Valiant Comics

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Valiant Entertainment, also known as Valiant Comics, is a character-based entertainment company founded in 1989.

Valiant became one of the largest companies in the comic book industry during the 1990s, selling over 80 million comic books. The Valiant characters have been published in multiple languages and distributed globally. Diamond Comics Distributors, the leading distributor of comic books and graphic novels, named Valiant the "Best Publisher over 5% Market Share” in 1993. It is the only company in the industry’s history to challenge Marvel Comics and DC Comics’ market leading positions.

The Valiant characters have also been the basis for video games franchises with sales exceeding $300 million. Video games based on Valiant characters have sold over eight million units and grossed $300 million. Examples include the Shadowman franchise and Iron Man and X-O Manowar in Heavy Metal, which featured Valiant’s X-O Manowar alongside Marvel's Iron Man.

Valiant was sold in 1994 to a video game company Acclaim Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: AKLM). Acclaim eventually went out of business, and Valiant Entertainment acquired all the rights to the character library in 2007. Valiant Entertainment owns and controls the Valiant characters across all media. These characters include Archer and Armstrong, Bloodshot, Eternal Warrior, H.A.R.D. Corps, Harbinger, Ninjak, Psi Lords, Quantum and Woody, Rai, Second Life of Dr. Mirage, Shadowman, Troublemakers, Unity and X-O Manowar, among...
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