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Courtesy of Valiant, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Harbinger Wars" #3 by Joshua Dysart, Duane Swierczynski & Clayton Henry. The revamped H.A.R.D. Corps make their new Valiant Universe debut June 12.
Valiant Entertainment has provided CBR with all the new art shown during its presence at C2E2 2013, including two exclusive pages of "X-O Manowar" #13 and a first look at Andrew Robinson's "Shadowman" #9 variant.
Valiant Entertainment has provided CBR with an exclusive first look at "Harbinger Wars" #1 by Joshua Dysart, Duane Swierczynski, Clayton Henry and Clayton Crain. Valiant's first family crossover begins April 3.
Valiant Entertainment is bracing for the commencement of the "Harbinger Wars," and artist Clayton Henry is the latest talent to become involved in the event. CBR has an exclusive look at several of his pages.
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Clayton Henry head to the ancient civilization of Ur to explore the origins of the Anni-Padda in May's "Archer & Armstrong" #0, and we have an exclusive preview.
Valiant Entertainment has provided CBR an exclusive first look at artist Clayton Henry's interlocking pullbox variant covers for the publisher's "Harbinger Wars" event.
"Bloodshot's" Duane Swierczynski and "Harbinger's" Joshua Dysart discuss the upcoming Valiant miniseries "Harbinger Wars," where Bloodshot, Peter Stanchek, the Renegades and Toyo Harada collide in an explosive conflict.
Artists Barry Kitson, Lee Garbett, Matthew Clark and Clayton Henry join "Harbinger" writer Josh Dysart for the series' upcoming storyline introducing new characters to the mix. CBR has an exclusive look at Kitson's issue!
Courtesy Valiant Entertainment, CBR has an exclusive first look at variant covers by Lewis Larosa, Clayton Henry and Clayton Crane for Joshua Dysart's "Harbinger" #0, which details the origin of Toyo Harada.
Valiant Entertainment has released a preview of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong" #3." The duo goes up against ninja nuns of the Vatican October 10.
With the first issue of Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry's "Archer & Armstrong relaunch hitting stores this week, Valiant has provided CBR with a look ahead at issue #4's variant covers by Jason Pearson and Juan Doe.
Greg McElhatton gives "Archer & Armstrong" #1 4 stars calling the inaugural issue by Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry "exactly how a series from twenty years ago should be updated for a relaunch today."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea discusses the new incarnation of "Archer & Armstrong," Clayton Henry's art and rebuilding a superhero universe from the ground up with writer Fred Van Lente.
Valiant Entertainment has released a lettered preview for "Archer & Armstrong" #1 written by Fred Van Lente with art by Clayton Henry. The fourth title of Valiant's relaunch debuts August 8.
The Valiant Entertainment editorial team took to C2E2 to explain how they plan to keep the best elements of the publisher's fan-favorite characters while bringing X-O Manowar, Harbinger, Bloodshot and more into a new era.
"Incredible Hercules" writer Fred Van Lente takes on another dissonant dynamic duo in "Archer & Armstrong," relaunching in August from Valiant Entertainment. Plus, exclusive art!
Valiant has released the full creative lineup for its "Summer of Valiant" relaunch including Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry on "Archer & Armstrong" and Duane Swierczynski and Manuel Garcia on "Bloodshot."
Keeping the streets of NYC safe is a tough job, but now the star of "Spider-Girl" has a greater challenge: dealing with the death of her father. CBR spoke with writer Paul Tobin about Anya's future.
CBR's Doug Zawisza gave "Spider-Girl" #1 a 4 star review, calling the Paul Tobin and Clayton Henry created issue "fun, charming and a great heroic read that can be shared with the all ages scene quite nicely."
Marvel Comics has released an advance look at "Spider-Girl" #2 by Paul Tobin and Clayton Henry. The issue, featuring a cover by Jelena Kevic-Djurdjevic, hist stores on Wednesday, December 15.
The fan-favorite "Marvel Adventures" writer Paul Tobin talks to CBR News about his newest work, "Spider-Girl," an ongoing Marvel Comics series starring Anya Corazon with artwork by Clayton Henry.