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Action Comics #981 Review
Action ComicsDCFeaturedReviewSuperman

His worst foes stand allied before him.  Can Superman save Task Force X?  Can he even save himself?  Your Major Spoilers review of Action Comics #981 awaits!

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DCFeaturedReviewSuperman

The Man of Steel, still possessed by Doomsday, must protect the Earth from not only Brianiac, but himself.

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Dynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Check out this sneak peek of Miss Fury #9 from Rob Williams and Jack Herbert.

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Dynamite EntertainmentFeaturedReview

Miss Fury continues her romp through time and space as she’s thrown back and forth between past, present, and future, trying to stop pesky robotic Nazis. Even as she hunts down a laundry list of targets—all people who’ve been replaced by Nazi look-a-likes—she continues to doubt her sanity and her new reality. Will she find the men who did this to her or will she continue to slip further down the rabbit hole? More after the jump!

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Dynamite EntertainmentSneak Peek

Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Black Bat #2, Miss Fury #3, Garth Ennis’ Red Team #3, The Spider #12, Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #4, Dark Shadows #17, The Lone Ranger #15, and Kirby: Genesis – Dragonsbane #4.

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Dynamite EntertainmentPress ReleaseSolicitations

Press Release Dynamite proudly announces the April debut of Miss Fury #1, written by the acclaimed Rob Williams (Venom, Uncanny X-Force), drawn by Jack Herbert, and featuring covers by J. Scott Campbell, Alex Ross, Paul Renaud, and Will Conrad!  Also, as a special “thank you” to dedicated fans, Dynamite is making a gorgeous Miss Fury #1 Exclusive Alex Ross Advance Order Subscription Variant cover, limited to retailer initial orders.  Miss Fury sees the heroine of World War II revived for the 21st Century!

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Alex RossDynamite EntertainmentFeaturedJack KirbyKurt BusiekReview

Many people cite Jack Kirby a source of inspiration, but he crafted many lesser known, or completely obscure creations outside the hallowed halls of Marvel and DC Comics. Does this attempt to merge the fractured worlds of Jack Kirby’s creations have what it takes? Take the jump, and find out!

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