The rules of superheroing are simple: Get powers, get a cool suit, join a team and fight for the greater good. But the thing nobody talks about is how difficult that all must be. That’s where the Exiles come in (and also how they go out.) Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Exiles #4 awaits!
I hope you’re ready for a “super” interview this week because I’m chatting with Supergirl scripter Tony Bedard! We chat about how he approaches the character as well as discussing his time working with Geoff Johns on Team Green Lantern, his ability to pick up characters developed by other creators and how much he enjoys developing his own comics and the characters that live there! Don’t miss my fun chat with Mr. Bedard! As always, next week I’ll have another great interview with a comics creator, so be sure to listen in!
Some issues are memorable to everyone, some only to those who caught it the first time. Case in point: This one, in which Wolverine is used to his greatest effect, and one of my favorite characters gets the spotlight: This’n is a goody. Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Exiles #3 awaits!
Jeff Parker cleared up a rumor on his website about the status of Agents of Atlas and the Exiles series from Marvel.Â For fans of Agents of Atlas will be happy to hear that the series will continue.Â However, things aren’t so good for Exiles. As for EXILESâ€¦ well, as they say, you canâ€™t save every patient. The best we did was a momentary blip with issue one of the relaunch, and sales went right back to where they were previously. In hindsight, maybe we should have waited a year or two before trying it. It was a blow to
This one appeared in the Washington Post, and it’s all part of the Wolverine Art Appreciation Month kicking off in April. The titles featuring these variants are: AGENTS OF ATLAS #3 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #590 AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #592 CAPTAIN BRITAIN AND MI13 #12 DAREDEVIL #118 EXILES #1 GHOST RIDER #34 HULK #11 INCREDIBLE HERCULES #128 MOON KNIGHT #29 MS. MARVEL #38 RUNAWAYS #9 SECRET WARRIORS #3 UNCANNY X-MEN #508 WAR MACHINE #5 WOLVERINE: FIRST CLASS #14 X-MEN: LEGACY #223 Keep watching Marvel’s Wolverine Art Appreciation Month page for more covers as they are reveiled. via Marvel
Blink is at it again, pulling heroes from other worlds with a mission to right the wrongs — only this time the universe has shifted and the Exiles need to deal with it.Â Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the first issue that arrives April 8, 2009.
Hoping to further push its online initiative, Marvel is giveing fans a chance to check out its Marvel Digital Comicis Unlimited site with a free Exiles Sketchbook. The Sketchbook is being released as a preview of the company’s upcoming new Exiles series. Itâ€™s the rip-roaring return of everybodyâ€™s favorite pink-skinned mutant, Blink, and sheâ€™s assembled a whole new team of reality hopping heroes! Get a sneak-peak of the upcoming series brought to you by acclaimed scribe Jeff Parker and fan favorite artist Salvador Espin as they present to you an all new tale of Exiles adventure!Â This sketchbook includes creator
In this week’s issue, we do what we do what we do… Rodrigo doesn’t see the point in voting for a lesser evil… Steve knows what evil lurks in the heart’s of fanboys (but not much else…) Matthew is smitten times two, but will they kiss? Plus: Doctor Peter Coogan returns for an analysis of why the other geeks are all better than you (and by you, I mean Stephen) and why they do that voodoo that they do so very well. Also, we wanna hear what you wanna hear! plus: Matthew delves into poetry. [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers_80.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via
Arriving in stores this September is Th3rd World Studios’ latest release – Creature Feature.Â The first issue of the 48-page anthology features stories by industry veterans like CB Cebulski, Chris Yost, Andy Schmidt, Stuart Moore, Leah Moore, John Reppion and Brian Smith.