Comics, like all art, can affect people in many ways. They can entertain, inform, make social commentary and shock the reader, sometimes all at once. Unleash is one of those stories, dealing with sexual assault and violence. So, can a comic like Unleash be entertaining or is it all for shock value? Click for the review! (WARNING: those sensitive to themes of sexual violence may want to skip this review as there will be slight descriptions that could upset some readers.)
Dark Horse is thrilled to announce Life Between Panels: The Complete Tails Omnibus, a complete collection of his semiautobiographical webcomic along with a second volume of The Battles of Bridget Lee.
One TV show I enjoy a lot is Vikings, which appears on the History Channel. Is it accurate, historically? No, it’s not, but it’s something different, and I enjoy that. When I heard Titan Comics was making comics based on the series, I was thrilled… especially when Cavan Scott of Doctor Who fame was scripting!
Dark Horse Books has collected those classic tales, warning readers about the devil’s cigarettes, in a new Reefer Madness trade paperback.
[Solicitations] Rosarium Publishing to release The Adventures of Wally Fresh Volume 1: Cupid’s Arrow on October 5th
Rosarium Publishing has announced it is releasing the first volume of The Adventures of Wally Fresh in October.
It’s time, once again, for you (our favorite people in the world) to pick the next trade paperback we will review on the Major Spoilers Podcast!
It’s time once again to pick the next trade paperback we will discuss on the Major Spoilers Podcast.
It’s time once again, for You to pick the next trade paperback we read and discuss on the Major Spoilers Podcast.
Garth Ennis and Carlos Ezquerra’s Bloody Mary series returns to print in March from Image Comics.
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, we take a look at The Woods Volume One by James Tynion IV and Michael Dialynas.
Every so often, I re-examine the idea of trade paperbacks versus individual issues. Now that I’m helping out behind the scenes on a comic series (the aforementioned Stabbity Bunny), I’m encountering new questions regarding the unending question of trade paperbacks versus individual issues in a series.
It’s time once again for you to pick the trade paperback your humble hosts of the Major Spoilers Podcast will review for you! GOING FORWARD (IMPORTANT) If you want to suggest a trade paperback, you need to send an email to email@example.com. That suggestion will go into the hopper and at least once a month, we’ll pick a number of suggestions for you to vote on, and at the end of the polling period, the book with the most votes will get the Major Spoilers Podcast treatment.