Harbinger, Volume 3: Harbinger Wars

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Harbinger, Volume 3: Harbinger Wars

Harbinger Volume Harbinger Wars Before the Harbinger Foundation before Project Rising Spirit Toyo Harada spent decades circling the globe recruiting empowered individuals to his cause through coercion intimidation and influence

  • Title: Harbinger, Volume 3: Harbinger Wars
  • Author: Joshua Dysart Khari Evans Trevor Hairsine Mico Suayan
  • ISBN: 9781939346117
  • Page: 447
  • Format: Paperback
  • Before the Harbinger Foundation, before Project Rising Spirit, Toyo Harada spent decades circling the globe, recruiting empowered individuals to his cause through coercion, intimidation and influence But how is one deal brokered in secret between Harada and Rising Sprit Securities forty years ago now wreaking havoc in the modern day And when the past comes roaring back,Before the Harbinger Foundation, before Project Rising Spirit, Toyo Harada spent decades circling the globe, recruiting empowered individuals to his cause through coercion, intimidation and influence But how is one deal brokered in secret between Harada and Rising Sprit Securities forty years ago now wreaking havoc in the modern day And when the past comes roaring back, how will Peter Stanchek and the rest of Harada s most wanted react to the revelation of Rising Spirit s secret mission and the Harbinger hunter known as Bloodshot Join New York Times bestselling writer Joshua Dysart Unknown Soldier and acclaimed artists Khari Evans Carbon Grey , Trevor Hairsine X Men Deadly Genesis , Mico Suayan The Punisher , and Pere P rez Smallville, Season 11 for a complete, standalone tale of the dark foundations behind Valiant s first crossover event.Collecting Harbinger 11 14, 0

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    One thought on “Harbinger, Volume 3: Harbinger Wars

    1. Ozan on said:

      I started The big Valiant event called ''The Harbinger Wars'' with this volume. It was lots of fun to read. Gives you the back ground of The one of the main villains Toyo Harada and shows how much of a good little boy he was and how he became a capitalist business man, the owner of Harada Internatinal to ''save'' the world. (after all there is no other way than becaming a capitalist business man to save the world-roles eyes-)the book shows you how The Harada Internatinal and Rising Spirit compan [...]

    2. James DeSantis on said:

      This is more on the 3.5 scale but going to go with 3 because felt the later half wasn't as strong as the first half. I haven't read Harbinger for I believe over a year but was pretty easy getting right back in to it. The group is easy to like and this volume mainly focuses on Toyo. This man has been hunting our main group of Renegades (Their name they made up) and you get to see his past. This also ties in with Valient's crossover Harbinger Wars so it has Bloodshot in it (Whom I not read yet) so [...]

    3. Cheese on said:

      This 3rd volume lost its way a little and become a little confusing, jumping back into the past and the present day. The introduction of bloodshot was underwhelming and I'm unsure if the plot moving forward after this one, still very much on board though.

    4. Geekritique on said:

      Find this and many other reviews at Geekritique!Review of Harbinger, Vol. 1: Omega RisingReview of Harbinger, Vol. 2: RenegadesThe adventures of Peter Stanchek, now known by his new title as Sting, and the other Renegades continues into the events of the huge crossover event, Harbinger Wars. Volume 3 of Harbinger serves, not only to continue their story and beef up their personal viewpoint, but also to introduce the parallel storytelling of the first Harbinger War in 1969. Collected in Harbinger [...]

    5. Phillip on said:

      This volume ties into the Harbinger Wars crossover event. The event itself is quite good, but this volume felt a little disjointed. It shifts between the past and present. The past focuses on the early days of the Harbinger Foundation and Toyo Harada's struggle against the group that would become Project Rising Spirit. This complements the Harbinger Wars event nicely by filling in some gaps about the history of these organizations. The present portion of the story details the Renegades' part of [...]

