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Or – “Well, I’m Not TOO Far Behind…” On Wednesday, the ghosts and goblins came out to scare us out of our minds, and to allow us all to unleash the slutty truth within us. DC Comics also tapped into the holiday zeitgeist, unleashing an old favorite on the world with little fanfare, but is it a fright-fest or a huge mess? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
No, that’s not a typo, Legacy Interactive has announced it will producer Ghost Whisperer: Shadowlands based on the CBS television series. Players will take on the role of Melinda Gordon, a young woman living in Grandview, who has inherited the gift of being able to see and communicate with the dead.Â These earthbound spirits have unfinished business in our world preventing them from “crossing over” into the light. While trying to live as normal a life as possible with her paramedic husband, Jim, and as an owner of the antiques shop, Same As it Never Was, Melinda helps ghosts find
Press Release Blurring the line between the living and the dead, IDW is proud to launch a new comic series from writer El Torres (Zombies!: Eclipse of the Undead) and artist Gabriel Hernandez (Clive Barkerâ€™s The Thief of Always). The Veil, with the first issue available in stores today, chronicles Chris Luna, a private eye whose clients are all dead. Unable to make a living, she is forced to move back to Maine and confront the darkness lurking in her sleepy hometown.
Elementary, my dear brother!Â The Raven did it. When Boom! Studios sent me an advanced copy of Poe #1, I was certain it would fall into some boring tale of a writer gone mad, so I was not too interested in reading the series.Â However, a mere two pages in, and something amazing happened; I discovered a kickinâ€™ story that brings Sherlock Holmes to America.
This time, instead of adamantium claws, Hugh Jackman will play an agent of the governemtns Supernatural Immigration Task Force in the big screen adaptation of Ghostopolis. The story centers on a man who works for the government’s Supernatural Immigration Task Force. His job is to send ghosts who have escaped into our world back to Ghostopolis. When a living boy accidentally is sent to the other side, the agent must team with a female ghost (and former flame) to bring him back. No director or writer has been attached to the project. Ghostopolis, is a graphic novel by Doug TenNapel,
Things are not well in jolly olâ€™ England After the very excellent Crooked Man run, and the equally enjoyable In the Chapel of Moloch, itâ€™s time to for a much larger and deep storyline that runs maybe as far back as the first issue in 1991.Â One thing that is a given, with Mike Mignola back, readers are going to be in for one hell of a ride.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of two titles arriving in stores this week.Â Take the jump for an eye opening cover and pages from Savage Tales #10, and New Battlestar Galactica: Ghosts #2.
I adored the first Salt Water Taffy volume written by Matthew Loux, and I’m really eager to dig into the second volume A Climb Up Mt. Barnabas, which arrives in store this week.Â The second volume continues the all ages story of two brothers and their adventures at their parents summer retreat.Â Oni Press has kindly sent us a sneak peek at the volume to share with everyone at Major Spoilers.
For the last two years, Iâ€™ve heard the rumors and have seen the still images from Bruce Campbellâ€™s feature film My Name is Bruce.Â And while it looks like the movie is finally going to make it to the indie movie circuit, there are still a lot of questions that fans are asking about the film.Â Some of those questions are answered in Dark Horse Comicsâ€™ release of the My Name is Bruce one-shot from a couple of weeks ago.
Dark Horse Entertainment is bringing Eric Powell’s Goon to the big screen as a CG animated movie. Created by Eric Powell in 1999, the comic follows the adventures of a muscle-bound brawler who claims to be the primary enforcer for a feared mobster. The stories have a paranormal and comedic edge to them and concern ghosts, zombies, mad scientists and “skunk apes.” While no studio has been signed for distribution, Blur Studios will be doing the CG work.Â There’s also no word if this will be an original tale, or an adaptation of one of the existing story arcs.Â I
You, yes you, reading this entry right now.Â Stop what you are doing and get over to the Major Spoilers Forum.Â While there isn’t a lot of activity, there is some really good stuff there if you just look.Â Like Hermit’s Miscellaneous Random Irregular Trade Paperback Reviews (The Spirit Vol 21 is his first outing), and StevieCool’s interpretation of what Secret Invasion #2 should be all about. Page 16 Ship Captain America Ship Captain America: Why won’t anyone fight me? Ship Vision: According to my records, you’re dead. Ship Captain America: So they don’t fight ghosts? Ship Vision: No, they