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26th Nov '16 6:26:27 AM Morgenthaler
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* LighterAndSofter: Whereas most incarnations of Ninjak star Colin King, British secret agent ninja, Valiant Heroes 2 went in a different direction. Denny Meechum was a high school student who got magic ninja powers by solving a hidden puzzle in a video game, then had to fight all the villains from said game. KurtBusiek wrote the series in a tone very similar to that of early Spider-Man (Colin King does have a recurring role, but he's not a ninja here).

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* LighterAndSofter: Whereas most incarnations of Ninjak star Colin King, British secret agent ninja, Valiant Heroes 2 went in a different direction. Denny Meechum was a high school student who got magic ninja powers by solving a hidden puzzle in a video game, then had to fight all the villains from said game. KurtBusiek Creator/KurtBusiek wrote the series in a tone very similar to that of early Spider-Man (Colin King does have a recurring role, but he's not a ninja here).
21st Oct '16 3:13:15 PM Watchtower
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* ''Eternal Warrior'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin An immortal warrior]], one of only a handful of characters to see both the 20th and 41st centuries.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''



* ''ComicBook/DoctorSolar''[[note]]Known in-universe as ''Solar, Man of the Atom''[[/note]]: A freak accident gives a scientist the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
[[/index]]
* ''Eternal Warrior'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin An immortal warrior]], one of only a handful of characters to see both the 20th and 41st centuries.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
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* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'': A freak accident gives a scientist the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
21st Oct '16 11:06:17 AM Watchtower
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At New York Comic Con 2016, Valian announced a brand new web series called ''Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe'', co-created by Bat in the Sun Productions, creator of ''WebVideo/SuperPowerBeatDown''.

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At New York Comic Con 2016, Valian Valiant announced a brand new web series called ''Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe'', co-created by Bat in the Sun Productions, creator of ''WebVideo/SuperPowerBeatDown''.



* ''ComicBook/{{Faith}}'': An overweight nerdy woman is given the power of flight, and uses it to be a superhero in Los Angeles.'''[[superscript:1 (no title), 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/{{Faith}}'': ''[[ComicBook/FaithValiantComics Faith]]'': An overweight nerdy woman is given the power of flight, and uses it to be a superhero in Los Angeles.'''[[superscript:1 (no title), 3]]'''



* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': [[RuleOfThree Yet another immortal]], but this one has a map to portals that allow him to time travel.'''[[superscript:1, 2 (no title), 3]]

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* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': [[RuleOfThree Yet another immortal]], but this one has a map to portals that allow him to time travel.'''[[superscript:1, 2 (no title), 3]]3]]'''



* ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem'''''[[superscript:0]]'''
** ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfZelda''

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* ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem'''''[[superscript:0]]'''
''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem'': A collection of licensed Creator/{{Nintendo}} comics before Valiant created their superhero universe.'''[[superscript:0]]'''
** ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfZelda'' has its own page.



* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''

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* ''Rai and the Future Force'': ''Rai'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''



* ''Savage'': A French soccer player, his supermodel wife, and their son crash-land onto a mysterious island full of dinosaurs, forcing them to fight to survive.'''[[superscript:3]]'''

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* ''Savage'': A French soccer player, his supermodel wife, and their son crash-land onto a mysterious island full of dinosaurs, forcing them to fight to survive.for survival.'''[[superscript:3]]'''



* ''[[ComicBook/SolarManOfTheAtom Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''

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* ''[[ComicBook/SolarManOfTheAtom ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', Atom]]'': A freak accident gives a man with scientist the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''



* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained gains an alien robotic suit, suit and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.technology]]).'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''3]]'''
** The 2012 reboot is mostly the same but removes the corporate angle, instead eventually making him TheGoodKing of a colony in Nebraska.
21st Oct '16 8:59:52 AM gabknight2005
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* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': [[RuleOfThree Yet another immortal]], but this one has a map to portals that allow him to time travel.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]

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* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': [[RuleOfThree Yet another immortal]], but this one has a map to portals that allow him to time travel.'''[[superscript:1, 2 (no title), 3]]
20th Oct '16 3:07:13 PM Watchtower
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** The 2012 reboot is mostly the same, but changes Archer into the son of religious fundamentalists.



* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines nanomachines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''3]]'''
** The 2012 reboot removes both the Japanese influences and his backstory as a hitman, instead leaving it ambiguous.



* ''Britannia'''''[[superscript:3]]'''

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* ''Britannia'''''[[superscript:3]]'''''Britannia'': A detective of TheRomanEmpire is ordered to investigate supernatural events in the land of Britannia.'''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''Divinity'': A Russian cosmonaut from the Cold War is sent on a mission and returns to Earth with godlike powers.'''[[superscript:3]]'''



** The 2012 reboot focuses instead on an Asian paranormal investigator trying to find a way to restore ''her'' dead husband.



* ''Faith'''''[[superscript:1 (no title), 3]]'''
* ''Generation Zero'''''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''H.A.R.D. Corps'': A group of comatose Vietnam Vets are revived through the use of brain implants that give them the psionic powers of the Harbingers, but only one at a time.'''[[superscript:1, 3 (no title)]]'''



* ''ComicBook/{{Faith}}'': An overweight nerdy woman is given the power of flight, and uses it to be a superhero in Los Angeles.'''[[superscript:1 (no title), 3]]'''
* ''Generation Zero'': A group of children with strange powers help investigate why a small town has suddenly become technologically advanced.'''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''H.A.R.D. Corps'': A group of comatose Vietnam Vets are revived through the use of brain implants that give them the psionic powers of the Harbingers, but only one at a time.'''[[superscript:1, 3 (no title)]]'''



[[/index]]
* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': [[RuleOfThree Yet another immortal]], but this one has a map to portals that allow him to time travel.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]
[[index]]



* ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'':What if Franchise/JamesBond were a ninja warrior?'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'':What ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'': What if Franchise/JamesBond were was a ninja warrior?'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''3]]'''
** The Acclaim reboot radically changes the character, focusing on a young teenager who gets spectacular ninja powers from a video game.



* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan. Through his veins flows the "blood of heroes", the same blood that flowed through the 20th century hero Bloodshot.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Savage'''''[[superscript:3]]'''

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* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan. Through his veins flows the "blood of heroes", the same blood that flowed through the 20th century hero Bloodshot.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
** The original run was briefly retooled into both ''Rai and the Future Force'' and ''The New Rai''.
* ''Savage'''''[[superscript:3]]'''''Savage'': A French soccer player, his supermodel wife, and their son crash-land onto a mysterious island full of dinosaurs, forcing them to fight to survive.'''[[superscript:3]]'''



* ''The Visitor'''''[[superscript:1]]'''

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* ''The Visitor'''''[[superscript:1]]'''Visitor'': A mysterious alien-like superhero finds himself at odds with the rest of the Valiant universe.'''[[superscript:1]]'''



* ''Unity'''''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''




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* ''Unity'': Valiant's first major CrisisCrossover.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
** The reboot instead uses the name for their resident SuperTeam.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
[[/index]]
20th Oct '16 8:44:34 AM Watchtower
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* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''

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* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar ''[[ComicBook/SolarManOfTheAtom Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
20th Oct '16 8:36:25 AM Watchtower
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20th Oct '16 8:19:20 AM gabknight2005
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* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' - Archer is a martial artist monk with {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}s. Armstrong is an effectively immortal brawler and drunkard. Both are being pursued by a largely incompetent cult as they have adventures and Armstrong tries to corrupt Archer.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Armorines'': Jarheads with cheap government-issue knock-offs of X-O Manowar's armor.'''[[superscript:1, 3 (no title)]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' - Archer is a martial artist monk with {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}s. Armstrong is an effectively immortal brawler and drunkard. Both are being pursued by a largely incompetent cult as they have adventures and Armstrong tries to corrupt Archer.'''[[superscript:1, 2 (no title), 3]]'''
* ''Armorines'': Jarheads with cheap government-issue knock-offs of X-O Manowar's armor.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3 (no title)]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''



* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'': A group of super powered teens are on the run for their lives from an evil business man.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''

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* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'': A group of super powered teens are on the run for their lives from an evil business man.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 2 (a one shot), 3]]'''
19th Oct '16 12:18:11 PM Watchtower
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19th Oct '16 12:10:20 PM Watchtower
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* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' - Archer is a martial artist monk with {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}s. Armstrong is an effectively immortal brawler and drunkard. Both are being pursued by a largely incompetent cult as they have adventures and Armstrong tries to corrupt Archer.
* ''Armorines'': Jarheads with cheap government-issue knock-offs of X-O Manowar's armor.
* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]

