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.
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!
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!
The pulp tale Fatale continues to mesmerize readers, and with the arrival of Fatale #7 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips, Major Spoilers wants to know if the latest installment continues to spin a web of mystery and excitement, of if the book simply spins its wheels.
A mystery, a horror story, and a noir detective novel walk into a bar… what comes out is not only a dame to kill for, but quite possibly a dame that will not die.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Captain America #6 by Ed Brubaker and Alan Davis.
Ed Brubaker hinted around on Twitter for two days about this announcement, but it looks like Variety got the exclusive announcement that the scribe is turning his graphic novel, Coward, into a motion picture.
It is time for the Robot Overlord to wrench control of this site back from the slackers and the yokels and make them actually do my bidding once again! For the last 24 hours I’ve locked Stephen and Matthew in a room and told them they could only emerge when their review of Captain America #1 was complete!
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Captain America & Bucky #620 that you can check out, after the jump.
Marvel has announced the return of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ Criminal series with Criminal: The Last of the Innocent #1, arriving in June.
“With each new Criminal arc we try to do something different,” Brubaker explained. “This time we’re trying to make the ultimate crime comic, and what I mean by that is it’s a story that only works as a comic. Yes, it’s about sex and obsession and murder, but it’s also about nostalgia for the past and things lost, using tropes of old kids comics and 50s era crime comics, but putting our brutal Criminal spin over it all. It’s by far the most ambitious thing we’ve done.”
Marvel Comics released a sneak peek to Fear Itself: Book of the Skull #1 by Ed Brubaker and Scot Eaton.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Captain America #615.1 that arrives in stores this March as part of Captain America’s 70th anniversary.