By Fred Van Lente, Cary Nord, Clayton Henry, Mark Morales, and Brian Reber. “A verbal agreement was settled between us. To meet that man at that place, should I be alive, and before that New Year little time now remains; And I would face that man, if God would allow me, more gladly, by God’s son, ..
Savage is an outstanding mini-series that captures the most primal instincts and savagery of humanity in conflict with nature, mankind, and itself
Bloodshot U.S.A. #4 is an exciting, satisfying end to a miniseries that has added complexity to the cast of characters and the world they inhabit
There is absolutely zero reason not to be reading Valiant Entertainment’s Savage
Written by JEFF LEMIRE Art by DOUG BRAITHWAITE, BRIAN REBER Cover A by DOUG BRAITHWAITE (OCT161973) Cover B by CLAYTON HENRY (OCT161974) Cover C by DAVE JOHNSON (OCT161975) Variant Cover by ADAM POLLINA (OCT161976) Variant Cover by MICO SUAYAN (OCT161977) Liberty and judgment for all! A weaponized virus has turned New York into a war ..
Written by B. CLAY MOORE Art by CLAYTON HENRY, LEWIS LAROSA, BRIAN REBER Cover A by LEWIS LAROSA (NOV161943) Cover B by JARED FLETCHER (NOV161944) Character Design Variant by LEWIS LAROSA (NOV161945) Variant Cover by FELIPE MASSAFERA (NOV161946) B&W Sketch Variant by LEWIS LAROSA (NOV161947) Learning to claw! On a mysterious island seemingly untouched by ..
Harbinger Renegade #3 is the strongest offering yet from this new title. The setups of the earlier two is starting to pay off for readers
Savage is a visually brilliant spectacle of the beauty and savage reality that exists in this story. Both a magical wonder and violent bloodbath, Savage is the escape from reality you have been searching for
If you are looking for a well-crafted, multi-layered story with quality artwork depicting ninjas, zombies, and giant robots fighting in New York with a backdrop of impending romantic doom, well, you need to be reading Bloodshot U.S.A
One of the most thrilling offerings on the shelf…add in its character depth and excellent artwork, and you’ve got a sure-fire hit