What happens when you twist history and rebuild it based on whatever weird and wacky thought that comes to your mind? If you are Major Spoilers, you hire a band of crazed people from around the world to write for your site. If you are Jonathan Hickman, you bring the Illuminati, aliens, astral projection, robots and Nazis together under one roof. And that is going to cause some problems.
New Avengers #1 is the latest Marvel NOW! title, featuring the talents of Jonathan Hickman and Steve Epting. But how new is New Avengers really? Major Spoilers explains it all in this review.
Open a gateway to anywhere in the universe, and you are asking for trouble… unless you have an Oppenheimer. The Manhattan Projects #5 has arrived, and Major Spoilers takes a peek inside.
The strange is about to become bizarre as Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra give us their take on the nuclear bomb program, and who gave the order to drop it on the unsuspecting.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at FF #17, that you can check out, after the jump.
People love a good conspiracy, so one wrapped around the team tasked with developing the first atomic bomb should spark the interest of hippies and men in dark rooms alike.
A man shot in London, a break-in at a law firm, an accountant’s computer decrypted. Random, unconnected events. Or are they? Jonathan Hickman will reveal the connection in his new espionage thriller series SECRET, drawn by Ryan Bodenheim, and debuting from Image Comics in April.
The adults have been given their time to shine in Fantastic Four, but now the kids get to show what they made of in FF. It’s not just a coincidence that those titles could have the same meaning is it?
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of FF#15 by Jonathan Hickman and Nick Dragotta.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Fantastic Four #602 that you can check out, after the jump.
Image Comics first introduced the world to Jonathan Hickman’s work with his Eisner-nominated THE NIGHLY NEWS back in 2006. He blew the critics away with his fresh take on the medium, incorporating innovative design elements, but never lacking in good old fashioned storytelling. Now Image Comics is proud to re-present his debut series in an oversized deluxe hardcover edition, containing the complete six-issue story, as well as the never before seen original script, an in-depth look at his process, a complete making of and much more!
Jonathan Hickman’s FEEL BETTER NOW, originally solicited as a $3.99, 40-page one-shot is being delayed and retooled for a 2012 release as an original graphic novel.