The Hypernaturals are dead, long live the Hypernaturals! Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning are taking BOOM! Studios cosmic, and Major Spoilers takes a look at the latest issue!
Spurned by Wonder Woman, Steve Trevor has apparently decided to mix it up with another Justice League, and so far it hasn’t gone so well for him. Timothy Hunter is revealed, Zatanna’s slinging the retrograde spells, John Constantine’s smoking and Deadman is… Well, dead. Will Faust truly be triumphant, or will the Justice League Dark manage to foil his fiendish plot? Major Spoilers opens the cover to find out!
Patty Spivot’s still mourning Barry Allen’s death, so who’s this guy in the red pajamas that showed up in Keystone City? Why does Mick Rory have a fire in his belly, and what’s he got to prove? And will Leonard Snart give the new bartender, Al, the cold shoulder? All this and more, in The Flash #11, reviewed by Major Spoilers!
Twas Snarked time and this review’r / did laugh and chortle at the book / But does it avoid the skewer? / Major Spoilers takes a look!
Gladiator and the Shi’ar Death Commandos battle the Phoenix Five as this Major Spoilers staff writer is left wondering what the heck is going on when one of his favorite Marvel titles gets absorbed by AvX.
Cassia Crawford, aka Critter, has donned the cat ears and tail of her superhero mother and now is joining a new super-team in this debut issue of Big Dog Ink’s first ever monthly ongoing comic book.
Here at Major Spoilers, we strive to bring you the best in news and reviews from the broad spectrum of the pop culture world. With all the excitement and speculation over the past month about a Justice League movie, as well as the Major Spoilers Podcast in which Stephen, Matthew, Rodrigo and Rob discussed how they would do a Justice League movie, staff writer Jimmy just couldn’t pass up the opportunity to share his ideal Justice League movie – an homage to the classic Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis and Kevin Maguire run.
The writer of Penguin: Pain and Prejudice has set his sights on a new villain… Jonathan Crane, aka The Scarecrow! Major Spoilers got a chance to interview Gregg Hurwitz recently about the title, and now takes a look at how his writing blends with long-time Bat-artist David Finch in The Dark Knight #10!
Gregg Hurwitz, bestselling novelist and writer of Penguin: Pain and Prejudice, has taken over the writing on The Dark Knight starting with issue #10 (reviewed by Major Spoilers here). Major Spoilers’ very own Jimmy had a chance to speak with Mr. Hurwitz this past week, and got some solid information about his creative process with artist David Finch, and a pretty firm hint as to plans for the next villain after Scarecrow to get “The Hurwitz Treatment”
All good things must come to an end, and that includes Mark Waid’s fantastic titles Irredeemable and Incorruptible. Whereas Irredeemable’s end seemed a natural progression, Incorruptible has been somewhat rushed and chaotic. Can Mark Waid bring it all together in this finale? This Major Spoilers staff reviewer finds out for you, right after the jump!
Talia al-Ghul has been revealed to be the mysterious Leviathan that Batman has been fighting, and now Bruce and Damian are being targeted by assassins hired by the jilted lover and her organization. Batman Incorporated hasn’t really been seen as a part of the continuity since the relaunch, so everyone wants to know how and where this Second Wave title will fit in.
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The finale is here! Whether or not you’ve stuck with this series in the long run, if you started it and dropped it part-way through, you ABSOLUTELY should pick this issue up. This is the perfect conclusion to the Mark Waid-penned series, ending in a way that was both unexpected yet, in retrospect, was foreshadowed in some particularly devious and meta ways.