The Nature Of Valiant’s Unity – A New Superhero Team, Toyo Harada, Livewire, Ninjak, Eternal Warrior To Fight X-O Manowar For The Fate Of Russia

Valiant’s Super TeamValiant Entertainment has told the Associated Press the nature of their new Unity crossover series. Rather than a thematic title, it’s actually the name of the new superhero team in the Valiant Universe, comprised of Toyo Harada, Livewire, Ninjak and the Eternal Warrior, with a mission to defeat X-O Manowar.

It feels a bit like Avengers #1, doesn’t it? Although, maybe not…

“They don’t hang out in the penthouse of a high-rise waiting for the Valiant-phone to alert them to trouble. These are hard men and women. They’re dangerous and a lot of them are killers, and putting them in a room together is a violent proposition.”

By Matt Kindt, Doug Braithwaite and Brian Reber, the book will see the members forced together to fight a common foe.

“He’s desperately trying to save what’s left of his people, and he’ll use force to achieve his goals. Toyo Harada — a child of the bomb — has dedicated his life to achieving peace by any means necessary. He will not view X-O Manowar trying to conquer Romania — which is an event at the heart of Unity— as a good thing. And neither will the Russians.”

How many books that will make for Matt Kindt in November, is as yet unknown…

 

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