There’s a lot about Star Wars we don’t know about; things left unsaid, information only found in the comic books, but not on the big screen, or simply scenes that were cut from the final release.Â Here’s one of those bits featuring Han Solo and his girlfriend.Â It’s a short bit, and if you blink, you just might miss it.
The Phil “jingo” Gelatt and Rick Lacy Labor Days series is back with a brand new volume – “Just Another Damn Day”.Â Oni Press sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the second volume, that you can check out after the jump.
File this one way down in the rumor column, as word trickles out that Jessica Biel has been cast in the upcoming Thor movie.Â Â The rumor has Biel playing the “love interest” to Thor, which means she could play Jane Foster, Amora, or Sif.
Last week’s Major Spoilers Poll of the Week, stirred up a lot of discussion over the actresses who have portrayed Lois Lane. This brings us to this week’s Poll of the Week – Who is the best Lois Lane?
Superman and Spider-Man have each had their share of love interests over the years, but two have captured their hearts.Â This week, we toss Lois Lane and Mary Jane Watson into the ring and have them fight for the love and affection of their big beaus.Â Of course this would be pre-One More Day for Mary Jane and pre-New Krypton for Lois, but you get the idea…
Some answers and a few problems
If you forgot Rasl #4 hit stores this week, you probably arenâ€™t alone.Â Itâ€™s been six months since issue #3 graced the shelves, so it is understandable if your brain blocked the issue from your memory.Â However, if you didnâ€™t pick up the issue, you are missing out on some juicy new tid-bits of information that will make the conspiracists chatter for months.
He may be 54 years old, but Bruce Willis can still kick it as an action hero, and it looks like he’s going to take his rugged good looks to another comic book movie adaptation.
In â€œRed,â€ Willis would portray a former black-ops agent who has gone into retirement but is forced back into action when a high-tech assassin comes a-callinâ€™ to threaten him and his girlfriend. Lorenzo di Bonaventura and Mark Vahradian are producing, and Erich and Jon Hoeber are writing the screenplay, which is based on the WildStorm/DC Comic. (DCâ€™s Gregory Noveck is exec producing.)
I’ve not read the comic book, but man it sounds exactly like every other action movie from back in the day.Â Â On the other hand, I’m always in favor of more comic book movies, as it gives me hope eventually H’wood will come knocking on my door to find out more about that Kung-Fu Zombie Western I’m working on.
Love is a bitch…
After the last done in one issue of Army of Darkness, any hope of reading another one immediately following seemed low.Â Fortunately, Dynamite Entertainment delivers another self-contained issue that sees our boy Ash getting a little lovinâ€™.
Doing something different for today’s Art Appreciation Moment – instead of featuring sketches of comic book characters, I found this stunning take on a Wizard of Oz movie poster by Tom Whalen.
did this as a trade for my buddy pat mcmullen…he did a sweet godzilla for me and i drew this for him…he gave it to his girlfriend for her b-day…awwwwwwwww, he so sweet!
And so is that poster!
Well it was fun while it lasted
Has it really been three years?Â Three years since Infinite Crisis introduced readers to Jaime Reyes, a teenager who picked up a scarab and became the new Blue Beetle?Â In three years weâ€™ve seen Jaime learn to use his powers to fight crime, defeat an alien invasion, land a super hot girlfriend, and build an extended family of those willing to go the distance to help him in his battle against those that would do evil.Â Itâ€™s too bad everything comes crashing down on Jaimeâ€™s head in this final issue. Well, Ted Kord does make an appearance, so thatâ€™s a plus…
The Picture of Dorian Gray
Zenescope Entertainmentâ€™s Grimm Fairy Tales has undergone quite a change since the Belinda came on the scene.Â Instead of telling morality plays like Sela, the tales spun in these tales are quite dark – instead of helping people, the tales are being used to make peopleâ€™s lives even worse.Â Issue #35 is not exception as readers get a modern take on the Picture of Dorian Gray.
Get your Cowboy Bebop DVD cued up and watch along with the Major Spoilers Crew as they provide audio commentary for the episode, Asteroid Blues.
Asteroid Blues (4/23/98)
Fellow bounty hunters Spike Spiegel and Jet Black tracks down Asimov Solensan and his girlfriend, both of whom are looking for buyers for the “Red Eye drug”.
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