    6. Drown Hollum on said:

      Joshua Dysart's characters are so wonderful, and I have become endlessly fond of each and every one of them. The standout issue here is #0, wherein Toyo Harada's activation and youth is explored more deeply, creating a portrait of not only an incredibly deep and sympathetic villain, but probably my favorite character in the new Valiant U. The Harbinger Wars issues are bound together by another narrative of Harada's past, his first large-scale conflict with Project Rising Spirit. The resulting ti [...]

    7. Ritinha on said:

      A Faith é um must, com a breca!Também esta trade foi lida pela ordem cronológica, interligada com Bloodshot e Harbinger Wars. E sim, os filmes com os quais pretendem adaptar tudo isto ao cinema são bem capazes de sair ruins até aos quarks. Será triste e embaraçoso ver tão boa narrativa, servida por arte tão impecavelmente fiel, manchada por uma deprimência que nem filme de TV deveria ser.A trade é uma boa trade, não havia necessidade.Viva a Valiant.

    8. Lionel on said:

      This book is more about Harada than Peter and really, an origin story of the bad guy in the middle of the crossover wasn't necessary

    9. Jesse Hill on said:

      Harbinger Wars is here, but in addition to tying-in with the first major Valiant event this volume manages to show Toyo Harada's past encounters with Project Rising Spirit and gives an extra layer of context and meaning to the big messy Psiot brawl in the pages of Harbinger Wars. The interweaving of this title with the others in the crossover was expertly handled in a way that actually impressed me. Harbinger as a title was only of middling interest to me before but this story showed me more of [...]

    10. Brian Dickerson on said:

      BCDER: 48I read Harbinger Wars first, so I felt like this was the same story just from another point of view. It's not done badly, it just seemed like I had to slog through it because I'd already read the storyline. The 1969 flashback was interesting and I enjoyed Cater's character and role in PRS.

    11. Anna Hepworth on said:

      Lots of back story that kind of explains where some of the threads from the previous two volumes have come from, but more angsty young man than I really want to read. Also some interesting contrasts between expectations and reality, and how people often don't think about the complexities of how a situation will play out, because they don't necessarily have enough information.

    12. Chris Lemmerman on said:

      This review covers Harbinger Wars, as well as the two tie-in volumes for Bloodshot and Harbinger.This story has been percolating for the first year of the Valiant titles, with Bloodshot volume 2 acting as a direct prelude. When two groups of psiot children escape from Project Rising Spirit, Las Vegas becomes a battleground that pits Bloodshot, the Harbinger Foundation, the Renegades, and Project Rising Spirit against each other in one massive throwdown.The story set-up is pretty straight forward [...]

    13. Tom on said:

      A much better read than the Bloodshot crossover trade, this volume gives more backstory to the mysterious Toyo Harado, even if his actual plan is still unknown. Likewise, the different members of the Renegades (particularly Torque and Faith) shine a bit here as they try to help and fail miserably. A good continuation of the overall story.

    14. Michael Church on said:

      Read in conjunction with Harbinger Wars the mini series. This book kind of blew. The backup stories about Harada and his past were pretty solid. They actually made more sense than the main story. It still bothers me that you can't tell where everyone's motivation comes from. These kids all have such extreme beliefs that they want to fight for, but they don't make sense. My biggest problem is that I still don't like these characters. Zephyr is the best of the bunch. I think she's a delight, but h [...]

    15. Bob on said:

      First of all I would recommend Reading the trade paperbacks Harbinger Wars amazon/Harbinger-Wars- and Bloodshot Volume 3 Harbinger Wars amazon/Bloodshot-3-Har it will help you to get a better over all picture of what is happening in Las Vegas. I read the single issues in both of those volumes and it does add a lot more to the picture. As for the book itself once again Joshua Dysart does a great job of telling us the latest chapter of what is happening with Peter and his friends. It also gives us [...]

