When comics from larger publishers cease a popular series run at #183, seeing Sonic the Hedgehog from Archie Comics hit 200 issues is a pretty big milestone.Â That’s 15 years worth of little blue hedgehog running through comic book pages.
Now, the epic anniversary issue youâ€™ve been waiting for is finally here!Â Back in Sonic #50, Sonic managed to win against his arch-rival, Dr. Robotnik.Â In Sonic #175, the doctor got his revenge!Â Now, in issue #200, they duel for the fate of the world!Â Will freedom come to Mobius?Â Or will the Eggman Empire rule forever more?Â Place your bets â€“ but be ready for the startling conclusion!Â Donâ€™t miss this cranium-creasing, brain-bending, mind-blowing saga!Â Features a dimension-crossing cover by Patrick Spaziante.
Sonic the Hedgehog #200 arrives May 13, 2009 for $2.50.
She’s dead, then alive, then dead, then alive, and now the real Elektra is back and ready to kick somebody’s ass.Â Marvel Comics has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the Dark Reign issue by Zeb Wells and Clay Mann.
Radical Comics has released a trailer for its upcoming Shrapnel series.
Venus. The last free colony in the system is about to fall. Unbeknownst to the attacking Marine Force or even the Venusian colonists themselves, one of the most infamous heroines of the war is hiding in exile on their planet, hoping to forget her past as a Marine Officer.
Now, she must organize a revolt against the very Marines she once fought alongside and lead the colonies to independence and freedom.
SHRAPNEL is the first book of an epic solar war trilogy set on Venus, the Jovian moons, Mars and finally Earth itself.
Variety is reporting Warner Brothers has picked up the film rights to the graphic novel Cyclops by Alexis Nolent.
Set in the near future, the actioner concerns mercenary forces whose soldiers wear Cyclops-like cameras in their helmets and broadcast in real time to both central command and living rooms. One mercenary chosen to lead an elite squad begins to realize he isn’t fighting for freedom and justice as much as for commerce.
The company is moving as quickly as possible in getting this movie into production already naming James Mangold as director. If you haven’t seen Mangold’s remake of 3:10 to Yuma, you owe it to yourself to rent it any way you can.Â A brilliant piece of movie directing, and if this is an indication of things to come from Cyclops, sign me up.
For our international readers, have you read Cyclops?Â I don’t get my hands on French titles that often, and would like to know more about the graphic novel.