The nineties are back! It's like 1994 all over again, baby!
Thanks to DC hiring everybody who was anybody in the nineties to create their nu52 reboot last year, a nineties comics revival seems to have kicked off in the industry. Aside from the nineties lovefest going on in the DCnU, there's a revival of Rob Liefeld's Extreme! properties at Image and even a relaunch of the Valiant universe! The latest teaser from Valiant is for Ninjak, a very popular character in 1994 who first appeared in the equally-hilariously-nineties-titled comic Bloodshot.
For fans like this reporter who may have missed out on the nineties era of comic books due to doing unimportant stuff like talking to girls, this is a second chance to experience the decade in all its grim and gritty, pouch-covered, foil-variant-laden glory. For more virginal fanboys, it's a chance to bitch about the downfall of the industry all over again. Check out the teaser below:
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About the Author - Jude Terror
Jude Terror is the Webmaster Supreme of The Outhouse and a sarcastic ace reporter dedicated to delivering irreverent comics and entertainment news to The Outhouse's dozens of loyal readers. Driven by a quest for vengeance, Jude Terror taught himself to program and joined The Outhouse. He instantly began working toward his goal of forcing the internet comics community to take itself less seriously and failing miserably. Ironically, our webmaster, whose website skills know no end, has very little understanding of social networks or how they work. Regardless, you can find him on Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr, but would probably have the most luck just emailing him.
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