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Divinty III: Stalinverse #1 – Matt Kindt & Trevor Hairsine Lead the Most Explosive Comics Event of 2017!

This winter, the Valiant Universe you once knew is no more… Only the Stalinverse remains!

Valiant has released a first look inside Divinity III: Stalinverse #1 – the FIRST ISSUE of Valiant’s all-new event-level epic from the seven-time Harvey Award-nominated creative team of writer Matt Kindt, artist Trevor Hairsine, inker Ryan Winn, and colorist David Baron!

On December 21st, the sold-out sci-fi saga that redefined the Valiant Universe begins a reality-shattering comics event that will collide the world’s most formidable heroes with a disturbing new vision… One where a worldwide Soviet empire now rules a world order… The Iron Curtain extends across continents, shattering governments and armies in its wake… And the communist global super-state rules not only with an iron fist, but with powers far beyond the comprehension of mortal men.

Earth has a new god. The world you know is gone. Welcome to the Stalinverse, comrade.

Then: the revolutionary upheaval continues on December 28th as New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire and comics superstar Clayton Crain present a blood-curdling examination of the Stalinverse’s ultimate state-sponsored assassin in Divinity III: Komandar Bloodshot #1 –  the first of four essential specials revealing the super-powered Soviet regime behind the winter’s most incendiary comics event!

He’s put down protests, led the purge of political undesirables, and executed dozens of traitors to the Soviet super-state. His name is KOMANDAR BLOODSHOT…and his existence is a hushed whisper among the terrified populace of the 21st century’s global Soviet Union. But just who is this unrelenting enforcer of state superiority… and what is the shocking truth about his power, his allegiances, and his true identity?

Featuring an iron-clad line of covers from Clayton Crain, Ryan Bodenheim, Greg Smallwood, Trevor Hairsine, and Kano!

Plus: The Staliverse’s subversive spread continues in Divinity III: Aric, Son of the Revolution #1! On January 18th, join acclaimed writer Joe Harris and Valiant-exclusive superstar David Lafuente as they reveal what happens when Valiant’s leading legend – the unstoppable X-O Manowar – becomes the supreme fighting force of the CCCP in the next must-read one-shot!

From bustling urban centers to the collective farms of the countryside, men, women, and children alike all idolize the same hero of the global Soviet republic: ARIC, SON OF THE REVOLUTION! Returned to Earth from the stars with the ultimate nuclear deterrent – the indestructible X-O Manowar armor – the champion of socialism has singlehandedly consolidated the state’s military and political superiority at home and abroad. But when a surprise attack from the Deadside shines an untoward light on the modern-day Soviet Union’s darkest secret, will Aric pursue his mission…or justice for the quiet dead of an empire’s oppression?

Featuring covers by Clayton Crain, Diego Bernard, CAFU, Trevor Hairsine, and Kano! Don’t miss the next riveting moment of the winter’s most mind-shattering comics event when Joe Harris and David Lafuente present an empire-breaking tale of sins, secrets, and tragedy for the global hero of the worldwide communist state!

Written by MATT KINDT
Cover B by TOM MULLER (OCT161949)
Variant Cover by JEFFREY VEREGGE (OCT161952)
Variant Cover by GREG SMALLWOOD (OCT161953)
Variant Cover by ADAM GORHAM (OCT161954)
Valiant Cat Cosplay Variant Also Available (OCT161951)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | VALIANT PRESTIGE | On Sale DECEMBER 21st (FOC – 11/28/16)

Written by JEFF LEMIRE
Cover A by CLAYTON CRAIN (OCT161955)
Cover B by RYAN BODENHEIM (OCT161956)
Character Design Variant by TREVOR HAIRSINE (OCT161958)
Variant Cover by KANO (OCT161959)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | ONE-SHOT | On sale DECEMBER 28th (FOC – 12/5/16)

Written by JOE HARRIS
Cover C by CAFU
Character Design Variant by TREVOR HAIRSINE
Variant Cover by KANO
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | ONE-SHOT | On sale JANUARY 18th (FOC – 12/26/16)


A Renegade Will Lead Them to Harbinger Wars 2

Valiant is leading up to their next big event, Harbinger Wars 2, with the “countdown” beginning on November 16th in Harbinger Renegade #1 by writer Rafer Roberts, artist Darick Robertson with Raul Allen and Juan Jose Ryp. If that comic wasn’t on your radar, it should be now!

