This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, your hosts take a look at Who is Jake Ellis? from Image Comics.

The multiple-sellout mini-series Newsarama calls “a modern noir package that is not to be missed” and MTV “couldn”t put down!” Jon Moore is a mercenary spy on the run, protected only by Jake Ellis, a man invisible to everyone except Jon. Collects Who Is Jake Ellis? #1-5.


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  1. This doesn’t really have to do with the comic book being featured in the next major spoilers podcast, but I’ve been wondering if you guys were thinking of getting a new intro song for some episodes. I’m not sure what it would be, but the hip-hoppy techno thing in the beginning of some episodes kinda doesnt fit the theme of the podcast. What do you guys think would be a good new intro to Major Spoilers,and are there any already in production?

  2. I’d like to see a return to more “classic” trade paperbacks being reviewed. It’s fine to mix in some current stuff in order to promote lesser known titles, like this one and Once Upon a Time Machine, etc… but I associate that stuff with the individual reviews (I realize that length is probably the key factor there).

    I really enjoyed hearing you guys discuss landmark stories/runs.
    Maybe it’s all just selection bias on my part though. For instance, I loved the Okko and Saga podcasts.

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