If you are hoping to get a super rare-ish edition of Bloodshot Salvation #1, Ninja-K #1, and Quantum and Woody #1, you better be nice to your LCS owner, as Valiant Entertainment plans to give retailers blind-bagged editions of these books out during the annual Diamond Retailer Appreciation Breakfast.


Featuring the complete colored artwork and jaw-dropping action of the first issue of Valiant’s next pivotal ongoing series, the full-on sensory assault of September’s blockbuster series debut from New York Times best-selling writer Jeff Lemire (BLOODSHOT REBORN, Black Hammer) and extraordinary artists Lewis LaRosa (BLOODSHOT REBORN) and Mico Suayan (BLOODSHOT REBORN) must be seen to be believed


Go inside the classified history of MI-6’s “Ninja Programme” with this one-of-a-kind look into writer Christos Gage’s (Netflix’s Daredevil) action-fueled first issue with heatseeking artist Tomas Giorello (X-O MANOWAR), set to clock in at a colossal 40 pages when it hits stands in November


Don’t worry – it’s not really blank! (Well, kind of…) Before the world’s worst superheroes explode back into stores in December, get a “look” at the superpower mayhem that rising star Daniel Kibblesmith (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) and eye-popping artist Kano (Daredevil) are cooking up right here – plus a special surprise guest appearance by Eisner Award-nominated artist Joe Eisma (Archie)!

If you are a retailer who can’t attend the Diamond Retailer Breakfast, get a hold of Valiant right away and they can help you out. If you are a fan that wants a copy of these comics, you better be super nice to your local retailer as they are the only ones who can get copies of these. My guess is a low print run, will allow retailers to sell these copies for a pretty penny when they return from the San Diego Comic-Con, thus offsetting some of the cost of the trip.

via Valiant Entertainment


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