Valiant has revealed the true scope and scale behind the series’ classified premise, as well as the rationale for the title’s top-secret name change with the introduction of Valiant’s next major adversary: Alexander Solomon, the titular “renegade” that will forever change the fate and ultimate future of Peter Stanchek, Faith “Zephyr” Herbert, and the rest of Valiant’s high-powered teenage superteam in the new year and beyond!

Harbinger Renegade #1 will follow Solomon out of his days spent hiding as a long-exiled former disciple of Toyo Harada and into a brilliant but perilous gambit for control of the unique super-powered individuals called “psiots.” As an all-new threat on par with any of Valiant’s greatest villainous minds – from Toyo Harada to Master Darque to Dr. Silk – Solomon’s actions will not only bring him into conflict with the Harbinger Renegades, but also lay the foundation for Harbinger Wars 2 – Valiant’s biggest, most ambitious and most impactful comic book event to date – in 2018.


Review: Ninjak #20

ninjak_020_cover-a_choiHis body consumed by a preternatural cancer in the present, Colin King’s mind has grasped a prophetic vision of the future – one that just might hold the key to a cure! But years from today, that quest will bring him face-to-face yet again with one of the world’s most perverse criminal and scientific minds: the devious Dr. Silk! Hoping to exploit the mysteries of the Deadside in his quest for immortal life, Silk has left rot and ruin in his polluted wake – until the newly allied team of Ninjak and the Eternal Warrior come crashing down on his plot to conquer not just the future…but all of eternity itself!

I’m not going to beat around here and pretend I’ve been a fan of this arc from the beginning; I haven’t. I feel like there was a lot of promise unfairly leveled against the future-set story featuring Ninjak and the Eternal Warrior because of the superb Book of Death: Fall of Ninjak, and the similarity of the two stories; granted, my expectations may have been higher than most.

Happily, I can now say that this is the issue in which the story started to turn around for me.

There seemed to be more of an understanding between the two lead characters in this issue, and I feel like that – and the dialogue that resulted from it – was what had been missing from previous chapters in The Fist and The Steel, and the comic was all the stronger for it. Despite the story being stronger this issue the art still hasn’t grabbed me; it isn’t horrible it’s just not to my preference. Your mileage may vary, however, but the back up story was a much stronger contribution to the comic visually. It was also a pretty cool sequence that you’ll appreciate a lot more once you read the full issue.

Overall, Ninjak #20 is better than the previous issue, coming much closer to the quality of comic that I’ve felt has been missing for several issues in the series. A welcome return to form.

Story: Matt Kindt Art: Khari Evans and Andres Guinaldo
Story: 8 Art: 7 Overall: 8 Recommendation: Read

Valiant provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Review: Faith #4

faith_004_cover-c_muhrFrom all across the world, fans have flocked to California’s biggest comics convention…but they never expected to see real-life superheroes duking it out! When fandom’s most important event becomes an all-out super-powered melee, can Faith “Zephyr” Herbert and her crossbow-wielding boyfriend, Obadiah Archer, prevent a gang of diabolical con-crashers from turning thousands of spectators into victims of the most brazen caper in comic book history?

Faith #4 opens up with some absolutely fantastic dialogue between Faith, Archer and Faith; if you think I made a typing error there, I didn’t. Picking up right where the last issue left off with our heroine facing an evil doppelganger, or clone, or something else entirely as she and her boyfriend attend a comic-con and try to foil an evil doers plot. It probably sound really cheesy to you reading this, and honestly you’re not far wrong with that, but the thing is  regardless of how cheesy it sounds Jody Houser writes such a compelling story that you can’t help but want to turn the page.

Because it’s Archer’s first con, peppered throughout the comic are legitimate tips to both Archer and the reader for attending their first major con. It’s a nice addition to an already enjoyable comic, but they also serve a much more tongue-in-cheek purpose as the story has progressed from the third to the fourth issue.

To claim that Faith #4 is anything but a light hearted fun comic would be a fallacy, yes there are still little jabs at comic book tropes, but over all this is a beautifully illustrated comic that’s just fun to read.

Sometimes, that’s exactly what you need.

Story: Jody Houser Art: Pere Perez and Marguerite Sauvage
Story: 8.75 Art: 9 Overall: 9 Recommendation: Buy

Valiant provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review.

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

death-of-x-2Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.


