Source: Press Release
It's the Summer of Valiant. Which hopefully will be something more than a summer of teaser images. Actually, these teaser images are actual announcements for things, so we're cool with our friends at Valiant sending these things over. Also, the books look like they're going to rock, so...there's that.
Next up on the docket is an Eternal Warrior series, by Greg Pak and Trevor Hairsine. The increasingly busy Pak is new to The Flyin' V, while artist Trevor Hairsine has shown up here and there to draw up a few things for the publisher, most recently two issues of X-O Manowar. X-O Manowar, of course, is the book that Gilad here will be showing up in next, before his own series kicks off. We showed you that in an earlier teaser. Hey, these things fit together really nicely.
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