Kevin Van Hook comic

The Valiant Era

The Valiant Era

The Eternal Warrior crosses paths with Toyo Harada, fighting over the fate of an old friend from decades past.

Bloodshot (1993)

Bloodshot (1993)

Angelo Mortalli has become the ultimate killing machine. His memories were erased and his blood was infused with microscopic computers called nanites. These nanites allow him to heal wounds quickly, dominate electronic devices, and fully control every aspect of his body to maximize his physical capabilities. A modern-day Frankenstein, he wages a one man war-- taking out the mob, the police and his covert government creators-- in his struggle to find out who he was and what he has become.

The Visitor vs. the Valiant Universe

The Visitor vs. the Valiant Universe

A sudden appearance by a masked and caped stranger, trailing destruction and disaster in his wake has the heroes of the Valiant Universe on alert. X-O Manowar and the Armorines converge on L.A., both determined to find the identity of The Visitor and end his quest before the world is destroyed. Meanwhile, what is Toyo Harada's interest in The Visitor? Could the master manipulator be behind the battle in Los Angeles?

The Visitor

The Visitor

A sudden appearance by a masked and caped stranger, trailing destruction and disaster in his wake has the heroes of the Valiant Universe on alert. X-O Manowar and the Armorines converge on L.A., both determined to find the identity of The Visitor and end his quest before the world is destroyed. Meanwhile, what is Toyo Harada's interest in The Visitor? Could the master manipulator be behind the battle in Los Angeles?

Caliber Rounds

Caliber Rounds

Caliber Rounds is a monthly 'magazine' spotlighting Caliber's creators and titles with interviews, profiles, previews, and more. This first issue clocks in at a large 38 pages with interviews from Kevin Van Hook on doing Rocky Horror Picture Show, Ben Sherrill and his Ballad of Rory Hawkins, Mayen Briem on the genesis of Horror City, and Steve Jones takes a look at Dracula and wants to know why the Count can't gain popularity ala Sherlock Holmes. Plus a look at all the releases from Caliber's first year since it returned to publishing. There's also a sneak peak at some upcoming titles.