Image Comics has announced Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso are reuniting for Moonshine #1. We have a sneak peek and more info about the series, after the jump!
The prohibition era is full of depression, murder, mayhem, and the rise of the gangster. It is also a time period where magic and mystery were at the height of their popularity. In October, Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso, smash the two genres together in Moonshine, “a gangster tale with a horror twist.”
One of my favorite prequel books of all time is Batman: Year One, written by Frank Miller, so when I learned that Miller was teaming up with Brian Azzarello to give us a prequel to The Dark Knight Returns, it definitely piqued my interest. Today, Major Spoilers reviews Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade.
There’s a new Dark Knight Returns series on stands this week. Will Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 rise up to quash the detractors, or will our greatest fears ruin The Dark Knight for all time? Major Spoilers reviews Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 from DC Comics.
For forty-seven issues Futures End has been a roller coaster, with ups and downs (mostly downs) dealing with stopping the horrible future our DC heroes have in store. There have been numerous storylines and many have concluded but there is one issue left. How does it all end? Read the Major Spoilers review to find out!
For a superheroine who’s been around since the Golden Age of comic books, Wonder Woman never had an origin reboot until 2011. The story was always that Hippolyta wanted a child, crafted one from clay and wept over the child all night until she emerged as a micro version of the Diana Prince we know and love. In one of the best moves of the inception of DC’s New 52 universe, writer Brian Azzarello grounds her conception and birth – for lack of a better word. Now, Wonder Woman is an illegitimate daughter of Zeus – a demi goddess among
All girls like Wonder Woman. It’s practically an adage in the comic book community. Well, I’m a woman who had zero interest in Wonder Woman, Diana Prince or whatever else you wanted to call her until a few short weeks ago. Let me explain to you why I wouldn’t wonder and where my conversion lies.
Lono of the Minutemen is alive. 100 Bullets: Brother Lono is a sequel and spin-off of the acclaimed comic book series 100 Bullets, and reunites the creative team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso. It follows Lono in Durango, Mexico, after he was shot in the chest by Dizzy Cordova. He currently works with the local orphanage, in hiding after the events of 100 Bullets. Lono has found solitude and peace in his religious surroundings. However, with the mysterious drug lords, the Twin Towers, running their business in Durango, there is bound to be trouble in Lono’s future.
Diana’s already had her origins covered in The New 52, so where does that leave us for a zero issue? Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang would like to take the readers back to 1941 and give us a truly ground floor #0, and Major Spoilers doesn’t mind going along for the ride!