So, why all the hubbub about the 900 and an 80-page special? The main reason is clear – it’s because this is the 900th issue of Detective Comics (or would have been, if the New 52 hadn’t happened in DC)!
In the last few issues Tony has taken a back seat will other characters get to bask in the sunlight. Will this trend keep up? Will Tony ever get out of the hospital? Is Toni connected to more characters than we know? Will Colby ever start shooting lasers out of his eye? Is Mason Savoy Tony’s actual father? Some of these questions and more are answered as Major Spoilers takes a look inside Chew #28!
Celebrating its 50th anniversary this year, the Mars Attacks! franchise has returned in spectacular fashion in the form of a new trading card set, t-shirts, statues, and this comic series from IDW. While the Tim Burton movie of the same name had its merits, you won’t find Burton’s sense of humor here…No bowling on Easter Island, no knocking national landmarks onto Boy Scouts, and not a single syllable of Slim Whitman. Rather, Layman’s series focuses on the gore, spectacle, and flat-out weird events that the original card series was so controversial for. Check out the review for more!
The mechanically enhanced rooster, Poyo, is back and ready to kick major butt. First imagined within the pages of Chew, John Layman and Rob Guillory bring us a one-shot of the killer secret agent, and Major Spoilers has your review here.
DC Comics has announced that Detective Comics is getting a new creative team in October to “tell twisted stories of the Dark Knight.”
Way back in the 90’s Tim Burton captured my imagination with his film adaptation of the trading card series, Mars Attacks. Now it’s 2012 and writer John Layman is at the helm to take the property into the funny pages. Will the first issue meet my anticipation? Find out now!
Tony is still recovering from his injuries in the hospital, so we have time to catch up with other characters. Lets find out what his siblings are up to.
Having had enough of the top cibopath at the FDA, Director Applebee is able to pawn Tony Chu off to NASA for a very special assignment. Have you met Toni Chu?
In the follow-up to Spider-Man Annual #38, Wade Wilson wreaks his own brand of havoc through an alternate universe in his own #1 Annual. How will Deadpool deal with Death Wish, Brain Dead, Deadeye, Dead Head and the dreaded Death Mask? Find out!
CHEW, the highly acclaimed new series by writer John Layman and artist Rob Guillory, has begun its second story arc, “International Flavor” with yet another complete distribution-level sell out!
CHEW, the all-new crime series with a cannibalistic twist by writer John Layman and illustrator Rob Guillory, experienced yet another sell out on all issues despite the largest overprint on the series yet. More reprints are on the way, though: The second and third issues will each return for one final, “Last Bite” edition.
Since CHEWâ€™s release, John Layman and Rob Guilloryâ€™s ongoing crime series with a disgustingly delicious twist has faced a series of distribution-level sellouts despite extremely healthy reprints. Next month, Issues One, Two and Three will each be reprinted in time for Issue Four’s release, with Issue One reprinted for a fourth (and final!) printing, a â€˜Last Biteâ€™ edition for people who are still hungry for a copy of one of the most talked about debuts of the summer.