Or – “FAT COBRA!”
Or – “FAT COBRA!”
Marvel sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of New Avengers #25 from Brian Michael Bendis, Mike Deodato and Will Conrad.
Marvel has released the cover to New Avengers #25, that features Iron Fist dealing with the Phoenix Force.
Or – “One Of Marvel’s Many Neglected Properties…”
DEFENDERS! The Defenders are back! I haven’t been this excited since I heard the new phonebooks were here! WOO!
Dan Panosian has come up with an brilliant piece of Luke Cage/Iron Fist art, which takes readers back the the good ol’ days of 1970s.
Or – “Sweet Christmas…”
Who is the mysterious new Power Man? Why has he taken Luke Cage’s old code-name? And why do his arms glow like that? It’s a slobberknocker on the streets of New York, as Daredevil’s machinations take on sinister new angles and a new hero rises to protect the innocent. If nothing else, he got the chain belt right.
Marvel has hired Rich Wilkes to draft a screenplay based on the companies Iron Fist character. This is according to Mike Fleming over at Deadline, who has been on the nose before with his Marvel news. This goes along with the news that Disney if finally ready to start distributing some of the Marvel movie line with Dr. Strange and now Iron Fist in the rotation.
Wilkes is the brains behind the xXx franchise, and considering Iron Fist will need some intense action and plenty of Kung-Fu fighting, I’m all for seeing what Marvel/Disney can do with the character.
Welcome to the third installment of The Comic Casting Couch! A few weeks ago, I placed a poll up on the Major Spoilers forum and asked which of five different characters you would like to see me give the Comic Casting Couch treatment. After two weeks of voting, it seems that the winner has been crowned, THE WAY OF THE IRON FIST!
Forget Captain America and Iron Man, what kids really want to see is Luke Cage, Iron Fist, and Misty Knight kickin’ butt and takin’ names on their Saturday morning cartoons.Â That’s just what they’ll get this weekend as the Heroes for Hire make their debut on Marvel’s Super Hero Squad Show.Â Even though the interpretation of the characters is done in a kid friendly way, and that may not appeal to an older audience, I have to give Marvel and company credit for bringing in a huge list of guest stars to voice characters from the series.Â This week it is Lil JJ as Luke Cage, and Tamera Mowry as Misty Knight.
With the Heroes For Hire on the scene, guest-villains Brynnie Bratton, Pyro, M.O.D.O.K., Abomination and more join the fight! Donâ€™t miss the family friendly Super Hero team up unlike any in history on the Cartoon Network at 8:30 AM on Saturday! â€œHero Upâ€ with The Super Hero Squad Show!
You probably ought to check your local listings, as I’m pretty sure that time is Eastern and Pacific.
This October, Archaia is releasing a 48-page graphic novella by Ryan Schifrin, Larry Hama and Adam Archer, called The Devil’s Handshake. And if the preview is any indication of how good the issue will be, you can bet it will be on my pull list.
In this issue: The Major Spoilers Crew reflect on the week’s news, offer up a few reviews, let the Iron Man and the Iron Fist battle it out, and take a peek under the cover of The Last Iron Fist Story from Marvel.
Show Notes after the Jump!
Here’s a bit of pondering for you as you wait for the next exciting installment of the Major Spoilers Podcast: Who would win in a fight between Iron Man and Iron Fist?Â Even though Tony Stark is encased head to toe in his Iron Man armor, with ever weapon known to man, the Iron Fist has a fist of iron, that can break and snap nearly anything with his Chi energies?