SEVEN SOLDIERS: BULLETEER (2005) #1 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Seven Soldiers: Bulleteer #1
Premiere and origin issue. Story by Grant Morrison and art by Yanick Paquette and Michael Bair. "Ballistic: How the Bulleteer Began." Lance Harrower had everything any man could want: a young, loving, level-headed wife with a killer body. But for him, it was not enough. Obsessed with the idea of immortality and invulnerability, Lance works day and night to perfect a metallic substance capable of coating and preserving organic material. He succeeds in enveloping a mouse with super-strength and an armored body. But Lance wants more.

Lance becomes convinced that he and Alix could become super-heroes if they could metal up. But when he tries and fails to convince his wife to submit to the experiment, Lance tries it on himself with tragic results. When she rushes to try to help him, Alix becomes coated in the alloy and finds she can break through brick walls! She never wanted this power, but now that she has it, how will the Bulleteer handle the responsibility? While Morrison is a master wordsmith and plotter, Paquette and Bair are masters of drawing beautiful, sexy heroic women!

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: SEVEN SOLDIERS: BULLETEER (2005)
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