This week on the show: The Bard must die! An infinite number of possibilities! And Star Wars meets James Bond! Plus Matthew and his Electric Light Orchestra doing the cha-cha (and old George Carlin routines).


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Man finds Amazing Fantasy #15 in attic

Doctor Who: The Complete Sixth Series Winners Announced

Pilot Season 2011: Theory of Everything
Charles Witten is a brilliant scientist capable of inventing devices that will change our world. Unfortunately, most of the scientific community thinks he’s a crackpot. As does the government, until? a precision team of heist men rob a bank in Switzerland using what appears to be Witten’s dimension hopping technology. Technology that Witten designed, but never completed?

Rating: ★★★☆☆

The name’s Cross. Jahan Cross. Move over, James Bond; there’s a new secret agent in the galaxy, and he has the weight of the Empire behind him!

Cross’s mission takes him and his assistant IN-GA 44 to the affluent Corporate Sector. There, on the trail of stolen droid technology, they will rub elbows with diplomats and desperadoes, captains of industry and sergeants of the local police–and rub most of them the wrong way!

* A view of the Star Wars galaxy from inside the Empire!
* The author of the best-selling Star Wars: Legacy and Star Wars: Republic returns!

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

All-Star Western #3
Cover by MORITAT
The Gotham City Police Department teams up with the vigilante Jonah Hex to bring a serial killer to justice, setting a dangerous precedent – but even that won’t stop the Religion of Crime from staking its claim on these streets. Will Hex ever get away from this place that makes the Wild West seem tame – and can he survive Gotham City’s first drive-by shooting? Plus: Will El Diablo’s rampage against a zombie horde be halted by the bloodthirsty White Arrow?

Rating: ★★★★½

Major Spoilers Poll of the Week: Holiday Gift Giving Edition
The winter holiday season is here, and so is the Major Spoilers Holiday Gift Guide!  But not all gifts are welcome, and some prefer to buy their own gifts.  Which brings us to the Major Spoilers Poll of the Week (suggested by Twitter Follower – @J_Michael_T).

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Kill Shakespeare
An epic adventure that will change the way you look at Shakespeare forever.
In this dark tale, the Bard’s most famous heroes embark upon a journey to discover a long-lost soul. Hamlet, Juliet, Othello, Falstaff, Romeo and Puck search for a reclusive wizard who may have the ability to assist them in their battle against the evil forces led by the villains Richard III, Lady Macbeth and Iago. That reclusive wizard? William Shakespeare.
A combination of “Fables”, “The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen” and “Lord of the Rings”, Kill Shakespeare offers a remixed re-envisioning of the greatest characters of all-time, featuring action, romance, comedy, lust, drama and bloody violence. It is an adventure of Shakespearean proportions.
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  1. I’m a big Shakespeare fan, and I really liked this book. At times cluttered and slow, but I enjoyed it anyway. Of course, just recently took two Shakespeare courses (one as an English class and one as an acting class. English Class Shakespeare=boring, Acting Class Shakespeare was the first time I really saw what a genius he was and started to love his works.)

    On the topics of Shakespeare films, I’d like to recommend Hamlet 2 (with Steve Coogan, hilarious.) and if you can find it, there was a BBC version of a RSC stage production of Hamlet a year or two ago, starring Patrick Stewart as Hamlet Sr./Polonius and David freakin’ Tennant as Hamlet. It’s as amazing as it sounds.

  2. The comicbook I have payed the most for is (Im ashamed to say) Darkness 1. In US dollars I gave about 20$ for it.
    The most valuable comic i have is most likely some of the old Deadpool stuf.

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