Most of the Convergence crossovers have been following a similar format, but the Seven Soldiers Of Victory aren’t you average super-team, and so don’t get the average Convergence storyline… Your Major Spoilers review of Convergence: World’s Finest #1 awaits!
With Convergence literally days away, DC Comics sent us an exclusive look at Convergence: World’s Finest Comics #1. It’s everything you need to know about the Seven Soldiers of Victory!
Or – “Before The New 52!” With the return of the concept of Earth-2, an alternate Earth with alternate versions of characters we know, we’ve seen a resurgence of Power Girl and the Huntress, both of whom deserve another turn in the spotlight. But, what about the events that brought them to our world? That’s what DC brought us Zero Month for, and your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Power Girl and Huntress are just making their presence known in the DCnU proper after living there for five years. What waves are they going to make? Can they get back home? What is Helena’s last name here? Find some of the answers in the Major Spoilers review after the jump. . .
Or – “Awright, Who Goosed The Huntress?” I have a somewhat embarrassing admission to make about this Huntress limited series: I didn’t pick it up because of the really unattractive cover to issue #1. There was a hard-edged unpleasantness to it that really worked against me, snarling angrily at me from the stands. It’s kind of a shame, too, because DC promises that this one has a monster at the end of this book a surprise climax that will launch other impressive things…
Or – “This One Goes Out To My Homegirls, The Super-Future Friends…*” I started regularly reading comics at a truly wonderful time, as Marvel was shaking off it’s 70’s doldrums and DC was building up to the biggest (and probably the most important) crossover madness of all time. Both companies were also putting out handbooks explaining their long histories, and I clearly remember buying issue #5 of ‘Who’s Who In The DC Universe.” After histories of Clayface (whom I remembered from the 70’s Batman cartoon), Colossal Boy from the Legion, and Commander Steel (whom I remembered from All-Star Squadron), I
Or – “One Of The Single Scariest Comics Books I Ever Read…” Halloween! The night where ghouls and goblins and Power Rangers and princesses wander the streets at random, in search of your chocolatey comestibles, and where grown women get to dress as trollops and call it a costume. I do so love it… In the spirit of the holiday, I have combed my back-issue collection for the first comic book that really scared me, a book that freaked me out when I read it, and still gives me that Vincent Price hair-on-the-back-of-the-neck feeling today. Ooooh, scary stuff, kids! Blah!
I havenâ€™t talked with anyone who is a big fan of Damian Wayne.Â The side-kick-wanna-be grates on every nerve and itâ€™s a wonder heâ€™s able to get anything done with his rotten attitude.Â There are probably more people who like the Guardian, Metropolisâ€™ Science Police Field Commander. But he too tends to push certain buttons that turns some people off.Â Toss them both in an issue of Worldâ€™s Finest, and watch the fireworks fly.
Or – “Where it all began…” This week Major Spoilers celebrates its first birthday! Woohoo! While Major Spoilers may be one year old this week, my love of comics began way back 1981. We were on a family vacation – you know the kind of vacation where you pack everyone into a camper and travel the highways and byways of this great country seeing the sites. I believe it was the summer we did the old west tour of Deadwood, Yellowstone National Park, the Grand Tetons, and of course Frontier Days in Cheyenne. It was on one of the many