Source: Press Release
Last week's Harbinger Wars #1 kicked off the biggest crossover event in the history of Valiant Comics. So how do you follow that up? With Harbinger Wars #2.
In this issue, we get to see Bloodshot, who has taken it upon himself to protect a group of adorable moppets with the power to potentially blow up the world, face off with Harbinger antagonist Toyo Harada, who's no slouch himself. Somewhere along the line, Bloodshot gets his face blown off. Ouch.
Check out the unlettered preview (also, a bunch of covers) below:
Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Harbinger Wars #2 (of 4) – the second issue of the uncompromising crossover event by Joshua Dysart, Duane Swierczynski, and Clayton Henry. After decades of secret conflict, Toyo Harada has managed in one fell swoop to cripple Project Rising Spirit through the masterful manipulation of key players in the Valiant Universe. But there's one failsafe that not even he could ever have anticipated… Initiate the Harada Protocol!
For more information on Bloodshot, Harbinger and the rest of the Valiant Universe, visit Valiant onFacebook, on Twitter, or at ValiantUniverse.com.
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