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mark millarMarvelTrade PaperbackVariant

With the success of the Kingsman: The Secret Service movie, it makes sense that the trade paperback is getting solicited again in July.  When it does arrive, look for a new cover featuring the movie’s stars.

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FeaturedMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers PodcastPodcast

This week on the Major Spoielrs Podcast: Keith Davidsen, Marketing Manger for Dynamite Entertainment stops by to talk pulp fiction, digital comics and his Re-Animator series. We review William Shakespeare’s The Phantom Menace, Bear vs. Art, The Wicked + The Divine #10, and Jupiter’s Circle #2.

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Image Comicsmark millarPress ReleaseVariant

Press Release CHRONONAUTS #2—the hot new time-travel adventure series by bestselling writer Mark Millar (Kick-Ass, Kingsman: The Secret Service, WANTED) and artist Sean Gordon Murphy (Punk Rock Jesus)—features another pop culture movie poster-inspired cover, this time a Top Gun homage. Readers with the need for speed can pick up CHRONONAUTS #2 when it hits stores this week.

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Dueling Review PodcastFeaturedImage ComicsMajor Spoilersmark millarPodcastReview

This week, Matthew and Stephen are time traveling to a place in the past – or is it the future – and take an arrow to the knee! Join your Dueling Review hosts as they take a peek inside Chrononauts #1.

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Press Release Now that the first chapter of Mark Millar (JUPITER’S LEGACY, STARLIGHT) and Frank Quitely’s (JUPITER’S LEGACY) bestselling JUPITER’S LEGACY has left readers with a shocking conclusion, Millar reveals early preview pages from the prequel series with artist Wildredo Torres that will keep Millarworld fans on the edge of their seats: JUPITER’S CIRCLE.

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Press Release Bestselling writer Mark Millar (Kingsman: Secret Service, Kick-Ass, WANTED) and artist Sean Gordon Murphy (PUNK ROCK JESUS, The Wake) team up for a time-travel adventure story that puts a fresh spin on the science fiction genre in CHRONONAUTS. Image Comics is pleased to reveal process pages, inks and final colors, from issue #1.

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Press Release Bestselling artist Declan Shalvey (Moon Knight, the upcoming INJECTION) adds punch to Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo’s MPH for issue #5 with a dramatic variant. The Shalvey cover features color by Jordie Bellaire, and promises an explosive conclusion to the speed-enhanced storyline.

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Image ComicsRetro ReviewReviewWanted

Full disclosure: While the last couple of Retro Reviews represented the top-selling Marvel and DC books of the year 2005, I can’t find the numbers on the top-selling independent books.  (The Top 300 Comics of that year consist entirely of Marvel/DC joints, unsurprisingly.)  So, looking month-over-month, I found an issue that sold really well and seemed noteworthy, then rolled my mental dice and figured we’re probably close enough…  Either way, we’re in for quite a ride with Mark Millar at the helm. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Wanted #6 awaits! **Today’s Retro Review contains adult themes, language and violence. 

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MoviesTrailer

While FOX was trying to hit it big with the first episode of Gotham, it’s parent company decided to use the momentum and comic book crowd by releasing a new trailer for Kingsman: The Secret Service.

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Press Release Bestselling writer Mark Millar (JUPITER’S LEGACY) and artist Goran Parlov (Fury MAX) team up for the show-stopping final installment of the hit series STARLIGHT, featuring an epic conclusion and a variant cover by the renowned Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman).

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BOOM! Studios has announced artist JG Jones is coming to BOOM! in 2015.

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Image Comicsmark millarSneak Peek

Image Comics released a sneak peek of MPH #2 by Mark Millar and Duncan Fegredo.

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