PRESS RELEASE The #1 New York Times bestselling writer Kyle Higgins (C.O.W.L., HADRIAN’S WALL, Nightwing) and artist Stephen Mooney (Half Past Danger, Grayson) join forces with Eisner Award-winning colorist Jordie Bellaire for an all-new series steeped in Cold War history, mystery, and spy-thriller action in THE DEAD HAND. The series is set to launch this April. THE DEAD HAND #1 introduces readers to Carter Carlson, a highly decorated operative during the Cold War. But in the fall of 1991, as the Soviet Union collapsed, Carter discovered a secret that not only changed his life…but also altered the course of history.
Image Comics has announced the upcoming graphic novel, Savage Town by Declan Shalvey, Philip Barrett, and Jordie Bellaire is set to arrive at our comic shops in September.
PRESS RELEASE – First announced at Emerald City Comic Con, the new ongoing series REDLANDS—created by the all-female team of bestselling, Eisner award-winning Jordie Bellaire (PRETTY DEADLY, Vision, Batman) and critically-acclaimed Vanesa R. del Rey (ZERO, Scarlet Witch, Constantine)—will launch this August.
What is the one thing that Batman, the ordinary man who trained himself to become the ultimate physical specimen, whose vast wealth allows him to obtain any gadget imaginable, and whose intellect and deduction skills make Sherlock Holmes look like a joke, always needed? How about two super powered pals who named themselves after their hometown? Don’t worry, it’s better than it sounds, and your Major Spoilers review of Batman #3 is about to begin.
Marc Spector aka Moon Knight has always been a little bit crazy. Now he’s become crazy enough to be stuck in a mental institution. Are all the things he’s seeing real or has his insanity taken over? Major Spoilers sits down for a therapy session with Jeff Lemire and Greg Smallwood’s latest issue of Moon Knight.
Image Comics has informed us that a new story arc for the series Injection, by Warren Ellis, Declan Shalvey and Jordie Bellaire, will kick off in January.
One of the great concepts I’ve been enjoying in comics these days is the exploration of: What if superheroes were real? How would the average person react to them? Would they be treating them like celebrities? This comic brings a Stand By Me-like concept to a group of kids who find something they don’t know how to deal with – the end of a superhero!
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! But what to read? Fortunately, the Major Spoilers Staff have comic book recommendations for you!