Warner Home Video sent us a bunch of images over the weekend, from the upcoming Superman/Batman: Public Enemies movie. In the film, United States President Lex Luthor uses the oncoming trajectory of a Kryptonite asteroid to frame Superman and declare a $1 billion bounty on the heads of the Man of Steel and his â€œpartner in crime,â€ Batman. Heroes and villains alike launch a relentless pursuit of Superman and Batman, who must unite â€“ and recruit help â€“ to stave off the action-packed onslaught, stop the asteroid, and uncover Luthorâ€™s devious plot to take command of far more than North
Everyone seems to be taken by the latest addition to the Major Spoilers family and her interest in Cosplay.Â She’s already offered some suggestions for would be cosplayers, and talked about some of her experiences, but now she wants to hear from you! The Cosplay girl wants to answer your questions about cosplay – anything goes, as long as it is on topic. For those of you who are thinking of entering the Third Annual Major Spoilers Costume Content, now might be a good time to use the comment section below to ask your questions. Then over the weekend, we’ll
For once the doc canâ€™t claim Oedipus Complex In a world without Superman (again), heroes have risen to take his place (again).Â And as is often the case in these tales, the new heroes have a connection to the old, but what of those heroes that have a villain for a parent?Â And what happens if both parents are evil?Â And what if one of them wants to kill you real bad?
The first arc of the Superman/Batman series by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness has been confirmed by several online sources as the next DC animated feature to follow Green Lantern: First Flight. If the animated film is true to the series, it will feature President Lex Luthor framing Batman and Superman as enemies to the world as a Kryptonite asteroid heads toward Earth.Â He then offers up a one million billion dollar reward to bring the two in.Â This then leads to giant rocket ships, Captain Atom and Hawkman making appearances, and concludes with Luthor in his famous green armored
Or – “The Breakout Character Find of 2008 (Or Possibly 2007, I Can’t Remember)…” Okay, I admit it.Â One of the less-important draws (no pun intended) of this series is the wonderful work that artist Mahmud Asrar puts into female leads Slingshot and Scrap.Â Aside from being well-sculpted ladies (and, DIFFERENTLY sculpted at that) our feminine protagonists have personality, in their faces, the way they move and stand, even in their subtlest body language.Â So, when I heard that this issue was going to feature Scrap in (essentially) solo action, I can’t say that I was terribly disappointed.Â Certainly, it’s
The boy had his first birthday this weekend, and we celebrated with all things Superman including Krypto Dogs (hot dogs), Big Belly Burgers, Soder Cola, and Kryptonite Shots, for the adults.Â Those in the know will get the reason for the theme – the rest of you will need to scour the archives.Â Considering Major Spoilers turns two in two weeks, I may have to figure out a way to make the boy’s birthday and Major Spoilers’ a huge three week party.