Archie Comics is leaning heavy into the horror aspect of their characters. First it was Afterlife with Archie, followed by The Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, and Jughead: The Hunger. Now Archie Comics has unveiled its latest horror title – Vampironica.
Marc Spector aka Moon Knight has always been a little bit crazy. Now he’s become crazy enough to be stuck in a mental institution. Are all the things he’s seeing real or has his insanity taken over? Major Spoilers sits down for a therapy session with Jeff Lemire and Greg Smallwood’s latest issue of Moon Knight.
Marvel has released an early look at Moon Knight #1 that is scheduled to arrive in April.
There’s an all-new all-different Moon Knight coming our way in 2016, and he may not be who he thinks he is…
Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey’s brief run on Moon Knight was beyond successful. The two were able to provide brief, compelling stories in a single issue. Brian Wood and Greg Smallwood have taken the reins but does their opening issue live up to expectations? Major Spoilers takes a look to find out.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Vandroid #5, Rosario Dawson on Daredevil, and Legend of Korra. Star Wars delayed? Plus, Batman ’89 is 25, Dream Thief: Escape, and Eye of Newt #1. This episode of The Major Spoilers Podcast is sponsored by HelloFresh.com. Use the checkout code Major50 to save 50% off your first week’s order.
John Lincoln is an average burnout living in Atlanta. He takes recreational drugs, gets drunk every night, and often wakes up not remembering what happened. Then one night, while with his friend at the Fernbank Museum of Natural History, John steals an Aborigine mask. The next morning he finds his girlfriend Claire dead, who he killed the night before. Since then, John Lincoln’s world has been turned upside down. Whenever he falls asleep, he brings deadly vengeance to murderers for victims who possess him.
Sometimes you just want a break from the usual Marvel or DC superhero fare, and when those times come one looks toward the smaller publishers. This time I set my gazes on Dark Horse Comics and in its dark eyes I saw Dream Thief. With mysterious dead bodies, stolen Australian artifacts, and an Alex Ross cover, this looks like a recipe for success. Find out how it fares in this Major Spoilers review!