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Agents of the alien race known as The Vine have been living in secret among us for centuries, and now they've just been activated for one final mission - purge the Earth of all human life! An invasion fleet is on its way and the only weapon in existence powerful enough to defeat it is the X-O Manowar armor. To pinpoint The Vine's weaknesses, Aric will need to enlist the he Agents of the alien race known as The Vine have been living in secret among us for centuries, and now they've just been activated for one final mission - purge the Earth of all human life! An invasion fleet is on its way and the only weapon in existence powerful enough to defeat it is the X-O Manowar armor. To pinpoint The Vine's weaknesses, Aric will need to enlist the help of the master weapons specialist charged with taking him down - the feared and formidable Ninjak. But, first, Aric will have to convince him that his masters in British Intelligence have sold humanity into the hands of the enemy... Collecting: X-O Manowar 5-8


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Agents of the alien race known as The Vine have been living in secret among us for centuries, and now they've just been activated for one final mission - purge the Earth of all human life! An invasion fleet is on its way and the only weapon in existence powerful enough to defeat it is the X-O Manowar armor. To pinpoint The Vine's weaknesses, Aric will need to enlist the he Agents of the alien race known as The Vine have been living in secret among us for centuries, and now they've just been activated for one final mission - purge the Earth of all human life! An invasion fleet is on its way and the only weapon in existence powerful enough to defeat it is the X-O Manowar armor. To pinpoint The Vine's weaknesses, Aric will need to enlist the help of the master weapons specialist charged with taking him down - the feared and formidable Ninjak. But, first, Aric will have to convince him that his masters in British Intelligence have sold humanity into the hands of the enemy... Collecting: X-O Manowar 5-8

30 review for X-O Manowar, Volume 2: Enter Ninjak

  1. 4 out of 5

    Anne

    The first volume was just sort of so-so for me, but I've got several friends who think that X-O Manowar is the best thing ever, so I'm giving it a second chance to grab my attention. And this volume was a lot more interesting to me, but to be perfectly honest, I think a lot of that had to do with the Ninjack crossover. So far? Ninjak - yes! Manowar/Aric - ehhhh. I lovelovelove Ninjak, but Aric is just sort of (as of now) unlikable. Guess we'll just have to see how it plays out. The gist is that The first volume was just sort of so-so for me, but I've got several friends who think that X-O Manowar is the best thing ever, so I'm giving it a second chance to grab my attention. And this volume was a lot more interesting to me, but to be perfectly honest, I think a lot of that had to do with the Ninjack crossover. So far? Ninjak - yes! Manowar/Aric - ehhhh. I lovelovelove Ninjak, but Aric is just sort of (as of now) unlikable. Guess we'll just have to see how it plays out. The gist is that Aric has made his way back to Earth and is just now discovering he's been gone hundreds of years. Of course, that means everyone he loves is dead. He's not taking it well, to say the least. He and Ninjak work together to suss out who is human and who is Vine in the intelligence community - all while trying to figure out how deep the conspiracy goes. If nothing else, this definitely solidified me as a Ninjak fan.

  2. 4 out of 5

    James DeSantis

    Another solid fun adventure with the Barbaric warrior Alec and his special X-O Manowar armor! So how do we up the stakes? We have our hero in modern time trying to fit in but that's not going well. The aliens that enslaved his people have taken over most of the world's government and now beginning to launch a army on earth to take it over because of Alec returning. However, that armor is no joke, so the aliens tell the humans to hire someone to take the armor from him. Who do they call? Oh you g Another solid fun adventure with the Barbaric warrior Alec and his special X-O Manowar armor! So how do we up the stakes? We have our hero in modern time trying to fit in but that's not going well. The aliens that enslaved his people have taken over most of the world's government and now beginning to launch a army on earth to take it over because of Alec returning. However, that armor is no joke, so the aliens tell the humans to hire someone to take the armor from him. Who do they call? Oh you guessed it, NINJAK! Enter the Ninja to face off against Ironma-- I mean, X-O Manowar! Good: The fights are a lot of fun. From Ninjak's bloody kills to X-O Manowar fucking up pretty much anyone coming at him. The dialog is pretty solid with a few jokes from Ninjak which I really enjoyed actually. Also, the pacing is very fast paced. One of the best parts is it's never boring. Bad: The art is okay. I wasn't very impressed by it. Not bad but feels just "average" throughout. Also X-O seems pretty much unbeatable. Maybe too strong? He's starting to feel it. Overall a lot of fun. I wouldn't say it's great but I was never bored. I'd go with a 3 out of 5!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sam Quixote

