Toy Fair news is all over the Internet and Major Spoilers is right here to keep you in the know as Mattel releases images of coming Batman and Darkseid figures.
If you were wondering when Darkseid would appear in the pages of Justice League, you only have to wait until December, when the villain reveals himself. But you don’t have to wait that long to see how Jim Lee has redesigned the Justice League foe.
So, we’ve learned that Darkseid will be the big villain in the Justice League relaunch that happens next week.
But why Darkseid? Why now? What could cause the big bad to want to stir up trouble?
We searched and found the answer…
In this issue: Matthew and Stephen sit down to talk about the latest episode of Batman: The Brave and The Bold – Darkseid Descending.
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When it comes to demi-gods, Marvel and DC both have heavy hitters in the form of Thanos and Darkseid. If the two were thrown into the galactic ring and forced to pound on one another until one emerged victorious, who would win?
Warner Home Entertainment let us know that the upcoming Superman/Batman: Apocalypse animated movie is getting a bi-coastal screening later this month.
Found this the other day while going through old files. Still brings a smile to my face.
I wonder what Good Ol’ Darkseid is up to lately?
Well that fight was a let down
The final chapter of Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom is both awesome and disappointing.Â For four issues weâ€™ve been building to the battle of the century, but what we get is another life lesson everyone can learn from.
Or – “I Honestly Have NO Idea When These Books Came Out…”
Welcome back, my friends, to the show that never ends…Â much like the harassment you get when you wear the pizza suit and dance on the corner in front of a Cici’s.Â Even when you’re cutting back on comics purchases, like I have, the urge to review more comics than thereÂ is time to review themÂ is strong.Â Makes me with there were 8 days a week, actually.Â Thus, we at Stately Spoilers Manor have created this handy, dandy method of touching upon things going on at Penny Lane, down the long and winding road, even across the universe.Â So why don’t we do it in the road, throw some Norwegian wood on the fire, cause it’s a helter skelter ride through a day in the life of comics!
Continuity be damned
If you miss the Good Olâ€™ Days of DC Comics where the hero would battle the bad guy, then youâ€™re wish is answered in DCâ€™s Superman/Supergirl: Maelstrom #1.Â If you donâ€™t miss the Good Olâ€™ Days of DC Comics, prepare to be angry.
Is your blood starting to boil?Â Be calm and chant with me now; Continuity doesnâ€™t matter. Continuity doesnâ€™t matter.Â Continuity doesnâ€™t matter. Ah…
It’s the biggest decision you’ll have to make in 2008.
Because I won’t be able to use this again for four more years.