Archer and Armstrong_4_Pearson

The epic climax of Archer & Armstrong’s first trek through the Valiant Universe is almost here!. The Boon’s unholy power unleashed! The genesis of Archer’s abilities revealed! Ziplines! It all happens right here (and, well, in the eventual trade paperback collection too).

High in the Himalayas, Valiant’s bow-and-bottle-slinging adventurers are primed to storm the Sect’s secret citadel. Can they make it before the Nazi lamas within release the civilization-shattering power of the Boon? And when Archer’s parents suddenly attack, can anyone prepare for the revelation of the secret ally that could ensure victory for their own personal last crusade? (Hint: they chose…poorly.)

Story by Fred Van Lente
Art by Clayton Henry & Pere Perez
Cover by Jason Pearson

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  1. blujay1524 blujay1524 says:

    I think this is still the weakest Valiant book, but by no means bad. But it has failed to surpass the original version like the other valiant titles have

  2. RobotZombie RobotZombie says:

    Telepathic Hitler Monks!

  3. cubsmodano cubsmodano says:

    I love both Bloodshot and A&A… I thought Harbinger was the weakest but now every book is awesome.

  4. muddi900 says:

    It’s like Incredible Hulk.

  5. muddi900 says:

    I mean Incredible Hercules.

  6. cosmo cosmo says:

    Yay, the Geomancers are back! I always enjoyed them in the Valiant books, and was wondering if they’d be included in the relaunch. Cool.

    I’ve been really enjoying this series, and thought that #4 was another great issue . . .

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