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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: 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