    Ninjak attacks! Manowar is back! Second book rocks! Not a bit shocked! Valiant school DC on how to do a reboot It’s quality not quantity Art over loot Ninjak and Manowar team up to fight the Vine ‘cos aliens invading is crossing the line! A ninja with a k, a warrior out of time Them fools don’t stand a chance It’s alien stomping time! You sick for a comic? This is your tonic! Keanu Reeves was in Johnny Mnemonic! Time to read the next one ‘cos Manowar is awesome I gotta read ‘em all like it’s Pokemon season! B Ninjak attacks! Manowar is back! Second book rocks! Not a bit shocked! Valiant school DC on how to do a reboot It’s quality not quantity Art over loot Ninjak and Manowar team up to fight the Vine ‘cos aliens invading is crossing the line! A ninja with a k, a warrior out of time Them fools don’t stand a chance It’s alien stomping time! You sick for a comic? This is your tonic! Keanu Reeves was in Johnny Mnemonic! Time to read the next one ‘cos Manowar is awesome I gotta read ‘em all like it’s Pokemon season! But one little thing, before I forget Ah fuck it I forgot it Just go read it!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jesse A

    I'm having a lot of fun with this series so far. Venditti doing some good work. I'm having a lot of fun with this series so far. Venditti doing some good work.

  5. 5 out of 5

    GrilledCheeseSamurai (Scott)

    Okay, if it wasn't already cool enough having a Barbarian in (what is basically) an Iron Man suit...we now have a Ninja assassin thrown into the mix too. Oh yeah, and there's an alien invasion going on as well. Are you freaking kidding me? Barbarians, Ninja, alien invasions, and secret society's? Together? In one book? It's like someone saw my Christmas wishlist and made the best ever spiked punch at an office party, and its all for me. Okay, Okay. I've never worked in an office before. Never had a Okay, if it wasn't already cool enough having a Barbarian in (what is basically) an Iron Man suit...we now have a Ninja assassin thrown into the mix too. Oh yeah, and there's an alien invasion going on as well. Are you freaking kidding me? Barbarians, Ninja, alien invasions, and secret society's? Together? In one book? It's like someone saw my Christmas wishlist and made the best ever spiked punch at an office party, and its all for me. Okay, Okay. I've never worked in an office before. Never had an office party either. But I reeeeally like punch, as well as this comic. Soooo...Bottoms up!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Cheese

    Ninjak rules! As I knew he would of course! He's a ninja. Therefore, cool. Ninjak rules! As I knew he would of course! He's a ninja. Therefore, cool.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Chris Lemmerman

    Valiant's flagship title continues in this second collection of the next four issues of the title. Carrying right on from where we left off, X-O is on the run in a world he doesn't understand, and the operatives of the Vine will do anything they can to recover the mystical Shanhara armour that he acquired from them - including hiring Ninjak, the world's greatest weaponsmith. Add in a Vine traitor and the threat of an imminent invasion and you've got arc 2, Enter: Ninjak! If you think this is goin Valiant's flagship title continues in this second collection of the next four issues of the title. Carrying right on from where we left off, X-O is on the run in a world he doesn't understand, and the operatives of the Vine will do anything they can to recover the mystical Shanhara armour that he acquired from them - including hiring Ninjak, the world's greatest weaponsmith. Add in a Vine traitor and the threat of an imminent invasion and you've got arc 2, Enter: Ninjak! If you think this is going to be a knock-down, drag-out fight for four issues, you'd be wrong. There's not that much of a fight between the two 'heroes', and this is for the best since you can tell right away that both characters are above that kind of thing. In fact, they find common ground quite quickly, with the help of Alexander Dorian, who's almost more interesting than Aric and Ninjak themselves. The story then takes a swift left turn as Ninjak and X-O team up to take the fight to the Vine for a change, and this builds up to the following storyline, Planet Death, which sees X-O travel the Vine homeworld to try and stop the Vine once and for all. I'm surprised that this has happened so early - I thought the threat of the Vine would last a lot longer, or at least this iteration of them, so having an assault on their homeworld for the third volume is an interesting way to end the first year of the title. The artwork by Lee Garbett is a bit heavier on the eye than his usual work, probably due to thicker inks from Stefano Gaudiano than usual; it's visually consistent with Cary Nord's work in volume 1, but with a little more emphasis on detail. Onwards to Planet Death!

