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REVIEW: ‘Harbinger Renegade #0′ continues the hunt



Story by: Rafer Roberts
Art by: Juan Jose Ryp
Colors by: Andrew Dalhouse
Letters by: Simon Bowland
Cover by: Clayton Henry with Brian Reber
3.5/ 5

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Harbinger Renegade is a good addition to your pull list.

Posted November 8, 2017 by


I’m usually on the fence about #0s, because I feel they are often filler books. They’re a good read when you really love and can’t get enough of the title, but you have to ask if they are worth the cash because they don’t exactly push the narrative forward. HARBINGER RENEGADE #0 has become a book that sprawls, that moves in so many different directions, that even when it moves in a tangent to the main narrative, it’s still interesting and a worthwhile read.


And that’s where I wind up on this book, which follows the H.A.R.D. Corps team continuing the hunt for the crafty Alexander Solomon. The Renegade team is absent from this issue, and that’s going to be a bummer for people who are reading the title for them (heck they are the title). What we do get here is an action-packed set piece that expands the backdrop that the Renegade team is working in, and promises that the following issues will be kicking the story into even higher gears.

If you are looking for what might be considered an essential read, or something that gives us more of the Renegade team, then Harbinger Renegade #0 will be pass. But if you’re interested in some pulse-pounding action and a tangential story that builds out the universe and raises the stakes, then this is going to be a good addition to your pull list.

Reviewed by Carljoe Javier. He loves comics. He is Managing Editor of Anino Comics, writes comics and prose, and teaches at the Ateneo Department of Fine Arts. He is also the Creative Director for Smarter Good.

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