Sean Wang, the creator of the comic series Runners sent us a quick e-mail to let everyone know that there’s a brand new story arc on the way.Â Runners: The Big Snow Job, will appear on the Runner Universe website, and will be in full color.Â Take the jump for a peek at the series that is online now.
In this issue: Got to get tough, Yo Joe! Michael Keaton and Ron Ely: together again for the first time! Screws fall out all the time, the worldâ€™s an imperfect place. Plus: Punisher? I hardly know â€˜er! Guys in funny hats what punches people a lot. Stephen has a Mighty A! And we discuss whether Ace The Bat-hound actually is in continuity or not, and whether Krypto really is just a super-douche. Stick around for blues improvisation from Blind Melon Schleicher, backed by Mud-Funny-Bone Lopez and the King Cobra, the Major Spoiler podcast is on the air. And as always,
Rodrigo sent me an e-mail telling me that I needed to check out Chris Stevens’ artwork, and I’m glad he did. The stuff he’s doing with ink, markers, crayons and more really astound.Â As we move into the weekend, here’s some Dark Phoenix to keep you warm.
Dr. Peter Coogan sent an e-mail letting us know that the Comics Arts Conference will have a T-Shirt available at the show for attendees to pick up.Â Fans who want to support scholarly activity regarding comics and pop culture, should stop by the Comic-Con Boutique or the Graphitti booth, and pick up a couple. If you want to find out more about the Comics Arts Conference at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con, check out our recent discussion with Dr. Coogan.
In this issue: The Major Spoilers Crew talk Thor, Gotham City, Grant Morrison’s New X-Men volume 1, run through a Poll of the Week, and read listener e-mail. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers107.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
In this issue: The Major Spoilers Crew gets down to business and discuss The Pet Avengers, Archie’s nuptials, Teri Hatcher, Lois Lane, Kevin Smith, the Green Hornet, answer listener e-mail, review some comics, and wrap up their discussion on Top Cow’s Rising Stars. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_99.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
This issue: The Major Spoilers Crew dives into the Major Spoilers Mailbag to respond to listener e-mail, and hop on the Major Spoilers Hotline to answer some of the many messages they’ve received. Then Stephen chats with writer JM DeMatteis about his new work, The Life and Times of Savior 28, being the Editor in Chief of Ardden Entertainment, and writing Batman: The Brave and the Bold cartoon series for Cartoon Network. Following that, the crew returns to give their spoiler filled review the Life and Times of Savior 28. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_87.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley
Wax on! Wax off! Who watches the Watchmen? All of us! Hush! Hush! Thought I heard it callinâ€™ my name, yeahâ€¦ The Commander In Chief is the Commander Out of Stock! Fan Feedback! Teen Titans! Nightwing Nocturnal! Witches Without Wardrobe! And this time, itâ€™s personal! [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers74.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Podcast Alley Show Notes after the Jump!
If you pay close attention to the net, and you have some super great readers who send you e-mail about all sorts of goodness, then you’ll eventually dig up some juicy gems – like these pages from Boom! Studios’ upcoming Incredibles series. BOOM was kind enough to let me post a few pages from the Incredibles book I’ve been working on thanks, Paul first issue will be out in March 09 I’ve been told… so buy that so yeah, this is page 2 and 3. story: Mark Waid pencil and inks: Marcio Takara (me!) awesome colors: Andrew Dalhouse See ’em
If you are ready to shout “Yo Joe!” at your theater screen, you’ll be happy to know Paramount has finally launched the official movie website.Â Presumably, the site will begin to feature more Joe-Goodness as the movie approaches release day, but until then, you can sign up for updates via e-mail. via G.I. Joe
Last week, the Major Spoilers crew received a really great e-mail from faithful Spoiler-ite, Gaumer.Â We decided instead of reviewing a trade paperback this week, we’d spend some time talking about continuity in comics. With the discussion regarding the Batman R.I.P. series it came to my attention that although this story was good it was changed to fit into continuity. Is continuity really that important? Isnt it OK to tell stories that are just good stories and not tell them with everything else in the universe hinging on that story? Wouldn’t RIP have been just as good of a story
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
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