This week on the show: Top Tens, and number ones, Flash comics, and Major Spoilers takes a look at X-rated comics.[podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp267.mp3[/podcast]
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Warlord of Mars #3 Covers: J. Scott Campbell (50%), Joe Jusko (50%), Lucio Parrillo (1-in-15), Patrick Berkenkotter (1-in-10) Writer: Arvid Nelson
Penciller/Inker: Lui Antonio
We — and John Carter — dive into this issue head-first. At long last he arrives on Mars and meets the green Martian warrior Tars Tarkas. Carter butts heads with the brutal greens pretty quickly, but he’s got an edge on them — Mars’s weaker gravity means he’s got superhuman strength. Who said you can’t beat the truth into somebody?
Wonder Woman #605
Co-Written by J. Michael Straczynski and Phil Hester; Art by Don Kramer, Eduardo Pansica, Daniel HDR, Jay Leisten, Marlo Alquiza, Wayne Faucher and Eber Ferreira
As Wonder Woman continues her quest to find out exactly what happened to her current reality and who is ultimately responsible, she encounters the first of the three most deadly gods known to man. Together, they comprise…the Morrigan!
MAJOR SPOILERS POLL OF THE WEEK
Someone is gonna die in the Fantastic Four, bringing the team down to three. While comic book deaths are seldom final, it can be fun to speculate and jump on board the hype wagon to see if you are right or not. With the polybagged edition of Fantastic Four #587 arriving in stores on February 2, 2011, it’s time to start placing your bets on who will die, and who will live.
MAJOR SPOILERS DISCUSSION: X-Rated Comics
Penthouse Comix was an American mass-market, magazine-sized comic book, published by Penthouse International from its inception in spring 1994 through July 1998, and thereafter by General Media Communications, parent company of Penthouse magazine. Initially edited by writers George Caragonne and Horatio Weisfeld, it ran 32 issues plus one special edition.
XXXenophile is an American comic book series, published by Palliard Press and later Studio Foglio. It is an anthology of short, whimsical, erotic fantasy and science fiction stories, written and penciled by Phil Foglio. Each story is inked by a different artist.
Ironwood (January 1991 – September 1995)
Ironwood is a pornographic comic book series written and drawn by Bill Willingham in the 1990s, published in the United States by Eros Comix. It ran for 11 issues.
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