With digital very likely to be a major player for comics in the future, many comics companies are getting an early start on the entire “revolution” that may see us downloading issues from an FTP site rather than going to our local comics shops … sooner than we think!
Watch this and then time yourself on how long it takes for you to complete your pre-order for Arkham Origins.
Don’t miss a special interview during the 90th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast, now at MajorSpoilers.Com!
This week I get to talk with John Layman, from Image’s Chew and DC’s Detective Comics! John talks about how both gigs came to be, and even hints at what fans might expect from both titles in the coming months! It’s always something terrific when I get to chat with a person working on Batman, but it’s extra great to discuss the fascinating Tony Chu!
Then everything wraps up with Gianluca Glazer discussing the latest ‘News & Previews’ with me!
Wayne’s Comics is created by Wayne Hall, who also writes the weekly Comics Portal column and reviews comics for this site as well!
DC Comics seems to think so. In the recently released solicitations for August, almost a third of DC’s output will be Batbooks. But is all that bat a bad idea for business? Major Spoilers runs the numbers.
You know, I think we’ll just let this speak for itself. Take the jump and see.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment released a sneak peek of next week’s LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite, that you can check out, after the jump.
I’ve always been a fan of when heroes from different universes meet (or clash, as the case may be). For instance, I would love to see a new Marvel/DC crossover take place. Justice League of America/Avengers is still one of my all-time favorite books!
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Lego Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite, the full length animated movie based on the TT Animation video game.
I used to hate being asked “Paper or plastic?” when I shopped in a grocery store. But comics buyers face a similar problem when purchasing their favorite books.
“Sock! Pow! Whap!”
For decades, those words were synonymous with comic books in the mainstream media, thanks to the fan-favorite depiction of comic book images in the DC Comics 1960s Batman Classic TV Series. Today, Diamond Select Toys (DST) is proud to announce it has teamed up with Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP), on behalf of DC Entertainment, to create high-quality collectibles based on the TV classic, including busts and statues.
Bluewater Productions sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week.
Now that C2E2 has finished, it’s time to take a look at what DC brought to the show, because a booth wasn’t one of them.