It’s that photographic Star Trek John Bryne thing that IDW Publishes… Star Trek New Visions: The Hollow Man.
Heritage Auctions sold over $5.1 million this past weekend in Dallas, and while that seems like a really large sum, its surprising how much Suspense Comics #3 sold for.
The original John Byrne and Terry Austin double splash page art from X-Men #137 (Marvel, 1980), “The Fate of the Phoenix!”, arguably the most famous image from the greatest and most popular X-Men story of them all, is expected to bring $150,000+ when it comes to auction on Aug. 27, 2015, as the centerpiece of Heritage Auctions’ Aug. 27-29, 2015 Comics and Comic Art Signature® Auction.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Wonder Woman Week is here, and we have a lot to talk about. DC movies are on the way, invisible jets take flight, Grindhouse, Warlord of Oz, and the Book of Life are all on the docket.
At the time of this issue, Canadia’s premiere super-team, Alpha Flight, has only been together for a short time, and hasn’t really gelled as a unit. When the Great Beast Kolomaq attacks, Snowbird doesn’t even think to call her new teammates for backup, and the battle… It kinda has to be seen to be believed… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Alpha Flight #6 awaits!
BECAUSE STEPHEN DEMANDED IT! Sometimes an issue gains notoriety for obvious reasons, others for reasons that are obscure or inexplicable. Then, there’s stuff like Superman’s porno debut with a very married Big Barda… Your Major Spoilers (retro) review of Action Comics #593 awaits!
Check out this preview of Star Trek: New Visions #1: The Mirror, Cracked from IDW Publishing.
Press Release Last year, comic-book legend, John Byrne set out “to explore strange new worlds” within the Star Trek universe, using a unique technique, the photonovel. The resulting Star Trek Annual 2013, which is completely sold out through Diamond and headed for a second printing, was a creative success due to this distinctive storytelling device. This May, Byrne will continue his quest “to seek out new life and new civilizations” using the photonovel format to produce an ongoing bi-monthly series, Star Trek: New Visions.