Robot and Monster Girl, longtime (incredibly long time) rulers of the Flaxan, grew estranged as their philosophies diverged. Eventually, they reunited, but not before Monster Girl made, as Gob Bluth would say, a huge mistake. Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
Nick Davis sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Fabula Zero Exposition, and indie comic that arrives on August 20, 2011.
Brian Ellis contacted us to let us know that you can read the first three issues of his and Mark Van Handel’s Ross Wellington: The Victor Romeo Tango for free.
That’s right, Dear Reader, FOR FREE!
All you have to do is click on the link, and though I’m no fan of the Issuu format for reading books (we’ve been receiving a lot of review copies in this format lately), a quick scan of the issues looks like it might be right up someone’s alley; half-nekkid ladies, robots, aliens, and a black and white format that is perfect for this story.
This is all part of the build up to issue four that arrives the third week in June.
So what are you waiting for?
This year, I was able to attend Mid-Ohio Con, and once again, it was an absolute blast. I was able to meet a lot of great independent comics’ creators, I got the chance to thank writer Kurt Buesick for getting be back into comics with his mid-90′s run on The Avengers, I even snuck a far-away picture of Lou Ferrigno. (Any closer and I would’ve been charged a whopping $40!) As usual, I took a ton of pictures, so check them out after the jump!
From independent publisher Earthbound Comics comes the latest installment of their Lady Fight anthology, Lady Fight: Escalation. Check out the black and white glory with three original stories featuring EePee, Soverain, and Cat. 5.
The latest issue of SGT MIKE BATTLE: THE GREATEST AMERICAN HERO! is unlike any other and sees Sgt. Mike Battle, Agent of STARS AND STRIPES have a fight in a sauna, suave British Secret Agent Roger Knightly resigns from CROWN AND SCEPTRE and the lovely Shapely Charms gets fitted for her wedding dress!
Creator Mark Andrew Smith has a new graphic novel hitting the stores next week, and sent Major Spoilers an advanced review for potential review.Â We’re going to go one step further and provide the Major Spoilers Legion with a sneak peek of the first eight pages, that certainly have me interested in reading further to find out what is going on.
Attendees at this weekend’s small press expo in Columbus, OH can meet Little Foot Publishing’s Matt Demicki as he discusses his creator owned book Mr. Big and the upcoming Trickster anthology.
Saturday 1:00 PM Antholo-geez! Anthology publishers vent.
Hosted by Matt Dembicki (Trickster) with Dara Naraghi (Panel), Allen Freeman (Slam Bang), Rafer Roberts (Plastic Farm), Mark Innes (Comics Eye) and Bob Corby (Oh,Comics!, Untitled).
SPACE will be held at the Aladdin Shrine Center in Columbus.
Just some guys having fun, ya’ know?
Way back in February, I was sent a copy of Toxic Shock Comics #1 for review, and quite frankly it got set aside amidst the mad writing and hectic schedule of dealing with too many things happening at once. I didn’t want to be “one of those guys” that take creators up on the offer of free comics, and never write a review, so here’s your Major Spoilers Indie Review of Toxic Comics #1.
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