Ninjak (1994-1995) #1A

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Published February, 1994 (Modern Age) by Valiant Comics and went on sale in 1994 for $3.50 USD. This issue contains 32 pages in Color, the current NM value is $3.50 USD.

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  • Black Water, Part 1

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4.00

by on 9/3/2012
He had his first appearance in Bloodshot #7. Riding on that popularity, and fans wondering just who the heck this purple clad British Ninja was, they gave him his own series. Now, in the present, we can expect him to shine once again in X-O Manowar #5. In anticipation of this, we're going to take a look at the start of his own series. Why not his first appearance? Well, I'll run that down for you real quick: He stabs Bloodshot a lot and then leaves. There, happy? Now, let's crash through the window that is the cover of this awesome artwork by Joe Quesada (is that right? Oh yes, true believers!) and see just what this guy is all about! Hi-ya your way into Ninjak #1! Continue Reading »
chipreece
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by on 5/27/2012 10:53:00 AM (Variant A)

I can't say the story grabbed enough to warrant future reading, but the action and art was a stand out here. Not as stiff as some Valiant issues from this era. I think it was a mistake to have very little character moments for the title character outside of doing his ninja thing. The part where he sleeps with the girl hes following and then sets her up to die? Kind of gives you a sour taste for the hero. I do suppose that's different though... Neat cover.


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