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On page #1 a female character walks by a store that has the "Accliam Comics Valiant Heroes" logo on its window.
On page #1 the mobsters walk out of a movie theater playing "Vertigo" - a movie about a woman who thinks she is the reincarnation of her previous life. Bloodshot is similarly 'reincarnated'.
On page #1 a man wears a cap that sports the "Accliam Comics Valiant Heroes" logo.
On page #5 Bloodshot is likened to the Terminator. Both are robotic in nature. The Terminator has a robotic endoskeleton while Bloodshot has nanites (microscopic robots) in his blood
on page #24 Bloodshot stands in front of a mirror in a cheap motel bathroom to fix his wounds. This is very similar to a scene in Terminator 1.
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