Harbinger #7

Writer: Joshua Dysart Artist: Barry Kitson, Lee Garbett Publisher: Valiant Comics Release Date: December 19, 2012 Cover Price: $3.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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Charlene Dupre feels like she's been on fire since the day she was born. Too hot to handle, abused and misused, she's turned to a dead-end life on the sleazy side of the New Orleans streets. But when Peter and his strange band of teenagers with wondrous powers walk into the strip club where she works, Charlene discovers the heat that's been burning her up inside is the only thing that can set her free. Meanwhile, Project Rising Spirit closes in on Peter Stanchek, the most dangerous boy in the world. Vengeance, acceptance and fire. Meet the next member of the Harbinger Resistance as "Renegades" begins a brand new chapter!

  • 10
    Comic Bastards - Dustin Cabeal Dec 19, 2012

    This is actually a really great issue to jump on to the series with. If for some reason you didn’t check it out before and missed out on the last issue, then you have yet another opportunity here. There’s a lot of background story that’s eased into the dialog of this issue that acts as a catch up for readers. If you’ve been reading the series then you need to recommend it to friends because this title only gets better as it goes along. Sigh, okay so how many days until the next issue? Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Vine - Gregg Katzman Dec 19, 2012

    HARBINGER is pure win. It's a book driven by a diverse cast of engaging characters and then throws in some insane powers into the mix. We still have one more character to join the squad before 'Harbinger Wars' kicks off, and that's something you should definitely look out for. Also coming up is #0 which will feature Toyo Harada's origin. That's something I'm really pumped to see. He's a truly unique character and I'm anxious to witness the events that molded him into the man he is today. HARBINGER is an excellent character study and I can't recommend it enough. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Dec 19, 2012

    "Harbinger" #7 feels designed to push buttons and make readers feel a little uncomfortable. Since that feels like exactly what Dysart was not only intending to do, but also appears to be part of a much larger picture that makes a point about the two main characters, I'm ultimately on board. I could use without this particular clich again anytime soon, but for now the purpose behind it makes me willing to let it slide. I'll be back next month. Read Full Review

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