Harbinger, Volume 4: Perfect Day

Harbinger, Volume 4: Perfect Day

Harbinger Volume Perfect Day Nightmares are just dreams too It s been a brutal few months for Peter Stanchek and the Renegades culminating in the harrowing events and losses of the Harbinger Wars But now the members of the team

  • Title: Harbinger, Volume 4: Perfect Day
  • Author: Joshua Dysart Barry Kitson Clayton Henry
  • ISBN: 9781939346155
  • Page: 253
  • Format: Paperback
  • Nightmares are just dreams, too It s been a brutal few months for Peter Stanchek and the Renegades, culminating in the harrowing events and losses of the Harbinger Wars But now the members of the team have woken up to the Best Day Ever As Lou Reed sang, it s just a perfect day, problems left all alone But for Peter Stanchek a kid who deserves a good day sometNightmares are just dreams, too It s been a brutal few months for Peter Stanchek and the Renegades, culminating in the harrowing events and losses of the Harbinger Wars But now the members of the team have woken up to the Best Day Ever As Lou Reed sang, it s just a perfect day, problems left all alone But for Peter Stanchek a kid who deserves a good day something seems offke all is not what it seemsBy New York Times best selling writer Joshua Dysart Harbinger Wars and all star artists Barry Kitson Amazing Spider Man and Clayton Henry Archer Armstrong , start reading here with the mind bending story arc that Comic Vine calls an excellent jumping on point.Collecting Harbinger 15 19

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    Harbinger has been a pretty fun series to read. I thought 2 was by far the strongest volume with 1 and 3 being solid but not as good. So how's this one? Well we have the Renegades, those are the good guys, on the run from the evil Toyo Harada. Well kind of, because if read Harbinger War you're like how the fuck did they get here? It opens so nicely, where everyone has the "perfect" day just chilling and having a blast. Then shit gets really really fucking dark at the last page and opens up a who [...]

    Finf this and many other reviews over at Geekritique!What Valiant's done with this book is truly amazing. Don't get me wrong, Valiant puts their stamp on each trade paperback I've gotten my hands on. Each has felt very unique. But with Perfect Day, I think I've just read one of the best mini-arcs in a long while. Because not only did it serve to mark a unique chapter in the lives of these 5 Renegade heroes, it was a story that could only happen to them. It misled me to the wrong conclusions at f [...]

    A little disappointing, honestly.After the events of the Harbinger Wars, the Renegades are captured by Toyo Harada (again) and placed into their own perfect realities. You'd think that'd give us some really introspective stories, but instead most of it is set inside Torque's giant Metallica concert heaven, and the other characters spend most of their time scrabbling around trying to fix it. The things going on outside of the perfect days are much more interesting, as Harada continues to spiral t [...]

    Solidly written familiar story.World: The art was fine, the emotions are good and the detail is what's expected of Valiant. The world building is solid and serves the story well. This is a very self contained story and the little snippets of the world that we see that inform the characters were good.Story: Very expected and familiar, if you've read comic books than this story is nothing new. If like me you've been a DC kid all your life this is a Black Mercy story. The pieces are done well the p [...]

    I might have dropped this book within the first two issues had I been reading it monthly. This volume opens with underwhelming art and a cornball story that really made me question the quality of the title. Little did I know, the two-issue faux pas was a clever setup for what turned out to be an exciting and interesting arc. The execution could have been better, but it works out in the end. This volume explores Torquehalla, revisits my favorite character from Generation Zero, Animala, and even m [...]

    I got seriously worried what had happened to this series in the first two issues, I thought to myself, man, this can't be right. So I stuck with it and it ended up being just as enjoyable as the other volumes. This one is really out there.

    This is Valiant-version of House of M, Harbinger looked already a lot like the X-Men but this is too much. Result is not bad, pretty good actually, just not original

    Following the "Harbinger Wars," where the Renegades got their heads handed to them by, oh, everybody, Peter Stanchek, Kris, Faith, Flamingo, and Torque decide to take a vacation and are having by all appearances a perfect dayor so it seems. Kris, for one, is bothered by what she's seeing and what she's seeing is a pleasant beach and a good time with her friends.How did the Renegades get this far from Vegas anyway?A nice twist that potentially puts an end to the ongoing conflict between Peter and [...]

    Here, the story line starts to question what is real, and what isn't. There is so much bait and switch happening, right from the beginning, with realities overlaid and truths hidden. I loved the development of the Monica Jim character, and how it is impossible to tell how much of the help she receives is just her manifesting what is required, and how much of it is actual independent entities that she has created. The Renegades are both having no luck whatsoever, and quite a bit of an effect - we [...]

    After the dissapointing Harbinger War, this volume was surprisingly good. The fantasy realm was great and looked awesome, and the artwas good throughout.

    This book is a great follow-up to Harbinger Wars. After getting their butts handed to them, the Renegades get a chance to relax and be kids. Given the nature of these books, it can be easy to forget that these are young people that haven't had a chance to figure out their place in the world. A lot of the events in this story capitalize on the fact that they are struggling with finding themselves.Here are some of the things I particularly enjoyed about this book. Kris Hathaway. Her part of the st [...]

    So it's a book about psychics' psyches actually a pretty original concept. The Harbingers are recovering from the big crossover events of the previous volume, but what at first seems like the perfect day starts going wrong. There's a lot of imagination on display here, and it definitely feels very different from previous Harbinger books, with a stronger focus on Faith and Kris and John (Torque), with Peter definitely in the background for most of the book. And the presence of Monica Jim was a bi [...]

    Although this was a fascinating, Phillip K. Dick-like plotline, it is a long one in which we don't really get a lot of huge transitions in the relationships of the characters. Don't get me wrong, I was thoroughly engaged througout, and loved the inclusion of Monica Jim, who I hope to see more of as a character. The art work varied and ranged from high to low, but overall, the high concepts of the plotline, the new angle on Harada, and the smart writing make this yet another winner in the Valiant [...]

    Perfect Day (15-19). One of the joys of Dysart's Harbinger is that when things go totally off the rails, you never know if it's real or if it's imaginary, if it's mind control or minds slowly falling apart. And that's the case here. The story starts off a little small, but by the last few issues it's one of those teriffic multifaceted stories that Dysart does so well. Overall, it's another great story, especially for the focus on the characters of Pete, Harada, and even little Monica Jim. [8/10] [...]

    I usually do not like episodes of TV shows where the band(crew) travels to some dream world or past to fix something and the story returns to the status quo. I have not this feeling of wasting my time reading this story. This is one arc after the other well connected and it still keeps me on the edge.

    A nice reversal on the happy ending of the last volume, then a long brain in the vat scenario that lets them do more character development than usual while having more fun than usual. Maybe the art is getting better, maybe the surrealism just ups the ante.

    A perfect day turns to be far from perfect for Peter Stanchek and the Renegades. A quote from Edgar Allan Poe best describes this latest volume from the mind of Joshua Dysart. "All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream."

    Por aqui aprecia-se grandemente a exploração de oportunidades narrativas wtf sem perder o fio condutor da história originária.Este Vol. 4 é quase só isso.E bem.

    I'm reading this now more out of habit and because the next issue starts up automatically on Scribd. The story is okay and the art blows.

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