Valiant High PDF/EPUB Á Kindle Edition

Valiant High PDF/EPUB Á Kindle Edition
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  • Kindle Edition
  • 107 pages
  • Valiant High
  • Daniel Kibblesmith
  • English
  • 17 March 2018

Valiant High[Ebook] ➧ Valiant High Author Daniel Kibblesmith – Essayreview.co.uk TEENAGERS TODAY HEROES TOMORROW A unique entry point that s perfect for new fans and longtime readers alike, Valiant High presents a hilarious reimagining of Valiant s award winning superhero universe TEENAGERS TODAY HEROES TOMORROW A unique entry point that s perfect for new fans and longtime readers alike, Valiant High presents a hilarious reimagining of Valiant s award winning superhero universe one where the next world ending cataclysm will have to wait until after prom night Before they became legends, the world s most formidable heroes were roaming the halls at Valiant High a super powered preparatory academy where Aric X O Manowar Dacia is a record setting running back, Colin Ninjak King is a debonair foreign exchange student, and Coach Bloodshot is way, way too into dodgeball Now, Amanda Livewire McKee and her best friend, Faith Zephyr Herbert, are taking it all in for the first time at the one high school where power trumps popularity From The Late Show with Stephen Colbert writer Daniel Kibblesmith, artist Derek Charm Jughead and David Baron BLOODSHOT REBORN , this highly anticipated comiXology originals series takes Valiant s biggest and most beloved superheroes out of battle and into the greatest challenge of all high school Collecting Valiant High.


About the Author: Daniel Kibblesmith

Daniel Kibblesmith is an Emmy nominated TV writer and author from Oak Park, IllinoisIn television, he was a staff writer for The Late Show With Stephen Colbert , and the writer for Celebrating Marvel s Stan Lee He currently writes comics for Marvel, like Loki , New Warriors and various for Marvel, DC Valiant, and Boom StudiosHe is the author of the picture books Princess Dinosaur LBYR, and Santa s Husband Harper Design, with illustrator, AP Quach, and co author of the humor book How To Win At Everything Chronicle, with Sam WeinerHe was also a founding Associate Editor of ClickHole , former Humor Editor for BuzzFeed , and has written humor for outlets like The New Yorker, McSweeneys, APM s Marketplace, and The Onion News NetworkHe works and lives in New York City, with his favorite author, Jennifer WrightFollow him on social media Kibblesmith.


10 thoughts on “Valiant High

  1. says:

    The Valiant universe mashed up with Archie Valiant even brought one of the Jughead artists over in Derek Charm Unfortunately, this was just boring It had potential to be funny if they had tried to parody these types of books But they play it straight and it just feel like Valiant trying to jump on the DC Super Hero Girls bandwagon.Received an advance copy from Valiant and Edelweiss All thoughts are my own and in no way influenced by the aforementioned.

  2. says:

    High school is tough, even for super heroes They deal with all the same problems high schoolers have while fighting evil Home coming takes on a whole new meaning when you and your date have super powers Excellent story with excellent art

  3. says:

    I had high hopes for this story, and it exceeded those pretty easily It s essentially a mash up of Valiant Universe and the gang from Riverdale In fact, Valiant High could easily fill in for anyone looking for modern Archie comics done in the classic, All American vein especially with how the CW show goes for a noirish murder mystery.Despite being set in an alternate universe where its characters are perpetually in high school, it still feels like a Valiant comic The setting is different, bu I had high hopes for this story, and it exceeded those pretty easily It s essentially a mash up of Valiant Universe and the gang from Riverdale In fact, Valiant High could easily fill in for anyone looking for modern Archie comics done in the classic, All American vein especially with how the CW show goes for a noirish murder mystery.Despite being set in an alternate universe where its characters are perpetually in high school, it still feels like a Valiant comic The setting is different, but even a casual Valiant reader would still find the characters recognizable and true There road towards icon status is long and daunting, but Valaint is doing right movies with its characters going in that direction

  4. says:

    Valiant High seems like a mash up of the gang from Riverdale and the cast from Xavier s School for Gifted Youngsters from the X Men.The storylines as well as the art were okay but nothing original that I haven t read before I most liked the covers from the first and fourth story in the series but was disappointed that the artist who designed the covers did not do the inside story art as well.I voluntarily read this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I downloaded this book beca Valiant High seems like a mash up of the gang from Riverdale and the cast from Xavier s School for Gifted Youngsters from the X Men.The storylines as well as the art were okay but nothing original that I haven t read before I most liked the covers from the first and fourth story in the series but was disappointed that the artist who designed the covers did not do the inside story art as well.I voluntarily read this ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I downloaded this book because the cover drew me in

  5. says:

