eternal warrior Archives

39 Thoughts About 39 Comics – Original Sin, Eltingville, Daredevil, Catwoman, Larfleeze, Justice League United, Red Lanterns, Batman/Superman, Dead Body Road, Sheltered, Uber, Crossed, Gravel, Lazarus, Five Ghosts, Fused, Skullkickers, 24, Eternal Warrior, Harbinger, Star Trek, Regular Show, Turtles, City, GI Joe, Robotech/Voltron, Godzilla, Ash, Moriarty, Game Of Thrones, Lady Rawhide, Danger Girl, Rogue Trooper, Transformers, Shotgun Wedding, Bravest Warriors, Midas Flesh, Evil Empire And Peanuts
And for Red Lamnterns, as ever, it helps to have the kind of lisp that I have when pronouncing the letter "R", and be British, for one character to have added amusement in the language stakes. Heh heh. 24 #1, just like the Crossed Annual, seems to have a thing for grandmothers being described in unfortunate terms… Eternal[...]
Bloodshot Joins The Unity Team With Unity #8
(Yes, occasionally I do sports metaphors.) Bloodshot will join X-O Manowar, Ninjak, the Eternal Warrior, and Livewire as the newest member of the Unity team in UNITY #8 – the issue kicks off a stand-alone story arc coming out of the Armor Hunters series. Matt Kindt (Rai, Mind MGMT) and artist Stephen Segovia (Superior Carnage), jump[...]
Early Preview Of Eternal Warrior #8
Getting a jump on next weeks books early, Valiant has sent over a preview of Eternal Warrior #8 by Greg Pak and Robert Gill You have to love that when Valiant sends out their previews they include the series recap page… lets you get up before you even go to the store. ETERNAL WARRIOR #8 Written by[...]
First Look – Eternal Warrior #7
Here we have an advance preview of Eternal Warrior #7 from writer Greg Pak (Action Comics) and artist Robert Gill (Armor Hunters: Harbinger)! This continues the Eternal Emperor storyline as we see the future of the Valiant Universe. King Gilad Anni-Padda hoped to leave his days as the Eternal Emperor behind him But when an unforeseen challenger[...]
Double-Shot Advance Preview – Harbinger #21 And Eternal Warrior #6
This time, however, the team's newest member, Ax, has left a trail of leaked classified information that could could win the day – but also put the few loved ones they have into dire peril. And now the moment has come when they must choose between their fate and their families… [...]
Advanced Look At Valiant's 4001 A.D. In Eternal Warrior #5
On January 22nd, Valiant will release Eternal Warrior #5 – the first issue of the Eternal Emperor story arc by Greg Pack and Robert Gill This is the story line that brings us Valiant's 4001 A.D future. Two thousand years from today, the planet has been transformed by science, technology…and war The centuries have not been[...]
Greg Pak Takes The Eternal Warrior Back To 4001 A.D.
 The future timeline from the original 90s run, home of characters like Rai and the Future Force, will be re-introduced in Eternal Warrior #5 this January. The new story arc, "Eternal Emperor" will split time between the modern day and the future with a very different, grizzled Eternal Warrior protecting a small contingent of humanity on[...]
A Few Things We Learned At Baltimore Comic Con Today
But expect to see lots of Tim Drake in the Joker crossover. Valiant are relaunching Eternal Warrior. There will be new and possibly multiple X-Force titles. Jamal Igle and Ron Marz are launching a new comics project together. Bob Wayne evaded questions on new Man Of Steel or WildCATS projects. Mark Waid will stay away from established villains for the[...]
BC Mag #0: Valiant Comics: A New Unity
It was a decade where we thrilled to the science fiction of X-O Manowar, shivered with fear in the darkness of Shadowman, and explored a vibrant history in such titles as Eternal Warrior and Archer & Armstrong After several changes in ownership and creative direction, new adventures of the once-beloved Valiant characters were no longer[...]
Lee Bermejo's Eternal Warrior And David Aja's Rai
First there's Lee Bermejo's rendition of Eternal Warrior, another previous Valiant character, to be published later this year Though these pieces are just pin-ups/costume designs from Lee, he won't be drawing the ongoing series.  And if you look at those facial scars, then check X-O Manowar yesterday, you may see the seeds to that comic already[...]