Adam Warren’s Empowered series is getting a new installment titled, Empowered and the Soldier of Love. Quite appropriately, the series kicks off in February.
This week on the show: Girls what are nekkid, Robin’s that are Red, Hulks that are girls, and a heaping helping of everyone’s favorite comic “historian”… [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp253.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the trio take a look at Adam Warren’s Empowered Volume 1. Empowered Empowered is an original English-language manga written and illustrated by Adam Warren. Described by Warren as a “sexy superhero comedy”, Empowered began to take shape in 2004 with a series of commissioned sketches of a damsel in distress; these illustrations became the basis for short comic stories that helped develop the characters for the Empowered series. As always, the Major Spoilers Podcast is nothing without comments from great readers and listeners like you. You can use the comment section below, drop
I love Adam Warren’s art. If you haven’t taken a crack at his Empowered series, then you A) need to check it out, B) need to be a mature reader, and C) know what satire is.Â In the meantime, check out Adam’s interpretation of Daredevil and Elektra.
I’ve been wanting to feature Adam Warren in the Art Appreciation Moment of the Day for a while now, but just didn’t find something that clicked until now.Â I had a chance to see the new G.I. Joe trailer a few days ago, and it blew my mind.Â Yes, it looks cheesy and over the top with the special effects and slowmotion fight scenes, but I really want to see it.
If you haven’t read Empowered by Adam Warren, then you are missing out one some great satire and great art. Dark Horse let Major Spoilers know the second volume of Empowered is set to arrive September 19, 2007. Empowered returns for further misadventures as the peril-prone girl-wonder struggles with life on the super-heroic C-list! Clad ¬– or unclad, as fate would too often have it – in her embarrassingly revealing and maddeningly unreliable super-suit, she fights a never ending battle against overly sensitive super-villains, irrationally envious super-heroines, and her own body-image issues! Meanwhile, her boyfriend, Thugboy, plays with fire when