    I enjoyed the alternate take on the Valiant characters by placing them into a high school setting It allowed the characters to interact in different ways while keeping the core of each one intact There are some humorous moments that take full advantage of the history of these characters.The story didn t wow me though I felt like this existed solely for the purpose of throwing the characters into this idea and to draw in a younger group of readers It seemed to lack a real conflict that would I enjoyed the alternate take on the Valiant characters by placing them into a high school setting It allowed the characters to interact in different ways while keeping the core of each one intact There are some humorous moments that take full advantage of the history of these characters.The story didn t wow me though I felt like this existed solely for the purpose of throwing the characters into this idea and to draw in a younger group of readers It seemed to lack a real conflict that would have made me feelinvested in the book I did like the art It fit the story pretty well And the color choices were superb

  6. says:

    I received a copy of Valiant High through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review Valiant High is part of comiXology s new Originals line If you ve read anything of Valiant s superheroes, then you re probably going to recognize a lot of the characters that show up here There s Aric X O Manowar Dacia, Colin Ninjak King, Faith Zephyr Herbert, and Amanda Livewire McKee They re in an alternate universe that isn t, where they ve been thrown into a new setting, reimagining thes I received a copy of Valiant High through NetGalley in exchange for a fair and honest review Valiant High is part of comiXology s new Originals line If you ve read anything of Valiant s superheroes, then you re probably going to recognize a lot of the characters that show up here There s Aric X O Manowar Dacia, Colin Ninjak King, Faith Zephyr Herbert, and Amanda Livewire McKee They re in an alternate universe that isn t, where they ve been thrown into a new setting, reimagining these heroes as if they were in a superhero high school view spoiler I ll be honest with you here I wasn t really sure what to expect from this series Re imagined stories like this can go one of two ways they can either be absolutely fantastic or pretty terrible I was hoping this would be the former, but without diving right in there really was no way to be sure In truth, I was pleasantly surprised Valiant High lived up to my hopes and actually exceeded them by leaps and bounds It was funny, quirky, and unique The characters were believable in their situation, and while they were changed, it seemed to only be done so that they d fit in with their new environments I ve always liked the concept of a high school meant for superhumans I can probably thank X Men or even Harry Potter for that one It just seems like a light and fun concept though, you know And that s certainly the case for Valiant High While they do face dangers, and have their own fights and internal squabbles, it was overall a fun and easy read What s really great about this series is that it s perfect for both the longtime fans and new ones as well Personally I ve only read Faith s series, but I had no trouble understand any of the other characters or their new histories And obviously I was thrilled to see Faith and how they had made her character fit into this world I imagine most fans would feel the same way I m really happy with how this series turned out on the whole, so I hope that they continue with it It d be fun to see where they got with it, and what sorts of long term plots they start establishing hide spoiler Forreviews, check out Quirky Cat s Fat Stacks

  7. says:

    Archie, but with superheroes Honestly, there aren t enough comic books starring teens There definitely aren t enough comic books exploring adult heroes AS teens But this does both and I am totally here for it.I had Valiant High on my radar but it wasn t until James at Isotope Comics shoutout to my amazing store placed issue one in my hands that I knew I had to read the series The art on this story is vivid and attractive, as are the characters I loved getting to know various Valiant chara Archie, but with superheroes Honestly, there aren t enough comic books starring teens There definitely aren t enough comic books exploring adult heroes AS teens But this does both and I am totally here for it.I had Valiant High on my radar but it wasn t until James at Isotope Comics shoutout to my amazing store placed issue one in my hands that I knew I had to read the series The art on this story is vivid and attractive, as are the characters I loved getting to know various Valiant characters through this story, which was the focus versus the story I read Faith and I have Livewire on my TBR but seeing them and so manycharacters made me eveninterested in the Valiant universe I especially loved how a character was called on a non consensual kiss Wish there werethan 4 issues

  8. says:

    I received this book from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review.Welp, this wasn t good I was bored out of my mind for most of the book Whiny characters, lame drama, not that good art style at least it isn t my kind of style, not saying it is a bad art style.I was quite excited about this one, and I finally decided to just go for it and request it I quite like superheroes, though I cannot for life remember if I ever cared that much about the Valiant universe But still, I cannot resist I received this book from Edelweiss in exchange of an honest review.Welp, this wasn t good I was bored out of my mind for most of the book Whiny characters, lame drama, not that good art style at least it isn t my kind of style, not saying it is a bad art style.I was quite excited about this one, and I finally decided to just go for it and request it I quite like superheroes, though I cannot for life remember if I ever cared that much about the Valiant universe But still, I cannot resist a story that reincarnates characters into a school setting Having them be students instead of crime fighters.This comic places the superheroes in school, high school to be exact Drama, powers that need to be balanced and as it seems hidden, romance, friendship But also tons of boredom and I frankly didn t have one character I truly loved Oh wait, no, correction, I had one girl The girl who could fly Lol, only I have totally forgotten her name already, let s see Ah, Faith Faith, I just adored that girl who was a bit chubby but all happy in her skin and I adored that she could fly.The teachers are also superheroes though they are generally thetired versions of our teens.I did think it was weird that people would get punished if they used their powers I can understand slightly that it may get chaotic, and that some powers aren t meant to be used during several things like telepathy during tests or using it to bully or hurt someone But I have also read enough superhero stuff were it never went wrong You would see people fly by over the heads of those who can t fly, use their strength to open up lockers.I am also a bit tired of the fact that apparently people who do athletics, the jocks, get the free reign by the teachers It is something I have seen in other things, and it just annoys me to no end.There was also some drama and instead of enjoying it or wanting to know , I was just rolling my eyes which is so not a thing I wanted to do this week due to what happened on Sunday.We also got some mystery, action, and a villain I was not that impressed with it Especially given how fast everything was over Like one moment everything went to hell, the next everything is solved.I am not really up to talkingabout this book, I just want to stop and forget about it.Review first posted at

