Things are heating up already for the arrival of Bloodshot Salvation #1 in September, with the pre-order bundle available for ordering starting in July, teasers going out that reveal different aspects of the comic, and now, a three page gatefold in July’s issue of Previews.
Here’s a look at the two most recent teasers Valiant have been releasing for Bloodshot Salvation introducing Magic, and now The Scarred Man:
And here’s a look at the giant fold-out for Bloodshot Salvation in this month’s Previews:
Bloodshot Salvation is going to be arriving on September 20th, and the gatefold display that’s found in the July 2017 Previews catalog (#346) is similar to the one that launched X-O Manowar last winter, giving retailers and fans plenty of information about the first issue of the next series in Valiant’s ICONS sequence.
Written by Jeff Lemire (The Valiant, Moon Knight, Royal City) with art by both Lewis LaRosa (Bloodshot Reborn) and Mico Suayan (Bloodshot Reborn), Bloodshot Reborn can also be pre-ordered using a special form included in the gatefold, but also available below.
Here’s the official description of the series:
Now: In the arms of his beloved girlfriend Magic, Bloodshot has finally found hope for the future…in the form of the couple’s unborn child. But when Magic’s estranged family – a cruel and sadistic clan of homegrown criminals – re-emerge to lay claim to their lost daughter, Bloodshot will be pushed back to the brink of madness, mayhem, and warfare…
His sacrifice will be her salvation.
Soon: Eight years from today, Bloodshot’s daughter has inherited her father’s incredible abilities. Hunted by a high-tech kill squad called Omen, Jessie must hone her powers…and learn how to survive before the world is swallowed whole by the darkness that now pervades America…
And here’s that pre-order bundle form:
You can also check out a massive interview that Comicon.com did with Valiant about all things Bloodshot Salvation right here.
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