Eternal Warrior (1992-1996) #1A

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Published August, 1992 (Modern Age) by Valiant Comics and went on sale in 1992 for $2.25 USD. This issue contains ____ pages in ____, the current NM value is $6.00 USD.

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  • Unity, Chapter 2: Footprints On The Sands Of Time

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4.00

by on 4/16/2012
With the conformation of Archer and Armstrong a few months ago, it's pretty safe to assume that in addition to seeing Armstrong, we're going to see his brother, Gilad. One can't come without the other, or what's the point? Gilad was a cornerstone in the original Valiant Universe, having direct ties to X-O Manowar and Bloodshot, both in the past and present respectively. Though his first appearance was in Solar, Man of the Atom #10, it really took his own title to showcase just how influential and critical Gilad was to the Valiant Universe. What better way to really bring him in than during the Universe shattering event of Unity? Read on, comic fans, as we take a look at Valiant's Eternal Warrior #1. Continue Reading »
Valdimer
3

by on 12/29/2011 3:16:00 PM (Variant A)

Very dull to start, but better by issues end. This is the second chapter in the Unity saga and it pretty much just builds off chapter 1. No real development except to establish who Eternal Warrior is. Plenty of history on him and his brother, who turns out to be none other than Armstrong from Archer and Armstrong! Artwork is stiff, but Jim Shooter's storyline is solid.

scottie67
3.5

by on 8/25/2012 8:25:00 AM (Variant A)
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