With the Secret Empire dismantled, there is no longer a need for the underground resistance team of Secret Warriors. Or at least there wasn’t, until someone kidnapped a member of Inferno’s family… Your Major Spoilers review of Secret Warriors #7 awaits!
The Secret Empire is nearly upon us! What will the heroes do? What will the secret heroes do? What will the Secret Warriors do? Take the jump for your first look at Secret Warriors #1 from Marvel Comics.
Or – “Awright, You Gold-Brickin Swastika Slingin’ Ratzis And Like That!” It’s been a while since I’ve checked in with the adventures of Nick Fury (once the head of SHIELD, now a Secret Warrior against something or other) and his charges in the Secret Warriors. Last I read, they were in the midst of the Secret Invasion and they had a new member who reminded me of Gateway, and there was lots of Sturm und Drang about HYDRA being SHIELD being HYDRA. What’s happened in between, you ask? Click away, Faithful Spoilerite, and see what shall be revealed…
Or – “HowÂ To Do A Crossover…” Hey, look!Â It’s the much-awaited return of AVENGERS DOUBLE-FEATURE!!!Â For some months now, the Olympian known as Ares has remained unaware of the activities that his son has been engaging in with Nick Fury’s Secret Warriors.Â That situation is about to change, and the God of War is about to register his discontent with Nicholas J. Fury.Â Parent/Teacher conferences have never been this interesting…
Or – “Sir, I Protest! I Am NOT A Merry Man!!!” Once again, we’ve come to the situation where Stately Spoilers Manor contains far more comics than there are days to review ’em, leading once again unto the Final Frontier… NUQNEH – NOOKNEHH! Phasers on summarize!
While not a huge crossover event, Secret Warriors #7 and #8 are crossing over into issues #135 and #136 of the Thunderbolts series as Nick Fury takes the fight to Norman Osborn. Editor Bill Rosemann explained, â€œNick Fury vs. Norman Osborn? The Secret Warriors vs. the Thunderbolts? Andy Diggle and Jonathan Hickman trying to one-up one another? Miguel Sepulveda and Alessandro Vitti out for blood? Something tells me this is going to get messyâ€
Or – “Additional Revenge of the Return of the Living Monolith!” Woodland creatures with large-bore ballistic weapons? Looks like it’s time for another round of RAPID-FIRE REVIEWS!Â With special guest star, Ted McGinnis!Â And Jerry Mathers as the Stephen!
Or – “Cut Me Some Slack, I Been Working ForÂ A Promotion…” My day gig is a study in many things…Â Management theories.Â Inappropriate dress.Â The mating habits of the Bisexuals Of The Plains.Â But one thing that it is not, and has never been, is uncomplicated.Â Thus, I have come to you, our Faithful Spoilerites, with another batch of mini-reviews, just like a Chili’s mini-burger entree only less likely to make your @$$ look like a truck.Â (Also, be aware that I just barely decided not to do this one in limerick form, in honor o’ th’ wearin’ o’ the
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a couple e-mails to pass along to readers that New Avengers: The Reunion #1 and Secret Warriors #2 have both sold out at the distributor level, causing Marvel to send the issues back to press with new covers. About New Avengers: The Reunion #1 During the terror of Dark Reign, watch as Clint Barton (a.k.a Ronin) tries to help Mockingbird readjust to her new life and save the woman he once called his wife.Â This second printing features David Lopezâ€™s stylish interior art on the cover! And about Secret Warriors #2 Find out who Nick Fury
Or – “In Which I Review Entirely In Haiku…” Rapid Fire Reviews… Comics In Poetic Form. (Let’s See If This Works.)