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Velma Dinkley is many things: Friend, scientist, enabler of the end of the world.  But she’s nothing compared to the rest of her family tree…  Your Major Spoilers review of Scooby Apocalypse #13 awaits!

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The Last Boy on Earth is back and he’s brought along an Exquisite Corpse… (Also, talking tigers.)  Your Major Spoilers review of Kamandi Challenge #1 awaits!

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Dan AbnettDan DidioDCKamandiSneak Peek

It’s a no-holds-barred storytelling experience and it arrives today!

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Fred has a broken lag! What will happen in Scooby Apocalypse #8!? Take the jump to find out!!

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DCFeaturedReviewSecret Six

The forces of magic have been put back in place.  Mostly…  Kinda…  But now, a new threat comes for the Secret Six, one that wants only one thing: Strix.  Your Major Spoilers review of Secret Six #12 awaits!

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DCFeaturedReviewSecret Six

The DCU’s weirdest title is back for another disturbing-yet-touching (in all senses of the word) installment.  Your Major Spoilers review of Secret Six #7 awaits!

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DCFeaturedReviewSecret Six

Gail Simone warns readers that Secret Six is a comic for pervs and weirdos.   We’re about to find out why!  Your Major Spoilers review of Secret Six #3 awaits!

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Wayne Hall, Magneto, Sinestro, Cullen Bunn, Dale Eaglesham, Marvel, DC Comics, Hal Jordan, Green Lantern, Joker
DCFeaturedGreen LanternGreen Lantern CorpsReview

To many writers in comics today, villains are the most interesting people, as Bugs Bunny likes to say. In the past, I’ve talked about how the Joker has his own set of fans, not to mention Luthor. Well, one of the comics creators who can successfully understand the minds of villains in both the Marvel and DC universes is Cullen Bunn, who recently started up his Magneto series with the House of Ideas, and is now giving DC their own baddie-centric comic!

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MarvelVariant

Marvel has unveiled the variant cover to Alpha Flight #1 from artist Dale Eaglesham.

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HulkIncredible HulkMarvelSneak Peek

Marvel Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek at Incredible Hulk #623 that arrives in stores on February 23, 2011.

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Incredible HulkMarvel

Marvel has announced that artist Dale Eaglesham will be joining Greg Pak on The Incredible Hulk in February, as the Hulk smashes his way through the Savage Land in “Planet Savage”. “I’m having the most fun I’ve had in years right now. I feel like a kid in a candy store – Hulk, KaZar, the Savage Land? It doesn’t get any better than that for me,” says Eaglesham. “A Hulk book means that I get to unabashedly draw musculature, which everyone knows I love. And I get to work with Greg, who is such a good guy, a real team

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ed brubakerMarvelsteve rogersVariant

In July Ed Brubaker and Dale Eaglesham team for a four-part mini-series from Marvel called “Steve Rogers: Super Soldier”, and to commemorate the first issue, the company is releasing two variant covers.

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Fantastic FourMarvelSneak Peek

Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Fantastic Four #570 that features Mr. Fantastic facing his biggest challenge.

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Captain AmericaMarvelReprintVariant

Captain America #600 hit stores on Monday (it didn’t hit my local store until Wednesday), and Marvel is already reporting the issue is a sellout. To meet this overwhelming demand, Marvel is going back to press with Captain America #600 Second Printing Variant, from Eisner Award-winning scribe Ed Brubaker and a cavalcade of artistic superstars! How does the Marvel Universe react to the one year anniversary of Captain America’s death? What happens when Rikki Barnes meets Patriot? And just what does Sharon Carter know that leads into the hotly anticipated Captain America Reborn #1? You can check out our review

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