Bloodshot Font

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What font is used in the Bloodshot logo?

“Albireo Extra Condensed Medium” is the font used in the Bloodshot logo. This font is designed by Lance Hidy and published by Adobe. This font can be purchased from the following link.

If you do not want to buy this font, we have also provided a free and alternative font that is very similar to the original font.

This font is “Steelfish” designed by Typodermic Fonts. You can use this font in your personal and commercial projects. Download and enjoy this font from the link below.

The Bloodshot logo font with the uppercase letters and the letter ‘O’, which remains where the bullets are left, has become one of the most distinctive fonts. This is a font used for many purposes. You can use it in sci-fi movies, shooting or fliers of classes. Also, despite the high font size, it is well-positioned in many cross-border ads that require a long font.

About Bloodshot

“Bloodshot” is the latest comic book adaptation in cinema. Interestingly enough, this superhero character is neither owned by Marvel nor DC, but by another publication called Valiant Comics and has entered the cinema to compete with other superheroes.

Producing of The movie “Bloodshot” was released in 2012. But the problems of screenwriting and project investment delayed production for many years. In 2017, with more serious pre-production of “Bladeshat”, it was announced that Jordi Leto was chosen as the lead role in the film. But a year later, the creators talked about replacing Wayne Diesel.

The story is about a soldier named Ray Garrison (Wayne Diesel) who is kidnapped and executed by a man named Martin after a mission to free the hostages in Kenya. After this, Ray returns to life mysteriously from death and finds a doctor named Emile Harting (Guy Pearce) using micro-biotechnology to bring him back to life with human abilities.

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