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* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' - Archer is a martial artist monk with {{Charles Atlas Superpower}}s. Armstrong is an effectively immortal brawler and drunkard. Both are being pursued by a largely incompetent cult as they have adventures and Armstrong tries to corrupt Archer.
Archer.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Armorines'': Jarheads with cheap government-issue knock-offs of X-O Manowar's armor.
armor.'''[[superscript:1, 3 (no title)]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Bloodshot}}'': A Mafia hitman is betrayed by his family and left for dead. His Body is found by "Project Rising Spirit" who inject him with Nano-machines that resurrect him and turn him into a Japanese flag themed superhero [[LaserGuidedAmnesia who doesn't remember his past.]]]]'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Britannia'''''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''Doctor Mirage'': A ghostly "necromancer" who fights evil with his sexy Brazilian wife.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Eternal Warrior'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin An immortal warrior]], one of only a handful of characters to see both the 20th and 41st centuries.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
* ''Faith'''''[[superscript:1 (no title), 3]]'''
* ''Generation Zero'''''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''H.A.R.D. Corps'': A group of comatose Vietnam Vets are revived through the use of brain implants that give them the psionic powers of the Harbingers, but only one at a time.'''[[superscript:1, 3 (no title)]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'': A group of super powered teens are on the run for their lives from an evil business man.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
* ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'': In the 41st century, he must protect Nor Am from the invasion of the Malev robots.'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'':What if Franchise/JamesBond were a ninja warrior?'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
* ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem'''''[[superscript:0]]'''
** ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfZelda''
* ''Psi-Lords'': In the 41st century, the descendants of the H.A.R.D. Corps have become the most powerful psionic warriors in the known galaxy.'''[[superscript:1]]'''
* ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'': A comedy about starring the world's worst superheroes. Perhaps the only series from the Acclaim Era that is fondly remembered.'''[[superscript:2, 3]]'''
* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan. Through his veins flows the "blood of heroes", the same blood that flowed through the 20th century hero Bloodshot.'''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''Savage'''''[[superscript:3]]'''
* ''Secret Weapons'': A team made up of Valiant's most popular characters.'''[[superscript:1]]'''
* ''ComicBook/ShadowMan'': An African-American living in New Orleans discovers he is a powerful voodoo magician.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''
* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
* ''The Visitor'''''[[superscript:1]]'''
* ''ComicBook/{{Turok}} Dinosaur Hunter'': A Navajo Warrior named Tal'Set who lives in the Lost Lands; a [[AfterTheEnd Post-Apocalyptic]] ScavengerWorld where "Time has no Meaning" and people armed with futuristic technology are trapped in an endless battle with a plague of Genetically-Engineered Dinosaurs.'''[[superscript:1, 2]]'''
* ''Unity'''''[[superscript:1, 3]]'''
* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.'''[[superscript:1, 2, 3]]'''



* ''Doctor Mirage'': A ghostly "necromancer" who fights evil with his sexy Brazilian wife.
* ''Eternal Warrior'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin An immortal warrior]], one of only a handful of characters to see both the 20th and 41st centuries.
* ''H.A.R.D. Corps'': A group of comatose Vietnam Vets are revived through the use of brain implants that give them the psionic powers of the Harbingers, but only one at a time.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'': A group of super powered teens are on the run for their lives from an evil business man.
* ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'': In the 41st century, he must protect Nor Am from the invasion of the Malev robots.
[[/index]]
** Currently an ongoing ContinuityReboot series under Creator/DarkHorseComics.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'':What if Franchise/JamesBond were a ninja warrior?
* ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem''
** ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfZelda''
[[/index]]
* ''Psi Lords'': In the 41st century, the descendants of the H.A.R.D. Corps have become the most powerful psionic warriors in the known galaxy.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'': A comedy about starring the world's worst superheroes. Perhaps the only series from the Acclaim Era that is fondly remembered.
[[/index]]
* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan. Through his veins flows the "blood of heroes", the same blood that flowed through the 20th century hero Bloodshot.
* ''Secret Weapons'': A team made up of Valiant's most popular characters.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/ShadowMan'': An African-American living in New Orleans discovers he is a powerful voodoo magician.
* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Turok}} Dinosaur Hunter'': A Navajo Warrior named Tal'Set who lives in the Lost Lands; a [[AfterTheEnd Post-Apocalyptic]] ScavengerWorld where "Time has no Meaning" and people armed with futuristic technology are trapped in an endless battle with a plague of Genetically-Engineered Dinosaurs.
[[/index]]
** Currently an ongoing ContinuityReboot series under Creator/DarkHorseComics.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.
[[/index]]


