A homicidal hypnotist has stolen nitroglycerin for nefarious explosive deeds and only Richard Wentworth, the Spider, is able to stop him! Or at least he should since it’s his building that’s in danger of getting blown sky high. More after the jump!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Masks #3, The Spider #8, Prophecy #6, The Bionic Woman #7, Jennifer Blood: First Blood #3 and more!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Pantha #5, The Bionic Woman #6, Green Hornet #32, Dark Shadows #11, Vampirella #25, The Spider #7, Evil Ernie #3, and Masks #2.
215 Ink has announced that David Liss, and Allen Byrns are teaming for an original creation for the indie publisher.
The dead walk the streets of New York City. Well, they’re not really dead and they’re only on some streets, contained in buildings and such, but they’re mid less zombies and Richard Wentworth, The Spider, has to stop them and help find a cure for their condition. Will he succeed?!
Throw in a heaping helping of The Shadow, a sprinkle of The Batman, a dash of Mack Bolan, and what do you get? Probably a ticket the the insane asylum if you weren’t describing a comic book hero. The latest issue of The Spider has arrived, and Major Spoilers presents its review.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Prophecy #1, The Boys #67, Pantha #1, The Spider #2, Voltron: Year One #3, The Lone Ranger #6, Zorro Rides Again #10, and more.
The world of the Mystery Men grows more dangerous, as The Operative picks up allies in order to battle the insidious “General”. Does this tale with Pulp sensibilities dole out a bountiful amount of entertainment? Or is just a piece of over priced Ten Cent trash? Take the jump to find out, Faithful Spoilerites!
Before men of fire, and of the sea took to air to battle, there were heroes that slinked through the night. Mystery Men delves into the lesser known facets of the Marvel Universe, but does this pulp inspired canonical tale entertain? Or should it be pulped lickity split?