Sometimes you just want a break from the usual Marvel or DC superhero fare, and when those times come one looks toward the smaller publishers. This time I set my gazes on Dark Horse Comics and in its dark eyes I saw Dream Thief. With mysterious dead bodies, stolen Australian artifacts, and an Alex Ross cover, this looks like a recipe for success. Find out how it fares in this Major Spoilers review!
The line between television and comics continues to blur as TV’s Grimm becomes a comic book!
The Owl returns to comics in his own limited series. Written by the critically acclaimed , J.T. Krul, with art by Heubert Khan Michael, and covers by Alex Ross and special Subscription Only Exclusive Covery Ardian Syaf, The Owl #1 hits stores this coming July!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Bionic Man #18, Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist #10, Queen Sonja #34, Voltron #11, Damsels #6, Jennifer Blood #24, and The Spider #10.
In connection with the final days of its exhibition, “Heroes & Villains: The Comic Book Art of Alex Ross,” Norman Rockwell Museum will present “The Business of Art: Careers in Comics” on Saturday, February 16, from 1 to 4 p.m.
If you were one of the lucky few that got their hands on the now sold out Star Wars #1, consider yourself lucky. If you didn’t, there’s still a chance to get your hands on four extremely limited pencil variant covers from Dark Horse Comics.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of The Shadow Special #1 that arrives in stores on December 26, 2012.
In this issue, Matthew and Stephen sit down to discuss/argue the finer points of pulp heroes joining forces to fight evil in Masks #2 from Dynamite Entertainment.
Powerful criminals and crooked politicians have taken over New York, and instituted a fascist police state. With the law bent to their own purposes, the so- called “Justice Party” and their army of Black Legion troopers imprison, extort, and execute any citizens who stand in their way. Only vigilantes like the Shadow, Green Hornet, and the Spider have any hope of standing against them, but instead of operating outside the law as they have always done, these masked heroes must now oppose the law in their fight for justice. But they will not be fighting alone, as more men and women don masks and emerge from the shadows to stand alongside them.
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As announced at New York Comic-Con, Mark Waid’s Green Hornet is coming from Dynamite is 2013! March 2013, to be specific! The interiors are guaranteed to be incredible with Mark Waid’s brilliant writing, and rising star, Daniel Indro on interiors. But we are premiering the covers of Alex Ross and Paolo Rivera, for this amazing first issue!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Sherlock Holmes: The Liverpool Demon, Red Sonja: Atlantis Rising #4, Garth Ennis’ Battlefields: The Greed Fields Beyond, Peter Cannon: Thunderbolt #4, and more.
The Green Hornet, Kato and The Shadow team up to take on the Justice Party, a corrupt political party that has swept New York State by storm. Also, the Spider… More after the jump!
Dynamite Entertainment is proud to announce the The Art of Painted Comics hardcover, containing the first all-encompassing retrospective covering the entire history of Painted Comics. Featuring art by Alex Ross, Greg Hildebrandt, Frank Frazetta, Joe Jusko, Michael William Kaluta, Bill Sienkiewicz, Neal Adams, Julie Bell, Joseph Michael Linsner, Glen Orbik, Simon Bisley, Dave Dorman, Phil Noto, Greg Horn, Brian Bolland, Ashley Wood, Charles Vess, Mark Teixeira, Arthur Suydam, Dave McKean, and MANY MANY MORE!!