Radical Publishing has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of City of Dust #1. Here’s how the company describes the first issue: Record show the Earth once known, was consumed by religious wars spurred by the suppression of free thought and where creative expression is now veiwed as the rot and infestation of the mind.Â This chilling vision of the future unveils a world where the police now patrol for crimes of the imagination, or Mind Crimes as they are called.Â Those beliefs, along with any other tales of false heroes, idols or gods, are illegal.Â The world is anew
With Storm split between her duties as Queen of Wakanda, and an X-Men, Marvel’s X-Men Worlds Apart may have Ororo deciding which world she will stay in.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives October 15, 2008.
AAM/Markosia has announced its latest series, Ritual, will arrive in December.Â The series is written by Andy Briggs, with art by Sawn McCauley. Publisher Harry Markos explains, â€˜We’ve been working with Andy Briggs for a while now so when he approached me about the possibility of developing some new properties I jumped at the chance! Andy is incredibly talented and prolific with many ongoing projects at the moment, including movies, TV and as a published author of several books. I figured that he’s worth getting involved with now rather than wait until he has the sort of success that I
I like the tag Oni Press is using for the upcoming Labor Days title – Revolution has a gigolo, and his name is Bags.Â Bags just happens to be a down on his luck slacker, who’s stumbled across a mysterious videotape, and it’s up to him to find the truth. The graphic novel is by Philip Gelatt with art by Rick Lacy.Â Oni Press has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the 144 page black and white comic that arrives in October.
Following the events of Brand New May, Mayday Parker’s life is in a complete turmoil as friends are now enemies, and her foes are…well… still foes, but a few come to her aid. Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Amazing Spider-Girl #25, that you can see after the jump.
Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are teaming to bring a new noir-ish superhero tale from Marvel called Incognito. â€œIncognito is a project that Iâ€™ve been waiting to do for some time now,â€ said Brubaker. â€œWhere Sean and I previously explored a good guy pretending to be bad and losing sight of the difference, Incognito is the flipside.Â The story of a bad guy forced to be good, and what happens when he starts to go stir-crazy from the monotony of normal life.Â Itâ€™s a dark look at good and evil and pulp and noir all in one hard-hitting package.â€ MarvelÂ
Arriving from Spacedog Entertainment this week is Zero-G #1, the first in the four-issue mini-series, that tells the tale of space miners on an abandoned asteroid, that’s not as abandoned as they might think.Â Spacedog sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue, that you can see after the jump.