At last – the super secret origin of Gary Seven! Take the jump for this sneak peek of Star Trek Year Five #17 from IDW Publishing.
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What if Barbatos reigned victorious? Find out what might have been in Tales From The Dark Multiverse: Dark Nights: Metal #1 from DC Comics. The issue is available today.
Valiant Entertainment has announced the first issue of The Harbinger from Robbi Rodriguez, Jackson Lanzing, and Collin Kelly is scheduled to arrive next summer.
In STAR TREK: YEAR FIVE #14, Kirk runs a gauntlet on a Klingon ship, which readies itself to detonate a bomb and decimate the Federation fleet! Meanwhile, Bones and Spock face off against a rogue Admiral, himself intent on experimenting on fleet crews. Who lives and dies? Find out in your latest Major Spoilers review!
The final voyages of the original Enterprise crew continue, and the Federation may never be the same! Your Major Spoilers review of Star Trek: Year Five #13 from IDW Publishing awaits!
James T. Kirk. Gary Seven. The final conflict, one-on-one… Your Major Spoilers review of Star Trek: Year Five #12 from IDW Publishing awaits!
Vault Comics sent us this look at Brandon Sanderson’s Dark One OGN from writers Jackson Lanzing and Collin Kelly and artist Nathan Gooden that is available now.
Vault Comics has announced it is releasing Brandon Sanderson’s Dark One, an original graphic novel, earlier than originally expected.
The Tholian Web is closing on the Enterprise, and Kirk has only minutes to save his ship and crew. Your Major Spoilers review of Star Trek: Year Five #8 from IDW Publishing awaits!
It’s 80 pages of animal action from across the DC Universe! Your Major Spoilers review of Dog Days Of Summer #1 awaits!
IDW Publishing has shown us part of Year Four, now they bring us Year Five. Take the jump for our review of Star Trek: Year Five #1 after the jump.
Welcome to the weekly rundown of comic book reviews from Major Spoilers. There is a lot of stuff on the site, but this is your one-stop post to find all of the comics we’ve reviewed this week.
We join Lara at a pivotal moment where she faces up to her own past and her personal demons even as she descends deeper and deeper into the Temple of Eden in Tomb Raider: Inferno #3 from Dark Horse Comics.
The First Family of Comics takes center stage this week, as they take on Galactus and his friend, Harold. Plus, strange things are afoot at DC Comics (or are they?), your favorite burger joint, Motor Crush Vol. 2, Usagi Yojimbo: The Hidden #4, Hawkman #1, and Tomb Raider: Inferno #1 all go under the microscope.