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Review: Unity #20

A lot of things have come to light in this issue. The War-Monger is a @$$! Causing wars and stuff! I believe we have found our “Savage”. She, in my opinion, the female version of Harada. She’s been everywhere but nowhere. Within these last few issues, she’s become one of my favorite bad guys in comics.

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Review: Imperium #6

Writer: Joshua Dysart
Artist: Scot Eaton
Inker: Wayne Faucher
Colorist: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Covers: Scot Eaton, Livesay, Paul Mounts, Cafu, David Baron, Kano

Valiant Entertainment

Broken Angels 2: Go Down Fighting

It’s all hands on deck, leviathan is under attack! P.R.S. doesn’t know what to do as they are being attacked on multiple fronts. Harada, being as presumptuous as he is, underestimated P.R.S. Not many things catch Harada off guard, P.R.S. was one of them, the other…well…you’ll have to pick up the book.

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Review: X-O Manowar #38

Writer: Robert Venditti
Artist: Rafa Sandoval
Inker: Jordi Tarragona
Colors: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Covers: Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, Ulises Arreola, Cary Nord, Cafu, Brian Reber, Jay Fabare, Tom Fowler

Valiant Entertainment proudly presents…

The wedding of…X-O Manowar

This issue…was a heartfelt closure in more ways than one. This would be a great jumping on issue for the new readers. It closed a chapter in Aric’s life, but opened another for the both of them. There are, however, seeds of dissent that will come to light in the near future.

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Review: Ivar, Timewalker #6

Writer: Fred Van Lente
Artist: Francis Portela
Color Art: Andrew Dalhouse
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Covers: Raul Allen, Rafa Sandoval, Ulises Arreola, Robert Gill, Omi Remalante

“Bros”

Every year I go to my families family reunion. I go knowing that I’m probably gonna run into those of the family that I’d rather not. That and the usual sibling / cousin shenanigans ensue. So, with this in mind, I can see why the Anni-Padda brothers prefer to live separate lives. Now, put the all in a confined space, IN space, only hilarity can ensue.

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Review: X-O Manowar: Valiant 25th Anniversary Special #1

Writer: Robert Venditti
Artist: Cafu
Color Art: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Art: Cary Nord, Cafu

Valiant Entertainment

“Who was Shanhara?”

Shanhara is now my favorite Valiant heroine. The sacrifices that a father has to make in order to save his child. And his people. This story has been long in the making, and exceeds all expectations. Time means nothing to Shanhara. Love means everything to Shanhara.

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Review: Imperium #5

Writer: Joshua Dysart
Penciler: Scot Eaton
Inker: Livesay
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe

Valiant Entertainment

At long last the war of the psiots has begun. Trickery is afoot in the home base of P.R.S., and the Director knows this, but can’t figure out where it is. Harada finally feels the need to move things along in the stalemate with P.R.S. World purification isn’t going to happen itself.

Joshua Dysart continues his successful run with a new jumping on story arc. The writing was pretty slick as I was thrown for a loop, just like the director. Dysart proves to us, the reader, that Harada is the most evil, power driven villain in comics today.

The art team of Pere Perez, Brian Reber, and Scot Eaton did a fantastic job of keeping up with Joshua’s writing. The art of doing the same scenes, only from different angles! Brilliant! It’s tools like this is why Valiant stands alone in the creativity department.

Valiant seems that it has another hit arc on it’s hands. We’re seeing the beginnings of something that has been building up for over 2 years. I can’t wait to see how this ends up (more like to see how the future in issue #1 comes to be)! Overall this was a fantastic read. Definitely a great jumping on issue for any new readers.

Rating: 5 / 5

Review : Dead Drop #2

Writer: Ales Kot
Artist: Adam Gorham
Color Artist: Michael Spicer
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Design: Jared K. Fletcher
Cover Artists: Raul Allen, Adam Gorham, Tamra Bonvillain, Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, David Garcia Cruz

Valiant Entertainment

It’s Archers turn. If he actually knows what he’s doing. Sometimes being the good guy isn’t so cut and dry, and Archer, as naive as he is, is about to find that out. The chase takes an unexpected turn as Archer finds out, once again, that he is just a pawn again. But in this game of chess, it may be the world that loses this game.

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Review: Ninjak #3

Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Clay Mann
Inks: Seth Mann
Colors: Ulises Arreola
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Covers: Lewis LaRosa, Dave Johnson, Rafa Sandoval, Antonio Fuso, Brian Reber

Valiant Entertainment

Book 3

A fast paced, thrilling 30 minute action sequence contained in a single issue. Whooo! What a ride that was! A thrill ride literally from beginning to end. Action in comics as it was meant to be told!

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Review: Imperium #4

Writer: Joshua Dysart
Artist: Doug Braithwaite
Colors: Brian Reber, Ulises Arreola
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artists: Rafael Albuquerque, Kano, Rafa Sandoval, Cary Nord, Doug Braithwaite

“Angela”

Ok. There is just so much going on in this issue. So much blood…I could not put the issue down. What is the machine? Where is the real Angela? What does Harada have planned under these circumstances? Ugh! We have to wait another month?

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Review: Unity #18

Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Andrew Dalhouse
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artists: Pere Perez, David Baron, Philip Tan, Jordan Boyd, Rafa Sandoval, Jordi Tarragona, David Garcia Cruz, Joe Eisma, Allen Passalaqua

The team is as fit as there ever can be, and it is wearing them down. It takes them bringing in an unstable superpowered individual to show them, and others, that they need some rest.

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