Now that you have had a chance to look at all the five star books reviewed by the Major Spoilers staff, it’s time to break the numbers down, and name the best comic books of 2012.
After looking at the nine months of 2012, it’s finally time to take a look a the last quarter of the year and see what books received the Major Spoilers Five Star designation.
We’ve already taken a look at books that received the Major Spoilers Five Star Rating for the first four months of 2012, and today we continue the journey through the year that was with a look at even more books that received five stars.
Thanks to a fine Major Spoilerite, we have an updated database of all of the reviews written for the site, in an easy to digest and analyze format. Since 2012 is officially over, it’s time to take a look back at those issues that earned the Major Spoilers Five Star Rating.
It’s that time of year – time to tell everyone what was the best and worst of 2011.
Use the Major Spoilers Forum (you did know we had one of those didn’t you) to nominate your best and worst of the year (books, creators, companies, events, whatever…). Don’t just write “Locke & Key by IDW Publishing,” but give us reasons and examples for why it should be on the list!
We’ll compile the nominations, use our detailed analysis, and come up with a list that we will share in January, as well as feature on the Major Spoilers Podcast.
Here’s your chance to share and be part of the Major Spoilers Experience!
Well, what are you waiting for? Head over to the Major Spoilers Forum and make your voice heard.
This issue: The Major Spoilers Crew take a moment to reflect on the best and worst 2009 had to offer. There are also plenty of listener comments and phone calls to fill out the episode.
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2009 is quickly winding down, and it’s time for YOU, the Legion of Major Spoilerites to tell us, what was great of 2009.Â We want you to participate in the upcoming Best (and worst) of 2009 episode of the Major Spoilers podcast, and there are three ways you can do it.
- Head over to the Major Spoilers Forum and continue the discussion that was started a month or so ago
- Post your comments below in the comment section
- OR, what we would prefer you do – Call the Major Spoilers Hotline at 785 727 1939 and leave a message!
The last show of the year will be all about you telling us what you liked and disliked, and we want A TON of feedback and input for the episode.Â Anything goes from comics, movies, television, podcasts – anything pop culture related!
So what are you waiting for?Â You’re a bunch of highly knowledgeable and opinionated readers of this site, so here’s the chance for your voice to be heard in the Major Spoilers Podcast!
Nothing like jumping on the bandwagon late.Â The New York Times has unveiled a new feature for the Arts section that offers up a Graphic Novel Best Seller List.
And today The Times introduces three separate lists of the best-selling graphic books in the country: hardcover, softcover, and manga. Weâ€™ll update those lists weekly in this space, and offer a few observations along the way.
Take the jump for the Graphic Books Best Seller List (hardcover), then head over to the NY Times site to see where the Watchmen ranked.
Jeebus, I love this web comic. It’s no wonder it is still in my Top 57 Web Comics.
Killer Moth, Vulture, Catman. Their names may bring to mind your last trip to the zoo, but as any comic fan knows, they are also the names of popular (and not so popular) characters.
Cardboard Monocle has compiled their list of the Top 20 Animal Themed Comic Characters, and the list isn’t half bad. Check the comments section to see why your favorite character may not be on the list.