If you are a collector of original comic book art, Heritage Auctions has an event coming up that will feature the sale of Bernie Wrightson’s cover to Swamp Thing #1 and more.
In case you missed the announcement earlier, Swamp Thing is returning to comics in 2016, with co-creator Len Wein at the wheel.
The Convergence continues as DC characters are forced to live in cities trapped under domes without their powers. We’ve seen how the dome affects powers like Superman’s, but what about a character like Swamp Thing? What happens when his connection to the Green is severed for a year? Find out in the Major Spoilers review of Convergence: Swamp Thing #1!
Convergence is almost here, and DC Comics sent Major Spoilers and exclusive sneak peek at Convergence: Swamp Thing #1 that arrives in stores on April 22, 2015.
Press Release Hastings Entertainment, Inc. (NASDAQ: HAST), a leading multimedia entertainment superstore and internet retailer, is excited to announce an exclusive DC Comics Sofubi Vinyl Swamp Thing figure that can only be found at Hastings Entertainment and online at goHastings.com. The Swamp Thing figure is a collaboration from Medicom and Diamond comics, with only 300 figures produced world-wide, Hastings Entertainment or www.goHastings.com will be the only retailer with these figures available.
Continuity, as it applies to comic books, has become something of a dirty word. The common refrain is that a story that references things that has gone before inevitably devolves into nerdery and disappears up its own behind, a recursive ouroboros of backstory and caption-boxes. Well, Faithful Spoilerites, this wasn’t ALWAYS the case… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review awaits!
It’s Villains Month, and the Swamp Thing couldn’t make it to his book thanks to a mani-pedi at the Home Depot. Luckily (for some values of the word, anyway) Anton Arcane has a few minutes to spare, and he wants to tell you something… Something horrible. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
The Internet is still burning over how DC treated Gail Simone last week and through that smoke and haze the comic publisher has announced who will be filling in for her and a few other changes. Click that button for more details.
With its nearly year long build up, Rotworld has finally begun, promising us a long, epic tale spanning three titles. The Swamp Thing Annual has arrived and it’s telling a very different kind of story for a horror book. Major Spoilers takes a look to see if a story of love works along side all the death and decay.
Or – “…And A New Beginning.” And Welcome to the New Year! (Sorry, I’m not going to kiss you. I’m a happily married man, after all. But, that doesn’t mean there isn’t some kissing to be had, Faithful Spoilerite.) Often, when I consider what comics I want to Retro Review, I find myself gravitating towards the years wherein I really discovered comics as an art form, circa my early teens in the mid-Reagan-era. When I started thinking about what book would make the perfect start for a new year full of promise and high hopes, one thing was certain: Alan