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One of Valiants Best 1 juin 2014
Par Anarchy in the US - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I've said it before in my reviews of the other Valiant re-launch series and I'll say it again: Valiant Comics is where it is at. I've read every one of the newly launched series in deluxe edition format and have seen the light that is Valiant. X-O Manowar, Harbinger, Bloodshot, and now Archer & Armstrong join the ranks. So far, I have to say my new personal favorite series might just be A&A.

ARCHER & ARMSTRONG DELUXE EDITION VOL.1 collects the following:

Archer & Armstrong Volume 1: The Michelangelo Code TP (Issues #1-4)
Archer & Armstrong Volume 2: Wrath Of The Eternal Warrior (Issues #5-9)
Archer & Armstrong Volume 3: Far, Faraway (Issues #0, 10-13)

[Since each of the links above have far more detail per each book, please click on the links as I will not delve too much on the details.]

Obadiah Archer is a highly trained 17-year old soldier trained since birth for his mother and father and numerous other child agents. You see Archer's parents run a secret organization named The Sect that have done numerous things throughout human history and Archer is to find a man named Armstrong and assassinate him for some reason or the next. In a weird turn of events, Archer finds out the truth of his parents are using him for their own personal needs and Armstrong is a 10,000-year old immortal that is the key to finding The Boon, the device that made Armstrong immortal. Both characters have to save the world and set things right, even if things get a little whacky to get their like taking on Wall Street, trying to out run the Eternal Warrior, and traveling to places like ancient Sumeria, going to Area 51, and even other dimensions, all uncovering many hidden truths and mysteries of human history.

Of the many Valiant re-launches, A&A is one of the extreme few who drastically changed from the original series. Now this could be disappointing for old fans of the first series, but someone who is new to franchise, I adored this take on the Odd Couple of comics. Seeing as X-O Manowar is the summer blockbuster of Valiant, Harbinger is action-heavy with strong character development; Quantum & Woody is pure comedy, and Bloodshot is action series of a character trying to find out who he really is. So for me, why A&A is now my favorite title is because it strikes the perfect blend of all of Valiants series just right with just enough action to not be over-bearing, enough laughs to not take away from the fabulous globe-trotting story, and plenty of surprise twist and little nods to the entire Valiant Universe without readers needing to know what's going on in other series. So although most of the Valiant line is doing great things, for me, this might be my favorite of the bunch.

This is greatly do to writer Fred Van Lente making just the right amount ingredients for this series and showing it through the main characters. Archer being the uptight/straight man who is naïve of the world yet shows a great deal of respect and hope, while Armstrong is the 10,000 year old hedonist/poet who wants to enjoy life but wants to set things right for the world and the truths behind them. This not only makes for the perfect buddy comedy/adventure, but it does something that sets it apart from the other comics: history. A good deal of what makes this series enjoyable is Van Lente uses actual historical trivia in a fictional setting and it's played out nicely, especially since you start knowing just how much Armstrong had on numerous people and events throughout time. So I thoroughly enjoyed that aspect.

As with the other Valiant titles, a new artist comes on with each story arc, to which this series uses a simple-but-somewhat cartoony style to match the tone. Clayton Henry does majority of the art, with Emanuela Lupacchino and Pere Perez doing a fair share of back art. All three share a very similar art style and tone, so for 14-issues, the art style stays consistent.

This is the part of my reviews where I like to give my negatives or possible setbacks for readers, but for some reason, I am at a loss of words. I never found a real annoyance because I feel this series hits all aspects of a good comic series. I'm sure there will be someone who picks this up and trashes it and writes it all down, but for this review, I got nothing to say in that aspect.

So, ARCHER & ARMSTRONG DELUXE EDITION VOL.1 is a well-rounded series that is well worth your time trying out. Adventure, action, comedy, a strong plot, little Easter eggs for Valiant fans, and great usage of history make for another must-read from Valiant. This deluxe edition adds additional pages of concept art, story boards with scripts, and variant covers that are standards in DE's, but this series is solid even without the extras and for the price. I've said it before and I'll say it again, if you haven't gotten on the Valiant bandwagon, these deluxe editions are great for that reason. This, X-O Manowar, and Harbinger are all big pickups from view point.
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The 1% don't want you to buy this book. 24 septembre 2014
Par Neil Cameron - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I love the revamped Archer & Armstrong and this deluxe edition much like the rest of VEI Oversized Hardcovers offers an incredible value as you get over a years (14 issues in all) worth of comics as well as an overwhelming amount of bonus art and other behind the scenes items at a great price. It is truly the criterion edition of comics. If this book were coming from another publisher you would Marvel at the 75.00 price tag or more likely DeCide you do not want to buy a book with a binding that feel like it will fall apart.

