First Look Inside The Return Of Valiant’s Psionic Superteam, Harbinger Renegades

First Look Inside The Return Of Valiant’s Psionic Superteam, Harbinger Renegades
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Harbinger is coming back, at last! Following the end of Joshua Dysart and Khari Evans series Harbingers reboot in 2014, an all-new series from Rafer Roberts and Darick Robertson is picking up the journey of Valiant’s premier psychic superteam — and we’ve got a look inside the first issue.

Renegades will pick up where Harbingers left off, with the secret government team of ‘psiot’ heroes no longer being so secret. Now the world knows about the existence of psychic superheroes, the surviving renegades — Faith, Peter, Torque and Kris — have to join forces once again to quell the impending discontent. Check out four new uncoloured and unlettered pages of Robertson’s art below, as well as uncoloured versions of his three covers for issues #2, #3 and #4, making their debut here.

Harbinger Renegades #1 hits shelves November 30.


  • “Herp derp – how DARE the artists represent diverse body types?! That girl is bigger than my preferred type, so I better make fun of her – but how? I know, I will link her to Clinton because that’s another woman I hate (and therefore everyone hates). ”

    Is that how your thought process went? Because I don’t see any better connection. At least if you were making some kind of “crooked Hillary” joke it would make SOME sense, but who is calling Hillary fat besides you right here and? And why would them being larger give you grounds to have a go at either the character or the politician? If you are going to throw around misogyny and body shaming, the least you could do is take the time to make some vague semblance of sense.

    • I like how he makes a comment that you don’t understand, so you automatically attack him for fat shaming and misogyny, when he’s probably just saying that her face in the first few panels kind of looks like Hillary’s.

      Are you really so desperate to get offended?

      • i cant believe they teamed up a redneck, a black woman and an overweight woman with a normal white guy, what are comics coming to these days…. sheesh.

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