A groundbreaking new historical sci-fi series in Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s world of the Eisner Award–winning Black Hammer universe, about identity, survival, and the choices we make.
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In April, Jeff Lemire and Tyler Crook are bringing us the next story from the world of Black Hammer in Colonel Weird: Cosmagog.
Hello, Faithful Spoilerites! The month of December holds many holidays and end of the year…
The architect of the universe-switch is revealed! But will the Black Hammer crew WANT to go home? Your Major Spoilers review of Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer of Justice! #5 awaits!
How best to undo a cosmic switcheroo? And who’s behind it all, anyway? Your Major Spoilers review of Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer Of Justice #3 awaits!
One team trapped, one team freed, but neither is happy about it. Your Major Spoilers review of Black Hammer/Justice League: Hammer Of Justice #2 awaits!
Jeff Lemire, co-creator of the Black Hammer Universe at Dark Horse Comics, is back with Tonci Zonjic for Skulldigger + Skeleton Boy.
Here at Major Spoilers, we like to embrace the sublime and the ridiculous equally. Some things lean more one way than the other, though… Welcome to Ten Things: Ten Tiny Chest Circles!
In the past, the last mission of the Black Hammer Squadron is coming to an end, but what will it be successful? In the present, old comrades are gathering for an event, but what is it? More answers are met with more questions in BLACK HAMMER ’45 #3 from Dark Horse Comics, on comic shelves now!
The Justice League is about to go where it has never gone before – The Black Hammer Universe! Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics have announced a crossover event that should be one your must pull list.
Jeff Lemire joins forces with writer Ray Fawkes and artist Matt Kindt to tell an epic WWII story in the Golden Age of Superheroes shaken up with Lemire’s signature Black Hammer twist.
Dark Horse is taking fans behind the panel with this deluxe director’s cut showcasing high res, uncleaned scans of Dean Ormston’s beautiful inked line art from the first issue of the award-winning Black Hammer series.
Based on Jeff Lemire and Dean Ormston’s Eisner Award-winning series, Black Hammer: Cthu-Louise explores the realities of attending high school as an outsider.
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Geoff Johns takes on the Teen Titans, Invincible gets and animated series, and is Incredibles 2 worth the wait? Also we review, Black Hammer Age of Doom #3, Fathom #1, and Shanghai Red #1.