Dobbs is able to pay for his wife’s ongoing medical bills with the proceeds of his first bank job since putting on the Dead Eyes mask for the first time in twenty years. But trouble is piling up, as Wheels, his driver from the previous issue, is in hospital. And the Mafia have come visiting. Will they bring roses or a horse’s head? Find out in our Major Spoilers review for Dead Eyes #3 from Image Comics.
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Yondu has immeasurable power in the palm of his hand. But all he wants to do is make a quick buck and retire. Your Major Spoilers review of Yondu #2 from Marvel Comics, awaits!
With his wife back in hospital and being presented a five figure medical bill, the former bank robber known as Dead Eyes (Martin Dobbs) faces a dilemma – go back on his promise to his ailing wife to give up his life of crime, or get back at the elites and their toadies by milking them for as much as they can provide. Will he succeed without getting a bullet for his efforts? Find out in your Major Spoilers review of Dead Eyes #2 from Image Comics!
Ant-Man is back for an all-new series at Marvel, starting in February 2020.
Dead Eyes is back after a twenty-year hiatus. Much has changed, but Dead Eyes hasn’t, meting out beatings to those who deserve it. But why is he back on the streets, bringing fresh terror to those who deserve it? And can Dead Eyes relive the glory days, especially when his hemorrhoids are playing up? Find out in our Major Spoilers review!
Meet Chris Dundee, grifter and friend of prostitutes, as he becomes embroiled in an investigation of a bizarre religious cult in Night Moves #1.
What’s a modern day Robin Hood gonna do when after a twenty-year retirement, he realizes he’s spent all the cash and the same one percenters are still in charge? Find out in Dead Rabbit #2.
A heavy metal powered, monster fighting, ode to the dreams of headbangers everywhere! While Jake shreds on his guitar, Murder Falcon shreds evil! A mega-total trip, Murder Falcon #1 is out now from Image Comics.
Marvel has announced it will adapt Star Wars: The Last Jedi into a six-part mini-series that arrives just in time for… well, that is the question, isn’t it?
Writer/artist Daniel Warren Johnson and colorist Mike Spicer kick off a new arc in the dystopian epic this October from Image Comics and Skybound Entertainment.
PRESS RELEASE – From writers Jody LeHeup (former editor of Uncanny X-Force, Deadpool, Quantum and…