  8. 4 out of 5

    Geekritique

    Find this and many other reviews over at Geekritique! Robert Venditti continues his winning streak with X-O Manowar, his first monthly comic, by introducing yet another of Valiant's excellent legacy characters. Ninjak, the tech-savvy, and exceptionally level-headed ninja, was such a fun addition to the already ridiculous adventure introduced in the series' first volume: By the Sword. One might begin to wonder, though, why a character as strong as Ninjak didn't just get his own series from the get Find this and many other reviews over at Geekritique! Robert Venditti continues his winning streak with X-O Manowar, his first monthly comic, by introducing yet another of Valiant's excellent legacy characters. Ninjak, the tech-savvy, and exceptionally level-headed ninja, was such a fun addition to the already ridiculous adventure introduced in the series' first volume: By the Sword. One might begin to wonder, though, why a character as strong as Ninjak didn't just get his own series from the get go. 'Enter: Ninjak' covers issues 5-8 of the X-O Manowar run. Some spoilers follow. X-O Manowar is the story of an ancient Visigoth warrior kidnapped from his time by an alien race known as the Vine who worship an incredbly powerful suit of seemingly sentient armor known as Shanhara. No Vine has ever been worthy of wearing the armor, but their prisoner Aric of Dacia was chosen to be worthy. He escaped and with his newly augmented abilities, thanks to the X-O armor, he goes back to earth... 1600 years later. As the bumbling barbarian he is, he ends up freaking out, and unthinkingly begins causing havoc in a modern day Rome. Volume 2 goes into the fact that the Vine have been seeding humanity with their own kind for years, replacing human children with copies that are human in every way except thought. I liked the idea that they were instantly capable of transmitting thought via a mental projection towards each other around the world. In the search for the X-O armor (or Shanhara), a militant group of the Vine are heading to earth to destroy Aric of Dacia and to reclaim the armor. Some of the Vine seeds littered around earth have infiltrated high positions in the government. MI-6 is almost entirely overrun by Vine infiltrators, and it's they who send Ninjak out to bring Aric in. Although the comic does get a lot right in this short arc, it feels like X-O Manowar was quickly placed as a secondary character. The story does revolve around him and his beef with the Vine, but too much of it is told through the perspective of either Ninjak, or a Vine turncoat named Alexander. It doesn't do the character, who is still in his infancy here in it's rebooted second volume, much justice to relegate him as a secondary character. Also, how on earth does he communicate with the people in modern day earth? No matter where he seems to go on the planet he seems capable of understanding the common tongues of the time, with or without his armor. Another thing the volume did little to address is how he'll ever be seen as anything but a terrorist in the eyes of the people. Although he's capable of winning over Ninjak, he's taken more lives than he's actually spoken with since he's been back. Not a great rep. I really liked some of the more subtle details in the art by Lee Garbett. The cover art was unfortunately either very generic action poses, or deliberately misleading shots that don't actually deliver. Other than those small complaints, 'Enter: Ninjak' is another excellent story arc in the X-O Manowar reboot. In turn, the character is shaping up to be one of the best characters Valiant has to offer. I look forward to reading more of the run in future trades. Grab this in: Trade Paperback

  9. 5 out of 5

    Mark Morabito

    It's weird that they used this book to introduce Ninjak, I mean, it totally works but he seems worthy of his own series right off the bat. It's weird that they used this book to introduce Ninjak, I mean, it totally works but he seems worthy of his own series right off the bat.

  10. 4 out of 5

    Des Fox

    X-O Manowar continues to blow me away with its dense plotting and surprisingly clever concepts. This volume sees to the reintroduction of the classic Valiant assassin Ninjak, tying him into Aric's mythos by way of the British Secret Service. The central conflict and continuation of Aric's flashback assisted character arc creates something special here, with some brilliant and concise scripting. The transition from Cary Nord's pencils to Lee Garbett's is seamless, creating less than a hiccup in t X-O Manowar continues to blow me away with its dense plotting and surprisingly clever concepts. This volume sees to the reintroduction of the classic Valiant assassin Ninjak, tying him into Aric's mythos by way of the British Secret Service. The central conflict and continuation of Aric's flashback assisted character arc creates something special here, with some brilliant and concise scripting. The transition from Cary Nord's pencils to Lee Garbett's is seamless, creating less than a hiccup in the story telling. X-O Manowar continues to be one of the best comics on the market right now, and anyone with a love for sci-fi funny books needs to be reading it.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Judah Radd

    This delights me. Lot’s of things going for it; conspiracies, alien invasions, spy stuff, unlikely allies, epic fights, ninja stars and badass explosive battles. But no chicks!! Like... pretty much zero chicks throughout the book. Kinda disappointing. Whatev. Still cool, and good art too. Will def keep reading.

