Rob Guillory and John Layman have started the tradition of releasing special variant cover editions of Chew issues during the San Diego Comic-Con and the cover for this year’s variant has just been revealed. Take the jump for the Kill Bill cover for Chew #35.
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!
Or – “Holy. Shnikies…”
John Layman, you are a very, very bad man. Your Major Spoilers explanation of why awaits!
In the last few issues Tony has taken a back seat will other characters get to bask in the sunlight. Will this trend keep up? Will Tony ever get out of the hospital? Is Toni connected to more characters than we know? Will Colby ever start shooting lasers out of his eye? Is Mason Savoy Tony’s actual father? Some of these questions and more are answered as Major Spoilers takes a look inside Chew #28!
Image Comics has released sneak peeks of comics arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Activity, Chew, The Darkness, Haunt, Hoax Hunters, It Girl & The Atomics, Manhattan Projects, Memoir, and more.
The mechanically enhanced rooster, Poyo, is back and ready to kick major butt. First imagined within the pages of Chew, John Layman and Rob Guillory bring us a one-shot of the killer secret agent, and Major Spoilers has your review here.
I’m a huge fan of the Locke & Key keys from Skelton Crew Studio (if you follow @MajorSpoilers on Twitter, then you’ve seen them all). I’m also a fan of Image Comics’ Chew series by John Layman and Rob Guillory. So what happens when Skelton Crew Studios announces a Chew merchandising deal?
Squeals of delight…
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for a look at Chew, The Darkness, Elephantmen, Glory, Grim Leaper, Liberty Meadows, Nancy in Hell on Earth, Near Death, Revel Blood, Reed Gunther, and Saga.
Tony is still recovering from his injuries in the hospital, so we have time to catch up with other characters. Lets find out what his siblings are up to.
There are a number of tiles available this week from Image Comics and Top Cow. The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Chew #26, Elephantmen #39, Near Death #8, No Place Like Home #4, Prophet #25, Rebel Blood #3, Witchblade #158, and Youngblood #71.
Before you head to the comic book store today, be sure to check out the latest offerings from Image Comics.
Tony Chu has been kidnapped for sex, and is being forced to use his gift in a new way. Meanwhile, Agent Colby has his own set of problems dealing with his new partner and the rest of the USDA.