No one in the Valiant Universe is more dangerous or more experienced in the art of war than the Eternal Warrior. After thousands of years on the battlefield, he’s a master of strategy and weaponry, an unrelenting force of nature capable of dismantling entire armies with little effort and less conscience. His brother Armstrong, on the other hand, likes to read poetry and drink beer. Maybe that’s why they had such a bad falling out? But now — after years apart — the Eternal Warrior has a new mission: destroy young Obadiah Archer, Armstrong’s best-est new buddy and teammate in the war against The Sect. And, like it or not, Valiant’s history-smashing adventure duo will soon feel the brunt of the Eternal Warrior’s fist and steel.

Story by Fred Van Lente
Art by Emanuela Lupacchino & Guillermo Ortego
Colors by Matt Milla
Letters by Dave Lanphear
Cover by Patrick Zircher, Doug Braithwaite, & Emanuela Lupacchino

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  1. This was definitely my pick of the week. I have been a Valiant fan since the first go around in the early 90s and one of my favorite characters from the get go was the Eternal Warrior. This issue marks Gilad Anni-Padda’s return to the new Valiant Universe and I was blown away. The story by Fred Van Lente was great, giving us incite into the past of Gilad and Aram (Armstrong), which has always been one my favorite things about immortal or long-lived character, getting a view of an event in their past which was, in this case, over 2,000 years ago. We also find out how the Boon affected Gilad, who was in pretty bad shape at the beginning of issue #1. The art in this book by Emmanuela Lupacchino was just amazing. I particularly enjoyed the fight between Gilad and Aram. It reminding me of when I would fight with my brothers when we were kids. Lighters always come in handy. I have been reading all of the Valiant titles since the relaunch and this book along with X-O Manowar, have been the favorites for me.

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