Skeletor earned his place as He-Man’s arch nemesis through various and sundry failed plans to overthrow the Eternian government and rule the planet. Megalomania is as megalomania does, but how did the dark wizard of Snake Mountain sink to the depths of his insanity? Read on in this Major Spoilers review.
DC Comics relaunch former-Milestone title Xombi for a new millennium. Welcome to a world where the title character’s ‘powers’ are the least strange part of this entire book. Oh, he’s infused with nanotechnology that makes him perpetually physically optimized. What the hell am I talking about? Oh, just cut to the chase and make the jump!
The tables turn as Robin takes a crowbar to the Joker, yet Batman Must Die in the second installment of Grant Morrison’s tale. DC Comics released a sneak peek of Batman and Robin #14 that arrives in stores tomorrow.
Arriving in stores this week from Archaia is the first issue of Days Missing.Â The company sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue, that you can check out after the jump.Â For those looking for a cheap comic, it doesn’t get much lower than 99-cents for a debut issue.
With an eye toward recruiting top creators as part of their exclusive partnership, Archaia and Roddenberry Productions have brought on writer Phil Hester (Firebreather, The Darkness, Green Arrow), artist Frazer Irving (forthcoming Batman and Robin arc, Seven Soldiers of Victory) and cover artist Dale Keown (The Incredible Hulk, Pitt) to create the first issue of Days Missing, a new five-issue mini-series continuing Roddenberryâ€™s tradition of producing sophisticated, intelligent and entertaining science fiction.
In an effort to give as many readers an opportunity to discover this exciting new mini-series, Archaia will offer the full-length, full-color issue #1 for just 99 cents when it arrives in stores this August. An exclusive, limited-edition version of the issue, with a variant cover drawn by Keown, will be on sale for $5 at the Archaia and Roddenberry Productions booths at San Diego Comic-Con (July 23-26).
Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of next week’s The Darkness #77, that features Jackie taking on his deadliest foe yet!
This week, Top Cow Entertainment offers up a sneak peek of The Darkness #76, on sale today at your local comic book shop.
LOS ANGELES, Calif., January 29, 2008 â€“ Top Cow Productions, Inc. announced today that their “Let Us Win YOU Over” initiative would begin in February and the inaugural title in the program would be highly anticipated anniversary issue â€“ The Darkness #75.
The “Let Us Win YOU Over” initiative is a yearlong campaign by Top Cow Productions to give out free copies of its regular comics to potential fans in the U.S. and Canada through participating comic book stores. Each month, a different set of stores, each month a different free comic. The stores vary by geography and demographics. Top Cow has partnered with ComicsPRO to bring this promotion to fans and all of February’s retailers are members of ComicsPRO.
This week Top Cow delivers sneak peeks of two titles. The first, The Darkness #10, is in stores now, and the other is Dragon Prince #4, which arrives next week.
Even with the volume restarts, The Darkness, from Top Cow, is poised to hit its 75th issue*.Â To commemorate the milestone event, the company invited a list of artists to contribute to the oversized issue.
The list of artists includes: Michael Broussard (current series artist), Jorge Lucas (Pilot Season: Ripclaw), Dale Keown (Pitt), Joe Benitez (Justice League of America), Ryan Sook (Superman/Batman), Steve Firchow (Ultimatum), Frazer Irving (Silent War), Lee Carter (2000 AD), Stjepan Sejic (Witchblade) and Matt Timson (Impaler). The story, which will examine what a possible future would be like for current Darkness bearer Jackie Estacado, will be penned by current series writer Phil Hester.
The double-sized issue will feature four different covers, that you can see after the jump.