As for the story itself the introduction to Armstrong a man blessed/cursed with immortality and how he initially meets up with Armstrong, a boy trained his whole life to be the perfect killing machine in the name of God is frankly hysterical. Fred Van Lente's story using the Occupy Wallstreet as a backdrop with the idea of the 1% as comic book villains was utter genius. I could tell you more about the story just know that it is an utterly satisfying romp around the world as our mis-matched pair of heroes start off as enemies and then join together. But as impressive as the writing is and it is at times laugh out loud funny, even better is the amazing art work.

I would recommend this book to any comic fan who wants to get away from the non-stop darkness and foreboding of the big 2 that seems to try to take itself far too seriously. This is a book the perfectly encapsulates the unadulterated joy that comics can be.
Crazy, crazy, crazy 16 novembre 2014
Par The Smiling Stallion Inn - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I decided to check out Archer and Armstrong, not quite knowing what to expect, and oh boy, this is one of the most outrageous and crazy comics/graphic novels I have ever read. (Admittedly, I don't read a wide range of comics, just some fantasy, scifi/fantasy, and a wee bit of superhero comics.) So going into this, expect a lot of conspiracy theory or fake conspiracy theory style shenanigans with monstrous super-cults that have controlled the world for thousands of years, teaming up or conspiring against each other in the Sect.

The story starts off with Armstrong, an immortal who has been around since the Sumerian/ancient Mesopotamia times and even wrote the Epic of Gilgamesh based on his adventures with his brothers in an outlandish, alien dimension known as the Faraway. Then fast-forward to a modern day Christian fundamentalist theme-park where Obadiah, or Obie, Archer has been raised in a large family of adopted siblings, trained by his senator and preacher parents to kill He Who Must Not Be Named--Armstrong.

In a series of circumstances, Archer and Armstrong wind up teaming together to stop the monstrous plans of the evil Sect that could destroy the world and solve the mystery surrounding the Faraway...

At times it's okay, even great and funny, although some of the character development is paper-thin. And crazy, outlandish plots do jump around a lot and makes things difficult to handle unless you're ready for some craziness and stuff that doesn't make much sense at times.
Archer and Armstrong Always Make Me Laugh 23 août 2014
Par Un client - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I absolutely love Archer and Armstrong. It's one of those books that's continuously reliable in it's quality. Mostly, that's due to having a single writer, Fred Van Lente, throughout each and everyone of the issues in this volume, but it's also in the art (I loves me some Emanuella Luappachino) and in just the general tone of the book.

As with the previous Deluxe Editions, this one contains the first three story arcs of the ongoing title. One of the things I love about having so much material together in one place is that you get to watch the series, and the characters, grow without having to move through three separate volumes. It's all right there in one place. Also again, as with past volumes, this is a well-made, high quality item that offers oversize art and a lot of extras. For the price, these just have so much more to offer than the standard softcover trades.
I love Valiant Comics and I love these editions, so I'm all in with 4 volumes on my shelf and the fifth on preorder. Do your self a favor and get yours/
A wonderfully entertaining adventure! 26 mars 2015
Par sihz - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Though I've never read any valiant comics before (except for one battered X-O Manowar trade somewhere in the late-90s), I've been hearing a great deal about how good the titles in Valiant's relaunched line are and so decided to give one a try. I went for A&A because it promised action, adventure and humor and it did not disappoint. The story barrels along at a nice clip, acquiring backstory and additional characters along the way and wraps up the main plot thread nicely while opening up avenues for further adventures, so that one wants to keep reading. The art is great. The product itself is good too, with solid sewn binding, a faux leather cover and a bunch of extras which mostly consist of art pages and variant covers to be enjoyed by those who like that sort of thing. I'll definitely be picking up volume 2 whenever it comes out and will be giving more of the valiant line a shot in this nice oversize cover format.
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