Last issue marked a turning point for the Amazing Amazon. Now that her life has changed (possibly forever), what does the world have in store for Wonder Woman? More importantly, what does SHE have up her non-existent sleeves? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Axe Cop, and The Venture Brothers, and Plants vs. Zombies, too (and also 2)! Plus 100 Bullets just for you.
Lono of the Minutemen is alive. 100 Bullets: Brother Lono is a sequel and spin-off of the acclaimed comic book series 100 Bullets, and reunites the creative team of Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso. It follows Lono in Durango, Mexico, after he was shot in the chest by Dizzy Cordova. He currently works with the local orphanage, in hiding after the events of 100 Bullets. Lono has found solitude and peace in his religious surroundings. However, with the mysterious drug lords, the Twin Towers, running their business in Durango, there is bound to be trouble in Lono’s future.
Or – “Wrapping Things Up With A Whimper, Rather Than A Bang…”
The last issue of this series is, seemingly, the last issue of the mixed bag that is Before Watchmen. It’s a few weeks late, but was it worth the wait? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Diana’s already had her origins covered in The New 52, so where does that leave us for a zero issue? Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang would like to take the readers back to 1941 and give us a truly ground floor #0, and Major Spoilers doesn’t mind going along for the ride!
Or – “The Mood Is About To Change.”
Last month’s glimpse of Eddie Blake in the early 60′s was shocking in all the right ways, leaving our main character destroyed by the events of 11/23/63. The days of prosperity and hopefulness are ending for The Comedian, and more tragedy is lurking in his future… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “I Just Realized That He Was Always Dead In The Original…”
The death of Edward Blake in the original Watchmen is the moment that catalyzes the story into action, and it is he who most represents the complicated mix of positive and negative traits that make all of Watchmen’s characters so fascinating. Major Spoilers has the review of his new miniseries, can it keep up the goodwill earned by the first two Before Watchmen #1s?
If you were wondering what DC had in store for the Before Watchmen series, the company discussed it this weekend at C2E2 in Chicago. Major Spoilers reporter Jimmy was on the scene and filed this report.
Brian Azzarello and Cliff Chiang are bringing us yet another reimagining of the Wonder Woman character, having a strong mythological bent and incredible art.
In the world of Flashpoint, the tragically deceased parents of Bruce Wayne, Thomas and Martha, are alive and kicking–each other!
The latest installment of First Wave arrives today from DC Comics, and we’ve got a sneak peek to give you a hint of things to come.
No, DC Entertainment hasn’t cancelled the First Wave series (yet) as the long awaited third issue arrives with a gun toting Dark Knight featured as the character of the month.