Let’s jump back to pages two and three of Bloodshot 25, written by the legendary Peter Milligan. They were written as a double page title spread meant to introduce our hero in action. I’m paraphrasing, but the script for the large, main panel reads, “Bloodshot in the middle of a firestorm in Aleppo, Syria. Bombs explode around him. A number of dead fighters and ruined hardware at his feet.” I went with a full body shot, making sure his trademark red chest circle was clearly visible, with his military armament and ability to take punishment (he’s getting shot in the shoulder). I chose a low angle (horizon line around his knees) to make him imposing and larger than life. He’s charging and firing as if he’s about to trample the reader and leap off the page. Tilting the camera makes it dynamic and enhances the frenetic feel of the scene.