With World War Hulk: Front Line #1 and World War Hulk: X-Men #1 selling out at Diamond, Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek a World War Hulk Front Line #2. Similar to Civil War Front Line, WWHFL gives readers a look at the conflict through the eyes of Ben Urich and Sally “Have you ever been to MySpace” Floyd.
Next week is the week that sees the survival or end of Ash as he battles the Marvel Zombies. Frankly, I’m betting on Ash. Dynamite Entertainment has sent Major Spoilers as sneak peek of the issue.
It’s Friday, and if you were paying attention you noticed there wasn’t a sneak peek from Image yesterday. That’s because the company sent us so many sneak peeks this week that it spilled over to today, giving you plenty to gawk at as you slide into the weekend. Alien Pig Farm, Ward of the State, The Ride, and Dynamo 5 are just a few you can feast your eyes on after the jump.
On the heels of Matthew’s review of X-Men #200, Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of issue #201 that continues Endangered Species storyline. But the arc isn’t contained in X-Men alone, the action spills over into Uncanny X-Men #488, X-Factor #21, and New X-Men #40. Might want to get to the store if you are interested in this series, as Marvel told us issue #200 has sold out at Diamond and it doesn’t have plans to go back to press at this time.
Ok, maybe you didn’t read World War Hulk #1, but the return of the green goliath is going to rip through the Marvel U this summer and will have huge impact on everything to come. Already Hulk took the beat down to Black Bolt and Iron Man, now the war spills over into Ghost Rider and Avengers: The Initiative #4. Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at both issues that arrive July 18.
Return to wonderland #1 hits stores today. If you haven’t read the preview issue released a couple of months ago, then you might want to flip through the issue in the stores, or read this sneak peek of issue #2. Personally, I like the Grimm Fairy Tales stories as they are retellings of the classic tales with a Twilight Zone twist to them. With the exception of one or two of the stories, I think the series is a good one. Return to Wonderland looks to be a really twisted visit to the land of yesteryear – I like it.
Fans of Ash will be happy to know Bruce Campbell Ashley J. Williams is back from the land of Marvel Zombies and will pick up the pieces of his original world overrun by Evil Bruce Campbell Ash and his Army of Darkness. in a prepared statement Dynamite stated, “If there’s a philosophy behind the Army of Darkness series, it’s that it’s hard to keep a good chosen one down. Ash’s trip to the world of Marvel Zombies introduced the action and horror of AOD to a whole new audience, making our deadite-fighting hero more popular than ever. All the action
IDW Publishing has announced a prequel to the graphic novel and upcoming movie 30 Days of Night. while you might think a vampire-in-the-arctic-circle story might be a one shot deal, Ben Templesmith returns telling a story set 100 years before the original. In “30 Days of Night: Red Snow,” Eisner Award-nominated artist Templesmith, makes his debut as writer/artist on the nightmarish world of vampires he co-created. This gritty, three-part tale is set during World War II and follows a British military attaché who is assigned to getting aid through Stalin’s frontline troops, all while the Russian winter grows more threatening.
I’ve always wanted to do a Kung-Fu Zombie Western, but it looks like Th3rd World Studios may have beaten me to the punch with two of the three ideas. Omega Chase is a western where the dead have guns and are out for the sheriff. I’m not sure about the gun-toting part, but hey, it is a different take on the shuffling brain eaters. Take the jump for the six page preview of the four issue mini-series that arrives in September.