Way back in 2009, Terminator Salvation hit the big screens hoping to re-energize the Terminator franchise. Whether that was a success or not is debatable, but Dark Horse is bringing a sequel, Terminator Salvation: The Final Battle, by high profile writer J. Michael Straczynski. Is this a sequel worth reading or is it better off just waiting for the future reboot? Read on and find out!
Zero Year continues in Batman as the Dark City storyline has started. Now, many of DC’s titles are tying in to the story with their twenty-fifth issue. The Flash is one of those titles. And why shouldn’t it? Everything is better with Batman! Your review awaits!
Harley fans rejoice! The crazy lady now has an ongoing series in the New 52 and readers are introduced with this week’s zero issue written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner with a staggering amount of artists. Major Spoilers finds out if this will be worth your hard earned money or a cancellation waiting to happen. Oh and there’s that little thing about Harley killing herself as well.
Quantum and Woody’s first adventure was full of humor, wit and bizarreness, making for a great read. It’s arguably one of Valiant’s best titles, if not the funniest. Do the world’s worst superheroes continue to entertain? Major Spoilers has your review!
Death Sentence came on the scene with an amazingly original concept. A sexually transmitted virus that gives people superpowers and a six month death sentence. While a little shaky, the first issue provided enough intrigue that I decided to pick up the second. Major Spoilers has your review after the jump!
Marvel’s NOW! Has brought significant changes to the company’s books. All new number ones, new teams, character changes, new titles and so many Superior books it’s baffling. It leads one to ask “Now What?” Well Marvel has the answer in this new one-shot full of humorous stories. But are they that funny? Major Spoilers has your answer after the jump!
The Army of Darkness has been running at Dynamite for quite a long time so it’s time for a reboot. Along comes Ash and The Army of Darkness, a sequel to the wonderful cult horror film. Does the first issue give me some sugar or a boomstick blast to the head? Read on and find out.
Dynamite Entertainment has brought together two of horror’s classic characters: Ash, from the Evil Dead franchise, and Herbert West, the infamous doctor from H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator tale and movie of the same name. Actually, this is the second time they’ve been brought together but I guess the first didn’t count. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Did you have an imaginary friend as a child? Did you swear that it was real? According to I.M.A.G.I.N.E. Agents #1, it was, and some of them get out of line. So, who cleans up these messes that the creatures create? Read the awaiting review to find out!
Forever Evil is underway and with it comes the inevitable tie-ins. We’ve already had Arkham War and now Rogues Rebellion, a six-issue mini starring our favorite Flash villains. Is this series worth your time, and even more importantly, your money? Read on to find out!
Super powers. Every geeky teenage boy dreams of having them. Tyler James, creator of Red Ten, brings us Epic, the story of Eric Ardor. A sixteen year old who acquires super powers through a lab accident. Sound too familiar? Well his “kryptonite” happens to be girls. Read on for the review!
It’s the last week of villain’s month and the latest issue of The Dark Knight is becoming the hardest to find 3-D cover. More importantly, it introduces us to Joker’s Daughter. Is she as twisted, insane and classy as her “father”? Find out after the jump!