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Next Level

Boom Studios

Those guys and gals over at Boom! Studios are a pretty smart bunch. If you follow all the news they put out (nearly all of it here on the Major Spoilers site), you’ll notice an interesting trend, and can connect the dots to what is happening next in the company and the industry as a whole. The Disney/Boom! Kids deal didn’t come as a shock, and with the latest news that Boom! has signed an agreement with Harper Collins Canada, shifting trends with the distribution market could be hidden in the company press release. We are extremely excited about this

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Radical Publishing

Press Release In a bold new shift in direction, Radical Comics has brought on former Top Cow President and Editor-In-Chief David Wohl as their new Editor-In-Chief. Wohl replaces former Radical Editor-In-Chief Dave Elliott, who will continue at Radical in the new position of Special Projects Editor.

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art

OMAC taken to the next level by Thomas Perkins. via Deviant Art

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Humor

And here I thought “Podcast Boy” was a lame super power until I stumbled across the Superuseless Superpowers website. Ultra Short-Range Teleportation. This unamazing power lets you teleport up to one inch away. When done in rapid succession, it gives that old-timey stop action feel. It can also really push your “popping & locking” routine to the next level. Some good stuff there, and will definitely bring a smile to your face. via Superuseless Superpowers

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From the EditorMajor Spoilers

As the new year begins, it’s always a good idea to take a moment and look back at 2008 and examine my favorite Major Spoilers moments for the year that make running Major Spoilers one of my most favorite jobs in the world.

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Major SpoilersPoll

This week, a little something different.  I had originally planned this poll to be between Shaggy and Alexander Cabot III, following last week’s Josie and the Pussycats poll, but decided to take it to the next level with THE BATTLE OF THE CASEY KASEM VOICE OVER ROLES! Who is your favorite character Kasem voiced in animated television history?

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DCPreview

It appears that the Tiny Titans series is a success (10,636 for July), so why not take it to the next level and bring the big guns into the game too?  Enter DCU: Elementary.  The good guys and the bad guys hanging out in the hallways of elementary school.  No release date announced yet, but the pictures sure look purdy.

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FreshmenSeth GreenTop CowVideo

Forget a new series of Seth Green’s The Freshman, the creator wants to take the concept to the next level – movies.

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