Image Comics is pleased to announce the return of the critically acclaimed series Bitter Root this February from Image Comics.
There has been a lot of hype about the upcoming Superman: Red Son, from Warner Bros. Animation, and rightly so, as DC enters its second Elseworlds animated movie. But what has always amazed me with these direct to video features is the short that runs ahead of many of the movies. When Superman: Red Son arrives, be on the lookout for the Phantom Stranger short featuring Peter Serafinowicz and Michael Rosenbaum.
I think it’s always good to look back at a year just about over… what went well, what didn’t. I wrote a similar column last year, so I thought it was time to reflect as we turn the last few pages of 2019.
Robert Kirkman and Marc Silvestri are launching Stealth, a six-issue vigilante miniseries, at Image Comics in March 2020, which is also be adapted at Universal Pictures.
This weekend was a big one for Disney and Marvel, as a number of big announcements were made.
This week on Top Five we dive back into the movie category as we share our list of the Top Five Directors.
Warner Bros. Home Entertainment has released a trailer for the next animated movie in the DC Animated Universe – Wonder Woman: Bloodlines.
“Twilight” director Catherine Hardwicke has come on board the Viking fantasy-adventure “Heathen” for Constantin Film and Prime Universe Films.
This year’s SDCC has happened, and we’ll be sorting out everything that took place in…
If you missed it, here is a rundown of what was announced during the Marvel Studios Hall H presentation at the San Diego Comic Con.
Long time followers of Major Spoilers know that we have a real love for The Rocketeer, and some of us even like The Black Hole. Diamond Select Toys is earning big points this weekend, as they toy company revealed upcoming toys based on the Disney movies.
What’s next for the DC Animated Universe? How about adaptations of Mark Millar’s Superman: Red Son, Justice League Dark: Apokalips War, and Superman: Man of Tomorrow?
Now that Marvel Phase 3 is complete, and Avengers: Endgame is going down in the record books, everyone is wonder what the wunder-team of Joe and Anthony Russo will be doing next.
On Saturday, Kevin Smith is hosting his annual Hall H presentation, and while everyone expected the first look at the movie to appear then, Smith decided to drop the trailer a couple of days early.