Read Ninjak: Deluxe Edition, Book 1 Online Free - From New York Times best-selling writer Matt Kindt (4001 A.D.) and superstar artists Clay Mann (Poison Ivy), Doug Braithwaite (Armor Hunters), Butch Guice (Captain America) and many more, comes the first oversized hardcover of the seven-time Harvey Award nominated series the A.V. Club calls “immensely entertaining”!
Then: Meet inexperienced MI-6 recruit Colin King on his first mission in the field as he learns the basics of spycraft and counterintelligence, and develops a volatile relationship with his first handler.
Now: Colin King is Ninjak, the world’s foremost intelligence operative, weapons expert, and master assassin. And he’s hunting the Shadow Seven – a secret cabal of shinobi masters with mysterious ties to his training and tragic past.
Collecting: Ninjak 1–13
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March 24, 2017
Ninjak is a bloody awful idea which should have stayed in the 90's. But Valiant make the smart choice of putting Matt Kindt in charge of him. Kindt seems to have some measure of affection for him because he portrays the character straight down the line without taking the piss and imbues him, and...
November 19, 2017
Excellent introduction to Ninjak and his role within the broader Valiant Universe. This hardcover volume was my first full story exposure to the character. Setting the ninja concept within British Secret Intelligence is really unique and leads to some interesting plots. The dialogue from writer M...
May 08, 2017
So far I've only seen Ninjak as a member of a team, or as a recurring supporting character in other people's books. Here is the master spy and assassin as he's meant to be: a kick-ass loner who is willing to do anything to succeed in the mission at hand. A fun spy book with a touch of mysticism,...
June 23, 2017
Freaking Valiant continues to produce the most ridiculously good, insanely well-produced comics on the market today.
That's all. Go read it for yourself. And enjoy!
April 04, 2017
Ninjak was one of the VH-1 characters who was just too '90s. I mean, he's a super-spy ninja. Despite those origins, he's been used well in the VH-E universe, and Kindt continues to rehabilitate him here by turning him into an anti-Batman. His parents are still alive, but uncaring, while the butle...