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Or – “Don’t You Know What’s Goin’ On Out There? This Is No Sunday School Picnic!” Nekron’s legion of undead minions has cut a swath of lethal force across the universe, while the Guardians of the Universe (who are mostly to blame for all this) have been taken out by one of their own.Â The only chance that the universe has right now are a few ring-slinging poozers who aren’t going down easy…Â I wish I could bet on them winning.
Thought weâ€™d forgotten, didnâ€™t you? Itâ€™s been too long since the last installment of the Locke & Key series from IDW Publishing. The problem with waiting months for a new installment is readers may forget the issue is out and still being printed. Fortunately, the Locke & Key series rocks, and itâ€™s always going to be on someoneâ€™s radar.
Or – “The Lady Or The Tiger?Â Sometimes You Get Both…” The Iron Fist may have been the first of the Immortal Weapons to show his face, but he’s certainly not the last.Â What’s even more amazing is that each of their stories has been as interesting as Danny Rand’s.Â Fat Cobra’s tragedy, the Bride of Nine Spiders’ horror, even Dog Brother #1’s folk tale have all been interesting in their own right.Â Now the spotlight turns to the beautiful, yet deadly, Tiger’s Beautiful Daughter…Â Will the loveliest of the Immortal Weapons keep the streak going?
Or – “More Morrison Madness Through A Glass, Darkly?” Many attempts have been made to make the DC Universe more “international,” from the Global Guardians waaaay back in Superfriends, to Doctor Mist and the Dome to taking the Justice League International, but most have been about as realistically multicultural as the International House of Pancakes (home of the Frawnch Toast Stix.)Â In 52, though, Grant Morrison introduced China’s national super-team, The Great Ten, who have bee in the background of the DCU every since.Â Now, these heroes take the center stage, and get a chance to prove that they’re more…
If youâ€™ve followed Major Spoilers for any length of time you know two things; 1) Iâ€™m a big Doc Savage fan, and 2) Iâ€™m a bigger Batman fan.Â With DCâ€™s release of Batman/Doc Savage Special #1, one would think Iâ€™d be in seventh heaven, on a high no other fanboy could achieve.Â You can think whatever you want, that doesnâ€™t necessarily make it so.
Ever wonder about what Wall-Eâ€™s life was like prior to the events of the hit Pixar film? Well, Boom! Kids is giving you the chance to get a glimpse into Wall-Eâ€™s world before Eve! Follow Wall-E and his fellow surviving bots as they attempt to complete their programming, and Wall-E finds some neat stuff!
In this issue, a new lord is crowned and Thulsa is sent on a quest. But will the quest get him further toward his goal of correcting his mistakes, or will his old mistress finally get her revenge? The origin of one of Robert E. Howardâ€™s greatest creations continues!
Continuing his battle against the remaining Furies, Clem journeys to Scotland with Hoffie Eriksdotter and finds battles a monster killing people in the name of his animal brethren. Along the way, he picks up a new companion, General Leung plots more evil, and a new player is introduced that is sure to complicate The Anchorâ€™s crusade.
Or – “I Decided To Trick Or Treat With My Kid Instead… Sorry.” The MUSIC MEEEISSSSTERRRR! Sing the song that the world wants to heeeear! Man, I’ve had that stuck in my head for WEEKS, now. This particular RFR was meant to go up last week, just in time for the annual festival of half-price chocolate, but various things conspired to keep me from completing it until today. For those of you who can’t get enough comic review goodness, I’ve got the cowbell to slake your fever, and it’s time to ask ourselves, baby, what’s the word? In the words…