Some of you might be familiar with a column we run here at Multiversity entitled “Strange Love,”in which Jeremy Holt writes about how he broke into comics. It’s a heartfelt column we’re honored to be able to share, and from what we’ve seen you guys are digging it too. Excellent.
Of course, since “Strange Love” is a bi-weekly column, that means there’s no new column this week. So in light of that, how about we fill up some of that space with comics, eh? Sounds good? Good.
We’ve been spouting out anticipatory praises for Valiant’s “Archer and Armstrong” title by Fred Van Lente and Clayton Henry for some time now, back when we had no idea what was being said but had some awesome visuals by Clayton Henry to cheer for. It’s not that we don’t trust Fred Van Lente or anything; we do, but we already knew Henry was pulling his weight. Was Van Lente doing his share?
Today we have definitive evidence that Van Lente is, in fact, pulling his weight with the title. We present to you that evidence now: