Two days ago, Bleeding Cool ran an article that had been months in the making, regarding Joshua Dysart who relaunched the psychic teenager superhero comic
The revived Valiant Entertainment in 2012 had quite a litany of established comic book creators coming on board to give new life to the likes of
Rob Levin has joined Valiant Entertainment as Executive Editor, with plans to usher in a brand new era of prosperity at the publisher.
Did you read Ninjak #1 or X-Factor #10 this week? Stan Lee used to refer to the Marvel Universe as "The world outside your window", set in New York rather
Valiant Entertainment has no new launches in September 2021 - but is valiantly continuing to publish X-O Manowar, Ninjak and collect their current
This year's Free Comic Book Day has been rescheduled to Saturday, the 14th of August, 2021 - fifteen months since the last one. And it seems it will have
Check out this preview from the Valiant Uprising Free Comic Book Day 2021 special featuring Jeff Parker and Javier Pulido's Ninjak.
It's still a little sparse on the scene for Valiant. But X-O Manowar and Ninjak are continuing, with the classic Shadowman series also collected in
The titular masturbating ninja will be on the run in July, but you can read a preview of Valiant's Ninjak #1 right here, right now.
Now you can drink premium coffee roasts inspired by the Valiant comic Shadowman, in case that's a thing you wanted to do for some reason.
Heather Antos is joining IDW Publishing as Senior Editor on their Star Wars and Marvel Action lines After working as a comics editor on Unlawful Good: An
I cycled into London today, as lockdown rules changed, allowing the opening of non-essential retail stores in England. Which included comic book shops. So
The revival of Valiant's The Visitor comic happened smack back in the middle of lockdown. Issues 5 and 6 were meant to have been resolicited for February
Yesterday saw the release of the Gold level Free Comic Book Day titles for FCBD August 14th 2021. Later today we'll see the release of the full details of
Joe Illidge, Executive Editor of Heavy Metal Magazine subtweeted out last week, and got a little attention, saying; "Imagine in 2021, a panel on Blackness