Or – “Knowing Is Approximately 50% Of Any Given Conflict…”
The original continuity of G.I. Joe was largely the brainchild of Larry Hama, who was originally tasked by Marvel Comics to help put together the action series line, and was the primary writer of the original figure card “dossiers”, one of the things which really differentiated G.I. Joe from that which came before. A couple of years ago, IDW Publishing picked up that version of the G.I. Joe property from the point their Marvel series had left off, and three years later, Hama’s version is still going strong. What’s the skinny on America’s daring, highly-trained special missions force 30 years later? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
The mysterious Josephine returns to the Fatale series with a Lovecraftian bang. Brubaker and Phillips delve into the backstory of Josephine and Walt Booker, a classic love story full of Nazis, cthulhu monsters, human sacrifices, and old gypsy women. Is it a love story for the ages or one that will be devoured by the Master of R’lyeh himself? More after the jump!
With the announcement on the cancellation of Legion of Super-Heroes, I’m wondering if they’re actually going to take this chance to shatter everything that we love about the 31st Century. Of course, if the last few issues have been any indication, they planned to do that anyway. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Sometimes you just want a break from the usual Marvel or DC superhero fare, and when those times come one looks toward the smaller publishers. This time I set my gazes on Dark Horse Comics and in its dark eyes I saw Dream Thief. With mysterious dead bodies, stolen Australian artifacts, and an Alex Ross cover, this looks like a recipe for success. Find out how it fares in this Major Spoilers review!
There are those who believe that stories here began back there, far across time with rooms of writers who may have provided the basis for licensed comic adaptations of popular television shows… who may have been the architects of fantastic sequential storytelling… Some believe there may yet be derivative works that even now fight to survive—somewhere beyond the comic book rack! Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the original version of the last battlestar, Galactica, leads a rag-tag fugitive fleet on a lonely quest through Dynamite Entertainment’s “Battlestar Galactica” ongoing series. Read on for your Major Spoilers review of its inaugural issue.
When it comes to your Japanese five-person super-teams, there are a few rules of thumb. You get a leader, usually the upstanding hero and/or rookie. You get a comic-relief character. You get a girl. You get yourself big guy. And, to round out the group, there’s often a mysterious loner, the brooding bad boy outcast, the guy who has an axe to grind, but still quietly respects the other members of his group. This is a story about the first of those loners… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review awaits!
Wolverine must have never seen an episode of Doctor Who, because he’d know that you can’t mess with a fixed point in time. After his world turned to madness, the Canucklehead traveled back in time to murder Henry Pym before he created Ultron, but things are not as simple as all that. (They never are…) Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Set during the early 1940s in the city of Chicago, Green Hornet is the story of a hero who stands up against crime and corruption plaguing his city. By day, Britt Reid is the publisher of the Daily Sentinel. At night, he roams the mean streets of Chicago, disguising himself as the Green Hornet. However, Britt Reid is no ordinary hero. While other alter egos fight for the side of good, Green Hornet pretends to be a criminal, gaining the respect of Chicago’s shady underworld. Britt then uses his connections with the Green Hornet to expose criminals and corrupt officials through the Daily Sentinel. With his sidekick Kato, the Green Hornet sets out to hunt down the criminal elements of his city, by pretending to be one.
As the Empire dawns, the Dark Lord of the Sith and his nefarious master work to consolidate their absolute power. We know from Star Wars that it worked, but it’s the journey, not the destination, that matters… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
We all know the story of “The Wizard of Oz” but what if the story took place in the Wild West? Legends of Oz: The Wicked West gave us that story. Now, Big Dog Ink is releasing a mini-series starring the Scarecrow. Major Spoilers looks at the second issue to see what it’s all about.