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Review: Ninjak #2

Story: Matt Kindt
Art: Clay Mann (pencils-main), Seth Mann (inks-main), Butch Guice (art-backup), Ulises Arreola (colours)

At last! The madcap Brit Ninja(k) returns to kick some more ass and never even contemplate chewing bubble-gum! With the stage set in the last issue, we’re all set for the action to start ramping up as his undercover mission gets underway and we find out more about how he started out on the road to becoming the Ninjak that we know today. Continue reading Review: Ninjak #2

Review: Ninjak #2

Writer: Matt Kindt
Pencils: Clay Mann
Inks: Seth Mann
Colors: Ulises Arreola
Letters: Dave Sharpe
Storybook Sequences: Raul Allen
Cover Artists: Lewis LaRosa, David Baron, Dave Johnson, Pia Guerra, Raul Allen, Das Pastoras

Valiant Entertainment

“Book 2”

It seems Valiant has their own Bat..hmph ahh. No not even close. Better than that other guy. Ninjak has surpassed him as my favorite brooding, lethal badass. He has literally covered all the angles of this op. Almost…

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Review: Divinity #3

Writer: Matt Kindt
Penciler: Trevor Hairsine
Inks: Ryan Winn
Colorist: David Baron
Letterer: Dave Lanphear
Cover Artists: Jelena Kevic Djurdjevic, Tom Muller, Robert Gill, Hi-Fi Colour Design, Lewis LaRosa, Brian Reber

Valiant Entertainment

Finally! Some answers! But also…more questions. And sadness, and elation. So many emotions in this issue, I myself can’t describe everything I’m feeling. As a father myself, I couldn’t have done what Abram was asked to do for his country, but totally know what it feels like knowing you have a chance to make a difference in your childs life. Also, once again…Ninjak is a badass.

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Review: Unity #17

Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artists: Lewis LaRosa, Brian Reber, Clayton Henry, Moose Baumann, Juan Jose Ryp, Hi-Fi Colour Design

Valiant Entertainment

I guess there is meaning to the saying “You can’t always go home”. Livewire is living this statement as she is back out on her own in the world. There’s also meaning to the saying “Absence makes the heart grow fonder”, and she also feels that her life is now empty when she has no “missions” to perform. Continue reading Review: Unity #17

Valiant’s DIVINITY #1 Gets a Fourth Printing this May

Valiant Comics announces that the first issue of DIVINITY will get a fourth printing, while the issue #2 goes to a second printing.

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Review: Rai #8

Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Clayton Crain
Letterer: Dave Lanphear
Cover Artist: Clayton Crain, David Mack, Bart Sears, John Rauch

Valiant Entertainment

Now it all becomes clearer now. We are starting to see Rai’s place in the Valiant Universe. Why the Earth is so barren. All told from a historic point of view. And btw…did I see some bionosaurs? Continue reading Review: Rai #8

Preview: RAI #8


Variant Cover by BART SEARS

APRIL 8, 2015
32 pgs. | T+

“The Battle for New Japan” erupts into all-out war!

Rai has raised an army of former enemies and reluctant allies all in the name of one thing – freedom! It’s the final fight between Father and his prodigal son, except there is no coming back from this as the outcome could spell the end of not just New Japan, but all of Earth!

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Review: The Valiant #4

The Valiant: #4 (of 4) (Valiant Next)

Writers: Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt
Artists: Paolo Rivera, Joe Rivera
Letterer: Dave Lanphear
Cover Artists: Paolo Rivera, Jeff Lemire, Matt Kindt, Francisco Francavilla

We have now finally reached the conclusion to what was reported to be the game changer for Valiant. and they were… correct! Gilad, Bloodshot, and the entire Valiant universe of heroes were on hand for this event. The action was intense, the ending… shocking. Right in the feels, man, right in the feels.

See our full preview here!

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