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    Default EXCLUSIVE: Warren Simons Named Valiant Editor-in-Chief

    CBR has the first interview with Warren Simons about his new position as the fourth EIC in Valiant history, and a hint at what fans can expect at SDCC.


    Full article here.

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    Nice to see good work rewarded in this day and age in business.

    Congrats to Mr.Simons.

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    Valiant has been producing my favorite comics these past couple years and I'm excited to see what they're bringing to the table.

    That Sandoval art looks great. Looking back on his Ult Hawkeye, I think he would be a great artist to rotate in on the Harbinger line.

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    Congratulations Mr Simons ! I love what you guys are doing. Love your "underutilized" approach.

    The honest simplicity of do it right is refreshing too and thanks for holding the line to 9 and retaining the quality.

    Cant wait for the Bloodshot movie !
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    I like hearing him speak of VALIANTS deep bench of legacy characters and that there are plans for them. The right opportunity just hasn't come along yet.
    Still hoping for an expansion of Ivar the Timewalker and Kay McHenry our Geomancer. Those roles are ones I'd like to see more of on characters we've just gotten a little coverage. For ones not yet seen Psi-Lords is right up there on my list.
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    I'm glad that he said they will focus on having nine titles maximum for their line. It really helps things keep from being stretched too thin with where they are right now. I like the slow and steady build, and it's nice to see that they want to keep that going instead of expanding too much at once.

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    I never got into Valiant the first time around, with Unity and now Armor Hunters I'm starting to like what I see. Looking to get into X-O Manowar next.

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    Quote Originally Posted by E-Man View Post
    I'm glad that he said they will focus on having nine titles maximum for their line. It really helps things keep from being stretched too thin with where they are right now. I like the slow and steady build, and it's nice to see that they want to keep that going instead of expanding too much at once.
    This.
    Everything seems so carefully crafted, it's impressive. Keeping things tight and cohesive is one of the positive rewards from following Valiant ! I'm really found of their batch of artists too, very talented.
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