Archer & Armstrong #0 (Valiant, 1992) CGC NM 9.4 White pages.Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
DescriptionArcher & Armstrong (Valiant, 1992). 7/1992 - Cover by Barry Windsor-Smith. "Revival Lifelines" Part 1, script by Jim Shooter (co-plot, script) and Bob Layton (co-plot), pencils by Barry Windsor-Smith, inks by Barry Windsor-Smith (pages 1-13) and Ralph Reese (pages 14-25); Murdered by his sadistic parents, Obadiah Archer returns from the dead with uncanny physical abilities and a mission: to punish all evil-doers like his parents; Learning martial arts in the Orient, Archer soon becomes the world's greatest fighter!; He soon encounters Armstrong, a free-spirited immortal with the strength of ten men!; They have just met when they are attacked by Armstrong's foes, the Sect.
Page Quality: White
Artists/Writers: Jim Shooter & Bob Layton story Barry Windsor-Smith & Ralph Reese art Barry Windsor-Smith cover
Significance: Origin & 1st appearance of Archer. 1st appearance of Armstrong.
CGC census 11/20: 57 in 9.4, 425 higher.
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