The Avengers are coming home to a world under the control of the mad Titan, Thanos. Their mission: Liberate the Earth at all costs. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
There are those who mock me for my love of professional wrestling, but it should be noted that if mockery hurt my feelings, I’d probably never have survived knowing Stephen for the last 25 years or so. Besides, the occasionally masked warriors of the world of wrasslin’ have a lot in common with the superheroes and sci-fi types that Faithful Spoilerites love. Many of our heroes have their own catchphrases, from Han Solo’s “I’ve gotta bad feeling about this” to Spock’s “Fascinating” to Spider-Man’s “I have no idea what happened to my wife”. Heck, The Doctor has six or ten different ones, depending on the incarnation and season involved, while James T. Kirk has a method of speaking that turns EVERYTHING he says into something of a trademark, which in turn begs a query…
The MS-QOTD (pronounced, as always, “misquoted”) kinda favors “It’s King Cobra’s world… You just live in it”, asking: If you had to choose RIGHT NOW, what would be your catch-phrase?
Love, love, love this video for Goldie Blox, a new line of engineering toys aimed at girls. There is a lot of discussion lately at the Real World Job about getting girls into more STEM programs (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics), and if this is a way to do it, then I’m all for it.
Agent Matt Price a.k.a. Brain Boy is an independent contractor working for the Untied State Secret Service. Raised by Albright Industries when his parents died, Matt exhibited extraordinary psychic abilities such as telepathy and telekinesis. From there, Agent Price has lived a good life being the world’s most powerful telepath and a powerful asset when it comes to national security. Albright Industries loans him out as a private contractor to safeguard important political figures by mentally sweeping dangerous areas. Although no secret can be hidden forever from him, Agent Price will learn that some secrets should be left buried.
Wondering why the other living actors who played Doctor Who didn’t make it into The Day of the Doctor this past weekend? This video from Peter Davison shows you everything… (Warning: Some spoilers, which is why we held off until today to share it.)
Entertainment reporter, Tim Estiloz interviews Pete Marston, the son of William Moulton Marston, the creator of Wonder Woman. Pete Marston talks about his father’s creation – and, shows his massive collection of Wonder Woman memorabilia, one of the largest in the world. Video produced, shot and edited by Tim Estiloz. www.TimEstiloz.com
Monkeybrain Comics has a number of new digital books arriving throughout the week. We have sneak peeks of Panels for Primates, Panels for Primates Junior, Anti-Hero #5, and Strange Nation #2.
Award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios is thrilled to announce the December debut of Ryan North’s first original print comic book series THE MIDAS FLESH, marking the launch of the publisher’s new imprint, BOOM! Box.
You’ve had your chance to watch Day of the Doctor (or if you haven’t, why not?), and it is time for Matthew and Stephen to go into so very spoilery territory as they discuss the 50th Anniversary special of Doctor Who, “The Day of the Doctor.”
Some time ago, we looked at the Superman story that had the great misfortune to come out in the days immediately following the assassination of President Kennedy fifty years ago this week. What you may not know is, that tale wasn’t the only Kennedy-related story that DC had on tap in those heady days of 1963, and the story of the second one is as interesting as the first. Your Major Spoiler (retro) review awaits!
Valiant Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bloodshot and HARD Corps #18 by Christos Gage, Joshua Dysart and Bart Sears.
Based on the video game of the same name, Brian Curtin brings the video game to life in this fan film.