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Comic Casting Couch: Wonder Woman XXX: A Porn Parody – The Parody

Batman XXX: A Porn Parody has been doing very well for Vivid Entertainment, holding on to the top sales and rental charts for adult videos for eight weeks in a row.  Star Wars is up next as Stephen reported earlier this week, and adult film director Axel Braun has already gone on record to say Superman XXX: A Porn Parody is on the way.  But what of Wonder Woman? Shouldn’t she get the adult video treatment, too? This week, we’re poking fun at the adult genre with the Comic Casting Couch of Wonder Woman XXX: A Porn Parody – The…

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GUEST OPINION: Who will be the new Man Without Fear?

With Marvel’s newest mini-series Shadowland underway, writer Andy Diggle has taken New York’s resident extrasensory superhero, Daredevil, and given him leadership of The Hand clan of ninja. Formerly bitter enemies, The Hand approach Matt Murdock’s red-clad alter-ego to take control of an organization that seems to be the very antithesis of heroic. Daredevil has a tough task ahead of him as he tries to change the clan into something a little more upstanding: with Matt’s moral choices shifting between good and evil, Shadowland has been referred to as a fight for Daredevil’s soul. But what of Hell’s Kitchen, the hero’s…

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REVIEW: King! #1

Or – “It’s all Righteous, Baby!   Ah-HUH!” Sadly, I no longer remember what the real Elvis Presley sounds like.  In my head I hear a composite of Rob Schneider, Bruce Campbell, and voice artist Jeff Bennet as Johnny Bravo.  That said, this isn’t a story about Elvis, and it isn’t your average comics experience…  What exactly IS it?  Click the jump, mah friend, an’ let th’ Kingamajorspoilers tell y’all about it.  Uh huh HUH!

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REVIEW: Superman – The Last Family Of Krypton #1 (of 3)

Or – “Why Wouldn’t Jor-El Make ONE Big Ship Instead Of Four Small Ones?”   If Jor-El of Krypton had been quicker in his experiments, or perhaps more assertive in his arguments, we might have an entire planet of Supermen running rampant across the universe.  Had he built one big rocket instead of several small ones, though, he could have saved his own life and that of his wife as well as baby Kal’s.  Of course, that course of action might also have a few consequences as well…

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Ten Surprise Guest Stars in DC’s Animated Universe

Warner Bros. Animation took cartoons away from the Saturday morning kiddie line-up and made it accessible to people of all ages when it introduced Batman: The Animated Series to the world. Superman, Batman Beyond, and The Justice League all earned high praise from fans as well. While the writers and producers spent a great deal of time finding just the right voice for Batman (Kevin Conroy), Superman (Tim Daly), The Joker (Mark Hammill), and Lois Lane (Dana Delany), it’s the casting of the guest stars who proved the creators wanted to craft the best animated television shows possible. The list…

Boom Studios
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Review: Toy Story #5

Having been a kid during the ’90s, Toy Story is up there with Power Rangers and Pokemon as an integral part of my childhood, and my love for the series has only been heightened by the latest film. In that spirit, I couldn’t resist taking a look at the latest installment of the Toy Story comic book series.

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Major Spoilers Podcast #223: Avengers Forever

This week on the show, the Major Spoilers Crew takes a look at Avengers Forever, review a bunch of comics, and discuss the merits of relieving oneself on the job. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/majorspoilers223.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!

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Review: The Rising

A ‘Radical Premier’ seems to be another (and perhaps preferable) phrase for a #0 issue, and this one certainly has a lot going on: aliens, wars, and a crazy Reverend. Find out more after the jump!

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Unboxing the Rocketeer Oversized Artist’s Edition

I forgot that I purchased the Rocketeer Oversized Artist’s Edition when it was first announced back in May.  I’ve read and reread the series so often, that it seems like there would be no reason to buy yet another printing of the book.  Even better than the story, I fell in love with Dave Stevens’ art when I first laid eyes on it way back in the late ’80s, so this edition the artist’s black and white art became a must buy.  Here’s a gallery of the unboxing.

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DUELING REVIEW: Artifacts #1

Top Cow’s big event has arrived! Five years in the making and it all comes down to a 13-issue maxi-series that features thirteen artifacts that guide and shape the Top Cow Universe. Here at Major Spoilers, there is only one guiding artifact, Your One and Only Robot Overlord! Only I determine the fate of these meatbags, and today I have determined Matthew and Stephen will review Artifacts #1.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #867

How many times have you visited the YouTube to watch videos of flash mobs doing their thing, having fun, annoying the heck out of those around them, and generally causes confusion? Now replace the giant Jedi fight at The Mall, with a bunch of people dressed up as the Joker, and you’ve got the makings of a murder mystery that might just bring Gotham crashing to the ground.

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REVIEW: First Wave #3

No, DC Entertainment hasn’t cancelled the First Wave series (yet) as the long awaited third issue arrives with a gun toting Dark Knight featured as the character of the month.

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