This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Transform and roll out Spoilerites, as your hosts talk Marvel, Movies, Paula Deen, Executive Assistant: Assassins, Smallworld and more!

NEWS
Female Superhero movie is coming from Marvel
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REVIEWS
STEPHEN
Executive Assistant: Assassins #15
Vince Hernandez ­ Writer / Lori Hanson ­ Art / Teodoro Gonzalez – Colors /
Josh Reed – Letters
Introducing Executive Assistant Daisy!
Daisy returns home to New Orleans a full-fledged Executive Assistant, ready
to make amends with the demons of her past. Yet, her powerful and
calculating father has other plans for his personal “property”, as he shows
her the true nature of family binds. And even armed with the experience of
an Executive Assistant, Daisy may still not be able to survive in this epic
finale!

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

MATTHEW
Empowered: Nine Beers with Ninjette
Kick back and have a cold one with hearty-partying Ninjette, Empowered’s Best Friend Forever, as she weaves a boozy yet poignant tale of ninja magic, complete with fighting, flirting, and swing-dancing with the Maidman—not to mention the outwitting of ’Jette’s monstrous thug of a father. Drink up!
* Story (and bonus art) by Adam Warren, spectacularly illustrated by manga creator Takeshi Miyazawa (Lost Planet Bound Raven, Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane)
* Over 100,000 Empowered graphic novels in print.

Rating: ★★★★☆

RODRIGO
Female Force: Paula Deen
writer: Michael Troy
Artist: Manuel Díaz
Bluewater Productions proudly announces the addition of Paula Deen to their popular line of Female Force comic books. Written by Michael Troy with art by Manuel Diaz.  Paula Deen has an interesting life with many ups and downs and Bluwater is happy to bring her tale to life in comic book form.

Rating: ★★☆☆☆

ZACH
Smallworld Update IOS
Based on the phenomenally successful Small World fantasy board game with over 500,000 copies sold!
Take control of insanely fun fantasy race & special power combos, such as Berserk Halflings, Triton Merchants, Alchemist Ratmen and Dragon-master Amazons, to grab all the land you can in a world that is just too small to share with your opponents!

Rating: ★★★½☆

Major Spoilers Poll of the Week
Last week, we asked you to put two little children in the ring and let them battle it out to see who had the bigger brain. We’re doing it again this week, pitting last week’s winner, Dexter, against one Phineas Flynn.
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ROUND TWO: Which smart kid would outsmart the other?

ROUND TWO: Which smart kid would outsmart the other?

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Discussion:
Last Stand of the Wreckers
The Autobot special ops crew, The Wreckers, are sent to investigate Garrus-9, a prison that fell to the Decepticons three years ago, with no communication in or out since. Who’s really behind the prison siege, and what dark secret awaits Springer there? The answers to those questions will send this mission to the razors edge!

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Stephen Schleicher

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4 Comments

  1. Landle
    September 25, 2013 at 7:43 am — Reply

    I’m a huge, huge Transformers fan and am totally psyched to see that you are reviewing LSoTW! This was a very pleasant surprise this morning. I’m several weeks behind in my listening of the MSP, but I’m skipping those to listen to this right now.

    I hope you guys liked the story. It’s one of my favorites. I was very impressed how James Roberts was able to take so many C & D level characters and make me care about them at the end. He continues to hit it out of the park with the More Than Meets the Eye series where he has followed up on a lot of the themes and story points of LSoTW.

    Wreck and rule!

  2. September 25, 2013 at 8:31 am — Reply

    You just made my day my friends. TRANSFORMERS!!

  3. Tonny
    September 25, 2013 at 8:52 am — Reply

    First of all, a massive congratulations to Zach! Always joyful to hear of young love!

    Second, i know it’s not going to happen, but a non-white female superheroine i would love to see a movie about would be Idie Okonkwo of the X-men.
    I would just be nervous that hollywood would go too “angsty teen” cliche with the story though. I love how she seems to have come to peace with how she can use her “evil damned powers” to help out in the team.

    The more i think about it actually, the less i want them to make a movie of it, i can’t see a decent Hollywood movie come out of it. Shame.

  4. RAM_evilspaceknight
    September 25, 2013 at 4:07 pm — Reply

    You know how you really enjoy things from your childhood and when you revisit them they just ‘aint as good as you remember them. LSOTW and the follow on series turns that on it’s head. If you like fleshed out developed minor characters that are more interesting than the big guns – give it a go.

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