Will 300: Rise of an Empire make the same size of splash as the Zack Synder directed original? Warner Bros. sure does hope so, and in hopes are stirring up more buzz about the movie a new promo image and quick little trailer have been released for the upcoming sequel.
Pretty Deadly is Image’s new western series by Kelly Sue DeConnick, known for her work on Captain Marvel and Avengers Assemble. There is some stiff competition in the western genre right now with quality titles like All-Star Western and The Sixth Gun, but perhaps Pretty Deadly will blow them away. Find out how it is with your Major Spoilers review!
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Image comic Clone, from Robert Kirkman’s own Skybound Imprint, is being developed by NBC Universal for television. Written by David Schulner and illustrated by Juan Jose Ryp and Felix Serrano, Clone tells the story of Dr. Luke Taylor, who discovers that because of experiments performed by his estranged father, there are many genetic copies of himself — and they want his wife and unborn daughter. Schulner will write the pilot script and serve as executive producer alongside Kirkman and “The Walking Dead’s” David Alpert and David Engel.
Clone marks the fourth television deal for Kirkman and Skybound, following AMC’s hit The Walking Dead, and planned adaptations of Thief of Thieves and the writer’s upcoming exorcism series.
Imagine Mad Men if it were about the crew of a live television Star Trek knock off and you have Satellite Sam, the latest creator owned work out of Image, by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin. The premise of a comic about the production of a television show has lots of potential. Other mediums have had lots of success with the same concept, such as with the show Sports Night. Does Satellite Sam pull it off? Find out after the break!
Telltale Games has released a teaser trailer for The Walking Dead: 400 Days, new DLC for Season One of their amazing point-and-click adventure game based on Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead comic. Check it out after the jump.
Joe Fitzgerald is a dead man. After the brutal murder of both he and his girlfriend, Joe learns she’ll be headed to Heaven while he’ll be taking a decidedly lower path to the afterlife. A holy agent offers him a bargain, however: Do an unspecified number of jobs for us and we’ll see if we can reunite your with your love, if only briefly. Is this the fifth season of the A-Team? No! It’s “Ten Grand,” a new series from “Babylon 5″ creator J. Michael Straczynski.
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Danger Club proposes a world where all the heroes are gone and all that are left are the sidekicks; and things do not end up pretty. After a long hiatus the bloody, violent, series about adolescents playing hero returns. Does it live up to the previous issues’ praise? Was the hiatus justified in an increase quality? Find out the answers to all these questions and more in your Major Spoilers review!
Knives? Staves? Bows? Exotic weapons? Guns? Which will Tyler Shainline choose at The School of Five Weapons? That is the looming question in the weapon driven Five Weapons from Image Comics, created by Jimmie Robinson of Bomb Queen fame (or, perhaps, infamy). How does Five Weapons hold up? Find out with another locked and loaded Major Spoilers review!
Writer Andy Diggle and his artist partner Jock, most famous for Green Arrow: Year One and The Losers, deliver to us Snapshot via Image Comics. This will be their first ever creator-owned work, and promises to be an exciting crime thriller. Do the dynamic duo have what it takes to truly pull off a creator-owned comic? Find out with your Major Spoilers review!
Image Comics has been putting out some stellar books recently with Bedlam being one of them. Providing a look at the mind of a reformed serial killer, it is one of the best books Image is putting out. It is also one of the more disturbing as well. Major Spoilers dares to open the pages of the latest issue and see what twisted games are afoot.
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With Invincible always off in blood-and-guts land, it’s good that SOMEBODY in the Skybound universe has light-hearted adventures now and then right? Of course, there was a time when Mark Grayson was just a cool kid with super-powers and a high-school gig, but that won’t happen to the Guardians of the Globe, will it? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Revival is sweeping across America! Tim Seeley and Mike Norton have come together to create a dead-coming-back-to-life tale that has an interesting twist. Major Spoilers has your inside look at Revival #3 just after the jump.