IT’S A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE! Rand is back to share his fond memories of decades of comic collecting and reading in this month’s Random Access Memory. Author’s Note: Random Access Memory is me looking back at the specific comics that shaped my life. Each month I go back in time – in five year intervals – to examine key comics that came out those months. (The idea is that after five years of monthly columns, I will have covered an entire lifetime – in this case, fifty years – of reading comics.) I also list all the comics I read that
In this issue: Your hosts answer questions from Twitter followers, Matthew demands an end to Black Friday, and Rodrigo wishes Kansas had more monsters. [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp472.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed A big Thank You goes out to everyone who downloads, subscribes, listens, and supports this show. We really appreciate you taking the time to listen to our ramblings each week. Tell your friends about the podcast, get them to subscribe and, be sure to visit the Major Spoilers site and forums.
The Death of Batman of Earth Prime (or Zur-En-Arrh, we donâ€™t know which, but does it really matter?) Two years ago, we were teased with the promise that Legends Live Forever (not a Queen lyric by the way) – even if they get killed in the process.Â As you might have already heard, Batman finally dies in this issue, but as always, it is getting there that is the most infuriating.Â Or is it half the fun?Â In any case Final Crisis #6 is here and the death of Earth is upon us.
This looks like it could be a fun title – there’s a guy fighting a giant crab on the cover. Salt Water Taffy: The Seaside Adventures of Jack and Benny is an ongoing quarterly all-ages series to be released by Oni Press. Jack and Benny are two young brothers on vacation in Chowder Bay, Maine for the entire summer. With no television or batteries for his Gameboy, Jack couldnâ€™t be more bored. But when Benny, the youngest of the pair, spots a dark, indistinguishable shape creeping toward the ocean, the boys’ curiosity has them chasing one of Chowder Bay’s oldest