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Review: Dead Drop #2

Story: Ales Kot
Art: Adam Gorham (art), Michael Spicer (colours)

“An alien virus that has ravaged planets throughout the galaxy has arrived on Earth and landed in the black market.”

That’s the basic premise, except you add in that all this was BEFORE it was stolen by a teenaged girl who is on the run (and seems to know more than the people after her, or us…) and somehow connected to a group of other young-folk who are using dead-drops (espionage trick of moving intel, etc – look it up!) to move it around. Except that now the authorities are on to them and under coordination by Neville Alcot, first XO-Manowar (last ish!) was set in pursuit of this brash young woman.

This is what happens next. With Archer. The new hero brought in to chase down said tough-cookie teenager.

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Valiant Entertainment Names Gavin Cuneo as Chief Operating Officer

Award-winning comic book publisher Valiant Entertainment today named Gavin Cuneo to the role of Chief Operating Officer (COO). A founding member of the Valiant Entertainment management team, Cuneo joined the company as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Head of Strategic Development, as well as a member of the Board of Directors, in 2011.

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Review: Bloodshot Reborn #1

Writer: Jeff Lemire
Artist: Mico Suayan
Colors: David Baron
Lettering: Dave Lanphear
Covers: Juan Doe, Mico Suayan, Dave Johnson, Lewis LaRosa, Tom Muller, Jeff Lemire, Butch Guice

Valiant Entertainment

From the ashes of The Valiant comes a story of one man’s personal journey to both try to come to terms, and try to forget, his past. But it is hard to do when you have been a direct part of recent history. Bloodshot has done alot of bad things in the past, but one person was able see past all what he’s done to see the good person beneath the nanites. But, even he, with all his experience and new abilities, was not enough to save her from death. Or was he? Continue reading Review: Bloodshot Reborn #1

More Details About Valiant’s Movie News

DMG and Valiant to Bring Largest Independent Superhero Universe to Movie Theaters Worldwide
The Nine-Figure Deal Establishes an Unprecedented Partnership for Feature Film Financing, Distribution and Licensing in China and Beyond
Valiant Entertainment – the award-winning comic book publisher with a library of more than 2,000 characters, including X-O Manowar, Bloodshot, Harbinger, Shadowman, Archer & Armstrong, and more – and DMG Entertainment, the Beijing-based leader in global entertainment, today announced a new partnership to span motion pictures, television, publishing, and licensing that will culminate in the big screen debut of Valiant’s universe of characters in theaters around the world. Continue reading More Details About Valiant’s Movie News

Valiant To Make Films Based On Their Comic Book Properties

As reported on NYTimes.com, Valiant Comics has announced that they will begin to make feature films based on their wide array of comic book properties

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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

Review: Quantum And Woody Must Die! #1

Review: Quantum And Woody Must Die! #1

Written by James Asmus

Art by Steve Lieber and Dave McCaig

As of late, Valiant has made it a practice to take their already established characters and put them in short four or five issue mini-series instead of giving them the full ongoing treatment. When it does pain me that I can’t read awesome books like Archer and Armstrong or Quantum and Woody every month, it does make sense from an editorial standpoint since this allows Valiant to shine the spotlight on more characters. This also means that when we do get a mini of our favorite already established character then you know that mini should have a story in it that is worth telling, and I’m pretty sure that Quantum and Woody Must Die! is one such story.

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Valiant Comics Hires Veterans to Sales Team

Valiant Bolsters Sales Team with Retail Veterans Andy Liegl and Matthew Klein

Valiant Entertainment is proud to announce the appointment of former comics retailers Andy Liegl and Matthew Klein as Sales Managers. Both Liegl and Klein will join fellow Sales Manager Atom! Freeman, Publishing & Operations Manager Peter Stern, Director of Marketing, Communications & Digital Media Hunter Gorinson, and Publisher Fred Pierce as key members of Valiant’s integrated sales and marketing team, and will be tasked with oversight of Valiant’s retailer relations and live events around the world.

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Valiant Comics Now on ComicsFix

Valiant Brings X-O Manowar, Archer & Armstrong, Bloodshot, Harbinger, and More to the ComicsFix Digital Comics Platform!

COMICSFIX_VALIANT_screenshot_001ComicsFix – the subscription-based digital comics service available on iPad, iPhone, Android devices and online – is proud to announce a new partnership with award-winning comic book publisher Valiant Entertainment to bring select Valiant titles to ComicsFix’s digital comics library. Effective today, comic book fans can join ComicsFix’s monthly subscription plan for access to select series including X-O Manowar, Archer & Armstrong, Harbinger, and more of Valiant’s critically acclaimed superhero titles.

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