What movie or TV monster constitutes the most terrifying makeup in history for you?
In the last few years, the art of comic book solicitation has morphed into more of a science, but there is nothing more infuriating than a solicitation that refuses to give you anything to order. (That’s doubly frustrating for the retailers, who not only have to order, but promote and sell the books.) Marvel is notorious for their “Classified” Previews solicits, while Valiant recently tried to split the difference by heavily redacting a preview issue featuring a high-profile character death. Neither approach seems perfect, and both have caused negative feedback from fans and retailers, leading to today’s [REDACTED] query… The
Which Muppet reigns supreme for you?
In this episode of The Legion Clubhouse, we take a look at Adventure Comics #305 and #306, and we meet the kids that didn’t get into the Legion of Super-Heroes.
In your mind, is Wonder Woman more appropriately armed with lasso or sword?
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We examine Wonder Woman: The Circle, Talk X-men and the Fantastic Four, and partake in a five year plan… or not. Plus Flash #23, The Legion of Regrettable Supervillains, KISS/Vampirella #1, and The House #4!
It’s time for the heroes of the Marvel Universe to come together as only the heroes of the Marvel Universe can – in card form! This week we play all of the Munchkin Marvel sets!
If you want to get something done, the best way is to create a plan to get there. Some use a Vision Board, others are content with a Daily To-Do List. Still, others prefer to use a five year plan to figure out what they want to do next with their lives, and/or their business. Long term goals don’t seem as daunting with a plan in place, which leads us to this week’s Major Spoilers Poll of the Week. VOTE!
If you had to choose a new best friend from the front of the Quik Stop, would you pick Jay or Silent Bob?
Flying cars? Iron Man? Justin Hammer? That can only mean we’re taking a look at LEGO Super Heroes Iron Man: Detroit Steel Strikes in this week’s LEGO review.
What not-entirely-original bit of pop culture is the best example of a knockoff done right?