This time we’re taking a look at the first volume of Quantum and Woody. Read on to find out who this incompetent duo are, which comics to read, and heaps more.
It’s time for another edition of A Valiant Read! This time we’re taking a look at Unity Volume 1: To Kill A King. Written by Matt Kindt and art by Doug Braithwaite, this trade paperback collects the first four issues of Valiant’s top team book.
We’re back for another edition of A Valiant Read, where we cover great jumping-on points for reading the Valiant Universe. For lucky number #7, we return to X-O Manowar to explore the ins and outs of X-O Manowar Volume 4: Homecoming.
A Valiant Read is here yet again for another spotlight on the jumping-on points of the Valiant Universe! This time around we’re taking a look at Valiant’s first comic book event, Harbinger Wars.
A Valiant Read is back for another episode of Valiant Universe goodness! This time around we’re digging into the horror-tinged Shadowman Volume 1: Birth Rites.
It’s time once again for another round of A Valiant Read. This time we’ll be looking at Archer & Armstrong Volume 1: The Michelangelo Code.
A Valiant Read is back yet again for another dose of Valiant Comics goodness. This time around we will be taking a look at Harbinger Volume 1: Omega Rising.
A Valiant Read is back for a second edition! This time around we’ll be going deep into Bloodshot Volume 1: Setting The World On Fire.
Welcome to the first edition of A Valiant Read! For its debut, we’ll be delving into X-O Manowar Volume 1: By The Sword.
A Valiant Read is a bi-weekly column that introduces readers to the modern Valiant Universe. Each edition highlights great jumping-on points for the Valiant Universe, whether it be a debut trade paperback volume or miniseries.
If you’ve recently discovered Bloodshot from the feature film and want to read the comics then you’ve come to the right place. This reading order guide put the various Bloodshot comic book series in the recommended reading order, with plenty of notes along the way.
This month’s list features an eclectic mix of legal documents, kung-fu heroes, punk rock ghosts, TV witches and intergalactic wars.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. I try and make it varied, mixing up creative ideas, genres and different storytelling to create a list that will have something that will appeal to everyone. This month there is Saturday morning cartoon nostalgia, big superhero events, bounty hunters and much more.
As comic events can sometimes be a bit confusing, I’ve created the 4001 A.D. Reading Order Guide. This handy guide not only gives you a reading order but also lists the creative teams, release dates and tie-ins involved for this futuristic event.
Each month I like to showcase a batch of new comics that you should be reading. This month there’s Amazonian origins, barbarian refreshes, a lesbian werewolf, Jedi, superhero bromance and much more.