  12. 4 out of 5

    coty ⚡

    but if humanity is to survive the destruction you've brought down upon it... it will need you both. i love the man-out-of-time stuff with aric but ninjak stole the show in this volume. i'm trying to follow the reading order but i'm also just tempted to go ahead and read his series because he's my favorite of the universe so far but if humanity is to survive the destruction you've brought down upon it... it will need you both. i love the man-out-of-time stuff with aric but ninjak stole the show in this volume. i'm trying to follow the reading order but i'm also just tempted to go ahead and read his series because he's my favorite of the universe so far

  13. 4 out of 5

    Rajkumar Pagey

    Ninjak is a Ninja Assassin/Mercenary. He has been hired to capture Aric and bring back the armor. Who is Ninjak? Imagine Batman, Deathstroke and a Ninja were combined. You'll get Ninjak. Intriguing, right? We see the alien species Vine in more detail in this volume and I liked what I read so far. Ninjak is a Ninja Assassin/Mercenary. He has been hired to capture Aric and bring back the armor. Who is Ninjak? Imagine Batman, Deathstroke and a Ninja were combined. You'll get Ninjak. Intriguing, right? We see the alien species Vine in more detail in this volume and I liked what I read so far.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Robert

    I continue to be completely whelmed by this series, and will likely continue reading. I like the alien invasion angle and how Aric is the inadvertent author of his own misfortunes by absconding with the Shanhara. Ninjak is bad-ass, though his first encounter with Aric is in an outdoor space so he doesn't exactly enter so much as arrive... But I quibble... I continue to be completely whelmed by this series, and will likely continue reading. I like the alien invasion angle and how Aric is the inadvertent author of his own misfortunes by absconding with the Shanhara. Ninjak is bad-ass, though his first encounter with Aric is in an outdoor space so he doesn't exactly enter so much as arrive... But I quibble...

  15. 4 out of 5

    RG

    Again another fun but not amazing story. I actually preferred Ninjak

  16. 4 out of 5

    Joe Young

    Robert Venditti - writer Lee Garbett - illustrator Stefano Gaudiano - inker Moose Baumann - colorist (view spoiler)[Aric of Dacia has escaped from the Vine slave gardens and returned to Earth, only to find that 1600 years have passed since his capture and everyone and everything he's ever known is gone. He handles this about as well as you would expect and throws a temper tantrum in modern-day Rome. What do you do when a time-displaced barbarian wearing iron man's armor is fucking all your shit up Robert Venditti - writer Lee Garbett - illustrator Stefano Gaudiano - inker Moose Baumann - colorist (view spoiler)[Aric of Dacia has escaped from the Vine slave gardens and returned to Earth, only to find that 1600 years have passed since his capture and everyone and everything he's ever known is gone. He handles this about as well as you would expect and throws a temper tantrum in modern-day Rome. What do you do when a time-displaced barbarian wearing iron man's armor is fucking all your shit up? Call Ninjak! Well, after the squad of elite commandos you sent is torn to shreds, that is. When the Vine visited Earth in 402 A.D. they left behind aliens disguised as human babies. These incognito aliens survived throughout the ages undetected by human beings, infiltrating our society at every level and reporting back to the Vine via telepathic communication. The head of MI6, who orders Ninjak to attack and apprehend Aric, is one of these hidden aliens as is Alexander Dorian, the last surviving member of the commando team. Dorian tries to convince the Vine that he can capture Aric and return the armor, but they refuse and launch a huge invasion for Earth. While Aric and Ninjak tussle, Alexander Dorian spills the beans trying to prevent the invasion and save humankind. (hide spoiler)] I loved this graphic novel! The story really hums along with taught drama and dynamic action. There are some nice character development moments for Aric and Ninjak, but the most interesting character to me is(view spoiler)[the Vine sleeper-spy "traitor" (hide spoiler)] Alexander Dorian. The art is much improved from volume one. I'm not one to talk trash, but it's clear that Lee Garbett is a superior illustrator - character work, action scenes, background detail ... everything is improved on from volume one. Overall, this is an excellent graphic novel- it really feels like the series begins to hit it's stride in this volume. 5/5, Highly recommended.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Cale