Top Pick: Harley Quinn #6 (DC Comics) – The punk scene and Harley are a match made in anarchist heaven! This issue will give you life!

Wynonna Earp Vol 1 TP (IDW Publishing) – This reboot/re-imagining of Wynonna Earp will bring TV fans and die-hard fans from the OG comics when she was still blonde and buxom together under one accord. Wynonna is one hell of a bad ass and her story deserves to be told. Get semi caught up with this trade paperback and enjoy yourself. It’s a great jump off point to get to know the new Wynonna, meet her for the first time or, discover some of the things that you wish you

Black Panther #7 (Marvel) – Black Panther gets more than by with a little help from his friends! This issue has everything you need and want, a lot of action, some serious double crossing, a nice spirit walk , funny and clever quips ,a dash of blaxploitation fire and , some killer cameos!

Spell on Wheels #1 (Dark Horse) – Girl powered road trip! But, the girls are witches on the trail of the thief that stole their powers.

Death of X #2 (Marvel) – It’s going DOWN! two more issues then we have IvX! This is the bridge to cover that gap and set the stage for one hell of a fight. Without giving away too much lets just say that the X-men, especially Cyclops should “Beware when fighting monsters, you yourself do not become one.” Because where the Inhumans are concerned he’s starting to sound an awful lot like the humans who came for the X-men and the other mutants.



Top Pick: Dept. H #7 (Dark Horse) – This has been such a good series so far by Matt and Sharlene Kindt. The underwater claustrophobia continues as Mia searches for who killed her father while trying to stay alive. The combination of the pencils and watercolor is just beautiful in this book and you should definitely check it out.

Black Hammer #4 (Dark Horse) – Such an original series. I always have liked what Lemire does, but this is so weird and silly and yet has such a great story. The characters are somehow relatable while still being so over the top. The way it pokes at superhero tropes is hilarious and refreshing. I also love the classic style art in this book, it really fits well.

Batman #9 (DC Comics) – Now that we are done with “Night of The Monster Men,” we can get back to a more focused story I hope. I love what Tom King was doing with this book, and am excited to see what this “I Am Suicide” arc is all about. King has made Batman very vulnerable so far, and I want to see how far he takes The Dark Knight, and how far DC is willing to let him.

Death of X #2 (Marvel) – I love Aaron Kuder’s art. It’s a breath of fresh air for Marvel. I also liked the first issue and want to see what Soule and Lemire do here since they are both writing this series. I’ve been intrigued by this title, and as a kid who grew up with The X-books being my favorites, I want to see what Marvel is really planning for them.

Infamous Iron Man #1 (Marvel) – Who doesn’t want to see Victor Von Doom as Iron Man? I’m so curious to see what Bendis will do here. I am sure everyone is. Is Victor truly redeemed post-Secret Wars? What will he think of Riri? Where the hell is Tony? There are tons of questions, and I am very hopeful for this series.



Top Pick: Faith #4 (Valiant) – Alex looking forward to a Valiant comic? Hardly a surprise, really, but this issue that has Faith, Archer and Faith (yes, really) attending a comic book convention is going to be an absolute blast to read.

Batman #9 (DC Comics) – At last the crossover story is done, so hopefully now we get to something that’s just flat out better.

Black Hammer #4 (Dark Horse) – A story about forgotten, or lost, heroes trapped for some reason in a town that most of them don’t want to be in. It’s a brilliant story, and one I was fortunate enough to read the first two issues in one go – absolutely worth your time.

Green Lanterns #9 (DC Comics) – After eight issues, I’ve found that I’ve become rather fond of the Green Lantern property post-Rebirth, and a large part of that new found fandom is because of this comic. It’s fairly similar in tone to Faith, and seeing as how that’s one of my favourite series right now, it stands to reason that this would also be pretty high on my list.

Ninjak #20 (Valiant) – I’m still not as excited about this comic as I want to be, but it’s still more enticing to me than almost anything that Marvel are publishing this week. I don’t know whether that says more about Valiant’s consistent high quality or Marvel’s lack of anything interesting.



Top Pick: Infamous Iron Man #1 (Marvel) – Doctor Doom as Iron Man is an intriguing concept and we get the details as to why and how here. If you don’t want Civil War II spoiled, you might want to avoid this comic, but, it gives us our first hint as to what the hell goes down at the end of that event. Beyond that, Doom as hero is actually really interesting and something I want to see.

