Who doesn’t love a well produced fan film? As long as it isn’t making money, the publishers turn a blind eye, which means we can get some of the craziest crossovers ever made. Take, for example, Ash vs Lobo and the DC Dead, which bits everyone’s favorite Deadite killer, Ashley Williams, taking on…. Lobo and the DC Dead… duh, it’s right there in the title.
The adventures of the Main Man continue in the next installment of LOBO. Having found that his next target is based on Earth in order to wipe out all life on it, Lobo is saddled up with some local partners. Problem is, a Lobo works alone. Dare we say that we smell a sitcom is in the making? Your review is here! The adventures of the Main Man continue in the next installment of LOBO. Having found that his next target is based on Earth in order to wipe out all life on it, Lobo is saddled up with some
That son of a bastich is back…well sorta. Lobo has returned to the New 52 sporting a sleek new look and some wicked knives. But is he worthy of having his own ongoing? Major Spoilers has your review. That son of a bastich is back…well sorta. Lobo has returned to the New 52 sporting a sleek new look and some wicked knives. But is he worthy of having his own ongoing? Major Spoilers has your review. LOBO #1 Written by Cullen Bunn Artist: Reilly Brown Inker: Nelson Decastro Colorist: Pete Pantazis Letterer: Travis Lanham Editor: Mike Cotton Publisher: DC Comics
Lobo is getting a redesign for Villains Month in the New52. The new design, by artist Kenneth Rocafort, was revealed on DC’s “What’s New in the New 52?” column on their blog. We’ve got the new look after the jump, as well as a few alternates to see where Lobo could have gone.
Or – “A Pioneer In More Ways Than One…” It wasn’t all that long ago that I got in the middle one of those silly fanboy arguments that we all have now and again, this one about the first comic book to star an African-American hero. One friend said ‘Luke Cage – Hero For Hire,’ while another thought that John Stewart as Green Lantern might count, as a third questioned the possible bona fides of The Falcon. Me, I did what I always do, sat back and waited for them to ask if *I* knew. Soon enough, they did, allowing
As Starro, the Star Conqueror has overrun the planet Rann, and the forces of the now Starro controlled Vril Dox are being picked off one by one, the series comes to a close. Does this long strange ride end with a bang? Or a whimper?
Lobo’s back and that means it’s time to showcase some of his old adventures. But why did DC choose to collect a rather sorry group of relatively recent, unrelated stories? If the Main Man doesn’t get some answers soon, he’s going to stab Superman with a hook.
With the success of Sherlock Holmes, it comes as no surprise that Guy Ritchie is no longer attached to the Warner Bros. adaptation of the Lobo character. In an interview with the LA Times, Joel Silver also said the decision was not a surprise: “I don’t think he’s going to do it now,” Silver said of Ritchie directing “Lobo.” “The studio wants us and Guy to focus on making another ‘Sherlock Holmes.’ So I think we’re going to be doing that. But we’re seeing what happens with this. Everybody is analyzing everything. It’s all kind of happening right nowÂ as we
We at Major Spoilers are big fans of Clancy Brown, so the rumor going around that Brown may be playing Lobo in the upcoming Guy Ritchie film, has us a bit excited.Â Except… well… Brown isn’t the youngest chickadee on the block anymore, and while he is still imposing, and a great actor with a killer voice, he’s just not a cut as he was back when he was chopping heads off in The Highlander. So what is H’wood to do?Â While the news that Brown is involved in the Lobo flick is just a rumor, wouldn’t it be interesting
I really never expected Lobo to be made into a movie before The Flash or Wonder Woman, but apparently that’s what the execs at Warner Bros. think is going to sell to the kids these days.Â To sweeten the deal, the studio has even signed Snatch director Guy Ritchie to helm the DC Comics adaptation. Lobo was meant to serve as a parody of violent heroes such as Wolverine and the Punisher, with his stories featuring a nihilistic streak tinged with dark comedy and excessive violence. No word on release date, cast members and the like.Â Some of you may
We haven’t had a DC Sneak Peek in a while, so why not look way down the road to August, when the company releases Batman/Lobo: Deadly Serious #1. The two issue mini is written and illustrated by Sam Kieth, so if you aren’t a fan of his work, you might just want to move along. On the other hand, if you are a Batman fan, you are in a real quandary – go for the issue, or turn your back on the bat.
Time to wrap up all the loose ends Trips across the country to attend conventions, moving to new digs, trips to the hospital, and the rush to get caught back up with Major Spoilers pale in comparison to the traveling around the universe, trips through time and the rush to try and wrap up 52 in a neat and tidy package. This week my 52 review returns just in the nick of time.