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First Look: Lemire, LaRosa & Suayan Open “THE BOOK OF REVENGE” in BLOODSHOT SALVATION #3

Valiant presents the first lettered look inside BLOODSHOT SALVATION #3 – the next harrowing chapter of the BLOCKBUSTER ONGOING SERIES from New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire (THE VALIANT, Black Hammer) and extraordinary artists Lewis LaRosa (BLOODSHOT REBORN) and Mico Suayan (BLOODSHOT REBORN)! On November 15th, “THE BOOK OF REVENGE” continues as Ray Garrison confronts a deranged zealot connected to his own family’s dark past…even as his wife and daughter find themselves hunt by the brutal powerhouse called Rampage!


In the footsteps of X-O MANOWAR and SECRET WEAPONS, the next sold-out series from Valiant's ICONS initiative brings down the hammer this fall with an action-packed and unrelenting new chapter for Valiant's machine-made soldier!

BLOODSHOT SALVATION #3 – Interior Art by Mico Suayan with Brian Reber


Now: When Magic’s estranged family of sadistic cultists come to take her back home, Ray Garrison is forced to succumb to the rage within and protect his family against those who would do them harm. But as Magic’s bizarre relatives reveal their true intentions – including those of the demented leader called “Daddy” – the man once known as Bloodshot will quickly discover that the path to revenge is one filled with dire and deadly consequences…


Soon: Years from today – in a world gone wrong where Bloodshot long ago went M.I.A. – can Magic and Jessie navigate the agents of OMEN that now pursue them across the heartland? And just when their darkest hour arrives, a familiar face is about to appear with a helping hand…and a message from beyond the grave!


On November 15th, master storytellers Jeff Lemire, Lewis LaRosa, and Mico Suayan barrel forward with the next must-read chapter in Valiant’s punishing crusade of violence, villains, and vengeance as “THE BOOK OF REVENGE” continues, only in BLOODSHOT SALVATION #3 – featuring covers by Kenneth Rocafort (The Ultimates), Monika Palosz (X-O MANOWAR), Jay Anacleto (Marvels: Eye of the Camera), Greg Smallwood (Moon Knight), and comics legend Neal Adams (Batman)!


But first: Bloodshot’s most brutal mission yet charges forward in BLOODSHOT SALVATION #2! On October 25th, Jeff Lemire, Lewis LaRosa and Mico Suayan wrench Ray Garrison back into the destructive ways he left behind for a soul-shattering mission to save his wife and daughter from a gallery of terrifying new threats…



Then: In the wake of BLOODSHOT SALVATION's sold-out debut, Valiant ICONS continues throughout the winter with two all-new, explosive monthly series from the premier creative talents in comics today: NINJA-K #1 by renowned writer Christos Gage (Netflix's Daredevil) and superstar artist Tomás Giorello (X-O MANOWAR), on sale November 15th; and QUANTUM AND WOODY! (2017) #1 by rising star Daniel Kibblesmith (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) and eye-popping artist Kano (Daredevil)! 


BLOODSHOT SALVATION #1 SECOND PRINTING
Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Art by LEWIS LAROSA and MICO SUAYAN
Cover by KENNETH ROCAFORT (AUG178834)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On Sale NOVEMBER 8th (FOC – 10/16/17)

BLOODSHOT SALVATION #2
Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Art by LEWIS LAROSA and MICO SUAYAN
Cover A (Standard) by KENNETH ROCAFORT (AUG172109)
Cover B (Villains) by MONIKA PALOSZ (AUG172110)
Cover C (Battle Damaged) by PHILIP TAN (AUG172111)
Interlocking Variant by GREG SMALLWOOD (AUG172113)
Bloodshot Icon Variant by GLENN FABRY (AUG172114)
Blank Cover Also Available (AUG172112)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | VALIANT PREMIUM | On Sale OCTOBER 25th (FOC – 10/2/17)

BLOODSHOT SALVATION #3
Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Art by LEWIS LAROSA and MICO SUAYAN
Cover A (Standard) by KENNETH ROCAFORT (SEP172025)
Cover B (Villains) by MONIKA PALOSZ (SEP172026)
Cover C (Battle Damaged) by JAY ANACLETO (SEP172027)
Interlocking Variant by GREG SMALLWOOD (SEP172028)
Bloodshot Icon Variant by NEAL ADAMS (SEP172029)
$3.99 | 32 pgs | T+ | VALIANT PREMIUM | On Sale NOVEMBER 15th (FOC – 10/23/17)



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