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artArt Appreciation Moment of the Day

Evan Shaner thinks Mitch Gerads is good enough to be featured on his favorites page, and his Wizard World Chicago Johnny Recon variant.

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MoviesOni PressTrailer

Whiteout by Greg Rucka/Steve Lieber and released by Oni Press is getting the movie treatment (and has been for a long time now), and Warner Bros. has finally released a trailer for the film at the new Whiteout website… and here.  Via IGN. Thanks embed code!

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From the EditorMajor SpoilersMerchandise

Long time fan of the Major Spoilers website, Josh was one of the first to purchase our Bear Reads Major Spoilers T-Shirt from the Major Spoilers Merch Store. THANKS JOSH!  And for your loyalty, we now parody you from the original source. If you want to buy your own Bear Reads T-Shirt, you know where to click.  Purchases from the Major Spoilers Store go to a good cause – keeping this site alive for another week. Don’t worry, we aren’t going to make a shirt with Josh on it. Yet.

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Dynamite Entertainment

Dynamite Entertainment has announced it will be addapting the Lewis Carroll Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland as part of its Complete series, with The Complete Alice in Wonderland.  This series goes along with the recently released The Complete Dracula, with the Alice series being written by John Reppion and Leah Moore, who are writing the current Sherlock Holmes series. “The Complete Alice is a project that we’re very excited about,” John Reppion stated.  “People seem to have fixated on the idea of re-imagining the Alice stories for a long time now but Lewis Carroll’s tales are already so fantastic  their logic

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Image ComicsPress ReleaseTokyopop

Press Release The Eisner-nominated major debut by cartoonist Brandon Graham, KING CITY, finally continues in an ongoing series presented in the deluxe, oversized format courtesy of TOKYOPOP and Image Comics! “Continuing KING CITY has been a long time coming and I’m thrilled that TOKYOPOP and Image Comics are bringing it back in the best way possible,” Graham said. “We’re doing it as thirty-two page monthly issues, the first six issues remastering the original series along with as much cool new work as I can fit, in a format akin to Image’s VIKING. Starting with issue 7, the series will consist

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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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Image Comics

Readers shocked by Chris Giarrusso’s departure from Mini-Marvels will be pleased to learn he’s expanding his unique take on superheroes in this May’s G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLY ! “Working Mini-Marvels was cool, but G-MAN, VOL. 1: LEARNING TO FLY  is what I’ve been wanting to do for years,” Giarrusso said. “It’s the story I was wanting to write and draw the entire time doing Mini-Marvels so I’m happy those fans are psyched by the collection. G-MAN and company are going to be taking up all my attention for the foreseeable future and I aim to make the long-time

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Image Comics

Those wanting to get their children addicted to comics, but wary of titles that may not be appropriate for the young’uns, might want to check out Image Comics Silverline Book’s Evil and Malice by Jimmie Robinson. “A definitive collection of EVIL & MALICE has been a long time coming and I’m very happy it’s with the folks at Silverline Books,” Robinson said in a prepared statement. “Over the years I’ve heard a lot of demand for a superhero series older readers could share with their younger siblings, nieces and nephews. Considering Shadowline’s continued pushes into the younger reader market with

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comic conventionNew York Comic ConRadical Publishing

During the Radical Publishing panel at the 2009 New York Comic Con, Radical Publishing president Barry Levine made two interesting, and quite possibly two smart moves for the small-ish publisher.

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Boom Studios

Knowing it would be a hot property, Boom! Studios released its first issue of Farscape just in time to fill the holiday stocking of long time fans.  Even with two major holidays going on, the first issue by Rockne O’Bannon and Keith R.A. DeCandido sold out in just a week. “We are tracking the unfilled re-orders carefully at the moment. But a second printing looks like it may just happen,” said Marketing and Sales Director Chip Mosher. The series, picks up where the television mini-series The Peacekeeper Wars left off, so those who are looking to get their Farscape continuity

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Action FiguresDCHumorMarvelVideo

Man, it’s been a long time since we’ve seen something from It’s Just Some Random Guy, but he finally got around to completing the next chapter for Happy Hour.

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From the EditorMajor Spoilers

I had a very interesting request from a long time Major Spoilerite yesterday, and I think between the two of us, we have something interesting planned. Boy, after that sentence I feel qualified to sit on any comic book convention panel. We would like to compile a list of the best 10 episodes of, or segments from, the Major Spoilers Podcast, and that’s where we need your help.  What have been your favorites, and why? Shout out below.

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comic conventionDC

Dan DiDio hosted the panel that attempted to answer questions to Final Crisis.

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Poll

The Teen Titans have been around for a long time, and during the 1980s The New Teen Titans was one of the top comic book titles.  Since we are talking about The Judas Contract on tonight’s Major Spoilers Podcast, this week’s poll asks an all important question.

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