy of Mico Suayan. Bloodshot Reborn is a book you should be reading not just as a Valiant fan, but as a fan of comics in general.

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About The Author Martin Ferretti

Martin Ferretti is an avid comic book reader, Hearthstone player, IT professional, father, and all around geek. His fascination with Valiant Comics may be bordering on the insane, but hey, it keeps him happy.