I have loved Bart Sears’ art ever since I first saw his work in Justice League: Europe. He always adds a layer of creativity that makes what I’m reading not only pop off the page, but explode off it. I hadn’t seen much from him recently, but that’s now changed as of the recent Heroes Con. I discovered that he had formed Ominous Press back in the 1990s, which highlighted his own creations. Well, he’s bringing those characters back, and he’s enlisted other strong creators to join him in making their adventures sparkle for today’s readers! OMINOUS PRESS WORLD PREMIERE
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Promethea, Superman, The Flash, Han Solo, Wonder Woman, and Creepy Comics! Plus, you pick the next trade paperback we read on the show!
Jawiin on youtube has released the latest episode of the Game of Thrones Review Show hosted by Jason Inman and Ashley Victoria Robinson! Every week they will review HBO‘s Game of Thrones episode and provide breakdowns and predictions based on George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire book series! This week they review the ninth episode of the sixth season, Battle of the Bastards:
Though it began in 1963 in the UK, the television series Doctor Who was a bit slower to make its way into the America pop-culture consciousness. But for a few glorious months in the 1980s, Marvel Comics had the monthly adventures of my favorite Doctor of all… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Doctor Who #15 awaits!
One of my favorite prequel books of all time is Batman: Year One, written by Frank Miller, so when I learned that Miller was teaming up with Brian Azzarello to give us a prequel to The Dark Knight Returns, it definitely piqued my interest. Today, Major Spoilers reviews Dark Knight Returns: The Last Crusade.
Batman is a character that works regardless what kind of story you’re telling. Sci-fi? Sure! Horror? Of course! Mystery? You bet! Now a hardcover original graphic novel arrived this week that shows he even works in a “real” tale of struggle and redemption. Batman is a character that works regardless what kind of story you’re telling. Sci-fi? Sure! Horror? Of course! Mystery? You bet! Now a hardcover original graphic novel arrived this week that shows he even works in a “real” tale of struggle and redemption. DARK NIGHT: A TRUE BATMAN STORY HC Writer: Paul Dini Artist: Eduardo Risso Published by: DC Comics/Vertigo Cover
When a band is just about to give up all hope, they travel to Japan where they find an audience, and possibly learn a little something along the way. This week, Zach and Stephen discuss the indie film, Big in Japan.
As I was reading this comic, it dawned on me that if it had come from Marvel, it would have been called the “All-New, All-Different Batman #1!” However, since it was from DC, it was more succinctly called Batman #1. The new team launches the monthly title. They have huge shoes to fill, so how did they do?