Death of X #2 (Marvel) – The first issue was a bit mixed for me, but I really want to see what happened between Mutants and Inhumans and the fate of a lot of characters. Marvel has teased things, and I want the details.

The Black Hood Season 2 #1 (Dark Circle) – Archie’s “superhero” series gets a second volume. The first was brutal, dark, and really great to read. Can’t wait to see what’s next.

Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye #1 (DC’s Young Animal) – This new line of comics from DC has been really interesting and the latest release is an interesting one with a rather obscure character. I have no idea what to expect, but it’s one that’s high on my list to find out.

The Bunker #19 (Oni Press) – The time traveling mind trip comes to an end with this issue which feels like it has so much to wrap up. It’s been one hell of a ride, so how this all ends is something I really want to know and can’t wait to find out.



Secret Path: Confronting the past is something that often requires dealing with controversial subject matter, looking outward to return inward in the present time, reflecting and hoping a light is shone on what is often ignored. Secret Path tells the story of a young boy named Chanie Wenjack whom died trying to find his way home, 400 miles away, after escaping from the often brutal conditions that many Aboriginal people faced in Residential Schools. Gord Downie, lead singer of The Tragically Hip and long time activist for Aboriginal rights, and artist Jeff Lemire, present a story in which Canada must come face to face with their own past reality.

Black Hammer #4 (Dark Horse) – The team of Black Hammer continues to flesh out some very thought provoking, emotional, and deconstructive stories/images on the superhero genre as a whole. This issue looks to focus on Abraham Slam’s past, intermingling with the present time.

Black Panther #7 (Marvel) – Chris Sprouse has been doing a solid job penciling the last few issues after Brian Stelfreeze’s first four issues and looks to continue expanding the wide range of characters and places with Ta-Nehisi Coates’s scripts and Laura Martin’s wide-ranging colours. It looks like the creative team will be re-introducing ‘The Crew’ with the new set of members looking like Black Panther, Misty Knight, Storm and Luke Cage.

Black Widow #7 (Marvel) – Black Widow returns and looks to confront the very person that has been screwing around with her life: Weeping Lion. Chris Samnee, Mark Waid, and Matt Wilson have created a wonderfully balanced series, showing the power of visual storytelling alongside scripts that don’t really rely too heavily on exposition.

Faith #4 (Valiant) – Faith and Archer decide to spend some much needed time together by going to the local comic convention, away from the hustle and bustle of being a superhero. But, sometimes you just can’t escape that. The two have found themselves about to face off against a group of people trying to invade on the fun to be had at nerdvana.



Top Pick: Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye #1 (DC’s Young Animal) – Even a few titles in, Gerard Way’s ‘Young Animals’ is already proving to be a shot in the arm for DC’s comics line, with the My Chemical Romance frontman and his team embracing the weird and cherry picking the most obscure and weird characters from the company’s vaults.They don’t come any more obscure than Cave Carson, the one with the cybernetic eye, first appearing in four issues of the ‘Brave and the Bold’ in the 60’s before making his way onto the aptly named “Forgotten Heroes” along with Animal Man in the 80’s.

“Inspired by the visionary work of DC’s experimental past, but shaped and focused on the absurdity of today” is the imprints mission statement and it would seem that Way and Rivera are taking the spelunking hero down a psychedelic, self exploratory path as he struggles with his grip on reality after his wife’s death.

Infamous Iron Man #1 (Marvel) – Following in the footsteps of Doctor Octopus as Superior Spider-man, this month Iron Man becomes infamous as the leader of Latveria dons Stark’s armor. One of two characters taking over the Iron Man Mantle along with Riri Williams it remains to be seen if Bendis and Maleev’s Victor is truly on a path to redemption or working an angle to a new devious master plan.

While his last big plan saw Doom elevate himself to the status of God of the newly formed battleworld, can one of the biggest and most complex villains of the Marvel Universe really step up and become a true hero? With the series’ second issue featuring long time adversary and sure to be skeptical Ben Grimm, it’s sure going to be an interesting look into an already layered character.

Preview: Ninjak #20


Written by MATT KINDT
Cover A by MIKE CHOI (AUG162066)
Cover B by RYAN BODENHEIM (AUG162067)
Cover C by MARC LAMING (AUG162068)
Variant Cover by MICHEL FIFFE (AUG162069)
$3.99 | 40 pgs. | T+ | On sale OCTOBER 19th (FOC – 9/26/16)

“THE FIST & THE STEEL”…strangled by Silk!

