Savage is an outstanding mini-series that captures the most primal instincts and savagery of humanity in conflict with nature, mankind, and itself
Less would have been more for the title, and while peppered with interesting plot concepts and ideas, over-saturation led to confusing plot lines and objectives
There is absolutely zero reason not to be reading Valiant Entertainment’s Savage
“The appearance of a single great genius is more than equivalent to the birth of a hundred mediocrities…” ― Cesare Lombroso The modern Valiant Universe (since 2012) is constantly evolving and expanding. Month after month, each new issue released has the potential to reveal a new character; often that will not appear again until later ..
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
An entertaining, well crafted story filled with compelling characters and a promising future
By Robert Venditti, Robert Gill, and Mike Spicer “A happy family is but an earlier heaven.” ― George Bernard Shaw Valiant Entertainment’s Wrath of the Eternal Warrior #14 is the final issue of an unexpectedly fantastic series which followed directly after the events of 2015’s Book of Death (written by Robert Venditti and featuring artwork by Robert Gill). While Book of ..
A&A: The Adventures of Archer and Armstrong #10 is a mix of what is right, and what is not
A visually stunning ass-kicking ninja bloodbath written in silence