Aliens are attacking… again! When a new primordial menace arrives and starts attacking Metropolis, it’s the Man of Steel to the rescue… again! This time, though, the monster comes from a very familiar alien planet, one that will shake the very foundations of the Superman family. More after the jump!
“Just tell me these aren’t Alfred’s waffles.”
It seems as if Jason Todd and the gang have become a little stale the past few months, but I stick with them through thick and thin. Will #8 take a turn for the better with the Night of the Owls event? Find out after the jump…
Or – “Second Verse… Is It The Same As The First?”
Two former sidekicks…
One alien princess…
One stormy controversy regarding gender depictions…
Will Red Hood & The Outlaws quiet those offended by number one?
If you want to get started on the next autograph collection frenzy, then you’ll want to head down to Collector’s Paradise in Winnetka, CA, or Brave New World Comics in Newhall, CA to meet up with Mark Waid and chat it up about the first issue of Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer.
Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer is the deadly new mini-series with consequences brought to you by Mark Waid (Amazing Spider-Man, Irredeemable) and artist Kenneth Rocafort (Madame Mirage, Astonishing Tales).Â Â This is a series with non-stop action, intrigue, lies, and betrayal. Make sure to pick up the first issue of Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer and bring it to the Mark Waid signings on July 29th.
Top Cow Entertainment has announced the Mark Waid penned Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer #1 is scheduled to arrive in stores on July 22, 2009.
Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer #1 is written by Mark Waid, who co-created Hunter-Killer with Top Cow CEO and founder Marc Silvestri in 2005.Â Artistic duties will be performed by Kenneth Rocafort, (Madame Mirage, Pilot Season: The Core) who drew the final four issues of the initial Hunter-Killer season.
This issue will be the first time the Hunter-Killer team is made part of the proper Top Cow universe.
â€œWorking with creators like Mark and Kenneth is a pure pleasure and makes my life easy because thereâ€™s very little to improve upon as an editor,â€ stated Filip Sablik, Top Cow Publisher, in a prepared statement, â€œOn the surface this may appear to be just a meeting of two teams, but astute readers will soon realize that Mark and Kenneth have added an incredible level of nuance and depth to the story.â€
Take the jump for a full look at the covers for the $2.99 issue.
Top Cow has also provided Major Spoilers with the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in August 2009.
This weekend (May 2) is Free Comic Book Day, and Top Cow Productions is participating with a series of signings at stores throughout the United States promoting Mark Waid’s Cyberforce/Hunter-Killer First Look, and much more.
Writer Mark Waid will be appearing at Collectorâ€™s Paradise in Winnetka, CA and artist Kenneth Rocafort will be appearing at the Puerto Rico Comic Con in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Other Top Cow creators making appearances in Los Angeles include Michael Broussard, Rob Levin, Nelson Blake II, and Rick Loverd. Additionally, Top Cow mainstays Ron Marz and Phil Hester will be appearing in various parts of the United States to celebrate the annual event.
If you want to hook up with Top Cow creators, take the jump to see where people will appear on Saturday.
This issue: There’s a new nightmare in town, but at least he didn’t kill Kitty Genovese. Logan suffers from a premature release. The Bartons ain’t the Bartons anymore. Plus: A League with in a League? Controversy among the Spoilerites? Dogs playing poker? Also, two guys get a restraining order from one ‘Eel O’Brien’ on this, the 88th consecutive string of running jokes and pop culture detritus (Ancient Chinese Secret, huh?) The Major Spoilers Podcast is on the air!
Show Notes after the Jump!
Top Cow has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in January 2009.
Arriving in stores this week is the first issue of Top Cow’s Pilot Season 2007 winner – Cyblade, and the company has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Joshua Hale Fialkov and Rick Mays’ work.
Is Nightwing the new Tom Welling? Will the Dead Walk on schedule? Will Indy find his hat yet again? Would you want to drink from a bottle with the Goon on it? Will you look the best in spandex, or should you just write the songs that make the whole world sing? Is Stephen a clone? Is Rodrigo a zombie? Is Matthew a screaming queen? And what about Naomi? All these questions and more are answered in this installment of the podcast that doesnâ€™t shy away from those musical questions.
Show Notes after the Jump!
The Baltimore Comic-Con is just around the corner, and Top Cow has announced its schedule of events and signings for the show.Â The complete release after the jump.