Image Comics is celebrating 30 years by kicking off a 12-issue anthology series featuring all-new stories from some of the biggest names in comics.
BOOM! Studios recently announced that Someone Is Killing the Children #21 will come out in March, 2022, after the previous issue arrived in September of this year. When did comics taking breaks become popular, even acceptable?
Happy Holidays! It’s time for another special episode at the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, with a fun conversation and my yearly holiday tradition!
Die has been a crazy roller coaster of a series. But sometimes escapism becomes your reality. Will Ash be able to negotiate with H.G. Wells and figure out how to stop war in Die? Find out in DIE # 13 by Image Comics!
Many of us are currently finding ourselves inside of doors with a lot of spare time for reading on our hands. Why not take advantage of a time like this by diving into some Collected Works, Omnibi, and Graphic Novels?
In Episode 386, I talk with Ryan Cady from the Top Cow comic Infinite Dark, one of the very best science-fiction books out today!
At midnight tonight, we leave 2018 behind and stand at the precipice of a new year, 2019. Psychics make a living out of predicting the future, but while I’m no psychic, I have some thoughts on what we just might see in the coming months.
Time for a great crime noir comic, and that’s Dead Rabbit from Image Comics! During Episode 354, I talk with artist John McCrae from this gripping book, including his role in bringing this series to your local comics shop.
It’s Episode 340 of the Wayne’s Comics Podcast, and this week we begin a series of episodes featuring interviews from this year’s San Diego Comic Con, which took place from July 19 through the 22nd!
It’s probably no secret by now that both ComiXology and Marvel have begun their own…
I rarely talk about Diamond two weeks in a row, but I came across a story indicating that, like Marvel and Image, DC is pulling their part of the Previews out of that monthly publication some of us refer to as “the phone book” because of its immense size.
In a recent news release posted here at MajorSpoilers.com, it looks like one of the best writers in comics today, at least in my opinion, is going to guide one of her comics to the small screen. And I couldn’t be happier!
This week, in Episode 280, I talk with Zack Kaplan, the creator/scripter of a gripping series called Eclipse from Top Cow/Image Comics.
Where has this year gone? I mean, it seems like just last week I was…