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Agents of the alien race known as The Vine have been living in secret among us for centuries and now they’ve just been activated for one final mission – purge the Earth of all human life! An invasion fleet is on its way and the only weapon in existence powerful enough to defeat it is the X-O Manowar armor. To pinpoint The Vine’s weaknesses, Aric will need to enlist the help of the master weapons specialist charged with taking him down – the feared and formidable Ninjak. But, first, Aric will have to convince him that his masters in British Intelligence have sold humanity into the hands of the enemy…

The Valiant Universe’s two most formidable heroes are all that stand between Earth and annihilation on November 21st, only in X-O Manowar #7! With Planet Death on the rise, now is the time to jump on board the series that Complex calls “wall-to-wall action on a blockbuster scale”!

Story by Robert Venditti
Art by Lee Garbett & Stefano Gaudiano
Colors by Moose Baumann
Cover by Doug Braithwaite

Price: $3.99
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DavidClark11/21/12NoRead Review
Avg Rating: 4.2
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  1. Really liking this series. Great action comic, one of the best out there.

  2. Great book. Cary Nord can’t come back soon enough, though. He really ups the quality

  3. One of the consistently best books out right now.

  4. I love this book.

  5. I am SO loving this book!!! I’m loving it so much that I’m considering starting some other series by Valiant! Any suggestions guys?

    • You have a pretty diverse pull list. You may like any or all of them. Many people seem to enjoy Harbinger which is kind of a team book. Bloodshot is crazy and violent. Archer and Armstrong is a buddy comedy. Shadowman just started. I’d recommend that you just axe a book or two that you don’t enjoy that much and just start trying these one by one. You’ll probably be getting all of them regularly after giving them a chance for a few issues.

    • Why thank you kind sir, your comment has been more than helpful. I will definitely check out Bloodshot, seems my kind of thing, craziness and violence, I ALWAYS go for. Wouldn’t mind picking up Shadowman either, I just loved Justin Jordan’s work on The Strange Talent Of Luther Strode. Not to mention the amazing Patrick Zircher! Not sure about Harbinger though, doesn’t seem to have enough ooomph yet to quite pull me in. But I still might try the first few issues out. Thanks again!

    • I HIGHLY recommend them all! X-O and Harbinger are my favorites, but they are all great.

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