Dynamite Entertainment has brought together two of horror’s classic characters: Ash, from the Evil Dead franchise, and Herbert West, the infamous doctor from H.P. Lovecraft’s Re-Animator tale and movie of the same name. Actually, this is the second time they’ve been brought together but I guess the first didn’t count. Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Vampirella’s slinging hash in a diner, vampires and humans are hanging out, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria! The Lady in Red has to get to the bottom of rash of crimes related to the latest craze in nosferatu refreshment: NuBlood. Read on in this Major Spoilers Review.
We don’t have all the solicitations up for July 2009 yet, but Moonstone Books is taking the lead by sending us the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in August 2009.
While everyone else is sending out solicitations for May, Moonstone Books dropped off the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in June 2009.
It’s good to be thinking ahead, especially when it comes to the comics coming down the pipe.Â Moonstone Books has sent Major Spoilers the cover images and solicitation information for titles arriving in May 2009.
Title: Captain Action #5
Story: Fabian Nicieza, Steven Grant
Art: Mark Sparacio
Colors: James Brown
Covers: Mark Sparacio (modern)
Paul Gulacy (Retro)
32pgs, color, $3.99
The final chapter in the opening gambit of the new Captain Action!
The first shot fired in the takeover of the United States happened not with a bang, but with a whisper.Â Ride along with us as we discover whoâ€™s been infected with the Red Crawl, who hasnâ€™t, and whoâ€™s who! And what or who is Dr. Evil? And what is the President going to do about ? This smash-mouth issue delivers! And next issueâ€¦MORE Captain Action than ever before!
Better late than never I always say.Â Take the jump to check out sneak peeks that are arriving in stores today from Boom! Studios.
I know people that will sit around and debate Pirates vs. Ninjas, so I wonder how the conversation will turn once Boom! Studios releases Galveston that has cowboys fighting pirates.Â Galveston is a new mini-series written by Tom Peyer and Mark Rahner with art by Greg Scott.Â The writing duo are pitting pirate Jean Lafitte against Texas big wig Jim Bowie, and the fact the writers are incorporating facts from the time period, should make this a really interesting read.
“Bowie could throw down,” said Rahner.Â “This is the dude who once had a gun broken over his head, then got run through with a sword cane, and while the attacker was planting a foot on his chest to pull out the sword, Bowie gutted him with his legendary big knife. Then he got shot and stabbed again while the sword was still hanging out of him.Â This won’t be any PIRATES OF THE CARRIBEAN.”