Valiant Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bloodshot #12 that arrives in stores on June 19, 2013.
Valiant Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bloodshot #11 by Duane Swierczynski and Barry Kitson.
Valiant Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Bloodshot #10 by Barry Kitson and Duane Swierczynski.
Professional artists and writers discuss “when is a picture done” and “tips for critiquing your own work”. Ron Frenz, Barry Kitson, Jeff McComsey and more . . . #8 in the Comic Book Story Teller series hosted by Frick Weber (author of Earthlings and The Field on the Edge of the Woods). Presented by cloud9comix.com
Valiant Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Harbinger #7 that arrives in stores today! Yes, TODAY!
The Baltimore Comic-Con would like to extend a whole-hearted “Thank You!” to all of those who helped make our 13th annual show a success! The success of the show would not have been possible without the contributions of our exhibitors, guests, and staff. We would especially like to thank the fans that attended the weekend’s events. Without you, the show simply could not have happened! We are already looking forward to our 14th annual show, which will be held the weekend of September 7-8, 2013.
Or – “Cap And Tony Go To Monte Carlo.”
I can’t wait for the sequel, ‘Cap And Tony Go Bananas.’ Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “The Great Book With The Spectacularly Unattractive Covers…”
Ever since Joe Quesada’s guest-shot wraparound cover for issue #600, I’ve been struck each month how weird some of the covers for the Fantastic Four title look. Just glancing at this cover on the stands, I was confused as to why Reed Richards would take the time to cop a feel during a giant intergalactic crisis situation. Maybe it’s just the coloring, but this issue’s cover is just flat weird looking…
So… How’s the actual book?
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of FF #4 by Jonathan Hickman and Barry Kitson for you to check out, after the jump.
Boom! Studios announced that the Mark Waid scripted Irredeemable #1 sold out on the first day it was up for sale, prompting Boom! to head back to press.
The IRREDEEMABLE #1 second print (FEB098596) will feature a sketch variant of the original Barry Kitson cover. BOOM! will also be offering a 1-in-20 incentive with the second printing. This incentive will be an unsigned first print of IRREDEEMABLE #1C that was originally offered as a 1-in-50 incentive signed by Mark Waid.
Retailers can order the second printing now, which means the reprint should be in stores shortly.Â If you are sitting on the fence on picking this one up, read the Major Spoilers review of the issue we did prior to the issue’s release.
Barry Kitson, artist of Marvel Comics’ Amazing Spider-Man, will appear at Cards, Comics & Collectibles of Reisterstown, MD on Wednesday April 1, 2009.Â No joke!
Barry, whose work on Amazing Spider-Man includes the first story in the best-selling “Obama issue” #583, has had his work published in many titles, including runs on Marvel’s The Order and Secret Invasion:Â Fantastic Four and DC’s Legion of Super-Heroes, The Titans, and Empire.
The signing will be held on Wednesday, April 1, 2009 from 3pm to 7:30pm.Â Our address is 100 A Chartley Dr., Reisterstown, MDÂ 21136.Â For more information, call Cards, Comics & Collectibles at 410-526-7410.
May 1st starts our 25th year!
Well, not really, but his latest project for Boom! Studios features a good guy turning bad in Irredeemable.Â Essentially Waid is asking the question, “What if the world’s greatest hero decided to become the world’s greatest villain?”Â Waid is answering the question in the new monthly ongoing series.
“In superhero comics, pretty much everyone who’s called upon to put on a cape is, at heart, emotionally equipped for the job.Â I reject that premise,” said series writer and BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid.Â “IRREDEEMABLE is, in a way, my third and most complex chapter on the cost of superheroics – a pulp adventure tale of horror exploring how the lessons we learn about right and wrong as children can become warped and twisted when challenged by the realities of the adult world. ”
The first issue will feature variant covers by John Cassaday and Barry Kitson and will arrive in stores in April.
Check out the sneak peek after the jump.