    Should it be concerning that the second volume of the comic is already treading on the crossover character to carry it? Granted, it works in the confines of the story - bringing a stealthy ninja character to take down a lumbering warrior is effective, and the plot is surprisingly nuanced, as villains turn out to be allies, and the stakes are raised for the entire world. Aric actually manages to be the least interesting character in the book; the Manowar armor still isn't really detailed, and he Should it be concerning that the second volume of the comic is already treading on the crossover character to carry it? Granted, it works in the confines of the story - bringing a stealthy ninja character to take down a lumbering warrior is effective, and the plot is surprisingly nuanced, as villains turn out to be allies, and the stakes are raised for the entire world. Aric actually manages to be the least interesting character in the book; the Manowar armor still isn't really detailed, and he is described as a bull in a china shop, which seems accurate. Ninjak is much more interesting, as is traitorous vine member Alexander Dorian. The book focuses on the Vine's attempts to reclaim the Manowar armor, and the destruction of all humans (because apparently the armor choosing a human host after killing Vine warriors for millenia is a wound their pride can't accept) is looming over the whole book. There's a few good action scenes (the attack on MI-6 especially), and lots of posturing and political wheeling and dealing. It makes for an interesting story, with more depth than the first volume had, but it's still not anything life-changingly good. Not even really better than average. I don't regret reading it, but it's not something I'd go out of my way for to read more of.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Thomas Salerno

    Even better than the first volume, X-O Manowar, Vol. 2 continues to provide a high octane mix of first-rate science fiction and superhero action. Aric of Dacia is like no other comic book character I've encountered: Part Conan the Barbarian and part Iron Man, he's a refreshing departure from the characters I've come so accustomed to reading in the pages of the "Big Two" (DC Comics and Marvel). Pitting Aric and the Manowar armor against Ninjak (the world's deadliest Ninja assassin) provided great Even better than the first volume, X-O Manowar, Vol. 2 continues to provide a high octane mix of first-rate science fiction and superhero action. Aric of Dacia is like no other comic book character I've encountered: Part Conan the Barbarian and part Iron Man, he's a refreshing departure from the characters I've come so accustomed to reading in the pages of the "Big Two" (DC Comics and Marvel). Pitting Aric and the Manowar armor against Ninjak (the world's deadliest Ninja assassin) provided great contrast; brute force vs. stealth. It was even more fun to watch them work together to take down the sleeper agents of The Vine. The writing and art in this comic are brilliant. It's filled to bursting with action and intrigue. Never a dull moment. With The Vine invasion looming, I can't wait to follow up on Aric's adventures in Vol. 3. I'd also love to see more of Ninjak in the future. Count me as a fan of the Valiant Universe!

  19. 4 out of 5

    Terry Mcginnis

    This is my second graphic novel from the re-launched Valiant Universe. The first volume of X-O was interesting enough to check out volume 2, and I wasn't disappointed with this one. The story, while standard sci-fi fare, was unique enough to offer something new to the genre. There is a battle between two good guys, X-O Manowar and Ninjak, though "good" is used loosely for Ninjak if you know his backstory or what he does for a living; he's sort of a mercenary/assassin. Anyway, unlike many vs. boo This is my second graphic novel from the re-launched Valiant Universe. The first volume of X-O was interesting enough to check out volume 2, and I wasn't disappointed with this one. The story, while standard sci-fi fare, was unique enough to offer something new to the genre. There is a battle between two good guys, X-O Manowar and Ninjak, though "good" is used loosely for Ninjak if you know his backstory or what he does for a living; he's sort of a mercenary/assassin. Anyway, unlike many vs. books, this one does have a couple of decent and lengthy battles between the two main characters, ultimately leading to a somewhat predictable but necessary ending that leads perfectly into the next volume. Though this one was consistently good from beginning to end, I was worried I wouldn't be excited enough to pick up volume 3. I was wrong and can't wait to read it! Overall, worth checking out if you're looking for something outside of DC and Marvel.

