Robert Venditti J. Gwunfryn Jones Bryan Hitch Rafer Roberts Peter Milligan Justin Jordan Diego Bernard Andy Runton
X-O Manowar, Volume 6: Prelude to Armor Hunters
June 11, 2019 Comments.. 588
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  • Title: X-O Manowar, Volume 6: Prelude to Armor Hunters
  • Author: Robert Venditti J. Gwunfryn Jones Bryan Hitch Rafer Roberts Peter Milligan Justin Jordan Diego Bernard Andy Runton
  • ISBN: 9781939346407
  • Page: 335
  • Format: Paperback
  • Prelude to Armor Hunters The countdown to the most expansive Valiant Universe event yet starts now For eons, one threat above all others has brought pain and strife down upon civilizations across the universe the X O Manowar armor And now the Manowar has come to Earth What will follow in its wake The road to Armor Hunters begins here as Valiant superstars Robert VenPrelude to Armor Hunters The countdown to the most expansive Valiant Universe event yet starts now For eons, one threat above all others has brought pain and strife down upon civilizations across the universe the X O Manowar armor And now the Manowar has come to Earth What will follow in its wake The road to Armor Hunters begins here as Valiant superstars Robert Venditti and Diego Bernard unleash the opening salvo of the cataclysm that is come Collecting X O Manowar 23 25

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    1 Blog on “X-O Manowar, Volume 6: Prelude to Armor Hunters

    1. Sam Quixote says:

      In return for helping the US military, Aric is given a parcel of farmland in Nebraska for him and his people - the ancient Visigoths - to live in peace. But when you control the most powerful weapon in the world - Shanhara, the XO Manowar armour - life is anything but peaceful! On a salvage mission to recover Vine artifacts orbiting Earth, Aric encounters a hostile alien called Malgam wearing what looks to be part of a different XO Manowar armour. Meanwhile in a distant galaxy, a dangerous-looki [...]

    2. Scott (GrilledCheeseSamurai) says:

      2.5 stars if I could.This volume is only three issues long with the last issue (25) being a 48-page anniversary special.There really isn't much here. The first 2 issues contain a pretty cool space battle between Aric and some alien dude and the Visigoths are introduced to plumbing.The anniversary special is nothing really all that spectacular. A bunch of redundant short stories and an introduction to Armor Wars which is the upcoming event in the next volume. Yeah. Another crossover. Fuck me.

    3. Wing Kee says:

      A meh anniversary issue but good setup for Armor Hunters. World: The art is solid Valiant, this series is one of the better ones. The world building is solid, moving pieces and setting up the context for the X-O event coming up. I'm excited, it's a nice little concept and once again showing Valiant likes grey worlds which is enjoyable. Story: The story is simple and basic but it's well written and paced. The idea of the Armor Hunters and the current status quo for Aric and how it's gonna change [...]

    4. 47Time says:

      An alien crashes into debris near a Chinese orbital station. It's humanoid and has armor similar to Aric's, but badly damaged. Still, the creature is aggressive, so Aric is forced to fight it. (view spoiler)[Aric gets his ass handed to him and passes out from the onslaught, but the armor saves him on its own.(hide spoiler)]Then we get to see who the armor hunters are - a group of skilled warrior entraterrestrials of varying species whose task is to hunt users of armor like Aric's and purge all l [...]

    5. Andrew says:

      "Prelude to Armor Hunters" consists of a prolude to a cross-over event called Armor Hunters. It expands the mythos of the X-O armour - apparently there are many suits across the universe, and the armour hunters consider it an evil that must be destroyedI still found this volume enjoyable, the artwork is cool, the action is fast-paced, the sci-fi fun is still to be had. If you're worried about money, this can be skipped. If you're reading this series this is a fine continuation, it's short and is [...]

    6. Chris Lemmerman says:

      The Armor Hunters are coming, and X-O Manowar is right on their radar in these three issues that act as a prelude to the event.The main story here pits Aric against a creature that seems to be wearing a similar armor to him, and that regenerates every time he kills it. So that's a thing. But the real threat is what's after him - the Armor Hunters, beings from worlds ravaged by the X-O Manowar armors (I didn't know there were more than one? That's interesting) hellbent on tearing down any world t [...]

    7. Cale says:

      I've got to say, there's not a lot of story content here. The collection is just over 100 pages, of which 20+ are made up of cover variants and pencil drawings of the pages. Only three issues are collected, and half of those don't even feature Aric; they're setting the stage for the Armor Hunters crossover. This is one of the weaknesses of so many crossovers and a connected universe; the characters rarely get a chance to breathe and really earn stakes before they're thrown into another chaotic v [...]

    8. Drown Hollum says:

      X-O Manowar is awesome, and one of my favorite Valiant properties. I've loved Venditti's reboot since issue one, and usually, the trades collect meaningful arcs and stand-alone content. Unfortunately, volume six deviates from that tradition by offering up only two issues of narrative progress, and a handful of short stories. The core content is well written and illustrated, while the shorts are all charming in their own ways, but it's easy to feel burned by such a light trade, especially when on [...]

    9. Shannon Appelcline says:

      The issues that lead off this volume suggest that X-O is moving toward somewhat more normal superdom, as he takes on tasks for the US government. Despite that, it still has an unusual feel to it, thanks to its heavy science-fiction basis, which I'm continuing to love.I was pretty shocked that the big super-size 25th issue doesn't have X-O in it at all. Nonetheless, it was an interesting story, with its intro of the Armor Hunters (and I love the fact that Venditti and Valiant are both willing to [...]

    10. Thomas Maluck says:

      Gave three stars at first since the three issues contained here serve the thankless purpose of bridging story arcs and kind of assuming a holding pattern.Then the reveal of "look forward to some more aliens who don't like that Aric has the armor" made me feel tired. The invaders-to-be only get glimpses and hints of motivation, sterilizing a planet's life before they get ready to road-trip here. Can't we get more Owly-as-Manowar stories? The last arc did such a good job of grounding Aric, I hope [...]

    11. Laurel says:

      While this volume is obviously set up for a larger story, it was still quite enjoyable on it's own, although I recommend reading previous volumes to get a deeper understanding of the characters and the dynamics of their situation. The current volume includes everything from fist fights in space to quite moments on earth while setting up a new threat, the armor hunters. The art is crisp and the volume seems to fly by. Plus it includes an Owly story and who wouldn't love that!

    12. Anchorpete says:

      Amen! Volume Six This is the book that started it all, the first part of the modern Valiant universe. I can't say that the book has gotten better with each trade, instead, I would have to say that it has stayed consistantly good over six trades. This new story arc does suggest a much bigger picture, and a much needed change in direction from the first few trades.

    13. Brian says:

      We start to see some character growth finally, which is good, but I had some problems with the physics of fighting in space not being accurately depicted, which is not as good. Overall I like the direction where the series is seemingly headed, though.

    14. Chad says:

      Very short, only 3 issues. Felt like a bit of filler before the Armor Hunters story. It looks like the series has finally found a regular artist. Diego Bernard's art is very solid.

    15. Aaron Swensen says:

      There isn't a lot of story here, it mostly just sets up the next story, but it still has great art and writing.

    16. Brendan Howard says:

      Kinda cool. Nothing really happens.

    17. Daniel Butcher says:

      It is a true Prelude, but I feel like something big is coming.

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