Once thought to be the last Bigfoot of his kind, John Prufrock (or “Proof”) finds evidence of others out in the world just like him. Proof is now on a desperate search to find anyone with answers and information about this startling revelation.
Press Release Sasquatch John “Proof” Prufrock has always wondered about where he came from. He will get some answers this December with the release of PROOF: ENDANGERED #1. Proof may also find himself in the greatest danger of his life! Written by Alex Grecian and drawn by Riley Rossmo (COWBOY NINJA VIKING), PROOF has been a cult hit over its recently completed 28-issue run. PROOF: ENDANGERED marks a new ongoing chapter in the series.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the Cowboy Ninja Viking trade paperback, Invincible, Volume 12 collection, Proof #27, and the first issue of Rob Zombie’s Whatever Happened to Baron Von Shock? All these titles arrive in stores this week, and you can check out the sneak peek after the jump.
Press Release This January the first season of writer Alex Grecian and illustrator Riley Rossmo’s ongoing cryptozoological thriller, PROOF, will come to an end as the two prepare an all-new season coming in 2010!
Or – “Hey, Vent! You Ready To Move Out?” When you read monthly comic books the way that I do, often times you get to the point where you feel like you know what’s coming, when every title feels like you’ve read it before. On the other hand, you have the odd experience where you read a title or issues that you KNOW you’ve read before, but you cannot for the life of you remember how it’s supposed to end. With over a hundred monthly titles coming out, sometimes you need to play catchup, you need to go where everybody
This week image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Back to Brooklyn trade paperback, the Elephantmen War Toys: Yvette one-shot, Proof, Volume 3: Thunderbirds are Go!, The Darkness #78, and the Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft #3.
Or – “OH, GNAAAAAAAAAAARRRRLY!!” It’s so easy to blow up your problems, it’s so easy to play up your breakdown.Â It’s so easy to fly through a window, it’s so easy to fool with the sound.Â Life’s the same, I’m moving in stereo…Â Life’s the same, except for my shoes.Â Life’s the same, you’re shakin’ like tremolo.Â Life’s the same, it’s all inside you.Â Life’s the same, I’m moving in stereo…Â Life’s the same, except for my shoes.Â Life’s the same, you’re shakin’ like tremolo.Â Life’s the same, it’s all inside you!
Or – “In Which I Review Entirely In Haiku…” Rapid Fire Reviews… Comics In Poetic Form. (Let’s See If This Works.)
I’m sure if I had left the headline as Prove Your a Freak and Win, we would have received a ton of very interesting entries.Â Instead, this contents is put on by Image Comics to support its Proof title by Alex Grecian and Riley Rossmo. “Since issue number one, Riley and I have been blessed with a terrific fan base who often go out of their way with grassroots efforts to promote the series,” Grecian said. “The Prove You’re A PROOF Freak contest takes it one step further, by giving fans the chance to show off their fandom in a
Or – “Wasn’t There Another Reviewer At Major Spoilers?Â Some Old Dude?” It’s a little known fact that the month of December contains space-time anomalies that keep you from ever completing anything on time.Â Add to that a new paradigm at my office, wherein my team load has doubled and my patience halved, a tendency to want to spend time with my friends around the holidays, a scanner that works about half the time and my recent birthday, and I admit it…Â I may have been neglecting my reviews.Â Still, t’is nobler in the mind to beg forgiveness than it
Or – “I Honestly Have NO Idea When These Books Came Out…” Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends…Â much like the harassment you get when you wear the pizza suit and dance on the corner in front of a Cici’s.Â Even when you’re cutting back on comics purchases, like I have, the urge to review more comics than thereÂ is time to review themÂ is strong.Â Makes me with there were 8 days a week, actually.Â Thus, we at Stately Spoilers Manor have created this handy, dandy method of touching upon things going on at Penny Lane,
Or – “Three Weeks Of Comics In Handy Bite-Sized Servings!” A side-effect of reading as many comics as I do comes when, after a particulary heavy week of reads, you find all the stories kind of blurring together into one.Â It makes for some pretty entertaining nightmares as well, like the one where Wonder Woman was guarding the galaxy against marauding zombies who wanted to shape-shift into teenagers and make out while simultaneously refitting all of our cars to fly and emit fire, and also giving our grandparents cyborg limbs that glow in the dark.Â So, I got that going