  20. 4 out of 5

    Steven

    It was hard to rate and review the first volume. It was essentially four issues of an origin story but volume 2 found it's groove and gives us non stop action whilst building a story of an upcoming alien invasion. This is the kind of stuff that had people raving about Valiant and with this volume, I can see why. Aric aka X-O Manowar is a really unique flagship type character. He's brash and barbaric, Shoot first ask questions later kind of guy. It really makes for some compelling stuff and also It was hard to rate and review the first volume. It was essentially four issues of an origin story but volume 2 found it's groove and gives us non stop action whilst building a story of an upcoming alien invasion. This is the kind of stuff that had people raving about Valiant and with this volume, I can see why. Aric aka X-O Manowar is a really unique flagship type character. He's brash and barbaric, Shoot first ask questions later kind of guy. It really makes for some compelling stuff and also some incredible action scenes. Can't wait to continue reading everything Valiant.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Harry

    A very entertaining introduction to Ninjak, no boring points in the story and some quality art included. I can't fault the book in any way, however not quite exciting or gripping enough to deserve a 5 star rating. A very entertaining introduction to Ninjak, no boring points in the story and some quality art included. I can't fault the book in any way, however not quite exciting or gripping enough to deserve a 5 star rating.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Adam Stone

    Conceptual genre crossovers in comics are often terrible. Cowboys Vs Aliens is maybe one of the worst comics I've ever read. The various werewolves vs aliens on the moon style mashups aren't much better. But somehow, barbarian Iron Man vs James Bond ninja vs horde of invading plant worshipping aliens works. This constantly evolving story of espionage featuring unlikely enemies and allies was a blast to read. I will admit that it made me more excited to read Ninjak stories than the narrative follo Conceptual genre crossovers in comics are often terrible. Cowboys Vs Aliens is maybe one of the worst comics I've ever read. The various werewolves vs aliens on the moon style mashups aren't much better. But somehow, barbarian Iron Man vs James Bond ninja vs horde of invading plant worshipping aliens works. This constantly evolving story of espionage featuring unlikely enemies and allies was a blast to read. I will admit that it made me more excited to read Ninjak stories than the narrative following the Manowar armor and The Vine. I'm still excited to see how Airic's (the barbarian in the Iron Man suit) story progresses.

  23. 4 out of 5

    Sean

    I loved the first volume but I thought it was a large misstep to bring in Ninjak so early in the series. I enjoy both characters but Aric needs to be fleshed out on his own first. The action was really good but I would have loved to see Aric dealing with 21st century items but I understand why the series is moving so fast. The idea of Aric making alliances make sense but seemed to happen very quickly. Lee Garbett's art is very strong again. Overall, a good book that had a pacing problem. I loved the first volume but I thought it was a large misstep to bring in Ninjak so early in the series. I enjoy both characters but Aric needs to be fleshed out on his own first. The action was really good but I would have loved to see Aric dealing with 21st century items but I understand why the series is moving so fast. The idea of Aric making alliances make sense but seemed to happen very quickly. Lee Garbett's art is very strong again. Overall, a good book that had a pacing problem.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Richard

    The is best read as a complete story along with the Volume 1 and 3 or as a whole in the Deluxe Edition. Read my full Goodreads review of that here. The is best read as a complete story along with the Volume 1 and 3 or as a whole in the Deluxe Edition. Read my full Goodreads review of that here.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Paxton Holley

    I like the Ninjak character. I wanted to see how Valiant would update him. This was a great debut for the new Ninjak. Overall, though, only an okay title. Can't wait to read Ninjak in his own title. I like the Ninjak character. I wanted to see how Valiant would update him. This was a great debut for the new Ninjak. Overall, though, only an okay title. Can't wait to read Ninjak in his own title.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Reed Benson

    Still my favorite Valiant title.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Patrick Murray

    I enjoyed it Will you? Who knows until you give it a chance! Names Paddy, I need a few more words to write 😀

  28. 5 out of 5

    Kavinay

    Better than I expected, but still not really doing much besides the 90s action movie tropes. :)

  29. 5 out of 5

    Shawn M.

    Volumes 1 was better than this one but it was more than ok.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brannigan

    I am really loving Valiant. It’s refreshing to dive into a new mythos and universe. This book as two of my favorites, Ninjak and XO Manowar.

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