BOOM! Studios is excited to announce new variant covers by industry legends Frank Quitely and John Cassaday for KLAUS AND THE CRISIS IN XMASVILLE in December.
Grant Morrison and Frank Quitely are a strong duo, having created some truly great comics. They’ve reunited once again on Multiversity: Pax Americana #1, the newest adventure into the Multiverse and mind of Grant Morrison. How crazy does this one get? Click on dear reader and find out!
Generally, when you see Frank Quitely art, it accompanies Grant Morrison stories. The May 2012 issue of Playboy features Frank Quitely art of Grant Morrison and his take on many of the characters he’s work on over the years.
I hope I will never need to use the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund, but I support everything the organization does. The org will be at WonderCon this weekend raising funds by selling an original Frank Quitely print for $20.
After weeks of watching Wall-E again and again – my son’s current favorite movie of the moment, I convinced him that we should sit down and watch All-Star Superman that arrived in the Major Spoilers HQ this past week. The pull to get him to agree was that it featured the death of Superman. It worked on him, and I would bet that the plot point works to bring others into the Morrison fold.
This week on the show: All-Star Batman vs. All-Star Superman, Marvel Comics, Locke & Key, Fable III, and the Major Spoilers Crew rocks it in the free world! [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp258.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the Major Spoilers Crew takes a look at Grant Morrison’s All-Star Superman. All-Star Superman Witness the Man of Steel in exciting new adventures featuring Lex Luthor, Jimmy Olsen, Lois Lane, Bizarro, and more! The Man of Steel goes toe-to-toe with Bizarro, his oddball twin, and the new character Zibarro, also from the Bizarro planet. And Superman faces the final revenge of Lex Luthor – in the form of his own death! Writer Grant Morrison teams with artist Frank Quitely on this spectacular reimagining of the Superman mythos, from The Man of Steel’s origin
Trying something a bit different this week, as I finally got around to opening the latest Batman Black and White Statue from DC Direct. The latest is based on the work by Frank Quitely, and it is quite wonderful. So much so that I had to take it out in the wild to see what it looked like in the real world.
There is a great deal of Batman art hitting the DC pages today, and in order to get many more Facebook followers, the company posted two Frank Quietly pieces on the site. Head over to the DC Nation Facebook page to see the other. via The Source