The Supreme Power Podcast

In this issue: The Supreme Power returns, Thor is spectacular, 2010 is Spidey’s year, and much more in the latest installment of the Major Spoilers Podcast!


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Thor will change the conventions of the superhero movie
2010 is the Year of Spider-Man

Buck Rogers #7
Writer: Scott Beatty
Penciller/Inker: Carlos Lopez

The Future is here! From Dynamite, writer Scott Beatty and artist Carlos Rafael comes the all-new adventures of Buck Rogers!
In “The Space Beneath: Parts 1 (of 2)” Buck goes underground on the trail of his captured ship as he despearalty fights for a hope of home!

New Avengers #60
WRITER: Brian Michael Bendis
PENCILS: Stuart Immonen

Get ready for something you never thought you’d see! Is this the end of Luke Cage? Has the Dark Reign found a casualty so horrifying that the Avengers may not be able to keep it together? Another shocker from the crack team of Bendis and Immonen. Rated A …$3.99

What USPS Stamp is your “Do Not Mail” stamp?
Beetle Bailey
Calving and Hobbes
Dennis the Menace

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Babylon 5 creator and Amazing Spider-Man writer J. Michael Straczynski presents a new vision of a world about to give birth to its first generation of super-heroes! Follow the origins of these new heroes and anti-heroes – from their birth through adulthood – and examine how their lives and abilities change and shape the world around them. The god-like Hyperion discovers his whole life has actually been an elaborate government-made lie, and his reaction could mean the end of the Earth! Do the world’s other super-powered beings have any chance at stopping Hyperion if the truth sends him over the edge?

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Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...


  1. astrodinosaurus on

    That last “super double bubble Sc!ence shout” was magnificent.

    Commence rant!
    Oh and if you are going to do a review of the Guy Ritchie Sherlock Holmes movie, then at least one of you better have read the complete Conan Doyle cannon.(post Reichenbach falls to) That is if you are going to criticise its faithfulness to the original stories. Sir Conan Doyle did in his story have Holmes not only be a bi-polar, drug addict that occasionally punched people for fun and sport (Pretty much everyone knows that these days) but there are in fact also stories in cannon where Holmes prevents wars, debunks the occult and looks like an idiot thanks to an Irene “Are you sure a Hollywood producer didn’t insist on creating her?” Adler (Okay less nudity is involved in that)… And yes though it is not 100% faithful and based on an existing story (And thank God for that, who want to see a mystery movie without the mystery) Its still more faithful than 90% percent of the film/TV adaptations out there with their crazy pipes, deerstalker hats and Elementary(HE NEVER SAID THAT)my dear Watson..And yes finally its nice to see Watson and Lestrade get some respect..though during some parts of the movie I was worried for Lestrade.

    The only thing in the movie that were never part of the Doyle stories were not the explosions, guns, faux-occult, Victorian babes, international politics or Holmes theatrics but the inclusion of some Sci-Fi elements (Taser and radio-detonated chemical weapon) And that is it, everything else can be found in cannon.

    Oh and how awesome would Christopher Eccleston be as Mycroft…hmm

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