If you are looking for the Major Spoilers reviews of comic books from the comic book industry, you’ve found it! The best and the worst comics are reviewed each week.
Usually, our Retro Review corner is designated for me to show you, the Faithful Spoilerites, comic books and stories past that you may have missed. Sometimes, though, even *I* missed them, which makes for double the fun!
Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Family Dynamic #1 awaits!
Dejah Thoris continues to learn about the responsibilities of being Jeddak, and has been given command of a mission to conduct atmospheric tests on Barsoom…or has she? Check out this Major Spoilers review of Dejah Thoris #6 from Dynamite Entertainment.
Imagine being fourteen and on the cusp of adulthood with your whole future before you…with one small twist. You live in the smallest town in the universe, on a remote, hostile frozen world. Here is the Major Spoilers review of Outpost Zero #1 from Image Comics.
Cold War dramas are hot again, in the well-received afterglow of The Americans. The Dead Hand taps straight into the nostalgia of know who your enemies are as the residents of Mountain View begin to confront the grim truth of their town. While the adults struggle to keep those secrets buried, it is their children who threaten to blow the lid. Join Sheriff Carlson in this latest issue as the cold war begins to hot up once again…
Nancy Drew comes to in the cave at Deadman’s Cliff, but who is the handsome stranger who climbed down to help her? What knocked out all her friends up at the top of the cliff? And who sent the mysterious letter that drew them all here? Here is the Major Spoilers review of Nancy Drew #2.
The Rat Queens have been through a lot of ups and downs, mainly downs, but they always manage to come through it all together. But now they have to deal with the Sky Watch Cult and a malevolent force is taking them out of existence one by one. What to do? Pour a drink and let’s check out Rat Queens #10 from Image Comics to find out.
Horror comics today are often a dour slog through blood and guts, with frequently unsympathetic ‘heroes’ occupying too much of your time. Thankfully, the editors at Haunted Horror have returned with yet another fun issue that will have you laughing and crying, often at the same time, at the reprinted 50s stories contained inside.