Comic Book Review: Harbinger: Faith #0 (One Shot)

In Comic Books, Valiant by Iron Squid0 Comments

Name at least 3 heavy set super heroes and then come back to me…no Blob is a villain, Bouncing Boy is not fat, Squirrel girls new art style doesn’t count. Man, this audience is horrible. Regardless lets look at the first Valiant title: Harbinger: Faith.

The Harbingers are now disbanded and broken after the Harbinger Wars we get a glimpse into the now together Torque and our lovable heavy set comic book nerd super hero: Zephyr. After the giant alien out break the Harbingers are now looked at as a danger and aren’t really needed in Mexico City, Torque is in talks to have a reality tv show staring himself and Zephyr which would make a pretty decent show…unlike Honey Boo Boo. Zephyr however doesn’t want to be a washed up sell out and decides to leave Torque and travel with her new…team!?

Joshua¬†Dysart who is all to familiar with Harbingers is spot on with writing interesting character development, he really brings Faith as a regular person which sometimes in comic books you don’t see to much. Robert Gill does the art to tie it all together in a nice peaceful art style that is appealing to the eye.

This is my first time reviewing a Valiant title and I’m excited too dive into these titles as we’ve heard that a reboot is happening. Honestly, a small title like this is nice to see sometimes, This is a one shot about a nerdy geeky super hero that you don’t really see now days, it’s all wars and weird dimensional travel! But with Harbinger: Faith it’s a breath of fresh air, which I’d love to see more of this character in more to come series or even get her own book.

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