His body consumed by a preternatural cancer in the present, Colin King’s mind has grasped a prophetic vision of the future – one that just might hold the key to a cure! But years from today, that quest will bring him face-to-face yet again with one of the world’s most perverse criminal and scientific minds: the devious Dr. Silk! Hoping to exploit the mysteries of the Deadside in his quest for immortal life, Silk has left rot and ruin in his polluted wake – until the newly allied team of Ninjak and the Eternal Warrior come crashing down on his plot to conquer not just the future…but all of eternity itself!

Walk the dark path toward tomorrow with New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (4001 A.D.) and explosive artists Khari Evans (ARCHER & ARMSTRONG) and Andres Guinaldo (Justice League Dark) as “THE FIST & THE STEEL” continues!


Preview: Faith #4


Written by JODY HOUSER
Cover A by KEVIN WADA (AUG162058)
Cover B by CLAYTON HENRY (AUG162059)
Cover C by JASON MUHR (AUG162060)
Variant Cover by KHARI EVANS (AUG162061)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | On Sale OCTOBER 19th (FOC – 9/26/16)

Comics! Cosplay! Crime! This comic book convention isn’t what it appears to be…

From all across the world, fans have flocked to California’s biggest comics convention…but they never expected to see real-life superheroes duking it out! When fandom’s most important event becomes an all-out super-powered melee, can Faith “Zephyr” Herbert and her crossbow-wielding boyfriend, Obadiah Archer, prevent a gang of diabolical con-crashers from turning thousands of spectators into victims of the most brazen caper in comic book history?

If Faith has her way, these back-issue bandits will be going behind bars when breakout writer Jody Houser (Mother Panic) and acclaimed artists Pere Perez (ARCHER & ARMSTRONG) and Marguerite Sauvage (DC Comics Bombshells) deliver an all-access pass to the high-stakes super-showdown of the fall!


Valiant Goes Big for Alamo City Comic Con with Exclusives, Panels, and More!

From Friday, October 28th to Sunday, October 30th, Valiant is unleashing its hard-hitting cross-country road show on Alamo City Comic Con for a weekend packed with award-winning comic books, exclusives, programming, and panels!

All weekend long, join Valiant inside San Antonio’s Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center at Booth #257 and see why Valiant is topping the charts with the best-reviewed characters, comics, and stories around with a complete selection of trade paperbacks, deluxe hardcovers, and t-shirts and merchandise for their critically acclaimed and award winning titles!

Plus: Debuting at Alamo City Comic Con from Heroes and Fantasies, and available in Booth Block C, get your hands on the Bloodshot U.S.A. #1 Alamo City Comic Con Variant – featuring actor Jason David Frank as Bloodshot for Valiant’s digital exclusive live-action series, Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe! Jump onboard the FIRST ISSUE of the all-new standalone event from New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire and superstar artist Doug Braithwaite as an unstoppable, nanite-enhanced pathogen turns New York City’s populace into unstoppable killing machines. Now, Bloodshot is the only soldier tough enough to lead a one-man invasion of the city that never sleeps! If he falls, the nation won’t stand a chance against the most dangerous outbreak in American history!

Then, the action leaps out of the saddle on Friday, October 28th at 4:00 pm CT in room 225D with Valiant 101: New Fans Start Here – a concise and fun-filled introduction to Valiant’s biggest, most memorable characters! You’ve seen the reviews, you’ve heard the buzz… Now find out why Valiant Entertainment has taken fans and critics by storm as the most acclaimed comic book publisher! Join Valiant CEO & Chief Creative Officer Dinesh Shamdasani and an astounding lineup of panelists here for a one-of-a-kind introduction to the largest and most acclaimed independent superhero universe in comics! From X-O MANOWAR and FAITH to BLOODSHOT REBORN and DIVINITY, get the stories behind Valiant’s biggest heroes and find out where to jump on board right here with an in-depth tutorial that’s perfect for new fans!

But they’re just getting warmed up! Hang on tight for the explosive developments hitting your favorite superhero universe on Saturday, October 29th at 4:00 pm CT in room 225D with Valiant: The Future of Valiant and Beyond! With a record-setting 50 Harvey Award nominations, Valiant Entertainment is the most acclaimed publisher anywhere in comics today. Now, find out what’s next with Valiant CEO & Chief Creative Officer Dinesh Shamdasani and an all-star cast of panelists! The future of Valiant starts here with an exclusive round of updates – only at Alamo City Comic Con!

