It’s been quite a while since we’ve heard any news about the Conan property at Marvel, but this week, the publisher announced the upcoming release of the remastered version of the Marvel run in one giant omnibus.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Static brings a shock to the system, while the cover issue challenge continues to heat up. We also review Cult Classic: Return to Whisper #1, Wonder Woman/Conan #6, The Tick Season One, and The Terrifics #1.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We explore the first appearances of Cloak and Dagger. We review Will Eisner’s The Spirit: The Corpse-Makers #5, Mister Miracle #6, Killer Instinct #4, and Damage #1. Plus, which cover is YOUR favorite?
In a recent news release posted here at MajorSpoilers.com, it looks like one of the best writers in comics today, at least in my opinion, is going to guide one of her comics to the small screen. And I couldn’t be happier!
It’s landmark Episode 300 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast! To celebrate, I’m sharing the great interviews I recorded at this year’s New York Comic Con with many great DC Comics creators.
Here is some good news to start your week – Dark Horse Comics and DC Comics have teamed for a Wonder Woman/Conan crossover mini-series, and the companies have hired Gail Simone and Aaron Loprestri to make it happen.
[Digital Comics] Dark Horse Comics digital comic book will provide fans with a unique look into the savage world in “Conan Exiles”
PRESS RELEASE – Funcom and Dark Horse Comics, Inc., are thrilled to announce that creative teams in both companies are now working on a new Conan Exiles digital comic book that will be made available in January. Conan Exiles is an open-world survival game set in the brutal lands of Conan the Barbarian. By reading the comic, fans will get a unique glimpse into the events that take place in the savage exiled lands. The creative team includes Michael Moreci (script), José Luis (pencils), and Andy Owens (inks), as well as Gavin Whelan (art director) and Anders Finér (senior concept
Next week, at the New York Comic Con, Dark Horse Comics has a number of new exclusives that you’ll be able to pick up at the publisher’s booth.
Conan O’brien paid a visit to Ironhead Studios, the company behind many of the costumes worn in superhero movies. Not only do we get a behind the scenes look at the workshop, but Conan also gets a spiffy new superhero costume.