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Ghostbusters Annual 2015
Erik Burnham (w) • Dan Schoening (a & c)
After the firehouse suffers severe damage in the wake of a supernatural attack, the Ghostbusters find themselves thinking about their past while cleaning up. But their nostalgia may not be innocent, and who knows what they may find at the end of their trip down memory lane…? Join Ray, Peter, Winston, and Egon in their “Daydreams and Nightmares!”
FC • 48 pages • $7.99

Rating: ★★★★☆

Pretty Deadly #6
Writer: Kelly Sue DeConnick
Artist: Emma Ríos
NEW ARC: “THE BEAR” KELLY SUE DeCONNICK (BITCH PLANET, Captain Marvel) & EMMA RÍOS (ISLAND, Dr. Strange) reunite for the continuing story of Deathface Ginny, Fox, and Sissy. The survivors of the battle against Death enter a new century, where they face fresh violence and the horrors of war.

Rating: ★★★★½

Seduction of the Innocent #1
Writer: Ande Parks
Art: Esteve Polls
San Francisco, 1953. FBI Agent Thomas Jennings has just arrived in the city, fresh-faced and ready to tackle crime in the big city… he thinks. In fact, Jennings is not nearly prepared for what he’s about to encounter. The city’s crime lords are being systematically murdered, and the killers waiting to fill the void are the pure stuff of Jennings’ nightmares. Jennings will be forced to question every belief he holds dear to protect his wife and unborn child from the madness. Gritty, sometimes depraved crime fiction in the tradition of James Elroy, Jim Thompson and EC-era crime and horror comics, from the team that brought you The Death of Zorro and The Lone Ranger.

Rating: ★★★½☆

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INTERVIEW: Brian Joines, writer of Bill and Ted Go To Hell from BOOM! Studios.

Bill & Ted Go to Hell #1 (of 4)
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Writer: Brian Joines
Artist: Bachan
Cover Artists:
Main Cover: Jamal Campbell
Subscription “Album” Cover: Logan Faerber
Incentive Cover: Sean “Cheeks” Galloway
Incentive Cover: Scott Koblish
Format: 32 pages, full color
Price: $3.99
On sale: February 2016
What’s to Love: It’s time again to be excellent to each other! We showed just how much we love Bill & Ted with 2015’s Bill & Ted’s Most Triumphant Return, and since 2016 is the 25th anniversary of Bill & Ted’s Bogus Journey, why not celebrate with a new mini-series that sends the lovable duo to Hell? Plus, all Subscription covers in this mini-series will feature a unique Wyld Stallyns album cover created by some of the industry’s top talents!

What It Is: Bill & Ted are back for a brand-new miniseries, this time with the Imagine Agents team of Brian Joines and Bachan at the helm. It’s time to get the band back together! Bill & Ted and the Princesses will have to reunite with some historic friends to knock down the Devil’s door and get their friend Death back. With the help of Rufus, Billy the Kid, Joan of Arc, and more, this is the showdown that will rock the supernatural world. History vs. Hell. Too bad Hell has some surprises up its sleeve…

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Stephen Schleicher began his career writing for the Digital Media Online community of sites, including Digital Producer and Creative Mac covering all aspects of the digital content creation industry. He then moved on to consumer technology, and began the Coolness Roundup podcast. A writing fool, Stephen has freelanced for Sci-Fi Channel's Technology Blog, and Gizmodo. Still longing for the good ol' days, Stephen launched Major Spoilers in July 2006, because he is a glutton for punishment. You can follow him on Twitter @MajorSpoilers and tell him your darkest secrets...


  1. Thank you for another great episode. This thanksgiving I really think that you (Stephen) should sit down and watch Ronald the Barbarian. A great, great animated Conan parody from the land of the vikings – Denmark.
    I will personaly give you your money and time back if you dont like it

  2. I’m a bit behind on the episodes, but I wanted to comments on comments. I think there are a lot of reason to have comments section and not have a comment section.

    But it often feels leaves like the reason they are going way has less to do with the economics of moderating them which is clearly a cost and more a issue of “no platforming” options that disagree with the political bend of the site/author.

    I get most people don’t understand free speech as institution of law only deals with the government(however that hasn’t stopped the government suppressing Free-speech in the past) however it almost always looks bad when private companies for one reason or another try to silence views. Ideas like free speech are often antidemocratic as are most minority rights because the idea of democracy is that a MAJORITY gets to decide things.

    If you aren’t allowed to have an option outside of majority what you have is mob rule. While comments sections on places like CNN or politico might be horrible things to read at the end of the day they do no harm. I think one of the things that many sites have started doing which I think is a good move to both keep the comments but not destroy the reading experience is to add a bottom that shows comments for people that wants to see them but hides them if you don’t and its hidden by default.

    As for less comments at major spoilers. I would guess part of this has to do with more people view sites on phones and other small devices which makes commenting harder than on desktop.

    Second, the site is a kinda spamy at times. I know Stephen has said this is for reasons of google searches and things of that nature but when I see dozen press release style post I normally have little reason to post on them since its just going to burred another another dozen press release style posts. Which in turn makes me not want to post on reviews and podcasts they to are also going to get buried before anyone can really talk about it.

    I’m sure its good for the site but I had complete missed Rodrigo’s most resent CH working building post until I had going back doing some work on the CH wiki. To me that show part of the problem.

    Have a good week

    • The great thing about posts, is the posts are always there, not just the front page, they are easily found through a search, category tag and the like. Thank you for your comments, but this comment really belongs on the episode where we talked about comment sections… you know, to carry on the conversation ;)

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