For every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction. First came UNITY... Now meet
Coming off of the earth-shattering repercussions of their first mission, Ninjak is leading the newly formed Unity team right back into the trenches to face the Valiant
Universe's next colossal threat - the enigmatic Dr. Silk and his high-tech terror cell: WEBNET! With the fate of untold millions on the line, can this team of cutthroat heroes uncover Silk's endgame - and his connection to Ninjak's shadowy past?
From New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (Mind MGMT) and superstar artist CAFU (Action Comics), start reading here when X-O Manowar, Eternal Warrior, Livewire and the rest of
Valiant's best-selling superteam begin an all-new, high-stakes adventure!
Collecting UNITY #5-8, plus the landmark first appearance of Ninjak from X-O
|Publisher:||Valiant Entertainment, LLC|
|Product dimensions:||6.50(w) x 9.90(h) x 0.50(d)|
|Age Range:||13 - 16 Years|
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Unity volume 2 brings us a classic spy villain from the original universe, Dr. Silk and his evil “webnet”. The team is now without Harada, and they took the armor and gave it back to Aric (which is the ending that most people should have seen coming in the first book). This story arc deals with the characters more, and how they might interact (and not trust) each other, so it is a little more about the actual building of the team (although I don’t know why they kept the name Unity, since that was Harada’s idea). At the same time they have to deal with Dr. Silk and his mind control virus. We also get a little bit of sotry from XO Manowar (issues 5) where we saw XO Manowar fight Ninjak. This story seems a little out of place, but I can understand it’s inclusion so we can see how these two characters first met (as well as meet some other characters who may end up playing a critical role). The story slows down a little bit from the first story arc, but it is still strong conceptually and a good read. The art continues to excel, and overall the comic is still a great read.