Uh-oh. Marvel’s at it again…
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of X-Men #7 that features the return of Lady Deathstrike.
Dynamite Entertainment and Dark Horse Comics are proud to announce the 2014 crossover of swords-and-sorcery icons Red Sonja, She-Devil with a Sword and Conan the Barbarian, a reunion that fans have asked for since their last team-up over fifteen years ago. Two series will be published, Red Sonja/Conan and Conan/Red Sonja, by Dynamite and Dark Horse, respectively. Acclaimed writers Gail Simone and Brian Wood are confirmed as the writers for the epic crossovers, both firmly established as valuable contributors to the Robert E. Howard fantasy mythos.
The Baltimore Comic-Con is happy to announce the addition of writer Brian Wood, courtesy of the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund (CBLDF). Wood joins a growing list of creators that will be in attendance at this year’s show, taking place September 7-8, 2013 at the Baltimore Convention Center.
Or – “I’m Not Sure I’m Happy With The Cover Symbolism…”
When they announced that they would be launching an X-book with an all-female team, my first thought was “Couldn’t this end up being a terribly executed mess?” Of course, my second thought was “Aren’t they all on other teams already?” The answer to both questions is, of course, “Yeeeeppp”, but how does the book actually stack up? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
X-Men #1 is the latest addition to the X-Book scene. Can this cast of X-Men survive in a crowded world of mutant misfits when it doesn’t even garner an adjective? Your Major Spoilers review of X-Men #1 awaits. (Hint: with Brian Wood and Oliver Coipel taking care of business, the answer is probably.)
Set between the movies Star Wars: A New Hope and Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back, Dark Horse’s Star Wars series brings back old characters from the original trilogy into a brand new original story. All of the classic characters are represented: Luke Skywalker, Princess Leia, Han Solo, Chewbacca, Darth Vader, even Boba Fett makes a guest appearance. The Rebel Alliance searches for a new home base. However, with a traitor within their organization, can anyone be trusted?
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of X-Men #1 by Brian Wood and Olivier Coipel.
Marvel sent Major Spoilers the variant cover to X-Men #1, that not only features Deadpool, but a zombie Deadpool cover by Arthur Suydam.
As the X-Men franchise prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary this year, Marvel has big plans involving all of the ongoing X-Men series.
After the release of the first Star Wars film in 1977, Marvel secured the rights to print Star Wars comics, which take place after the Battle of Yavin. Since their initial success, a ton of original comics have been made. Some occur many years before the movies; others happen many years after the movies. Now, thirty six years later, Dark Horse comics returns to where it all began.
A force masses at the walls of fortress Ramah En Ram. As the men look toward the rising sun they see a pale ghost of a figure floating across the ramparts—a wounded and recovering Belit. Conan, separated from his ship, his crew and his love, knows but one thing: This siege must end before he can attempt to reunite with his love.