Dysart & Suayan Tell Past and Future in HARBINGER #0
For a better future. Or no future at all.
This February, the critically acclaimed, breakout series of the year goes back to the beginning with Harbinger #0 — featuring the origin of the most powerful and most feared man in the Valiant Universe, Toyo Harada. From New York Times best-selling author Joshua Dysart (Unknown Soldier, BPRD) and superstar-in-the-making Mico Suayan (Batman: The Dark Knight, The Punisher), Harbinger #0 is a landmark, standalone entry point into the series that Comic Book Resources calls “one of the best things to happen to superhero comics” — and one that will define the next year of Valiant comics.
Toyo Harada has a vision for the perfect future — and it’s one that he will realize with or without the consent of the rest of humanity. In order to achieve it, he’s built a private army of hyper-telekinetics within the Harbinger Foundation. But what was the turning point that led Harada to the despot’s path? And how will his vast ambitions soon impact the whole of the Valiant Universe? As the “Renegades” storyline spotlights a new generation of heroes monthly in Harbinger #6-10, discover who — or what — changed Harada into a force beyond all human reckoning.
To control the future, you must first know the past. Now, witness the Big Bang that set the Valiant Universe in motion this February in Harbinger #0 — featuring a standard cover by Mico Suayan and Valiant’s first-ever wraparound gatefold variant by Lewis Larosa!
Comic shop subscribers take note — this issue also features a limited Pullbox Exclusive Variant by Clayton Henry & Clayton Crain. Valiant maintains a strict no-overprint policy on all Pullbox Exclusive Variants, so contact your local retailer to pre-order now!
HARBINGER #0 — ON SALE FEBRUARY 6th!
Written by JOSHUA DYSART
Art & Cover by MICO SUAYAN
Pullbox Exclusive Variant by CLAYTON HENRY & CLAYTON CRAIN
Wraparound Gatefold Variant by LEWIS LAROSA
$3.99/Rated T+/32 pgs.
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