[Reading] ➽ Valiant: Zeroes and Origins, Volume 1 Author James Asmus – Thomashillier.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Valiant: Zeroes and Origins, Volume 1

  1. says:

    I ve read some of these before and some of these I haven t Most of them are pretty good origin stories though that Quantum Woody thing doesn t hold a candle to my recollections of the original run As it is, taking a few such character and origin stories out of context is like a raw sampling, and...

  2. says:

    some of the stories were gas but others were cool

  3. says:

    Was a good introduction to the series I think I preferred the Faith story so far Though out of this I really enjoyed the Punk Voodou priestess Nice back story and a good ending for the rest of her series.

  4. says:

    You can t really go wrong with a book of origins They re all interesting and really different, so that was kewl Also, it gave me a taste of the whole spectrum of Valiant at least all the one that had zeroes out , so that was nice Pretty good, but hard to rate.

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