Some comic book stories are all about great and terrible connotations and world-shattering consequences. Others are just about relationships. Of course, even those can still have the world-shattering part… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Crossfire And Rainbow #1 awaits!
And now, because Otter Disaster demanded it, we take a step into the surreal. Buckle your seatbelts, dear friends, ’cause your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Reid Fleming, World’s Toughest Milkman #1 awaits!
Today’s Retro Review offering brings with it the reminder that, sometimes, the behind-the-scenes events in comic publishing are as tense and dramatic as anything they put on the page… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Destroyer Duck #1 awaits!
We’ve looked at unofficial crossover before here in Retro Review corner, such as the Aquaman story that concluded in an issue of Sub-Mariner, and the wild and wacky battle between (for some values of between) The Invaders and The Freedom Fighters. But this sort of thing didn’t only happen in the wild and wacky 70s, as we’re about to find out… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of DNAgents #14 awaits!
Some people like their heroes grim and angry, brimming with venom and covered in the dirt of the filthy streets of a mean city. That’s cool and all, but have you ever wondered what would happy if your hero was incorrigibly happy? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Zot! #1 awaits!
Dozens and dozens of our favorite comic book characters are created as homages of, tributes to, or blatant rip-offs of previously existing characters. It is, by this point, the nature of the beast, and leads us to more than a few interesting stories. There are many ways to acknowledge your literary influences, but sometimes it’s best to just own up to it… Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Eclipse Monthly #8 awaits!
The history of comics is filled with people whose artistic skill and inventiveness marks them as geniuses in my book, from the stylized wonder of a Gil Kane “flipping-over-backwards-because-I’ve-been-punched-that-hard” panel to the understated beauty of a Wally Wood woman all the way through whatever it is people love about David Finch. Then, there are the unsung heroes, those who do that which no one else ever had the stones to try… That’s where we meet Matt Feazell. Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of The Amazing Cynicalman #1 awaits!
Press Release IDW Publishing is proud to announce that this summer, Topps’ classic card series DINOSAURS ATTACK! will return to the comics world! Reprinting and then finally finishing the comic series started at Eclipse Comics in 1988, fans can expect the same ferocious and terrifying mayhem to ensue!