Back in the fey-fighting game for the first time in almost a decade, Kevin Matchstick finds things much more complicated with a family to defend. But a familiar face from his past is about to return… Your Major Spoilers review of Mage Book Three: The Hero Denied #5 awaits!
If you missed Image Comics big announcements at Emerald City ComiCon, but boy there are some awesome books coming our way including the conclusion of Mage! MAGE!
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew takes a look at Matt Wagner’s Mage: The Hero Discovered. March 21 Mage: The Hero Discovered Writer: Matt Wagner Artist: Matt Wagner The Hero Discovered follows Kevin Matchstick, an alienated young man who meets a wizard called Mirth and discovers that he, among other things, possesses both a magic baseball bat and superhuman abilities. In the course of the comic, he defeats the nefarious plans of a being called the Umbra Sprite. He ultimately discovers that Mirth is Merlin, the baseball bat is Excalibur, and he is, in some ambiguous
The scifi horror tale The Amory Wars is back to complete the saga created by Claudio Sanchez, lead singer of prog-rock supergroup Coheed and Cambria.Â The first issue of The Amory Wars: The Second Stage Turbine Blade, Volume 2 is in stores now. THE AMORY WARS follows the science fiction/horror saga of the close-knit Kilgannon family, who are placed in the center of a cataclysmic terrorist plot led by the evil Supreme Tri-Mage, Wilhelm Ryan. “THE AMORY WARS is a visual expression of the conflicts and relationships we explore in our songs,” Sanchez said in a prepared statment.Â “You don’t
We last saw Madame Xanadu in her brief appearance in DC’s Countdown, but coming in June, readers can learn more about her many adventures as Matt Wagner (Grendel and Mage) and Amy Reeder Hadley team up to bring Madame Xanadu to Vertigo Comics. MADAME XANADU is a gothic love story between the mysterious Madame Xanadu and the Phantom Stranger. Their fraught, unconventional affair first blossoms in the final days of Camelot and develops over centuries, in the court of Kublai Khan, on the ships of Marco Polo, in Londonâ€™s notorious Whitechapel district and on the streets of Greenwich Village. The