Harbinger Renegade Vol. 2
MASSACRE brings death to a major Valiant hero! Toyo Harada's former protege – Alexander Solomon, a "psiot" with the ability to predict and analyze potential futures – has been waiting for this moment. With the Harbinger Renegades – Peter Stanchek, Faith, Kris Hathaway, and Torque – now reunited as a result of his covert manipulations, his ultimate gambit can now begin. But he's not the only one who has been watching. Major Charlie Palmer has just re assigned a new division of the militarized psiot hunters codenamed H.A.R.D. Corps to active duty… and they're about to bring a torrent of blood and calamity roaring into the streets of a major American metropolis for an all-out firefight. Harvey Award-nominated writer Rafer Roberts (Plastic Farm) and superstar artist Darick Robertson (The Boys, Transmetropolitan) begin THE ROAD TO HARBINGER WARS 2 – right here with a bang that will reverberate throughout the entire Valiant Universe…and claim the life of a major hero! Collecting HARBINGER RENEGADE #5-8 and #0.

Harbinger Renegade Vol. 2 Details

TitleHarbinger Renegade Vol. 2
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LanguageEnglish
ReleaseJan 10th, 2018
PublisherValiant
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GenreSequential Art, Comics, Comic Book

Harbinger Renegade Vol. 2 Review

  • FanboyBen
    January 1, 1970
    As a HUGE fan of Johsua Dysart’s “Harbinger” run, I was as reluctant as anyone when it was first announced that Rafer Roberts would be picking up from where Dysart’s “Imperium” left off and taking the characters of Peter Stanchek, Kris Hathaway, John “Torque” Torkelson, and Faith Herbert in a new, non-Dysart-approved direction. Thankfully, however, Volume 1 left me pleasantly surprised; though not as deep or as complex as the previous series, Roberts’ take on these characters showed more care an As a HUGE fan of Johsua Dysart’s “Harbinger” run, I was as reluctant as anyone when it was first announced that Rafer Roberts would be picking up from where Dysart’s “Imperium” left off and taking the characters of Peter Stanchek, Kris Hathaway, John “Torque” Torkelson, and Faith Herbert in a new, non-Dysart-approved direction. Thankfully, however, Volume 1 left me pleasantly surprised; though not as deep or as complex as the previous series, Roberts’ take on these characters showed more care and thought that I had expected, telling a story that felt more like a continuation of what came before than a hard reset. That care and thought continues in Volume 2, which – while perhaps not quite as fresh or surprising as Volume 1 – still does more than enough cool things with the gang (and takes the story in enough genuinely unexpected directions) to make up for it.
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  • Kenny
    January 1, 1970
    Heartwrenching three sided battles as The Harbingers returns whilst Hardcore takes on Generation Zero.
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