With the world’s infrastructure in tatters, a hard-scrabble poverty has set in in many places and among people who never expected they would fall to such a state. Heroes have died and deadly villains rampage. All the while Metatron, the hero of heroes, is suffering from an ill-timed existential crisis.
There are those who believe that stories here began back there, far across time with rooms of writers who may have provided the basis for licensed comic adaptations of popular television shows… who may have been the architects of fantastic sequential storytelling… Some believe there may yet be derivative works that even now fight to survive—somewhere beyond the comic book rack! Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the original version of the last battlestar, Galactica, leads a rag-tag fugitive fleet on a lonely quest through Dynamite Entertainment’s “Battlestar Galactica” ongoing series. Read on for your Major Spoilers review of its inaugural issue.
Enter the dragon! Cecil’s arch nemesis, Liu, is dying and has lost control over the dragon inside him. Now everything’s getting wrecked and the Guardians of the Globe are pushing themselves to the limit and walking along the razor’s edge in an attempt to defeat the monster.
Joe Fitzgerald is a dead man. After the brutal murder of both he and his girlfriend, Joe learns she’ll be headed to Heaven while he’ll be taking a decidedly lower path to the afterlife. A holy agent offers him a bargain, however: Do an unspecified number of jobs for us and we’ll see if we can reunite your with your love, if only briefly. Is this the fifth season of the A-Team? No! It’s “Ten Grand,” a new series from “Babylon 5″ creator J. Michael Straczynski.
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Amala’s seen some things. Well, OK, she’s done some things, too. She’s a super killer assassin person, after all. Now however, she’s being called up for the biggest job of her life and it’s not exactly like she can politely decline…
What darkness entered the life of Barnabas Collins to transform him from loving fiancé, son, brother and friend into the conflicted night stalker who feasts on the blood of the innocent. Dynamite seeks to tell that tale with “Dark Shadows Year One,” the origin story of the Collins family’s curse. More After the Jump
The Black Beetle’s seen a lot of crazy stuff in the course of his latest case, but can he handle a man coming back from beyond? While we start off with our hero scoping out a jazz club and chatting up a female crooner, things quickly turn to action in the penultimate issue of this arc.
Cecil Steadman was always a busy guy. His typical day in the office involved teleporting all over the place and coordinating superhuman responses to super villain crises. The came Mark Grayson and his misguided, immature utilitarian ethics. And a dinosaur.
Nazis in New York? And Marla Drake, a.k.a. Miss Fury, thought she was just out busting some common criminals. Though she’ll be the first to tell you she’s not a superhero, it looks like it’s going to fall to Miss Fury to stop these time-travelling National Socialists from rewriting the history of the world.
A king, a pirate and a dwarf walk into a evil stronghold… such is the tale of “Dragon Age: Until We Sleep.” They’re searching for the magical secrets behind a blood mage named Aurelian Titus, but things are a little stranger—and a little more deadly. Not exactly a guy yelling “Lighting Bolt!” at a LARP event. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
Collinwood 1984—Barnabas’ family (and, bizarrely, the suave and evil warlock Nicholas Blair) has summoned his spirit from 1971 to deliver a dire warning. You see, 1984′s Barnabas and his cabal of the undead are preparing to take Collinwood by force. Read on in the Major Spoilers review.
Vampirella’s slinging hash in a diner, vampires and humans are hanging out, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! The Lady in Red has to get to the bottom of rash of crimes related to the latest craze in nosferatu refreshment: NuBlood. Read on in this Major Spoilers Review.