It turns out The Shadow: Midnight in Moscow #1 published by Dynamite Entertainment not only marked Howard Chaykin’s return to The Shadow, it also marks the first time a Wold Newton scene has been overtly depicted in a comic book.
The panel hasn’t started (or it has and no one is covering it), but the press machine jumped a little too soon, and now it seems official that new Star Wars comics are coming from Marvel.
Or – “A Book That Has Repeatedly Set Me Off…” The first issue of Uncanny Avengers ended with a moment that crossed the line from awesome into WTF territory, and the comic hasn’t slowed its roll since. Certain moments have been excellent, and I like the cast as a whole, but it seems that every issue has a moment that makes me sit back, agog with disbelief. Will #9 wow or will it go down in flames? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Uncanny by definition means strange and mysterious in a disturbing way; it’s an appropriate word for this roster of Avengers: Havok, Captain America, Thor, Rogue, Scarlet Witch, and Wolverine. Brought together by Captain America to promote mutant and human co-existence, they combat a renewed fear and hatred for the mutant rebirth. However, with these heroes still distrustful of one another, can Havok, their appointed leader, unite them against an old powerful foe, the Red Skull?