Nite Owl and Rorschach are back after a strong outing in the much talked about Before Watchmen series of books. Will issue two hold up or will it flounder in its second issue? Major Spoilers is putting on its owl googles and giving you the answer.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers the variant cover to Avengers vs. X-Men #8 by artist Adam Kubert.
Marvel sent over the variant cover to the upcoming Point One #1 by Adam Kubert and Nick Bradshaw.
DC Comics has announced that Andy Kubert will join Grant Morrison on a two-issue arc of Action Comics. Kubert will step in on issues #5 and #6 that features an appearance by the Legion of Super-Heroes and Krypto.
Or – “One Time Where I’m Glad It’s Barry Allen…”
As much as I have not cared for the revamped and relaunched “Ultimate” Barry Allen, I am glad this game-changing miniseries is all about Flash II. Since he ushered in the original universal change back in ’54, it’s fitting that he be at the forefront as we do it again for a new age. But how do we get from here to there?
Or – “The Oncoming Storm…”
So, with all the talk about what’s coming in September, how many people forgot that we still had a ways to go in order to get there?
In the race to the relaunch, DC’s “Flashpoint” hits its half way point. With the trio of Flash, Batman, and Cyborg hunting for their hopeful Kryptonian savior, can this issue make it to the finish line without falling flat on its face?
Take the jump, and find out!
The date for the big DC event has been set for May 2011, and as a final teaser for the week, DC Comics released the following image revealing the characters tied to each of teaser images from yesterday.
As we speculated, this does look like a company wide event with the Flash at the center. As with any event like this (Final Crisis, Zero Hour, Crisis on Infinite Earths) there a good chance that everything we’ve endured these last couple of years. Will Batman, Inc. be undone? Will Superman stop walking around? Will Wonder Wonder get her Spankx back?
DC Comics promises more information each week leading to the event, but now we know the date (May 2011), the writer (Geoff Johns), and the artist (Andy Kubert). Now it’s time for you to get your rage on, or your praise on until the big day arrives.
If you need any more information about Flashpoint and Zoom’s role in it, these two teaser images should give you a clue.
Anyone want to start placing bets now on if this will be contained in the Flash title only, of if Johns will get everyone else at DC to turn this into a universe changing event that reboots the DC Universe?
ROBOT OVERLORD: The only things standing in the way of me becoming the supreme ruler of this planet, are the number of government agencies tracking my every online move, and a good pair of walking legs. For those who seek to do wrong in the funny pages, it’s up to the superheroes of the world to thwart their schemes. But what happens when my man Joseph McCarthy tells them to unmask? I’ll let my underlings fill you in.
DC has unveiled the final two Andy Kubert covers of Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne, and we find Batman doing the noir thing, and the return of the hero.
The only thing better than an original Major Spoilers piece of art, is Andy Kubert and his covers for the upcoming Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne series.
Today, we’re featuring not one, but two covers, one each for issues #3 and #4.Â If you don’t want to see the Dread Pirate Batman, or The Good, The Bad, and The Batman covers, don’t take the jump.