X-O Manowar, Volume 4: Homecoming

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To this king...a kingdom. With his nation state of Dacia fortified in eastern Romania, X-O Manowar has bent the world to his will. But he will not stand unopposed. With the assembled forces of the United Nations and NATO primed to assail the newly founded homeland of the Visigoth people, the man inside the indestructible Manowar armor is about find himself more vulnerable than ever - and with everything he holds dear on the threshold of a terrible turning point for the Valiant ...

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Overview

To this king...a kingdom. With his nation state of Dacia fortified in eastern Romania, X-O Manowar has bent the world to his will. But he will not stand unopposed. With the assembled forces of the United Nations and NATO primed to assail the newly founded homeland of the Visigoth people, the man inside the indestructible Manowar armor is about find himself more vulnerable than ever - and with everything he holds dear on the threshold of a terrible turning point for the Valiant Universe...
Collecting X-O Manowar #15-18 and featuring X-O Manowar's first explosive confrontation with the Eternal Warrior, start reading here as New York Times best-selling writer Robert Venditti (Green Lantern) and acclaimed artist Lee Garbett (Batman R.I.P.) launch a bold new era for the series that SuperHeroHype calls "a must read."

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781939346179
  • Publisher: Valiant Entertainment, LLC
  • Publication date: 1/13/2014
  • Edition description: Young Adult
  • Pages: 112
  • Sales rank: 650,514
  • Product dimensions: 7.00 (w) x 10.60 (h) x 0.40 (d)

Meet the Author

Robert Venditti is the New York Times best-selling author of "The Homeland Directive" and the sci-fi graphic novel series "The Surrogates", the first installment of which was adapted into a feature film starring Bruce Willis and Ving Rhames. He currently writes the ongoing monthly comic book series "X-O Manowar" and "Green Lantern". His debut children's novel, "Miles Taylor and the Golden Cape: Attack of the Alien Horde", is due from Simon & Schuster in May 2015.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 27, 2014

    The X-O Manowar series continues stronger than ever in this four

    The X-O Manowar series continues stronger than ever in this fourth volume of Valiant's flagship series!

    The quality of writing and art that Valiant fans have been lucky enough to have been able to come to expect from this book doesn't disappoint here at all, as it's every bit as good as it's ever been, and now, with the circumstances involved in this book (such as the main character, Aric [of ancient Dacia] essentially invading and claiming modern-day Romania for he and his time-displaced Visigoth people as their own) the writing gets kicked up a notch, as does the action! Here, another main Valiant player, the 'Eternal Warrior', goes head-to-head with Aric, which naturally leads to a very heated confrontation as Gilad (the Eternal Warrior!) tries to talk some sense into Aric.

    As usual with X-O Manowar, things aren't quite as straightforward as they seem which makes for some very interesting grey areas that the characters have to navigate along their path on their way towards attaining what they perceive to be the 'right' course of action.

    Very very entertaining book with phenomenal writing and great art that once again shows exactly why people need to be reading Valiant.

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