Titles published under the Valiant Entertainment ContinuityReboot are (in release order):
* ''XO-Manowar'' (May 2012)
* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'' (June 2012)
** ''Harbringer Renegades'' (November 2016)
* ''Bloodshot'' (July 2012)
** Went through a ReTool into ''Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps'' with issue 14.
** ''Bloodshot Reborn'': A retooling of the character following the events of ''The Valiant''. (April 2015)
** ''Bloodshot U.S.A.'' (October 2016)
* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' (August 2012)
** ''A+A: The Adventures of Archer and Armstrong'' (March 2016)
* ''Shadowman'' (November 2012)
* ''Harbinger Wars'': Valiant's 2013 event series, crossing over ''Harbinger'' and ''Bloodshot''. (April 2013)
* ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'' (July 2013)
* ''Eternal Warrior'' (September 2013)
** ''Wrath of the Eternal Warrior'': Relaunch following the events of ''Book of Death''. (November 2015)
* ''Unity'': A super-powered team face off against planetary-level threats. Members include X-O Manowar, Ninjak, Eternal Warrior and Livewire. (November 2013)
* ''Rai'' (April 2014)
* ''Armor Hunters'': Valiant's 2014 event, spinning out of ''X-O Manowar''. (June 2014)
* ''The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage'' (September 2014)
** ''The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage: Second Lives'' (December 2015)
* ''The Valiant'': A four issue miniseries focused around Geomancer and Eternal Warrior's fight against the Immortal Enemy. (December 2014)
* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': Replacing ''Archer & Armstrong'', depicting the adventures of the time traveller Ivar Anni-Padda. (January 2015)
* ''Imperium'': Replacing ''Harbinger''. Toyo Harada has recruited villains in his war for utopia. (February 2015)
* ''Divinity'': A four issue miniseries about a cosmonaut returning from space after thirty year, now with superhuman powers. (February 2015)
** ''Divinity II'' (April 2016)
** ''Divinity III'' (December 2016)
* ''Ninjak'': The solo adventures of Colin King. (March, 2015)
* ''Book of Death'': Valiant's 2015 event, following the events of ''The Valiant''. (July 2015)
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Faith|ValiantComics}}'': A four-issue miniseries focusing on the breakout character of ''Harbinger''. (January 2016)
** An ongoing series launched in June 2016.
[[/index]]
* ''Generation Zero'' (August 2016)
* ''Britannia'' (September 2016)
* ''Savage'' (November 2016)


