Tag Archives: Justin Jordan

Preview: Shadowman #4

The fine folks at Valiant sent over an advance preview of Shadowman #4 from Justin Jordan and Patrick Zircher. Give it a look! The final chapter of Shadowman’s first adventure in the Valiant Universe is almost upon us… Can he … Continue reading

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Preview: Shadowman #2

The good folks over at Valiant sent over a preview of the second issue of Shadowman.  I’m not normally one to buy into the variant cover idea, but I got to say that the variant cover by Dave Johnson is … Continue reading

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Luther Strode Returns

I was not a big fan of The Strange Talents of Luther Strode. I felt like it sacrificed characterization and story telling in favor of mayhem, violence, and gore. While its creators were attempting to tell a slasher film story … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Shadowman #1

Valiant has proven that this was not just the Summer of Valiant, but it is the Year of Valiant. Valiant has another hit on its hands with the tightly paced and visually stunning Shadowman. There are a million dreams in … Continue reading

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Shadowman Preview

The fine folks over at Valiant were kind enough to send over a preview of their soon-to-be-released Shadowman. Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Shadowman #1 from red-hot writer Justin Jordan (The Strange Talent of Luther Strode) … Continue reading

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Skullkickers #18 to Feature Talent From Host of Independent Creators

Jim Zub’s Skullkickers is the kind of book that is difficult to explain in just a few sentences. “Buddy comedy meets Conan” is about the best description I have heard, followed closely by “rollicking good time”. But something that is … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: The Strange Talent of Luther Strode

Somewhere out there were people who lamented that the comic/movie Kick-Ass had too much plot and not nearly enough violence.  Those are the people for whom the comic The Strange Talent of Luther Strode was created. Luther Strode is just … Continue reading

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