Comic Book Review: Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps #15


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Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps #15
Writer: Christos Gage and Joshua Dysart
Artists: Emanuela Lupacchino and Guillermo Ortega
Publisher: Valiant
Publication Date: October 16, 2013

Everyone will come across a time in their life where they’ll need help. Even nano-enchanced mercenaries like Bloodshot. Enter the H.A.R.D. Corps, the paramilitary group whose mission it is to save Bloodshot from Toyo Harada and his Harbinger Foundation. Harada is still trying to extract the nanites that give Bloodshot his super enhanced powers.

Every time I open a Bloodshot issue I feel like each book ups the ante. Joshua Dysart always pens the story that goes through everything that happens within and around the Valiant Universe. The outcome of Harbinger Wars plays directly into it and shows in this issue. The emotion that shows from Bloodshot is great because he resonates the person he once was.

The illustration from Lupacchino and Reber is intense! The panels in this book are filled with raw action, wonderfully done and in your face. From the battle between the H.A.R.D. Corps and Harada to the brief fight with Bloodshot and Palmer. Just a great issue over all and what happens at the end of the issue with the decision Bloodshot and Palmer take is fantastic. Readers of Bloodshot will definitely be entertained with the robust writing and gratifying artwork! Pick this up cause you don’t want to miss any of Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps. The continuation of this book is sure to be a hit just like this issue!

I’m giving Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps #15, 3.5 out of 5 Nerdskulls!

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