Dynamite Entertainment released a sneak peek of its titles releasing in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Army of Darkness vs. Hack/Slash #1, Uncanny #2, Dark Shadows: Year One #4, Damsels: Mermaids #3, Garth Ennis’ Red Team #4, Mark Waid’s The Green Hornet #4, Warlord of Mars #27, and Amanda Hocking’s The Hollows: A Hollowland Graphic Novel Part 6.
Saturday Night Live star Taran Killam teams up with critically-acclaimed, Harvey and Eisner nominated comic-book WRITER Marc Andreyko(Manhunter, Torso, Captain America and Bucky) to reveal just who The Illegitimates are! Announced this week on IDW Publishing’s panel at San Diego Comic-Con International, the explosive new series hits this winter!
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Black Bat #2, Miss Fury #3, Garth Ennis’ Red Team #3, The Spider #12, Dejah Thoris and the Green Men of Mars #4, Dark Shadows #17, The Lone Ranger #15, and Kirby: Genesis – Dragonsbane #4.
Dynamite Entertainment sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of its titles arriving in stores this week. Take the jump for an early look at Damsels #7, Dark Shadows: Year One #2, Masks #, Red Sonja #75, Warlord of Mars #25, and more.
In this issue: The Major Spoilers Crew goes outside their comfort zone and takes a look at The Adventures of Tintin. The poll of the week asks you to decide between your two favorite wisecracking robots, and plenty of reviews (including an exclusive advanced review). It’s all in this issue of the Major Spoilers Podcast!
Show Notes after the Jump!
I’m really excited to see Dustin Nguyen and Paul Dini team back up for some really good Batman stories, and apparently DC wants to feed that appetite with a sneak peek of Batman: Streets of Gotham #1 that arrives June 17, 2009.
Here’s your wrap up of the IDW Panel held at the New York Comic Con 2009.
It really shouldn’t come as any surprise, when I tell you DC has decided to cancel Manhunter with issue #38 in January.Â Low sales probably have something to do with it, and as I’ve mentioned before, look for more cancelations of favorite DC titles in the near future.
This is not the first time Manhunter has received the axe, was back at issue #25, DC brought the hammer down, but thanks to a write-in campaign, DC brought the series back for another run.Â Sadly, it looks like the comeback lasted only eight issues.Â Writer Marc Andreyko has encouraged fans to start another write-in campaign to DC to save the series yet again.
I wish I could say go for it, but I think at this time it is best to let Manhunter shift over to the Birds of Prey team, and let this title rest, and spend more time on saving titles like Blue Beetle and Jonah Hex.
Comics legend Stan Lee has signed a deal with acclaimed novelist Perry Moore, author of the award-winning gay superhero novel Hero. The two creators announced their new business partnership today at the Comic-Con International: San Diego panel â€œLGBT Portrayals in Comics.â€ Lee appeared as a surprise guest at the panel, sponsored by Prism Comics, a nonprofit organization that promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) creators and comics content.
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DC Comics has released its lineup of staff and freelancers that will be appearing at the San Diego Comic-Con.Â The list is long, so take the jump for the complete rundown.Â We’ll post the panel schedule and giveaways at the show when it becomes available.