    16. Mike McQuillian on said:

      I would give this 3.5 stars if I could.Continues the story of Peter Stanchek and his band of renegades, all with psychic powers and on the run from Toyo Harada, the man who wishes to use their powers to his own ends.This volume acts as background to The Harbinger Wars, the first crossover for the re-formed Valiant Comics.In 1969, Harada's company tries to make a deal with Project Rising Spirit, an organization that somehow knows his secrets. It doesn't go well.In the present, the renegades follo [...]

    17. Rygard Battlehammer on said:

      Serimizin üçüncü kitabı, diğer ikisinden farklı olarak ana hikayeye dair merak uyandıran ve benim objektif bakışımı yavaş -ama çok yavaş- biçimde fanboyluk müessesesine doğru kaydıran bir çizgi romandıldiğin, zorla sevdirdi seri bana kendini. Oysa ne katma değerine eklediği ani ters köşeler var, ne de kıvıl kıvıl bir merakın geçerli sebebi. Ancak ivmesini koruyarak karakterlerin iç evrimini devam ettiriyor ve bir yandan fırtına öncesi sessizlik hissiyatını b [...]

    18. T.L. Barrett on said:

      This story rotates between the present with the out-of-their-depths renegades led by Peter Sencheck, and the past, which told of Harada and his ongoing dispute with the Rising Spirit Corporation. The story of Harada is very illuminating in how the man could become so dedicated to his vision, so ruthless. I was very thankful however for the present day story, as the characters in the Renegades are so fully realized and so sweet in their own flawed way, that I am fully invested in reading. We get [...]

    19. Matisse on said:

      A story where the villain is just as sympathetic and righteous as the heroes, if not moreso. A mythos so zig-zaggy that you may well need a graph to keep track of it. The heroes lose their first of-consequence battle, and the only "victory" is that they escape with their lives.Yet somehow, the characters, good and bad and in-between, remain unmistakably, damnably human. 'Harbinger' is up there with Amulet in my personal 'this is untouchable fiction' vault. I'm angry I'm reading digital library c [...]

    20. Shannon Appelcline on said:

      Zero (0). An interesting look at Harada’s past and his purpose in the modern world [7+/10].Harbinger Wars (11-14). Two fascinating stories. The present-day story is a little bit fractured as we're seeing just one point of a view of a larger story but in some ways that makes it more interesting. I find the past story the most interesting though, for its more SF basis and its background on Harada [7+/10].

    21. Roman Colombo on said:

      I'd actually give this a 2.5, really, but for this, edging towards the 3. Harada's backstory was pretty interesting, and the parts with Faith are always rewarding, but for the most part, it just didn't make much sense without the main event, which wasn't very good. I still have the Bloodshot tie-in to read, but I'll be glad to be done with Harbinger Wars.

    22. Stephanie on said:

      I am.loving this and I'm happy I have more to come. The art is not my favorite in this one but it's still great and the action and explosions were cool looking. I liked seeing bloodshot and I'm a little sad that I didn't but Harbinger Wars although it's not necessary it would have been fun and I'm stillt counting it out.Really fun series that is a complex thrill ride.

    23. Amber on said:

      This was my least favorite so far but still worth a read for the sake of understanding the storyline transition. Overall, it read like a skipping record - I know it's good music but the sound became annoying. Inconsistency of the artwork flow was also a huge distraction.

    24. David Dalton on said:

      While my favorite Valiant character is Bloodshot, the Harbingers are right up there. The Harbinger Wars came down to Bloodshot vs Harbingers and this Volume played a key part in the storyline.

    25. Brian on said:

      This volume is a little all over the place. There's a lot of cool stuff going on, but it doesn't flow as well as it could, I think.

    26. Jay on said:

      Pete is starting his own group and is working hard collecting all the low ranked harbringer to create a force to bring down the foundation.

    27. Jim Leesch on said:

      Peter and Harada race to try and recruit/rescue psiot children before another rival entity takes them on.

    28. Daniel Butcher on said:

      Probably one of my favorite volumes in this series since Peter and Renegaded are downplayed.It does get confusing at times. Harbinger Wars really needs a full one volume edition.

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