Last week, there was a lot of speculation over an image of Pixar creators at work.Â Behind the sculptor is a very pronounced image of a dinosaur and a boy, which many saw as a clue to the next 3D movie project.Â The Pixar blog site offered up a variety of clues, and ultimately came to this conclusion: These facts point to this having been a research trip for an unannounced upcoming film, almost certainly being directed by (Greg) Dykstra. This would undoubtedly be a short since Dykstra hasn’t directed before at the studio. On the other hand, with the
Following issue #127, things didn’t look too good for Sara Pezzini, and the variant cover to Witchblade #128 might unsettle long term fans. In this issue of â€œWar of the Witchblades,â€ both Sara Pezzini and Dani Baptiste are on the ground and itâ€™s uncertain who will rise to reunite and claim the divided Witchblade for herself.Â The epic storyline continues to raise the stakes in the battle for the ancient artifact called the Witchblade and promises to dramatically change the landscape of the series by its conclusion. The regular cover is a take on John Byrne’s Uncanny X-Men #136 by
The show should beÂ coming up in about an hour. Let’s hope the show does go off without a hitch. If you missed the rest of the series, there’s still time to check it out in the Major Spoilers Forum!
NBC is really scrambling to fix its lineup of shows that are not delivering as expected.Â First it was the firing of Jeph Loeb and Jesse Alexander from Heroes, and now it has been announced the studio is going after Knight Rider.Â Reports from Hollywood indicate the show is going through a retooling process to bring it back its ’80’s origins. “It’s a reboot,” “Knight” executive producer/showrunner Gary Scott Thompson said. “We’re moving away from the terrorist-of-the-week formula and closer to the original, making it a show about a man and his car going out and helping more regular people,
My son loves reading Goodnight Moon, my wife or I will read it to him, and as soon as it is done, he wants to read it again.Â It’s a good story, and a classic known by almost everyone who has a child.Â Berkeley Breathed paid homage to Margaret Wise Brown’s book on the Humane Society’s website which featured the conclusion to his Opus run. Some who just saw the image fretted about the flightless birdâ€™s final fate, so Breathed wanted to be especially clear in his e-mail to The Times. â€œI assure people in my web note that Opus
Ever since their falling out during Civil War, Spider-Man and Iron Man haven’t been too chummy.Â All that’s going to change (again) when the duo team up in Invincible Iron Man #7.Â Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue that arrives November 05, 2008.
DC has announced that the current run of the Legion of Super-Heroes will come to an end with issue #50. “We’re going to bring a close to the Legion of Super-Heroes now,” said DC Senior VP and Executive Editor Dan DiDio. “There’s a lot going on with the characters. I thought that [writer] Jim [Shooter] and [artist] Francis [Manapul] have done a terrific job with the series, and ’50’ seemed like a really nice number to bring this series to a conclusion.” According to Dan DiDio, the Legion won’t be going away – especially after the events of Legion of
This November, The Adventures of Spawn will wrap up the Awaking War storyline written by Jonathan David Goff and illustrated by Khary Randolph. In ADVENTURES OF SPAWN, Al Simmons, now known as Spawn X, teams up with fellow heroes Omega and Redeemer in the never-ending battle against the forces of Darkness and its vicious leader, Mammon! While ADVENTURES OF SPAWN made its debut online as SPAWN.COMâ€™s very first web comic to coincide with McFarlane Toysâ€™ own toy line (Spawn: Series 30 & 32), this one-shot is the only place to read the story’s conclusion in its entirety. The 48-page one-shot