ENR Posts Tagged ‘Fred Van Lente’

Thursday, April 25th, 2013 at 20:01 By Dan Robertson

Gi Joe column leadThere has been enough water under the bridge since I bought my very first GI Joe: A Real American Hero comic book to fill at least one ocean. Maybe not that much but enough.

I remember buying it off of the comic book rack at Baker’s Confectionery (a place for all comics and things of fun), and telling my older brother that this book was going to be big. He made fun of me like most Big Brothers do, but I laid down my money anyway and got the comic. The paper was better than what you found in most books and very soon there would be toys, cartoons (future Retro!) and just about anything else a body could want.

I still have that issue, and many more to go with it, but the sad fact is I quit collecting Joe around the late 80′s or early 90′s and couldn’t find a spot to jump back in lately.

Now IDW Publishing has given me that spot with GI Joe Cobra Files #1 and GI Joe #1. Somebody light that candle!



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    Monday, April 15th, 2013 at 16:58 By TheMiXX

    insuff 3Hey comics cavaliers hope your week has been going well! Wednesday once again and here we are with another midweek installment of TITLE FIGHT! This week I’m shaking it up a little bit (when aren’t I) and what better way to make things interesting than to have a PRINT vs. DIGITAL duke-out! This week I am taking the best of what both mediums have to offer and letting the chips fall where they may. Valiant’s revival continues with Archer and Armstrong #9 squaring off against newcomer Thrillbent’s digital cape saga INSUFFERABLE #1. Enough chatter, let’s get down to the matter! Kerrrang!

    Annnnd What’s New With You?


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      Wednesday, March 27th, 2013 at 15:01 By Dan Robertson

      thmb_valiant_new_logoValiant is at it again.

      This time it is Archer & Armstrong #0, the TOP Secret Story!

      It is never too late to get on the Valiant bandwagon and this is a perfect issue to do so!

      The team of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry combine to bring you smack in the face action that never lets up!

      Check out the amazing art and the press release below and see for yourself!

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        Monday, February 4th, 2013 at 12:18 By Dan Robertson

        Valiant has been all over lately from Excutive Editor Warren Simons being on MTV Geek to right here on a almost weekly basis, Valiant is definitely pumping up the volume and getting their brand out.

        And why not this time they are pushing their #0 stand alone issues and they have two huge issues coming out.

        Shadowman 0 is written by Justin Jordan and Patrick Zurcher with allstar artist Trevor Hairsine.

        I did say two right?  New York Times bestselling creators Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry team up for Archer & Armstrong.

        Check out the pictures and press release below.


        Coming This May from VALIANT!

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          Friday, October 26th, 2012 at 16:03 By DAMM

          DAMM | Every year, at any given holiday from Valentine’s Day to President’s Day, we are inundated with theming (yep, I too am as guilty as anyone both here and when I put up my Christmas tree up the day after Halloween) to accompany our festive spirits and give ambiance to the season. However half of this is just dross and by-product lacking any creativity or originality and many of these things actually can jade the holiday mood.
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