Valiant Comics is on a mission to reclaim their once solid status, and they’re off to a heck of a start. The reboot of Harbinger follows a teenage dude, Pete, with some special powers. Sounds like every other superhero story right? Well not quite. He’s so powerful he doesn’t know what to do with himself, and there are many people who are trying to get to him before he does anything rash. Check out the full preview after the jump.
WRITTEN BY: Joshua Dysart
ART BY: Khari Evans
PUBLISHER: Valiant Entertainment
RELEASE: June 6th
Valiant is proud to present a six-page lettered preview of Harbinger #1 — the first issue of a super-hero legend reborn from New York Times best-selling author Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier, BPRD) and Harvey Award-nominated artist Khari Evans (Carbon Grey)!
Teenager Peter Stanchek is on a dangerous path, but wields an even more dangerous power. Skipping across the country in a desperate attempt to stay one step ahead of the authorities, Pete is quickly realizing that he’s a psionically-powered “harbinger” with the potential to control minds, manipulate matter, and forever alter the course of human history. But behind the scenes and half a world away, Pete’s plight has not gone unnoticed by respected philanthropist and fellow harbinger, Toyo Harada. Will Harada offer Pete the chance at the things for which he’s longed — family, inner peace, control? Or will this unlikely hero find himself inducted into a secret network of conspiracy and subversion?
Read minds. Bend steel. Break all the rules. This June, the foundations of the Valiant Universe will shake as Peter Stanchek learns the true price of power, only in Harbinger #1 – on sale June 6th!
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