We’ve been very vocal about professing our love for Valiant’s reboot of Harbinger. Writer Joshua Dysart has turned this band of misfits with latent abilities into the best damn team book on store shelves. Now after months of building the storyline to a slow boil, Dysart is ready to make this book explode in this “Harbinger Wars” story arc. This massive crossover event will see “Harbinger” and “Bloodshot” cross paths in their monthly books, as well as duel it out in this new four issue mini-series. READ MORE
Valiant’s first major crossover event, Harbinger Wars, is kicking off in April, and the publisher is gearing up for the madness with exclusive interlocking pullbox covers. The crossover is also a great spot for new readers to jump on board with both series. Check out the solicitations, details, and covers down under. READ MORE
Valiant proved what new publishers are capable of in 2012, releasing some of the most consistent titles in shops. Today, the publisher released a super advanced preview of Harbinger #0, which will bring us back to the roots of Toyo Harada. This #0 issue serves as a sort of prequel to Valiant’s first crossover event between “Bloodshot” and “Harbinge” this April in Harbinger Wars. READ MORE
Valiant Comics is launching their first major crossover this April titled, Harbinger Wars. The event will see “Bloodshot” crossing paths with “Harbinger, beginning with issue #1 of the four-issue “Harbinger Wars” miniseries in April. Telekinetics, world-class hunters, secret government operations, what else could you ask for? You can read all about it after the jump. READ MORE
One of the crown jewels of the Valiant re-launch has been Harbinger. Writer Joshua Dysart and artist Khari Evans have done an exceptional job of making this title stand out amongst the crowd.
Bloody-Disgusting caught up with Joshua Dysart to discuss his reboot of “Harbinger” and the impending epic showdown between Peter Stanchek (aka Sting) and Toyo Harada. Dysart also gave Bloody-Disgusting the inside scoop on where the series is headed with the upcoming “Renegades” story-arc, as well as the return of Zephyr, Flamingo, and Torque from the original series. READ MORE
We’ve been very vocal about our love of Jeff Lemiere’s work. His run on “Animal man” is one of the best things to come out of the DC New 52, he’s killing it on “Justice League Dark”, and his new OGN, “The Underwater Welder”, will be remembered as one of the most critically acclaimed graphic novels of the year.
The folks over at Valiant Comics have been putting out loads of new books since their re-launch earlier this year. Leading the pack is writer Joshua Dysart and artist Khari Evans with their work on “Harbinger”. Every month the creative team have been knocking this book out of the park.
How are these two topics related? It’s really just a match made in heaven, as Valiant recruited Jeff Lemiere to create a variant cover for “Harbinger” #8. Check it below. READ MORE
One of the crown jewels of the Valiant re-launch has been Harbinger. Writer Joshua Dysart and artist Khari Evans have done a great job of capturing the core elements of the original series and modernizing them so the book doesn’t feel dated. Every month this book gets better and better with a focus on building a strong cast of characters that slowly reveal themselves to the reader. “Harbinger” is everything that the X-Men could be if Marvel weren’t concerned with bottom lines and killing characters every quarter for quick sales bumps. READ MORE
This summer’s most interesting event in comics isn’t “Avengers Vs X-Men” or the “Court of Owls” crossover in the Batman books, it’s the return of the Valiant universe. The extensive cast of Valiant characters have been held in legal purgatory for years, but have now been triumphantly resurrected with the release of “X-O Manowar” #1 last month.
One of the most exciting titles to make its return to stores is Harbinger, which was previously one of the company’s flagship books. “Harbinger” is the story of Peter Stanchek, a teenager that is born with very powerful psionic powers that allow him to control minds and move just about any object. On the run from police, Stanchek is trying to walk a dangerous tight-rope that has drawn the attention of authorities and philanthropist and fellow harbinger, Toyo Harada, who seeks to harness Pete’s abilities. READ MORE
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. READ MORE
A brand new clip from The Cabin In The Woods just hit over at IGN and it’s a great homage/send-up of that old “creepy local” routine we get in so many horror movies. This guy’s a little more assertive than Friday The 13th‘s Crazy Ralph, but his plot function seems to be the same. The clip appropriately refers to him as “the harbinger”.
Anyway, as long as you guys keep in mind that The Cabin In The Woods just a great movie, but not the cure for cancer, I can’t see how you’ll be disappointed when it hits on Friday, April 13th. Chris Hemsworth, Richard Jenkins, Bradley Whitford, Kristen Connolly, Anna Hutchison, Fran Kranz, Jesse Williams and Brian White all star.
Hit the jump to check out the clip. READ MORE