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REVIEW: 'Home Sick Pilots' #2 by Dan Watters, Caspar Wijngaard, and Aditya Bidikar

The Old James House has lost its ghosts. With her new powers, it's up to Ami to bring them back...whether they want to come home or not. Even when they're really big ghosts wrapped in metal, with lots of sharp edges and things. HOME SICK PILOTS #2 Writer: Dan Watters Artist: Caspar Wijngaard Letterer: Aditya Bidikar  Designer: Tom Muller Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: January 13, 2021 Cover Price: $3.99 Score:  ★★★☆☆ (3/5) A powered-up ghostified Ami has been compelled to find the ghosts of The Old James House in the form of an enchanted horseshoe. Its current bearer isn't going to give it up so easily. Meanwhile, Ami's friends Buzz and Rip are left looking for answers about her whereabouts back at the house. The second issue of Home Sick Pilots from Dan Watters and Caspar Wijngaard takes a surprising turn as it defies the expectations of a haunted house story established in its debut. Issue one was a stellar debut that had a lot of energy from its young protago

'The Long Shot' Arc Begins in BLOODSHOT #4 This December

BLOODSHOT #4 unleashes Valiant's supersoldier on a brand-new mission this December!

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It's bullets vs. claws in the first chapter of "The Long Shot," a gripping new story starring the nanite-infused hero. Trapped in a bullet train, Bloodshot and his new allies, the Burned, square off against fearsome creatures in BLOODSHOT #4, an action-packed issue that serves as the perfect jumping on point before Vin Diesel makes his big screen debut as Bloodshot next year! The can't-miss issue is crafted by best-selling writer TIM SEELEY, iconic artist BRETT BOOTH, inker ADELSO CORONA, colorist ANDREW DALHOUSE, and letterer DAVE SHARPE. 

Check out a preview of BLOODSHOT #4's mayhem below!

(Art by Brett Booth, Adelso Corona, and Andrew Dalhouse)

BLOODSHOT #4 goes on sale December 18th, 2019, and features covers by Declan Shalvey, Mike McKone, Marc Laming, and a preorder cover by Simon Bisley.













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