Set in Chicago among escalating racial tension between citizens and police officers, Nighthawk follows the vigilante as he fights crime and corruption. This dark and violent book could possibly be called “Marvel’s Batman”, but is there more going on inside? Read your Major Spoilers review to find out!
Yet another new number one for the all-new all-different Marvel Universe. This time it is the Squadron Supreme written by James Robinson with art by Leonard Kirk.
Following our discussion of the Squadron Supreme, Matthew thought it would be a great idea to visit the Supreme Power reboot that kicked off in 2003. Babylon 5 creator and Amazing Spider-Man writer J. Michael Straczynski presents a new vision of a world about to give birth to its first generation of super-heroes! Follow the origins of these new heroes and anti-heroes – from their birth through adulthood – and examine how their lives and abilities change and shape the world around them. The god-like Hyperion discovers his whole life has actually been an elaborate government-made lie, and his reaction
In this issue: Rodrigo is MIA once again, but that doesn’t stop Matthew and Stephen from having a lively discussion about The Squadron Supreme, Ghostbusters, Brian Singer, and Santa’s Naughty and Nice list. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers162.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, The Major Spoilers crew go back in time to check out what happens when superheroes stop being polite and start living in the real world. Freed from the constraints of keeping the comic’s Earth looking (at least superficially) like our Earth and of tying into the continuity of other books, Mark Gruenwald explored the ramifications of super-heroes taking over the world to save it from itself. A “pre-Watchmen Watchmen“; it substitutes for that book’s cynicism with a sense of humor and history. As always, the Major Spoilers Podcast is nothing without comments from
Marvel Comics has sent us a whole lotta previews for titles arriving in stores January 10, 2007. The year is starting to look good with Blade #5, Mythos: Ghost Rider, and Squadron Supreme. All the details, and five page previews for each title, after the jump.