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By Adam Chrimes and Francisco Hnilo
Variant Covers by Brad Hauter and Chris Heath

Sixty years after the genesis of Project Chrysalis, thousands of Meta-human combatants are leaving their deadly footprints across the Globe. Enter; Ares and Ultra, super powered agents in the employ of her majesty’s government. When a terrorist threat strikes the heart of London, can these two deadly Demi-Gods hope to be deployed in time? And just how far has the dream of the superman fallen in these grey times?

Click here for an Interview with Bloodworks creators, Adam Chrimes and Francisco Hnilo

Click here for a quick behind-the-scene creative process by Francisco Hnilo

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0 #5 Francisco Hnilo 2013-03-17 06:44
Quoting Amran:
Guys, this is really a fantastic job. The art looks really good, especially the last 5 pages or so. Obviously, it is not complete, so when will the next pages be coming out?

As you might have already noticed, Bloodworks has been put on hold for quite some time. I'd say the last page was drawn around... IDK, 4 to 5 years ago. Partly because I couldnt spare time for drawing it, and partly because my skills as an artist weren't up to what the script asked from me back then.

In the meantime, this eyar, I have been drawing a new comicbook, which will soon be showcased in this vr same site, named "The Warrior Within". Hopefully after that, and now with far more experience s an artist, I will continue drawing Bloodworks, which is possibly one of the most interesting projects I've been a part of.
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+1 #4 Adam chrimes 2011-07-18 10:55
Glad you liked it guys. As a rule of thumb, anything fran puts out is awesome, so you won't be disappointed.
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0 #3 kacangpool 2011-06-20 09:27
Quoting Amran:
Guys, this is really a fantastic job. The art looks really good, especially the last 5 pages or so. Obviously, it is not complete, so when will the next pages be coming out?

amran, adam (the author) has replied to the same question you posted in the bloodworks interview article a while back. :-) far as i know, francisco (the artist) will continue work on subsequent pages mid july onwards.
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0 #2 Gladiator 2011-06-20 08:12
I am not into superhero comics but this looks interesting. It's too soon to say if it's good or not. just not enough pages out for me to rate this title. The art looks great though.
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0 #1 Amran 2011-06-19 09:43
Guys, this is really a fantastic job. The art looks really good, especially the last 5 pages or so. Obviously, it is not complete, so when will the next pages be coming out?
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