Smiley, with fun collectible pint glasses and bottle openers! Expected to ship in April 2018, these new kitchen keepsakes will add a little dynamite to any fan’s barware collection!
I’ve mentioned before that there are all kinds of Batman fans. There are some who like the Christopher Nolan movies while there are others who prefer Adam West’s Caped Crusader of the 1960s. That latter group tends to avoid DC’s New 52 because, as one friend put it, the books are “too gritty.” They point to the early issue of Catwoman in which Batman and she “got it on” while talking on a rooftop. “Batman would never do that!” that friend says! Some folks want to read books to get away from reality, after all! But is that what comics
I like to say that I’m a big Bat-fan. For years, that only meant Batman, but now it also includes an action-packed comic from Dynamite Entertainment called The Black Bat. I fell in love with this pulp hero revival the moment I opened the very first issue. And it’s continued to soar ever since, please pardon the pun.
Red Sonja, the sanguine-haired swordswoman, returns in a new No. 1 with Gail Simone at the helm. This has been a hotly anticipated entry from both Dynamite and the storied writer—does it live up to the hype? Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
This week, the episode focuses on Gianluca Glazer, who helps make this podcast happen by participating on-air and by working with me behind the scenes. Gianluca is an accomplished comics marketing professional, and has his own company called Double G Marketing. I’m airing a previous conversation we had about the industry (including companies using multiple covers), followed the two of us discussing the latest News & Previews, as always! Don’t miss it! [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/wcomics95.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe to the Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed! Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed RSS Feed Show your thanks to Major
There are those who believe that stories here began back there, far across time with rooms of writers who may have provided the basis for licensed comic adaptations of popular television shows… who may have been the architects of fantastic sequential storytelling… Some believe there may yet be derivative works that even now fight to survive—somewhere beyond the comic book rack! Fleeing from the Cylon tyranny, the original version of the last battlestar, Galactica, leads a rag-tag fugitive fleet on a lonely quest through Dynamite Entertainment’s “Battlestar Galactica” ongoing series. Read on for your Major Spoilers review of its inaugural
Nazis in New York? And Marla Drake, a.k.a. Miss Fury, thought she was just out busting some common criminals. Though she’ll be the first to tell you she’s not a superhero, it looks like it’s going to fall to Miss Fury to stop these time-travelling National Socialists from rewriting the history of the world.
Vampirella’s slinging hash in a diner, vampires and humans are hanging out, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! The Lady in Red has to get to the bottom of rash of crimes related to the latest craze in nosferatu refreshment: NuBlood. Read on in this Major Spoilers Review.
Or – “Wherein The Hero Looks More And More Like A Villain…” If you’ve been reading this title since the beginning, you’ll remember that it began soon after a dustup with the heroes of The Seven that somehow led to the death of the Lamplighter (a sorta-kinda Green Lantern type.) Bits of information have led to us hearing more about the events that led up to that fateful confrontation, but The Boys are about to take us back in time to show the truth about how Butcher came to command…