BC Mag #0: Valiant Comics: A New Unity

Bleeding Cool Magazine Article By Keith Davidsen

In the 1990s, Valiant Comics presented comic fans with a shared universe of unique characters that served not as imitators of established superheroes, but rather new concepts altogether. 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 published, leaving dedicated fans waiting for a revival.

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