Rob Guillory and John Layman have started the tradition of releasing special variant cover editions of Chew issues during the San Diego Comic-Con and the cover for this year’s variant has just been revealed. Take the jump for the Kill Bill cover for Chew #35.
Or – “Holy. Shnikies…”
John Layman, you are a very, very bad man. Your Major Spoilers explanation of why awaits!
In the last few issues Tony has taken a back seat will other characters get to bask in the sunlight. Will this trend keep up? Will Tony ever get out of the hospital? Is Toni connected to more characters than we know? Will Colby ever start shooting lasers out of his eye? Is Mason Savoy Tony’s actual father? Some of these questions and more are answered as Major Spoilers takes a look inside Chew #28!
The mechanically enhanced rooster, Poyo, is back and ready to kick major butt. First imagined within the pages of Chew, John Layman and Rob Guillory bring us a one-shot of the killer secret agent, and Major Spoilers has your review here.
I’m a huge fan of the Locke & Key keys from Skelton Crew Studio (if you follow @MajorSpoilers on Twitter, then you’ve seen them all). I’m also a fan of Image Comics’ Chew series by John Layman and Rob Guillory. So what happens when Skelton Crew Studios announces a Chew merchandising deal?
Squeals of delight…
Tony is still recovering from his injuries in the hospital, so we have time to catch up with other characters. Lets find out what his siblings are up to.
Tony Chu has been kidnapped for sex, and is being forced to use his gift in a new way. Meanwhile, Agent Colby has his own set of problems dealing with his new partner and the rest of the USDA.
Is Director Applebee trying to kill Agents Chu and Colby? Well, yeah, but we knew that already. And there is other stuff going on… find out after the jump.
According to Deadline, Showtime has picked up the rights to the Image Comics series Chew to turn it into a half-hour cop show. While comedy may bring to mind slapstick goofiness, the comic book is actually full of humorous bits that should translate to the premium cable channel nicely.
Terri Hughs Burton and Ron Milbauer of Eureka fame write the script, which now goes under the microscope for revisions.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for Bad Dog #4, Morning Glories #8, and many more.
Law enforcement has to be one of the toughest jobs on the planet. Not only do you have the bad guys trying to take you out on a daily basis, but the lifestyle probably doesn’t sit well with family members and loved ones. Such is the life of Tony Chu, whose unique powers have him hunting down those who would sell illegal chicken.