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IDW PublishingJoe HillLocke & KeyReview

Face your fears, and put them in a bottle with that thing that makes you cry IDW Publishing’s Locke & Key: Head Games continues to move at a brisk pace as the Locke kids continue to explore the powers each of the house’s magic keys bestow up on the wielder.  But what happens when you remove your fears, and the thing you fear the most is right next to you?

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HumorMajor Spoilers

Long time Major Spoilers friend, Otter took it upon himself to take moments from MSP#94 The Word Association Game Podcast and turn it into this own little comic strip. Kudos to you sir, kudos to you… I’m really surprised how Otter was able to capture the pure fatness of my head, and the impression that I have Asian porn stars on the brain all the time (Leanni Lei).  That sir (Miko Lee), is totally not true (Tera Patrick).  And anyone who knows me (Evelyn Lin), knows I dread the tie (Sabrina Maui)… unless Otter is trying to hint (Nautica Thorn),

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Joe QuesadaMarvel

Well this is an interesting turn of events.  The weekly conversation with Marvel Editor in Chief Joe Quesada is ending over at Myspace’s Comic Books. Yeah. This will be our last week here. We didn’t really give any advance warning, ’cause we wanted to go out business-as-usual, and hopefully with a bang as well. The big thing is, right now my schedule is just in…sane with work, and I find myself not being able to find the time and devote myself to this column as I’d like to… We’ve had a lot of fill-ins that have been great, but it’s

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Buckaroo BanzaiMoonstone BooksReview

Once again, let’s screw it all up I give big kudos to Moonstone Books for continuing to bring the adventures of Buckaroo Banzai to the four color world, where fans can lap up the fun and kick assishness that is Team Banzai.  It’s just too bad the company keeps crapping his origin time, and time again.

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BatmanDCDenny O'NeilDetective ComicsNightwingReviewTwo-Face

Apparently Batman is dead, but you’d never know it if you’ve been reading Detective Comics for the last year or so.  The plausible exit created by Paul Dini at the end of last issue, leads naturally to the events Denny O’Neil uses in Detective Comics #851.  Batman dead?  Unlikely, so why mourn the loss here?  Instead, O’Neil uses the time to tell a good Detective story.

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ContestCosplayMajor Spoilers

Oh boy, did we get a lot of people entering the second annual Major Spoilers Costume Contest.  There were over 50 entries from 20 entrants (yes, some people entered multiple times).  Personally, I think all those who entered the contest deserve kudos for taking the time to make their costume and sending it out for the world to see.  You can tell some of the entrants spent a great deal of time on their costumes, and really get into their work. Without further ado, take the jump to see all the entrants for this year’s contest. UPDATE:  Voting is now

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Jeff SmithraslReview

Rasl #2 finally arrived, and was devoured again and again and again.  What else is a reader to do until the next issue arrives?

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MoviesWarner Bros.WatchmenZack Snyder

More Watchmen news, this time with the release of the 1940’s prop photo used in the film depicting the Minutemen all dolled up in period gear. At first I thought this was a cheezy fan photo whipped upped by the “community” to throw off real news about the film, but the more I look at it, the more I believe this is the real deal. All the original gang are featured – including Hooded Justice. Take the jump for the full shot!

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Army of DarknessDCDynamite EntertainmentReprint

Dynamite Entertainment President Nick Barrucci told Major Spoilers that the DC/Dynamite Entertainment Freddy vs. Jason vs. Ash series has been so popular that each of the four issues have completely sold out.

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