DC has started a new trend in mainstream comics with their digital first, weekly mini-comics that then get collected into bigger print issues. One of these weekly series is Adventures of Superman, an anthology series that tells a different short story every week by a different creative team. The first three issues of this have been collected for print and are now ready for review. So see how it fairs after the jump!
Or – “They’re Apparently Well Into The Darkness Now… Where’s The Horta?”
So, apparently there has been a Star Trek movie recently, the events of which are now going to be felt in the ongoing comic book series. Given the momentous events of Star Trek Into Darkness, one might expect that the world of Kirk and Spock is a very different place… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “A Dramatic Debut Of Another Stripe…”
These days, I have been known to joke that IDW and Dynamite are fighting to see who can option the last licensed property first, but once upon a time, Marvel Comics was the king of adaptations. Back then, though, the House of Ideas usually did their adaptations in-universe, which led to moments like Shang-Chi rising and advancing from their adaptation of Sax Rohmer’s Fu Manchu novels. And then, there was 2001. How weird could it get?
You’re about to find out. Your Major Spoilers (retro) review awaits!
Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy have proven themselves as more than capable of great storytelling in the medium of comic books. Now, the two have teamed together to bring us The Wake, a new horror mini-series from Vertigo. Major Spoilers dives in deep to find out what lurks below.
So, Catwoman has been caught by the Secret Society, robotic versions of the Justice League have run rampant, and it’s a good bet that Dr. Ivo is behind it all. What does the JLA do? Fly around in the invisible jet of course! Also, a surprise death! More after the jump!
Slowly, your favorite Golden Age heroes are returning to the DC universe. Called the second Age of Wonders, these new heroes attempt to fill in for their deceased superhero predecessors, Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman. With the Earth rebuilding after their war with Apokolips, Green Lantern, Flash, Hawkgirl, and Doctor Fate must combat a revitalized invasion lead by Steppenwolf and the World Government Army who wants them captured.
Or – “I Haven’t Been Keeping Up With This Book At All…”
When the New 52 launched in late 2011, it seemed that all anyone had to say about Catwoman’s ongoing revolved around her sex scene with the big bad Bat. After nearly 2 years, has Selina Kyle reached the point where she has her own identity? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
After a harrowing fight that was literally all in his mind, the Superior Spider-Man is back to work and potentially Ghost-Peter-Parker free. Still, with his behavior being ‘off’ and his actions being a bit out of character, people are starting to wonder just what the heck is up with Spider-Man lately? More after the jump!
X-Men #1 is the latest addition to the X-Book scene. Can this cast of X-Men survive in a crowded world of mutant misfits when it doesn’t even garner an adjective? Your Major Spoilers review of X-Men #1 awaits. (Hint: with Brian Wood and Oliver Coipel taking care of business, the answer is probably.)
Earlier this week we announced the release of the third and final chapter in The Secretist, the Return to Ravnica e-book series starring blue planeswalker Jace Beleren. In there I told you to watch for a review of it later in the week. Well, it’s later and much like the second book, Gatecrash, I’ve got a Major Spoliers book Review waiting for you after the jump.
Jason Inman sat down and read all the Marvel comics released this week, and reviews them for you on this installment of Jason Reads Comics.
Many of us would like to have super powers. But what if they were acquired through a sexually transmitted disease? Oh, and after contracting the virus you only have six months to live. That’s the premise behind Death Sentence, a new series, originally printed in Clint magazine, coming out in October from Titan Books. Major Spoilers has your advanced look.