From a kids toy in the late ’70s, to a Marvel Comic series that ran 75 issues, now it is time for IDW Publishing to tell their tales of ROM: The Space Knight. It’s a whole new world for ROM, and if you pay attention, you’ll discover a few Hasbro surprises along the way.
John Constantine is back in the title that launched the character . He’s back in London, driving around with Chas, and making more enemies than you can shake a cross at. An average day for good ‘ol Constantine. Do Simon Oliver and Moritat deliver on the return of one of the old Vertigo books to the new DCU? Your Major Spoilers review The Hellblazer: Rebirth #1 has the answers.
With that new Preacher show bringing the adventures of Jesse, Tulip and that wicked ol’ Cassidy to the a new generation, I thought maybe Faithful Spoilerites would like to hear about the best issue in the entire series. Fair warning: It’s gonna get explodey. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Preacher #37 awaits! **Today’s Retro Review contains strong language and violence, so exercise your Spoilerite discretion before the clickety.**
What is the one thing that Batman, the ordinary man who trained himself to become the ultimate physical specimen, whose vast wealth allows him to obtain any gadget imaginable, and whose intellect and deduction skills make Sherlock Holmes look like a joke, always needed? How about two super powered pals who named themselves after their hometown? Don’t worry, it’s better than it sounds, and your Major Spoilers review of Batman #3 is about to begin. What is the one thing that Batman, the ordinary man who trained himself to become the ultimate physical specimen, whose vast wealth allows him to
Where have the heroes gone? Why are they on the farm? Is the farm a metaphor for something else? We sit down to review Black Hammer #1 from Dark Horse Comics where we answer none of those questions.
When I was a kid, I bought a reel-to-reel tape recorder for the express purpose of recording music from the cartoons I watched on the TV. I played those recordings again and again, until the tape wore out. I’ve missed that music!