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* ''Doctor Mirage'': A ghostly "necromancer" who fights evil with his sexy Brazilian wife.
* ''Eternal Warrior'': [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin An immortal warrior]], one of only a handful of characters to see both the 20th and 41st centuries.
* ''H.A.R.D. Corps'': A group of comatose Vietnam Vets are revived through the use of brain implants that give them the psionic powers of the Harbingers, but only one at a time.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'': A group of super powered teens are on the run for their lives from an evil business man.
* ''ComicBook/MagnusRobotFighter'': In the 41st century, he must protect Nor Am from the invasion of the Malev robots.
[[/index]]
** Currently an ongoing ContinuityReboot series under Creator/DarkHorseComics.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Ninjak}}'':What if Franchise/JamesBond were a ninja warrior?
* ''ComicBook/NintendoComicsSystem''
** ''Comicbook/TheLegendOfZelda''
[[/index]]
* ''Psi Lords'': In the 41st century, the descendants of the H.A.R.D. Corps have become the most powerful psionic warriors in the known galaxy.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'': A comedy about starring the world's worst superheroes. Perhaps the only series from the Acclaim Era that is fondly remembered.
[[/index]]
* ''Rai and the Future Force'': Rai is the protector of 41st century Japan. Through his veins flows the "blood of heroes", the same blood that flowed through the 20th century hero Bloodshot.
* ''Secret Weapons'': A team made up of Valiant's most popular characters.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/ShadowMan'': An African-American living in New Orleans discovers he is a powerful voodoo magician.
* ''[[ComicBook/DoctorSolar Solar, Man of the Atom]]'', a man with the power to [[RealityWarper reshape reality]].
* ''ComicBook/{{Turok}} Dinosaur Hunter'': A Navajo Warrior named Tal'Set who lives in the Lost Lands; a [[AfterTheEnd Post-Apocalyptic]] ScavengerWorld where "Time has no Meaning" and people armed with futuristic technology are trapped in an endless battle with a plague of Genetically-Engineered Dinosaurs.
[[/index]]
** Currently an ongoing ContinuityReboot series under Creator/DarkHorseComics.
[[index]]
* ''ComicBook/XOManowar'': A 5th century Visigothic Warrior who gained an alien robotic suit, and gets set though a timewarp to the modern era, where he befriends by a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corrupt]] [[BumblingSidekick (but incompetent)]] [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Corporate Executive]] ([[NaiveNewcomer who he doesn't know is just using him to steal his technology]]). [[HilarityEnsues Hilarity]] and [[BadAss awesomeness]] ensue.
[[/index]]


Titles published under

'''[-0: existed before
the Valiant Entertainment ContinuityReboot are (in release order):
* ''XO-Manowar'' (May 2012)
* ''ComicBook/{{Harbinger}}'' (June 2012)
** ''Harbringer Renegades'' (November 2016)
* ''Bloodshot'' (July 2012)
** Went through a ReTool into ''Bloodshot and H.A.R.D. Corps'' with issue 14.
** ''Bloodshot Reborn'': A retooling of
universe-]'''\\
'''[-1: existed in
the character original Valiant universe-]'''\\
'''[-2: existed in Acclaim's reboot-]'''\\
'''[-3: exists
following the events of ''The Valiant''. (April 2015)
** ''Bloodshot U.S.A.'' (October 2016)
* ''ComicBook/ArcherAndArmstrong'' (August 2012)
** ''A+A: The Adventures of Archer and Armstrong'' (March 2016)
* ''Shadowman'' (November 2012)
* ''Harbinger Wars'': Valiant's 2013 event series, crossing over ''Harbinger'' and ''Bloodshot''. (April 2013)
* ''ComicBook/QuantumAndWoody'' (July 2013)
* ''Eternal Warrior'' (September 2013)
** ''Wrath of the Eternal Warrior'': Relaunch following the events of ''Book of Death''. (November 2015)
* ''Unity'': A super-powered team face off against planetary-level threats. Members include X-O Manowar, Ninjak, Eternal Warrior and Livewire. (November 2013)
* ''Rai'' (April 2014)
* ''Armor Hunters'': Valiant's 2014 event, spinning out of ''X-O Manowar''. (June 2014)
* ''The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage'' (September 2014)
** ''The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage: Second Lives'' (December 2015)
* ''The Valiant'': A four issue miniseries focused around Geomancer and Eternal Warrior's fight against the Immortal Enemy. (December 2014)
* ''Ivar, Timewalker'': Replacing ''Archer & Armstrong'', depicting the adventures of the time traveller Ivar Anni-Padda. (January 2015)
* ''Imperium'': Replacing ''Harbinger''. Toyo Harada has recruited villains in his war for utopia. (February 2015)
* ''Divinity'': A four issue miniseries about a cosmonaut returning from space after thirty year, now with superhuman powers. (February 2015)
** ''Divinity II'' (April 2016)
** ''Divinity III'' (December 2016)
* ''Ninjak'': The solo adventures of Colin King. (March, 2015)
* ''Book of Death'': Valiant's 2015 event, following the events of ''The Valiant''. (July 2015)
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* ''ComicBook/{{Faith|ValiantComics}}'': A four-issue miniseries focusing on the breakout character of ''Harbinger''. (January 2016)
** An ongoing series launched in June 2016.
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* ''Generation Zero'' (August 2016)
* ''Britannia'' (September 2016)
* ''Savage'' (November 2016)

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