Zack Snyder and David S. Goyer, with some help from Christopher Nolan, team up to bring their vision of a modern Superman tale, and what may possibly be the start of a DC cinematic universe. The trio all have experience in making great movies starring cape donning protagonists, so this outing should be no different. Find out if they repeat success with the big, blue boy scout after the jump! (Spoilers below).
EDITOR’S NOTE: As previously mentioned across the entirety of the Major Spoilers Experience, we’re adding more shows to the Major Spoilers Podcast Network. Today, we’re happy to add Wayne’s Comics to the line-up. It’s the 85th episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast, and the first at MajorSpoilers.Com! This week features an interview with Adam Beechen, a long-time scripter of Batman Beyond in the comics! Adam talks about how he got into writing the comic version of the successful animated series, and how much creative freedom the series gives him. He’s also got a lot of projects coming you should know
Ubisoft showed off the first trailer to their new Avengers game during their conference at E3. I have to say it looks good and I like the trade off on villains. Ubisoft also mentioned it will involve portions of and ideas from the Secret Invasion storyline. The game itself is announced for Fall 2012, so look forward to more soon.
This week on the show: Rodrigo is still absent, The Goon punches some zombies, and KIRKMAN! (doesn’t appear on the show). [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp370.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!
Though it was only out for one day, the preorders for DC’s Justice League were enough to earn the title the top spot of all comics sold in the direct market for August 2011. Close behind was Flashpoint #5, which wrapped up the Flashpoint Universe and kicked off DC’s New 52.
Imagine this: Our handsome hero has located the hostages of a terrorist cell. Slumped in their cage, the prisoners await their execution. Our hero, trying to give them hope slips a piece of paper into their cell as he runs past, on his way to the command center. One of the prisoners finds the note and opens it. In it is a simple message: “I am can have you outside”
Mark S. Zaid, Esq has two key interests. By day, his passion is national security law where he represents his Washington DC based law firm, the Law Office of Mark S. Zaid, P.C. and outside of the courtroom he is a collector of investment-grade comic books. For the next 3 months, Zaid has combined his two passions by guest-curating an exhibit at Yale Law School, entitled Superheroes in Court! Lawyers, Law and Comic Books.
While DC has maintained Wally West and Bart Allen would continue to play a big role in the Flash Universe – there were statements made that BOTH Wally and Barry would continue to be the Flash – Dan DiDio quashed those claims in an interview with Newsarama.Â DiDio stated that Barry would be the only Flash in 2010, as the Wally West back up stories, and the Kid Flash title have both been dropped. When Johns brought Green Lantern back, at least Guy Gardner and Kyle Rayner had the Green Lantern Crops to return to where we could follow their
If youâ€™ve followed Major Spoilers for any length of time you know two things; 1) Iâ€™m a big Doc Savage fan, and 2) Iâ€™m a bigger Batman fan.Â With DCâ€™s release of Batman/Doc Savage Special #1, one would think Iâ€™d be in seventh heaven, on a high no other fanboy could achieve.Â You can think whatever you want, that doesnâ€™t necessarily make it so.
A new study released by Simba Information shows one in 10 adults read comics.Â And while many will poo-poo the notion that comics are for kids, the comic book reader might be more literate than the rest, as 70-percent of those who read comics are also more inclined to purchase regular books as well. Showing marked increases in their presence on bestseller lists, graphic novels have almost become their own industry at a time when growth in traditional publishing has become practically non-existent. The basis for numerous films, television shows, and other forms of media, graphic novels have grown in
Radical Publishing is proud to announce that the first printing of FVZA: Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency #1, from writer David Hine (Spider-Man: Noir, Battle for the Cowl: Arkham Asylum) and illustrator Roy Allan Martinez (Son of M), has sold out at the distributor level prior to its release in the direct market. Shipping with two covers, one by John Bolton and the other by Clint Langley, fans looking forward to purchase FVZA: Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency #1 are encouraged to contact their local comic store and reserve their copy prior to release. Visit www.comicshoplocator.com to find a store
Boom! Studios announced yesterday that it has signed a distribution agreement with Haven Distributors.Â The deal has Haven distributing all second printings of the monthly comics to the direct market. “Retailers have been begging us to get our second prints into their stores at a faster pace for the past year,” said BOOM! Studios CEO Ross Richie. “We’re happy to be able to offer retailers another choice in getting an important part of our product line to their stores and into the hands of their customers.” It’s interesting this announcement has been made, especially in light of the troubles going
Press Release Super Frat, the first super-powered, fraternity webcomic has announced the publication of the Super Frat/Dick Masterson Special featuring professional chauvinist, Dick Masterson, author of the best selling book Men are Better Than Women. â€œWeâ€™re really excited to be working with Dick,â€ said Super Frat biographer, Tony DiGerolamo.Â â€œWait a minute, that didnâ€™t come out right.â€