Silverwolf Suggests: Archer & Armstrong (feat. Guyinthe3rdrow)

Hello everyone and welcome to another session of Silverwolf Suggests, the column where I recommend a comic to a friend, buy it for them, and then we talk about their thoughts on the series. This time, Guyinthe3rdrow joined me to talk about Archer & Armstrong Volume 1: The Michelangelo Code by writer …

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Silverwolf’s Den: The Delinquents #3

The Delinquents soldiers on with its third issue this week. After a meeting full of misunderstandings, our not-so-dynamic duos of Archer & Armstrong and Quantum & Woody have joined up to find the treasure of the hobos. Sadly, they’re pursued by the minions of the Mondostano Corporation, and have to deal …

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Silverwolf’s Den: The Delinquents #2

The awesome amalgam of Valiant’s two buddy-comedies continues this week with the release of The Delinquents #2. When we last left our heroes, each was tasked with finding the other half of a map printed on the rear-end of a deceased hobo. In this issue, the two teams meet face to face …

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Silverwolf’s Den: The Delinquents #1

I remember first learning about Hobo Signs from a Childcraft book when I was around the age of four. Though I hadn’t encountered these signs in daily life, the concept of leaving coded messages to let others know about the local character intrigued me. Little did I know that these …

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Silverwolf’s Den Special: Magnus: Robot Fighter #2

A review copy was provided by Fred Van Lente courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment. Last month, I had the pleasure to check out Magnus: Robot Fighter #1, part of Dynamite Entertainment’s re-imagining of Gold Key’s classic character. Given how much I enjoyed the first installment, I eagerly awaited the chance to read …

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Silverwolf’s Den Special: Magnus: Robot Fighter #1

A review copy was provided by Fred Van Lente courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment. Dynamite Entertainment recently acquired the rights to the classic line of Gold Key comic characters, including the ever-popular Magnus: Robot Fighter. I’d never read a comic featuring Magnus before, but a quick perusal of his backstory got …

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Silverwolf’s Den Special: Action Presidents: Washington

Evil Twin Comics provided a review copy. American history is interesting and comics are fun, so why not combine the two? Evil Twin Comics decided to fuse these two awesome things into a new comic series from Fred Van Lente (of Archer & Armstrong fame) and Ryan Dunlavey. The series, which officially …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Archer & Armstrong #14

Archer & Armstrong is a consistently fun comic from the folks at Valiant. After the startling conclusion of “Far Faraway,” Archer and Armstrong are split up and on opposite sides of a looming conflict, the “Sect Civil War.” With a new story line, and ideal jumping on point for new readers, …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Archer & Armstrong #12

Well, now it’s official: I’ve tried every single comic series Valiant comics produces. Though Archer & Armstrong didn’t initially appeal to me in concept, I decided to give it a chance with Issue #0. That one issue alone blew me away and this series has quickly climbed towards the top …

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