On Friday, MajorSpoilers.com’s Head Honcho Stephen Schleicher wrote the following: “Diamond Comic Distributors has announced DC Comics took the top spot once again in September for comics released in the direct market. Is this the sign of a major market change, or is the apocalypse upon us all!?” Given the reaction of some of my Marvel friends, I’d say the latter. I’ve had to give some the local comics suicide hotline number! Sheesh!
Marvel released a first look All-New Wolverine #13 by Tom Taylor and Nik Virella.
Cloned from the hero who once bore her nom de guerre, Laura Kinney was created to be a weapons. With the help of her genetic donor, she escaped that life, and now seeks to return to the favor to the next generation of clones… Your Major Spoilers review of All-New Wolverine #8 awaits!
Now the same animosity between Marvel and DC not only continues in the comics, but has moved to the movie theater and TV as well.
Old Man Logan is used to the harsh wasteland of the country that was once America. Now, in the present day before it all went wrong, he believes he has another chance to save the day. Can he be successful? Find out in you Major Spoilers review of Old Man Logan #1!
Don’t worry, you haven’t fallen through a wormhole, Marvel is just releasing a new series called Old Man Logan. The first issue arrives in January, and we have your first look at the covers and first pages, after the jump.
The television event I’ve been waiting for is happening this Tuesday and Wednesday nights. It’s the annual crossover between The Flash and Arrow on The CW. Last year’s crossover was a huge ratings success, prompting the early renewal of both shows on the network. Will the same thing happen again? I hope so!
It’s an all new Wolverine title with an all new Wolverine! Well, not all new, it’s Laura Kinney aka X-23 a clone of the real Wolverine who is now under the yellow and blue mask. Can a clone be considered all new, and hasn’t X-23 technically been Wolverine before? Enough with semantics, let’s get to the review of All-New Wolverine #1!
I’ve been reading comics now for decades, and one of the trends I thought would last forever was the popularity of comics featuring mutants. However, even I’m surprised at how quickly the mutants have faded away in the last couple of years. Here’s what I think happened!
After a big relaunch in 1991, the X-Men were more popular (and more populous) than ever before, but when their worst enemy returns with bad intentions and a lack of restraint, even the team’s heaviest hitters might not make it out in one piece. It’s Fatal Attractions, y’all! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of X-Men #25 awaits!