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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Terrance Grace, Locksmith, Neo-Noir, mystery, fantasy, science fiction, Kickstarter, Silvio dB, Anderson Cabral, Detective Mick Fagan, Antiago, New York City, Lucero, Spanish Moss
FeaturedInterviewsPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

I talk with creator Terrance Grace about the third issue of this engaging miniseries, and we discuss the Kickstarter supporting this project, which is now underway.

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AfterShock Comics, Second Sight, David Hine, Alberto Ponticelli, John Kalisz, Ray Pilgrim, Toni, Tess, horror, supernatural, murder, mystery, Bulletproof Coffin, Spawn, Image, X-Men, Inhumans, Marvel, Batman, DC Comics, remote viewing
AfterShock ComicsFeaturedReview

When you mix murder and the supernatural, it makes a heinous act even worse, in my opinion. After all, when a living being removes the life of another for whatever reason, it’s bad enough. But when an extra-natural element gets involved, it makes it even creepier! This book explores what it would be like to be able to observe a murder as if you were doing it yourself! I know I’d have a tough time with that, so imagine what the lead character of this comic feels!

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Prey for Angels, Think Alike Productions, Ruben Romero,
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I wish I could count how many different mystery stories I’ve given up on because I either knew who did it right away or frankly didn’t care. A poorly done whodunit? Now THAT’S a crime! Not long ago I reviewed the debut issue of Prey for Angels from Think Alike Productions. As of Wednesday, August 19, both the first and second issues of this gripping mystery are available at the comixology.com website, making it the perfect time to jump on board!

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Justin Jordan, Luther Strode, John Flood, mystery, murder, Berry, BOOM! Studios, Jorge Coelho, Tamra Bonvillain
Boom StudiosFeaturedReview

Mysteries continue to be some of my favorite reading and TV viewing. I love trying to figure out what’s really going on, and the best mystery writers can keep me guessing until the very end. What’s happening in this book is that the creators are ratcheting up the danger quite a bit by doing to mystery what Fox’s Bones does to crime TV: come across the really tough cases. And John Flood has one of my favorite sci-fi concepts involved – he doesn’t need to sleep. I’ve always been fascinated by that possibility!

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murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, Think Alike Productions, The Agency, blood, prey for angels, Kristian Fraga, Ruben Romero, Sajad Shaw, Benjamin Charbit
FeaturedMajor SpoilersPodcastWayne's Comics Podcast

When a notorious serial killer strikes terror in Paris, they call on Scotland Yard to help bring the murderer to justice! It’s murder mystery just the way I like it, so I’m chatting with writer Kristian Fraga, producer Benjamin Charbit, and adapter Ruben Romero about Prey for Angels, a Think Alike Production comic you just might see in a theater near you sometime soon! We discuss the miniseries and its creators as well as how you can access this terrific comic miniseries! To download your copy, go to comixology at this link! To find out more about Think Alike Productions, check

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murder, mystery, Jack the Ripper, Think Alike Productions, The Agency, Max Hunter, blood, prey for angels, Kris Fraga, Ruben Romero, Sajad Shaw
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I do love a great mystery! And one that involves one of the most reviled killers in history is sure to get my attention. Prey for Angels seems to move the story from the murderer’s familiar surroundings while mixing in some possible supernatural elements as well. I loved it!

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BatmanDCEditorialFeaturedOpinion

Last week, Batman Eternal finally revealed who the mastermind of the whole series truly was. This revelation massively changed the series, and begs the question. Why did these Batman writers wait so long to reveal it?

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Wayne Hall, Red City, crime noir, mystery, murder, Mars, Daniel Corey, Moriarty, Mark Dos Santos, Image Comics, detectives, science fiction
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I’ve long been a fan of crime stories as well as science fiction. So I was very happy to find out that this comic actually brings both genres together. What’s also very cool is Daniel Corey, who brought the excellent Moriarty comic series to life not very long ago, is scripting this fascinating book as well! I’m sold!

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Preview

We have a huge number of fans that like reading more than titles from the big two.  Some actually dive deep into the indie publishers like Blacklist Studios and their Robot 13 series.  Major Spoilers fan, Michele slipped us word that the cover to Robot 13 #2 has appeared, even though the issue isn’t scheduled for a few more weeks.

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Radical Publishing

With a Hercules movie in the works, now might be a good time to check out what Radical Publishing is doing with the property in next week’s Hercules: The Knives of Kush #1.

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Jeff SmithraslReview

So wonderful, and yet so frustrating.  That pretty much sums up my thoughts on Jeff Smith’s RASL #5, as I read the final page of the fifth issue.

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Boom StudiosMark WaidReprintVariant

Boom! Studios announced that Mark Waid’s The Unknown #1 sold out in the first week of release, prompting the company to send the issue back to press to meet demand. In THE UNKNOWN Waid brings us the smartest person alive, Catherine Allingham, the world’s most famous private investigator. Follow her adventures as she sets out to solve the one mystery she’s never been able to crack!  THE UNKNOWN is a new original mini-series in the vein of RUSE, with international superstar Minck Oosterveer. THE UNKNOWN issue #1 sports covers by Paul Pope and Erik Jones. “The reaction to THE UNKNOWN

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BatmanCatwomanDCReviewRiddler

For most of Battle for the Cowl, readers haven’t been privy to the actual gang warfare between Two-Face, the Penguin, and Black Mask.  In The Underground, The Riddler and Catwoman get a first hand look at what is going on, and for Gotham it isn’t pretty.  It may not even be pretty for those who pick up the issue.

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Brad MeltzerDCFrom the EditorMajor Spoilers

Listeners play a huge role in the Major Spoilers Podcast. Whether it is clarifying points, providing content for the show, or just making a suggestion for a topic discussion, we love each and everyone of you.  This week on the show, the Major Spoilers Crew is taking a suggestion from one of the Major Spoilers Legion and reviewing Brad Meltzer’s Identity Crisis from DC Comics. When the spouse of a JLA member is brutally murdered, the entire super-hero community searches for the killer, fearing their own loved ones may be the next targets! But before the mystery is fully solved,

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