Holy deforestation! Image Comics dropped off 10 sneak peeks for titles shipping next week. The massive preview includes Brit 1, Lucha Libre 1, Strange Cases 1, Sorrow 1, Dust 2, Frank Frazetta’s Death Dealer 4, Bad Planet 3, Lions, Tigers, and Bears Vol. II 4, Strange Embrace 4, and The Pro. Lots of new series kicking off, I should have titled this one Image Sneak Peek of the Week: The Big One Edition.
The second issue of Top Cow’s Pilot Season is on its way, and the company dropped off a sneak peek of Cyblade: Pilot Season #1 for you to check out. Don’t forget you can vote which two characters will get their own all-new series at www.myspace.com/pilotseason.
Sorry true believers, Captain America is still rotting away somewhere (for now), yet for some reason we’ve been seeing him pop up in more Marvel titles lately. Take Avengers Classic #4 for example. Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that features a brand new story of Captain America written by Dwayne McDuffie and Michael Avon Oeming as well as a remastered retelling of Avengers #4. Bizarre? Maybe, but no more strange than say, Wolverine Origins #16.
Hulk meet Doctor Strange. Doctor Strange, Hulk. Now touch gloves and come out fighting. I know it sounds vaugely familiar, but with the Hulk smashing his way through Marvel U, everyone is going to get their chance in the ring for the fate of everything. Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a panel selection sneak peek of issue #4 that arrives September 19.
The newest and boldest Marvel tales are going to be found in Marvel Comics Presents #1. At least that is what Marvel is telling us about the return of title. “Marvel Comics Presents is the place to find hot new creators side by side with the superstars of today,” explained series editor John Barber. “We’ve got some stories you won’t believe, giving you insights into old favorite characters , as well as redefining some—like Guardian and Hellcat—for an exciting future.” Take the jump for a sneak peek.
Marvel Comics has provided us with a sneak peek at some of the titles arriving next week. This weekend Major Spoilers brings you Avengers: The Initiative 5, Black Panther 30, Fantastic Four 549, Silver Surfer: Requiem 4, World War Hulk: X-Men 3, and Stan Lee’s The Last Fantastic Four Story. I’ve taken a peek at the full issue of the Last Fantastic Four Story, and it isn’t half bad in a Stan Lee sort of way. It’s an interesting tale that doesn’t end like you might expect it. On Wednesday you can expect a full review of the latest Initiative
Image Comics has sent Major Spoilers a bunch of sneak peeks to help you ease into the weekend. Mice Templar is looking quite good, as is The Walking Dead. Rounding out the collection is Amory Wars 3, Bomb Queen 1, and True Story Swear to God 8.
Yes, Captain America is still dead, but his friends are out for revenge. Winter Soldier (aka Bucky Barnes) finds himself up against a Mighty Avenger and Crossbones. Marvel promises Captain America #30 will conclude the Death of Captain America story and leave your jaw on the floor. (psst… please let us know if your jaw is really on the floor) To loosen that mandible, Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue.
Kicking off in Origins #16, the Our War arc features an untold tale of Captain America and Wolverine during World war II. The issue was so popular it sold out at Diamond comics Distributors. Marvel hasn’t announced if it will go back to press with the issue, but it has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at issue #17.
No Spock is not landing at Xavier’s school, that would be that other hero show… Emperor Vulcan finds the Starjammers battling Shi’ar forces in a clash of the titans (also another movie). Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that is set to arrive next month.