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As we first reported yesterday, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are bringing Criminal back this year in a magazine-sized one-shot. More details have emerged since, including the release date.

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Today, in the pages of The Fade Out #12, Ed Brubaker announced that he and Sean Philips are teaming for a new Criminal One-Shot.

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Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions. Looking for a story to spring into the new season? Something to keep the March winds at bay? This is what we all had to say: MATTHEW’S PICK Astro City: Victory TPB Writer: Kurt Busiek Artists: Brent Anderson Publisher: DC Comics Price: $16.99 In Stores: March 11th, 2014 ORDER ON AMAZON “Now that Astro City is back in the monthly swing, it’s

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Matthew and Stephen travel back in time to 1948, and explore the seamy underbelly of the last days of the Hollywood studio system in The Fade Out #3.

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The first issue of The Fade Out was phenomenal (at least according to this reviewer) and united Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips once again for a noir tale set in 1940 Hollywood.  So, when issue two hit the stands, I had to snatch it up.  Lets get to the review! The first issue of The Fade Out was phenomenal (at least according to this reviewer) and united Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips once again for a noir tale set in 1940 Hollywood.  So, when issue two hit the stands, I had to snatch it up.  Lets get to the review!

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Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, best known as the duo behind Criminal, return with The Fade Out #1 from Image Comics.  Taking place in 1948 Hollywood, we get a noir film story about the making of a film.  Of course there’s more shady shenanigans going on as well.  Read the following review to learn more! Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, best known as the duo behind Criminal, return with The Fade Out #1 from Image Comics.  Taking place in 1948 Hollywood, we get a noir film story about the making of a film.  Of course there’s more shady shenanigans going

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The first issue of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ The Fade Out #1 arrives this week, and Major Spoilers was able to snag this sneak peek to share with you.

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Here’s a sneak peek of the latest issue of Velvet by Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting.

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Press Release Ed Brubaker (FATALE, VELVET, Captain America: Winter Soldier) and Sean Phillips (FATALE, Criminal, Marvel Zombies) launch the first show-stopper from their unprecedented five-year deal announced at Image Expo in January—the hotly anticipated epic noir series, THE FADE OUT.

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Here’s your first look at Velvet #4.

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While DC Comics and Warner Bros. may be having trouble getting their properties to the silver screen, the company has had success on the small screen with shows like Smallville and Arrow. It looks like the company is going to continue to expand the DC Universe for home viewers with even more shows in the pipeline.

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Among the panels at Comic-Con, Image’s about non-superhero comics was one of the most interesting. Find out what some of the panelists’ thoughts were after the jump!

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The mysterious Josephine returns to the Fatale series with a Lovecraftian bang. Brubaker and Phillips delve into the backstory of Josephine and Walt Booker, a classic love story full of Nazis, cthulhu monsters, human sacrifices, and old gypsy women. Is it a love story for the ages or one that will be devoured by the Master of R’lyeh himself? More after the jump!

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