We’ve seen the teasers, and now we are getting our first look at Marvel’s Inhumanity #1 by Matt Fraction and Olivier Coipel.
Last time around, we were introduced to Suzie, a young girl who discovers that her sexuality brings with it the ability to bend reality (or at least the passing of time.) Years later, she met Jon, who had the same strange ability, and things ended with what seemed to be a robbery… What’s going on here? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Image Comics released a giant sneak peek of the titles that are scheduled to land at your local comic shop this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Bounce #6, Bushido #4, Clone #11, Great Pacific #11, Pretty Deadly #1, Rat Queens #2, Satellite Sam #4, Sex Criminals #2, and Velvet #1.
Hawkeye, you’ve been gone too long… Matthew and Stephen sit down to review Hawkeye #13 to see if it still packs the same punch it did when issue 12 arrived back in July.
Things are getting complicated down FF way, with Doctor Doom, Julius Caesar, Annihilus, Kang and Maximus the Mad all in play, while the kids of the Future Foundation try to survive their learning experience… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Sexy-time fun takes center stage as Suzanne discovers the joys of sex and how to stop time in Sex Criminals #1.
Join us in a tale from the thrilling days of yesteryear as Matthew and Stephen travel back to the ’50s to exam sex, death, and live television as they take a gander at Satellite Sam #2 from Image Comics.
Go west, young lady! Kate Bishop heads to Los Angeles – to get away from New York, life, and Clint Barton – but NOT trouble! But Madame Masque is hanging out at poolside with the rich and famous as well! Who is Kate Bishop? Find out alongside Kate Bishop herself as a wild new status quo comes to Hawkeye.
Suzie has a secret. When she has sex, she stops time. She’s alone with this secret until she meets John, a young man with the same “gift.” In the new Image Comics series SEX CRIMINALS by Matt Fraction (SATELLITE SAM) and Chip Zdarsky, Suzie and John embark on a journey of self-discovery, intimacy, and… well, actually, they do what every time-stops-when-you-have-sex couple would do: They rob banks.
Imagine Mad Men if it were about the crew of a live television Star Trek knock off and you have Satellite Sam, the latest creator owned work out of Image, by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin. The premise of a comic about the production of a television show has lots of potential. Other mediums have had lots of success with the same concept, such as with the show Sports Night. Does Satellite Sam pull it off? Find out after the break!
Or – “The Wave Of Comics’ Future.”
Hawkeye has been a revelation from the very first issue, with experimentation in terms of story structure, art and narrative. This issue promises something completely different, as the entire issue is told from the point of view of Lucky the Pizza Dog. Will the experiment pay off? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!