So, if you listened to last week’s Dueling Review Podcast, you may have heard me speculate on the fate of someone in Batman, Inc. #8, coming out this week from DC Comics. Looks like that rumor is now fact, and you’ll have to take the jump to find out what all this means… because, you know, even though the site is called Major Spoilers, many of you don’t like to be spoiled… or something like that.
DC Comics sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in May 2013. This month’s solicitations features Geoff Johns’ final issue of Green Lantern, and the conclusion of several other series.
Bruce Wayne has bled for his city–what will new series artist Ethan Van Sciver, teaming up for the first time with writer Gregg Hurwitz, bring to this new Mad Hatter story? Major Spoilers reviews Batman: The Dark Knight #16 to find out!
When an article has a title that many colons the expectations are high to deliver, so how about footage of Batman fighting Bane and Wonder Woman squaring off against Harley?
When Disney acquire Marvel the thought started of, “What would it look like for Pixar to do a Marvel movie?” Well there is still no word on that happening any time soon, so Daniel Araya decided to give the world what it really wanted: a Pixar designed BATMAN! After the jump are the images of Batman, Superman, Green Lantern, and Wonder Woman.
Toy Fair news is all over the Internet and Major Spoilers is right here to keep you in the know as Mattel releases images of coming Batman and Darkseid figures.
Spinning off from the popular “The Misadventures of Adam West” & “The Secret Lives of Julie Newmar” comic book series comes the newest in the series of adventures featuring iconic Eartha Kitt.
Comic tie-ins to franchises in other mediums have a notoriously bad reputation. Sometimes you get some cheesy fun ones like Aliens versus Predator versus The Terminator, but there are very few good ones that are not continuations of the original property. Prequel comics, especially, are seen as not being very good by virtue of having to end at a specific place for the primary vehicle for the franchise to start at. So does Injustice: Gods Among Us, a comic, based on a video game, based on various comic franchises, work where others have failed? Find out with your Major Spoilers review!
Warner Bros. Consumer Products (WBCP) zooms into this year’s exciting Toy Fair season with a roster of global licensees ready to support the Studio’s portfolio, led by this summer’s tentpole film release Man of Steel, which will be supported by DC Comics master toy licensee Mattel, as well as many other toy partners. With an impressive lineup driven by powerhouse properties that stretch from DC Comics Super Heroes and The Hobbit Trilogy to The Big Bang Theory and Looney Tunes, WBCP and its renowned licensees are rolling out new toys and collectibles that will reach fans of all ages.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment and The Paley Center for Media proudly
present the World Premiere of LEGO Batman: The Movie – DC Superheroes Unite, an all-new film from TT Animation based on its popular video game. The film will have its World Premiere in New York on February 11, 2013, with filmmakers and members of the voice cast in attendance for red carpet media interviews and a post-screening panel discussion.
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns, Part 2 arrived in stores yesterday. If you missed picking it up, take gander at a clip from the movie where Batman confronts the Joker, one last time.
News of the potential Doctor Strange movie from Marvel had my curiosity take over and I headed on over to deviantART to see what the fine artist there had come up with for the character. I never expected to find this. Take the jump to see deviant user alienfirst mashup My Little Pony with characters from DC and Marvel.