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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

First Look: BOOK OF DEATH #1 – The Future Stands Revealed in the Epic Valiant Event of Summer 2015

So let it be written… So let it be done… On July 15th, the next two thousand years of history collide with the most powerful heroes of today in the must-read event of the summer!

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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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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

Review: Unity #16

Valiant Entertainment
Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Brian Reber
Letterer: Dave Sharpe
Cover Artists: Glen Fabry, Adam Brown, Juan Jose Ryp, Hi-Fi, Antonio Fuso

What are the best single issue characterizations I have ever read? Gilad is a man of few words, but has much to say. A nomad. A drifter. A warrior.

Matt Kindt has delivered unto us readers a page out of Gilad’s life story. A glimpse of forgotten history told through the eyes of a wanderer. This is storytelling. A tale told from the roots of the character.

The art team of Pere Perez and Brian Reber show us the story in perfect detail. from the sparsely worded panels to the wide time lapsing panels, each showing us just how alone our warrior is.

The cover art does a great job of drawing the readers in by showing a battle scene (in fantastic detail) without giving away any of the story inside. This is probably the best single issue of garage character development. I was just floored by the fact that no matter how many friends he has, ultimately, he is eternally alone.

Rating: 5/5

Review: Unity #15

UNITY_015_COVER-B_FRISONPublisher: Valiant Entertainment
Writer: Matt Kindt
Artist: Pere Perez
Colorist: Brian Reber
Cover art: Raul Allen, Jenny Frison, ChrisCross, Guy Major
3 Harvey nominations including Best Single Issue
The team is in pieces after their last outing against The United, leaving on member, Ninjak, contemplating his life, and his place on the team. Continue reading Review: Unity #15

All Valiant Comics Previews for February 18th 2015

Valiant Next is still going strong for 2015 as Valiant Comics continues 3 series this week. The Valiant hits ish #3 of 4, and things are really heating up. The follow up to the amazing debut of Ivar, Timewalker is here , as well, and I’m not sure how the book could possibly keep the pacing of the first issue, but I so hope it does. Finally, Unity #15 marks the beginning of a brand new story arc! Full previews below. Continue reading All Valiant Comics Previews for February 18th 2015

Preview: Unity #15

First Look: Matt Kindt & Pere Perez Ready for War on the “HOMEFRONT” in UNITY #15 – Coming in February!

Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of UNITY #15 – the FIRST ISSUE of “HOMEFRONT”, an an all-new jumping-on point from New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (THE VALIANT, RAI) and Harvey Award-nominated artist Pere Perez (ARCHER & ARMSTRONG)! The riveting new story arc starts here on February 18th as Valiant superstars Kindt and Perez lead the world’s most elite superteam into a concussive showdown that will leave its members reeling…and rebuild Unity one hero at a time!


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