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Archer & Armstrong, Volume 4: Sect Civil War

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Every enemy. Against each other. For centuries, the cloak-and-dagger coalition of conspiracies collectively known as The Sect has worked together to bring silent oppression and undercover tyranny to a world that thought it was free. But, now after centuries of profit sharing and uneasy alliances, the factions of The Sect are about to erupt into open conflict...and the only men that can end the insanity are Archer & Armstrong! Too bad they're fighting for different sides! Why? How? And will either survive? The...
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Overview

Every enemy. Against each other. For centuries, the cloak-and-dagger coalition of conspiracies collectively known as The Sect has worked together to bring silent oppression and undercover tyranny to a world that thought it was free. But, now after centuries of profit sharing and uneasy alliances, the factions of The Sect are about to erupt into open conflict...and the only men that can end the insanity are Archer & Armstrong! Too bad they're fighting for different sides! Why? How? And will either survive? The knockdown, drag-out Archer & Armstrong event of the year starts now - and no conspirator is safe!
Collecting Archer & Armstrong #14-17 by New York Times best-selling writer Fred Van Lente (Incredible Hercules) and acclaimed artists Khari Evans (Harbinger) and ChrisCross (Superman/Batman), jump into the series that IGN calls "a must read" with an all-new adventure pitching Archer & Armstrong into their biggest battle yet!
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781939346254
  • Publisher: Valiant Entertainment, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/11/2014
  • Edition description: Young Adult
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 1,001,885
  • Product dimensions: 6.60 (w) x 9.90 (h) x 0.30 (d)

Meet the Author

Fred Van Lente
FRED VAN LENTE is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Marvel Zombies, Incredible Hercules (with Greg Pak), Odd Is On Our Side (with Dean R. Koontz), as well as the American Library Association award-winning Action Philosophers.
His original graphic novel Cowboys & Aliens (co-written with Andrew Foley) is the basis for the major motion picture starring Daniel Craig and Harrison Ford.
Van Lente's other comics include The Comic Book History of Comics, Taskmaster, Archer & Armstrong, Amazing Spider-Man and Hulk: Season One.
Fred loves hearing from readers at fred.vanlente@gmail.com.
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  • Posted September 29, 2014

    Archer and Armstrong, the Sect War, is a fast paced , topsy turv

    Archer and Armstrong, the Sect War, is a fast paced , topsy turvy ride through the sect. It starts off with Archer and Armstrong at odds against each other, due to a perceived slight from Armstrong (well, not so "perceived" as actual, from Archers point of view). Add to the mix Mary Maria is vying for control of the sect, and the sect factions are turning against each other, and you have a complex story. Some of the factions seemed a little too silly for me (people walking around with gold masks?) but the origin of the sect was entertaining, and given that origin, it made sense why there would be different factions in the current day and age. I won't tell you how it ends, but I didn't see the ending coming.

    Fred Van Lente continued to write a strong story, with great accompanying artwork. The complex plotlines continue to weave together, and Archer and Armstrong still remains one of my favorite reads. Honestly, I can't understand why this book is not more popular than it is! I do wish they explored more about Archers powers (does it have ANY limits?) but that might be saved for future issues.

    Archer and Armstrong remains a must read!

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