We’ll see you in the Countdown City! And don’t miss a single thrilling moment as Valiant’s one-of-a-kind convention road show storms on through Durham and more all year long!

Friday, November 11th – Sunday, November 13th
NC Comic Con

North Carolina Convention Center
Durham, NC

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Hillary Clinton Flies into November’s Historic Faith #5

On November 2nd, just days before Election Day, America’s favorite hero of 2016 is teaming up with Hillary Clinton for the most important election special in comics history!

Valiant has released a first look inside Faith #5 – a 48-page election special colliding Faith “Zephyr” Herbert with the first female presidential nominee from a major political party, Hillary Clinton, for a history-making adventure torn from the headlines!

Jump on board the adventures of the hero that Vulture calls “one of the comics industry’s most-buzzed about characters” right here as an all-star cast of comics’ finest talents shine a spotlight on the best that the Valiant Universe has to offer, beginning with AN ALL-NEW JUMPING-ON POINT from the new ongoing creative team of acclaimed writer Jody Houser and rising star Meghan Hetrick! Then, multiple Harvey Award nominee Rafer Roberts and Eisner Award-winning artist Colleen Doranpresent an exclusive prelude to November’s Harbinger Renegades #1 – the hard-hitting super-team that launched Faith into superstardom – that won’t be found anywhere else! And, last but not least, comics legend Louise Simonson and acclaimed artist Pere Perez charge straight to the top of the ticket and send Faith into action alongside Hillary Clinton for an all-American tale that will soon go down in superhero history!

Faith Herbert, star of the highest selling independent superhero debut of 2016, is a shining beacon of optimism in a challenging world. Her day job as a blogger and journalist is about to bring Faith face to face with Democratic Presidential nominee Hillary Clinton…but its her daring alter ego as Los Angeles’ leading superhero that will have to save the day when a new threat emerges to imperil a pivotal moment that has all of America watching!

Featuring covers by Paolo Rivera, Meghan Hetrick, Carmen Carnero, Michael Walsh, and Rafa Sandoval!

Cover A by PAOLO RIVERA (SEP162033)
Cover B by MEGHAN HETRICK (SEP162034)
Cover C by CARMEN CARNERO (SEP162035)
Variant Cover by MICHAEL WALSH (SEP162037)
Variant Cover by RAFA SANDOVAL (SEP162038)
Coloring Book Variant Also Available (SEP162036)
$3.99 | 48 pgs. | T+| On sale NOVEMBER 2 (FOC – 10/10/16)


Savage #1 – Moore, Henry & LaRosa Fight for Survival in November!

Nature conquers all!

Valiant has released an advance preview of Savage #1 (of 4) – the FIRST ISSUE of the bone-breaking new series striking out of “The Future of Valiant” initiative on November 30th! This fall, acclaimed writer B. Clay Moore, and explosive artists Clayton Henry and Lewis LaRosa hone their killer instincts for the must-read debut of Valiant’s next major hero! Marooned in an unforgiving prehistoric landscape, high society’s most privileged celebrity family is fighting tooth and claw – literally – for survival. Once they lose everything – and each other – what part of them will endure? Where will the man inside each of them end…and the animal begin?

Fifteen years ago, the world’s most famous soccer star, his former supermodel wife, and their young son disappeared without a trace. The world believes they are dead… But, in reality, their private jet crash-landed on a mysterious, unknown island ruled by prehistoric creatures from another time…

This is the story of how they lost their humanity.

Featuring covers by Lewis LaRosa, Jared Fletcher, and Renato Guedes, the most punishing comic book debut of the year starts here this fall!

Written by B. CLAY MOORE
Cover A by LEWIS LAROSA (SEP162049)
Cover B by JARED FLETCHER (SEP162050)
Character Design Variant by LEWIS LAROSA (SEP162052)
Variant Cover by RENATO GUEDES (SEP162053)
B&W Sketch Variant by LEWIS LAROSA (SEP162054)
Blank Cover Also Available (SEP162051)
$3.99 | 32 pgs. | T+ | VALIANT PRESTIGE FORMAT | On Sale NOVEMBER 30th (FOC – 11/7/16)


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