  9. says:

    I really enjoyed this one Cute, bright colors and always interesting to see supers as teens.What pushed this from 3 to 4 stars was the non double standard and females as equal to men How you ask The MC, a female, kissed her male crush out of the blue He didn t ask for it, nor was he overly positive about it ie he didn t kiss back.The next day, she apologized and acknowledged to him that if she was a guy and he a girl, that would have been at the least unwanted attention and assault He I really enjoyed this one Cute, bright colors and always interesting to see supers as teens.What pushed this from 3 to 4 stars was the non double standard and females as equal to men How you ask The MC, a female, kissed her male crush out of the blue He didn t ask for it, nor was he overly positive about it ie he didn t kiss back.The next day, she apologized and acknowledged to him that if she was a guy and he a girl, that would have been at the least unwanted attention and assault He also acknowledged it and accepted her apology.So Much YES If women are to be seen as equals to men, then they need to be held accountable for the same bad behaviors, as well as listened to and respected So 4 stars for this one from me Disclaimer I received this as a complimentary eBook from the publisher That does not affect my review in any way This book stands on its own merits

  10. says:

    Yes, I ve been on a bit of a graphic novel binge lately on Netgalley Every time I saw a graphic novel that looked remotely interesting, I would request it And Valiant High was just one of the ones that I requested Before they became legends, the world s most formidable heroes were roaming the halls at Valiant High a super powered preparatory academy where Aric X O Manowar Dacia is a record setting running back, Colin Ninjak King is a debonair foreign exchange student, and Coach Bloodshot Yes, I ve been on a bit of a graphic novel binge lately on Netgalley Every time I saw a graphic novel that looked remotely interesting, I would request it And Valiant High was just one of the ones that I requested Before they became legends, the world s most formidable heroes were roaming the halls at Valiant High a super powered preparatory academy where Aric X O Manowar Dacia is a record setting running back, Colin Ninjak King is a debonair foreign exchange student, and Coach Bloodshot is way, way too into dodgeball Now, Amanda Livewire McKee and her best friend, Faith Zephyr Herbert, are taking it all in for the first time at the one high school where power trumps popularity From rising star Daniel Kibblesmith The Late Show with Stephen Colbert and Eisner Award winning artist Derek Charm Jughead , get ready for your first day of school inside a hilarious reimagining of Valiant s award winning superhero universe one where the next world ending cataclysm will have to wait until after prom night I never realised that this graphic novel was a prequel of some sorts to the Valiant superheroes I haven t even read or even heard of the superheroes, so I was going into this completely blind For those of you who have read the comic books of the Valiant superheroes, then I think you ll have a lot of fun seeing what the superheroes were like in high school And if like me, you haven t read the original comic books, then I think you will still find this graphic novel still accessible.I really enjoyed reading this graphic novel I loved its bright colours and I loved seeing teen superheroes You always see them as adults and taking on loads of responsibilities of saving the world blah blah blah, but it s so interesting to see them in high school and having to deal with all of the problems with high school.What made this graphic novel 3 stars for me was the diversity throughout, and I also liked how Kibblesmith conveyed a world of double standards There is a point in the graphic novel where our main character who is a female kisses her male crush without his consent If a male had done this to a female, there would have been an uproar However, the next day, the main character apologises to the boy and actually says that if she was a man, and he a girl it would have been considered assault After that, he accepts her apology I just thought that this was amazing This is what feminism is Feminists don t want women to rule the world , or to be better than men, we went to be equal, and this is being seen as equal It s not ok for men to sexualise women, but when women sexualise men, it s ok It s all about equality It s all about having the same rule being applied to all genders.Anyway, feminism rant over But hopefully, you see what I mean about Kibblesmith doing a brilliant job of conveying double standards within society.The only negative about this graphic novel was that some things moved a little bit too fast, and I would have loved to seeof the characters outside of school , but maybe we ll get to see that in future issues.I definitely think that there is room for these characters to improve and to have brilliant character development over future issues, and I think that when the next volumes come out, I will be reading them.Disclaimer this book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review

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