Michael Bay cast Megan Fox as April O’Neil in the upcoming Turtles reboot, much to the fans’ chagrin. And while we aren’t expecting much to come of this, the first set photo has been released, and honestly, she doesn’t look half bad, but you can take the jump and see for yourself.
KISS, that fun band everyone pretty much knows for “Rock and Roll All Night,” outrageous face make up and long tongues. Well they are back, this time in comic form, and fully embracing their inner demon. How do they fare in this new medium? Well find out with your Major Spoilers review!
Everyone’s favorite Judge and embodiment of The Law is back. Currently in the middle of what looks to be a revival of Dredd comics, probably thanks in part to the cult-hit of a movie, here we have a telling of his first adventures, his Year One. Find out if it’s any good with your Major Spoilers review!
“G.I. Joe is the codename for American’s daring, highly-trained special mission force. Its purpose: to defend human freedom against Cobra, a ruthless terrorist organization determined to rule the world.” C’mon, you know all that. But do you know how good the new G.I. Joe monthly from IDW Publishing is? You will after you read this Major Spoilers review of G.I. Joe #1 – and knowing is half the battle! I apologize, but I couldn’t resist.
This week, Matthew and Stephen get all cozy with the Locke children and stare at the horror that is about to befall them in Locke & Key: Omega #3
LOCKE & KEY: OMEGA #3
Writer: Joe Hill
Artist: Gabriel Rodriguez
Publisher: IDW Publisher
Cover Price: $3.99
SOLICITATION: As Kinsey Locke and the other students head to a dance at Lovecraft Academy, the demonic Dodge gathers shadowy forces of his own and enacts his evil endgame. The ‘Last Dance’ begins here.
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In this relaunch of the IDW series, our famous foursome of Ghostbusters have been spirited away to a parallel dimension, leaving NYC at the mercy of spooks, specters, and everything else that goes bump in the night. Who will save our city? Are the original ‘busters gone for good? The answers to these questions and more await, right after the jump!
IDW has sent out a press release announcing that a new Dungeons & Dragons miniseries, Dungeons & Dragons: Cutter, is being co-written by long time D&D writer R.A. Salvatore.
To say that I’m a fan of the Borderlands video games would be a bit of an understatement. I have poured more time into Borderlands 2 in two months than I have in games I have consistently played for years. Now, to find out we were getting a comic series based on one of my favorite franchises, well, I was excited. So I dove right in this week when Borderlands Origins #1 came out and I’ve got a Major Spoilers review waiting for you after the jump.
The Cape: 1969 is the predecessor to the Eisner-nominated, Joe Hill-inspired The Cape miniseries from a few years back. This comic takes the action back to the Vietnam War, telling the story of how the supernatural cape came to be.
The shear amount of announcements that will be coming out of San Diego this week is astounding, and this announcement from IDW has fans of the Friendship Is Magic series running to update their pull-lists.
Way back in the 90’s Tim Burton captured my imagination with his film adaptation of the trading card series, Mars Attacks. Now it’s 2012 and writer John Layman is at the helm to take the property into the funny pages. Will the first issue meet my anticipation? Find out now!
Disregarding the age-old advice of ”grab your funnel cake then leave” when going to an amusement park, Peter, Ray, Winston, and Egon find themselves trapped within the grounds and surrounded. Will they all make it out with their souls?
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