We often feature independent comics at Major Spoilers, and today we have a sneak peek of The Molting Comic from Terrance Zdunich. Terrance Zdunich is best known for co-creating the cult film Repo! The Genetic Opera in which he also played the fan-favored role of Graverobber. As an illustrator, Zdunich provided storyboards for Sony’s animated series Roughnecks: The Starship Troopers Chronicles, the live-action biopic What We Do Is Secret and the Oscar-nominated Into The Wild. Zdunich has also provided conceptual artwork for Fox’s TV series Bones.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Hulk #34 that arrives in June. Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan whip up the tale of Planet Red Hulk. “Planet Red Hulk takes our hero further along his voyage of understanding that he is his own greatest enemy when Red is sent into a distant alien culture at war,” said writer Jeff Parker. “It seems to have inspired original Planet Hulk artist Carlo Pagulayan to make the most jaw-dropping art I’ve ever seen him do- and he was already incredible!”
Press Release She’s elegant and warm, and he’s flashing an engaging regal smile; together they are surrounded by a wreath of white flowers. That’s the cover image buyers will see on shelves when Bluewater’s biography graphic novel version on the upcoming royal wedding releases the 1st week of April.
This week on the show: Science and religion! Giant bugs, demon cats, Wonder Woman in costume, ducks that talk, and aliens that walk. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp289.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Wolverine #8 that arrives in stores on April 20, 2011. “This arc of Wolverine was pull-out-all-the-stops fun, vicious and gut-wrenching – a combination that Jason Aaron has cornered. And Daniel Acuña just drew the hell out of it. His art is so lush, he and Jason make an excellent team!” exclaims Marvel Editor, Jeanine Schaefer. “There are a lot of tough decisions that needed to be made here by all characters involved, and if you think the Red Right Hand is through with Logan yet – or that he’s through with
Zenescope Entertainment released a sneak peek of the Grimm Fairy Tales #60 incentive variant cover that retailers can get if they order enough copies of Brimstone #1.
Wonder Woman is getting the Tee-Vee treatment, with Adrianne Palicki cast as the Amazon Princess, and Elizabeth Hurley as the villain Veronica Cale. Surprisingly, or not surprisingly, depending on how far down the road you can see, David E. Kelley’s version of the DC Comics hero got a costume change. YOUR OPINION, PLEASE! If you want to see the full version of the costume, make with the clicky-clicky.
Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in June 2011.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for trade paperbacks and hard cover editions arriving in June 2011.