From Valiant Digital, Bat in The Sun and directors Aaron and Sean Schoenke, (Super Power Beat Down), comes the six part webseries Ninjak Vs The Valiant Universe. The show will launch in late 2017 and stars Michael Rowe (Ninjak), Jason David Frank (Bloodshot), John Morrison (Eternal Warrior), Chantelle Barry (Roku), Kevin Porter (Armstrong), Ciera Foster (Livewire) and Derek Theler (X-O Manowar).
Colin King is Ninjak, MI-6’s deadliest intelligence operative, and weapons expert. When the ruthless assassin Roku exploits his greatest weakness, Ninjak will be forced to betray his closest allies. Now, on the run, he must face off against the most powerful heroes known to man for a high-octane, take-no-prisoners trial by fire more perilous and more unpredictable than any he’s faced before. In 2017, the world’s most dangerous super-spy goes to war with the Valiant Universe…
Valiant Entertainment is finally in the big game and even though this trailer for Ninjak Vs The Valiant Universe is for a webseries – the production looks like a full scale feature. Even better – it manages to jampack nearly all of our favorite Valiant comics characters into a minute and a half of brutal action. I’m already in love with this series and it won’t come out for another year most likely, which pains me.
I’m especially stoked for the Bloodshot action we have, which includes Jason David Frank (The Green Ranger) getting a shot to the head and watching it heal – as well as a nasty knife THROUGH THE FACE. You can’t kill Bloodshot dude – but it looks like Ninjack is trying his damndest. The Bat in The Sun production company knows how to do spectacular hero vs hero action and I’m impressed with what they’ve pulled off in this trailer. This is the Valiant Comic Universe brought to life – the costumes are all straight from the pages and even though it’s fleeting – you get a shot of X-O Manowar in this thing too. It’s amazing – easily one of – if not THE highlight of NYCC 2016.
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