Tag Archives: Riley Rossmo
Official Press Release Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps #17 from fan favorite creators Christos Gage, Joshua Dysart, and Emanuela Lupacchino! How does a rookie member of H.A.R.D. Corps take on Toyo Harada? With his life insurance paid up, that’s how!
Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Harbinger #19 – featuring the conclusion to the acclaimed story arc “Perfect Day” by all-star creators Joshua Dysart, Barry Kitson, and Riley Rossmo!
Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Harbinger #18 from New York Times best-selling writer Joshua Dysart (Harbinger Wars) and all-star artists Barry Kitson (Amazing Spider-Man) and Riley Rossmo (Bedlam, Cowboy Ninja Viking)! The Renegades are about to find out that imagination can be a killer as “Perfect Day” barrels toward a psyche-shattering […]
Official Press Release This year, Image Comics asked, “WHAT’S NEXT?” and answered that question with a bevy of new releases that went on to instant sell-outs, week after week. This week is no different, as RAT QUEENS, a series that mixes high fantasy with short tempers and a party-centric lifestyle, has sold out at the […]
Official Press Release Ryan Browne’s GOD HATES ASTRONAUTS, coming this October from Image Comics, is outrageous, raunchy, absurd, violent, extremely popular, and everything you could want in a comic. NASA hires the Power Persons 5 to keep the nation’s farmers from launching themselves into space in homemade rocket ships. The bad news is that NASA […]
Valiant is proud to present an advance preview of Shadowman #10 – continuing the uncanny origin tale that began in Shadowman’s critically acclaimed zero issue! The arcane source of all Shadowmen, past and present, will stand revealed when Valiant opens the next chapter in the lives of Nicodemo and Sandria Darque!
Debris, written by Kurtis J. Wiebe with art by Riley Rossmo reaffirms that more recently water-down wonder that science fiction brings to the world. Debris efficiently establishes a world through Wiebe’s writing and Rossmo’s art that, when it is gone, leaves behind a certain amount of sadness and optimism all at once. The world of […]