4001 Ad Bloodshot #1 Cvr A Lee
(W) Jeff Lemire (A) Doug Braithwaite (CA) Ryan Lee. Once upon a time...in the year 4001 A.D... Centuries ago* Bloodshot was the man called Ray Garrison...but* in the year 4001 A.D.* Ray Garrison is no more. But the nanites that once thrived inside him endure still. With their master long since gone* the microscopic machines that once drove Bloodshot through every firefight* healed every wound* and calculated every outcome have one final directive left to execute...but what could they possibly want? And how will the forces of the future react when the infamous machine-man called Bloodshot returns to fight another day? The future starts now as New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire (BLOODSHOT REBORN) and superstar artist Doug Braithwaite (ARMOR HUNTERS) bring Bloodshot barreling into the 41st century of the Valiant Universe with an all-new* standalone tale at the epicenter of 4001 A.D.!
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