This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: The Adventures of Wally Fresh, Blue Beetle #1, Betty Boop #1, and Kaladesh is Magic! Plus Dot-to-Dots for everyone!

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    NEWS
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    REVIEWS
    STEPHEN
    BLUE BEETLE #1
    Writer: Keith Giffen
    Artist: Scott Kolins
    Publisher: DC Comics
    Jaime Reyes is back home, but just when he thought he had a grasp on this alter-ego, the Blue Beetle, he discovers everything he believed about his scarab is a lie according to the mysterious Doctor Fate. With dire warnings about the symbiote that is fused to Reyes’ spine, Kent Nelson, the original wielder of Doctor Fate’s power, seemingly on verge of insanity, has he come to save Jaime as he claims…or will he try to eliminate the Blue Beetle, no matter the cost?

    Rating: ★★★☆☆

    MATTHEW
    BETTY BOOP #1
    Writer: Roger Langridge
    Art: Gisle Lagace
    Publisher: Dynamite Entertainment
    The most famous female cartoon star of all is back – and Dynamite has her! All-new adventures of Betty Boop (with her pals Koko the Clown and Bimbo, natch!) by award-winning writer Roger Langridge and Gisele Lagace. Join Betty as she works at the Oop-A-Doop Club, dreams of hitting the big-time, looks after her old Grampy… oh yeah, and FIGHTS GHOSTS! (Betty was always ahead of her time!)

    Rating: ★★★½☆

    RODRIGO
    Kaladesh is a Magic: The Gathering expansion block consisting of the sets Kaladesh and Aether Revolt.

    Rating: ★★★☆☆

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    DISCUSSION
    The Adventures of Wally Fresh Volume 1: Cupid’s Arrow
    Turner Lange
    Wally Fresch, a young layabout living in Brooklyn, has hit a rough patch recently. After the current economic fallout left Wally out of work, he has been struggling to pay his rent and get his life back in order. As a result, he has taken on a new roommate, Barry (a spirit animal from the spirit World). Together with their next-door neighbor with a deadly past, Valerie, the three now get into just about any trouble they can find.

    Cupid’s Arrow finds Wally attempting to relieve his romantic woes by turning to the world of internet dating. He quickly finds the woman who might just be “The One.” However, Valerie has her suspicions. She warns Barry that a serial killer is on the loose, a deadly beauty targeting men in the tri-state area through online dating. Afraid that Wally might be next, Valerie and Barry race against time as they try to solve the mystery of the Marmalade Mangler.

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