Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions. Looking for a story to spring into the new season? Something to keep the March winds at bay? This is what we all had to say: MATTHEW’S PICK Astro City: Victory TPB Writer: Kurt Busiek Artists: Brent Anderson Publisher: DC Comics Price: $16.99 In Stores: March 11th, 2014 ORDER ON AMAZON “Now that Astro City is back in the monthly swing, it’s
Times are tough and comics can be expensive! We here at Major Spoilers understand that and we know that many people are trade waiters. We want to help you make the most informed buying decision concerning collected editions. Still haven’t bought a gift for Valentine’s Day? Looking for something for that special someone? We have some inspiring suggestions for readers this month. This is what we all had to say: JASON’S PICK Spider-Man 2099 Classic Volume 3 The Fall Of The Hammer TP Writers: Peter David and Various Artists: Various Publisher: Marvel Comics Price: $34.99 In Stores: February 4th, 2015
Megan Levens is a busy lady. Her creator-owned (with writer Jamie S. Rich), series Madame Frankenstein recently wrapped up at Image Comics and will be out in trade paperback next month, she and Rich are also paired up on the digital first series Ares and Aphrodite being released weekly from Oni Press, Inc and this week she takes over art duties for the Buffy the Vampire Slayer Season 10 series over at Dark Horse (Megan’s work begins in issue #11).
Press Release Frankenstein meets Pygmalion in MADAME FRANKENSTEIN by Jamie S. Rich (12 Reasons Why I Love Her, You Have Killed Me) and Megan Levens, a graphic novel set in the dying days of the Jazz Age, coming in February from Image Comics.
Press Release Sure to send a shiver down any reader’s spine, Image Comics’ new series MADAME FRANKENSTEIN is an all-new vintage-style horror drama series from Jamie S. Rich (You Have Killed Me) and newcomer Megan Levens. In 1932, Vincent Krall sets out to create his perfect woman by reanimating the corpse of his recently deceased lover. But he soon begins to realize that perhaps man was not meant to peer beyond the veil between life and death.