This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: This week we travel back to 1967 to explore the world of Star Trek as seen through the eyes of Gold Key! Plus we review Supergirl #1, Carriers: Watchers in the Night, and Gotham Academy Second Semester #1. We also ask the all important question, when does summer end?
Fifty-six years ago this Saturday, television history was made, and the bar for thought-provoking, entertaining and skin-crawling programming suddenly made a precipitous upward leap. Not long afterwards, comics got in on the act… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Twilight Zone #1 awaits!
When robots began to rule the world circa 4,000 AD, the human race found themselves imperiled… Fortunately, a hero was about to arise from the rank and file, prepared to punch his way to freedom! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Magnus, Robot Fighter #1 awaits!
Or – “And Seriously, Don’t Even Get Me Started On All The Buckys!” Day two of the Major Spoilers Star-Spangled Weekend™, I’m freshly sunburnt from swimming, but still Ready, Willing and Able (Attorneys At Law?) to go over some of the high-points of last month’s comic book output. The Justice League of America, all-American Tony Stark and the styling of verdant Lanterns and Hornets take center stage as our Rapid-Fire Reviews continue!
Press Release In a packed panel on Saturday morning during Comic Con, Dark Horse president, Mike Richardson called a surprise guest to announce Dark Horseâ€™s plans to develop new comics and graphic novels for the Gold Key Comicsâ€™ superheroes. Fans were shocked to see Jim Shooter enter the room; the man recently named the â€œSteve Jobs of Comicsâ€ by Comic Book Bin. Shooter is perhaps best known for his nine year tenure at Marvel Comics, beginning in 1982, with highlights including Chris Claremont and John Byrneâ€™s run on the Uncanny X-Men, and Frank Miller’s run on Daredevil. Also under Shooter’s