This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Wonder Woman Week is here, and we have a lot to talk about. DC movies are on the way, invisible jets take flight, Grindhouse, Warlord of Oz, and the Book of Life are all on the docket.

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NEWS
Warner Bros. Announces Slate of Films
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REVIEWS
STEPHEN
Memetic #1
Writer: james Tynion IV
Artist: Eryk Donovan
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
A Meme is an idea that starts with an individual, and then spreads throughout multiple persons and potentially entire societies. Richard Dawkins suggests a meme’s success comes from its effectiveness to the host. But history shows that destructive memes can spread just as rapidly through society. MEMETIC shows the progression of a weaponized meme that leads to the utter annihilation of the human race within 72 hours. The root of this apocalypse is a single image on the internet, a “meme” in the popular sense. A meme that changes everything.

Rating: ★★★★☆

MATTHEW
Warlord of Oz #6
Writer: Jeff Massey
Artist: Miguel Mendonca
Publisher: Zenescope Entertainment
Has the Warlord won? Will Dorothy die? Find out in this epic conclusion of Zenescope’s incredible and gorgeous OZ series. You’re definitely not in Kansas anymore!

Rating: ★★½☆☆

RODRIGO
Book of Life
Manolo, a young man who is torn between fulfilling the expectations of his family and following his heart, embarks on an adventure that spans three fantastic worlds where he must face his greatest fears.

Rating: ★★★★☆

ZACH
Grindhouse: Drive In, Bleed Out #1
Writer: Alex de Campi
Artist: R. M Guera
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Grindhouse is back from the dead, and it’s meaner, badder, and dirtier than ever! In the first of four new exploitation opuses, Scalped’s R. M. Guéra joins series writer Alex de Campi for “Slay Ride,” a brutal holiday tale of revenge and supernatural terror in the driven snow!

Rating: ★★★½☆

Major Spoilers Poll of the Week: WONDER WOMAN!
It’s Wonder Woman Week at Major Spoilers, and we are excited to share our love of the Amazon warrior. When it comes to bashing and smashing, the poll of the week fight editions generally devolve to the mightiest brawlers or wittiest tumblers, but what the female force? When Wonder Woman steps in the ring, her mighty powers can bring down any foe… or maybe not.

Who would win in a fight? (Comment Here)

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Major Spoilers Poll of the Week: #WonderWomanWeek

DISCUSSION: Wonder Woman: Second Genesis
With recent events in Boston and Paradise Island behind her, Diana takes up residence in Gateway City to start life anew and finds herself drawn into Darkseid’s quest to learn the fate of the old gods.

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6 Comments

  1. Rafael Muñoz
    October 22, 2014 at 10:08 am — Reply

    Don Rodrigo

    Gracias por el “review” en español para los escuchas mexicanos, buen detalle. Ni sabía de ésta película pero ahora estoy ya bastante interesado en verla, vi fotos en google cuando comenzaste a hablar del tema y visualmente se ve bastante interesante.

    Un saludo.

    Keep the good work going!.

  2. Greg
    October 22, 2014 at 1:05 pm — Reply

    This might belong in the poll comments itself, but since you guys gave your answers in this episode: First let me honest and say that this is me trolling a bit but also I’m looking for some real debate on this. Based on your reasoning for WW beating Supergirl because Wonder Woman was brought to life by magical or divine means, I’m not sure I buy it. With that line of thinking than characters like Thor, Beta Ray Bill, Captain Marvel and Black Adam should be able to take Superman down more often than not, What happens if Adam and/or Eve walk up and knee Supeman in the family jewels? I have always seen the Kryptonian weakness to magic to be really a factor against arcane/divine based weapons, abilities and spells, not the nature of the opponent itself. Kal and Kara should be able to take physical attacks from “magic” based opponents iand DC has not been consistent on how the weakness magic works or is portrayed.

    • October 22, 2014 at 3:14 pm — Reply

      When has DC been consistent on how ANY of their characters are portrayed? :) It’s the whim of the writer here, and for those answering the poll of the week (week, week, week), we put our own whims and beliefs system into a truly fictional fight.

      • Greg
        October 22, 2014 at 6:02 pm — Reply

        True and fair enough.

  3. J Perez
    October 22, 2014 at 1:46 pm — Reply

    The kid they choose for the Flash movie just looks emo to me, I’m afraid this is gonna be Twilight Flash… and with Dwayne Johnson not being Shazam, my only interest so far is for Konan Aquaman and Clash of he Titans Wonder Woman.

  4. Alex
    October 22, 2014 at 3:15 pm — Reply

    You and others keep referring to the two major companies who are making comic based movies as Marvel and DC when I think you should be saying Marvel and Warner Brothers. There is a much different relationship between Marvel Comics and Marvel Studios, which are both subsidiaries of Marvel Entertainment. DC Entertainment, a subsidiary of Time Warner which, as far as it is concerned, is just a holding company for intellectual property. DC Entertainment has a measure of control over the TV output as that is one of Geof Johns responsibilities as CCO. All the movie stuff is run out of Warner Brothers and DC Entertainment has hardly any input or control over how any of that happens. To think there is a single person with a vision like a Kevin Feige or Joe Quesada steering the DC/Warner Brothers ship is giving them way, way too much credit.

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