In this issue: Can a rabbit be invisible and pink at the same time? My name is Mot, thanks a lot! And wouldnâ€™t it be cool if the Plutonian had a flying dog in a cape that is ALSO a mass-murdererâ€¦ Plus: Billy West will still be getting a paycheckâ€¦ Norman Osborn is makinâ€™ his list, and checkinâ€™ it twiceâ€¦ But is the podcast brutal enough that Stephen will stop erasing and starting over? And: Punk Rock Girl, you look so wild, punk rock girl letâ€™s have a child, weâ€™ll name her Minnie Pearl, just you and me, we need
Or – “Battle Of The Network Super-Revenants!” A founding Justice Leaguer has returned from the dead…Â That has to unprecedented, right?Â I mean, how often can they pull off something like that? Superman – Died Superman 75, 1992.Â Â Revived Superman – The Man of Steel 25, 1993. Batman – Died Final Crisis 6, 2009.Â Living in cave somewhere in Final Crisis 7. Wonder Woman – Died Crisis on Infinite Earths 12, 1986.Â Â Revived Wonder Woman 1, 1987. Green Lantern – Died Final Night 4, 1996.Â Â Revived fullyÂ Green Lantern – Rebirth, 2004. The Flash – Died Crisis on Infinite Earths 8, 1986.Â Returned to
Pop quiz: What do Malcolm McDowell, Naomi Watts, and rapper Ice-T have in common? If you said nothing, Iâ€™m sorry â€“ no points for you. If you answered â€œTheyâ€™re all bipedal mammals who breathe air and drive fancy cars,â€ close but no cigar smart-alec. But for those of you who know obscure movies (or if you read the title of the review already) youâ€™d know the answer is Tank Girl, a precursor to the Comic Book-to-Film craze thatâ€™s so popular these days. Does it stand the test of time? Letâ€™s find out.
Is this the end of Ultimate Spider-Man? I donâ€™t want to give the answer away too early in the review, because 1) I want you to click on the More link, and 2) itâ€™s pretty tacky to talk about the end before all the other goodness is covered.
Or – “A Dash Of Courage To Go With The Brains And The Heart…” Today’s entrant has been for half a century one of the most iconic of the Legion’s dozens of active members, existing (like his fellow founders) in virtually every iteration of the team to date. UNLIKE his fellow founders, though, he hasn’t been tweaked, twisted, and reshaped to fit into each “new” world, instead seemingly shaping each of those variant worlds with his own quiet strength and integrity. Never the most overtly powerful Legionnaire, he was nonetheless the unanimous choice for first Legion leader, he was instrumental
Are you stumped for what you want your next D&D 4e character to be? Wish you could somehow adapt one of your favorite characters to a medieval, high fantasy setting? Look no further, in this series Iâ€™ll be taking Frank L. Baumâ€™s beloved characters and turning them into D&D badasses. Donâ€™t forget to check out the previous two entries Dorothy and The Scarecrow.
Iâ€™m often asked how I got into the hobby of cosplay and surprisingly enough my answer is simple; I saw something that I wanted to try, loved it and have been cosplaying now for the past three years. The first exposure I had to the wonderful world of cosplay were photos of a beautiful Japanese woman dressed as Rikku from the video game Final Fantasy X. I was intrigued that someone put so much time and detail into the outfit. She truly looked like Rikku come to life which instantly captured my imagination. How much fun it must be, I
Are you stumped for what you want your next D&D 4e character to be? Wish you could somehow adapt one of your favorite characters to a medieval, high fantasy setting? Look no further, in this series Iâ€™ll be taking Frank L. Baumâ€™s beloved characters and turning them into D&D badasses. And, while I got you here, if youâ€™d like to hear a play-through of a D&D session check out some of the Major Spoilers D&D archives.
Ever since he took up drawing Catwoman covers for DC Comics, I can’t think about Selina Kyle without thinking about Adam Hughes.Â One of my favorite artists of all time, Hughes finds Ms. Kyle one of his favorites too. I miss drawing Selina. It sure was fun with her; lots of different moods. She’s the quintessential femme fatale. And YES, I’m aware the she resembles Audrey Hepburn, LOL. My personal inspiration for Selina Kyle is Ms. Hepburn, circa 1954-57. My favorite face ever. My personal inspirational cocktail for Catwoman is: 70% young Audrey Hepburn 20% Liz Taylor from CAT ON
Press Release Standing saber-to-saber with some powerful female enemies and allies, young Padawan Ahsoka Tano features prominently in â€œCloak of Darkness,â€ an all-new episode of the hit animated series STAR WARS: THE CLONE WARS, premiering at 9 p.m. ET/PT Friday, Dec. 5, on Cartoon Network. In â€œCloak of Darkness,â€ Ahsoka and Jedi Master Luminara escort captured Viceroy Nute Gunray to trial, unaware that Count Dooku has dispatched his lithe and deadly assassin Asajj Ventress to free the prisoner and eliminate the Jedi.
Gift cards suck.Â No one wants to give or receive a pair of socks.Â And heaven forbid you rush out the night before the big gift exchange day in a desperate attempt to find that special something.Â Â This holiday season, Major Spoilers brings you our rundown of holiday gifts that will rock that special pop culture loved one’s world.
Now that is creepy…Â More please. There really arenâ€™t enough good titles covering the various supernatural realms.Â Sandman concluded years ago, as did Preacher, and while Buffy the Vampire Slayer continues to rock, Shadowpact got the axe.Â Cthulhu Tales delivers the chilling supernatural sure to give the reader nightmares, but when it comes to supernatural thriller crime stories, the cupboard is pretty bare.Â So, when Boom! Studios sent me an advanced copy of Hexed by Michael Alan Nelson with art by Emma Rios, I knew it was worth checking out, even if I am generally wary of titles I know