Browsing: Pat Brosseau

Review Skybound X #2 Review 8.3
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Skybound X #2 Review

The Tenth Anniversary anthology from Robert Kirkman’s Skybound Entertainment chugs on, and Rick Grimes in a mask is maybe the LEAST weird thing in store! Your Major Spoilers review of Skybound X #2 from Image Comics awaits!

Review Future State Immortal Wonder Woman #1 Review 9.0
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Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #1 Review

In the far flung future,  Diana and the remaining Amazons stand alone on Earth.  But for how long as an existential threat approaches?  Your Major Spoilers review of Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #1, awaits!

Review Wonder Woman #768 Review 7.0
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Wonder Woman #768 Review

The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree as Liar Liar begins her crusade to bring down the evil Wonder Woman.  Your review of Wonder Woman #768 from DC Comics, awaits!

Review Dead Body Road #6 Review 7.7
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Dead Body Road: Bad Blood #6 Review

In Dead Body Road #6, Bree Hale’s day goes from bad to worse as the final confrontation with local crime boss Monk Sinclair threatens to destroy her life.  Can she save her brother’s life?  Find out in your next mighty Major Spoilers review!

Review Wonder Woman #764 Review 5.3
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Wonder Woman #764 Review

Wonder Woman and Maxwell Lord are in Miami.  Who wants to see Crockett and Tubbs?  Your Major Spoilers review of Wonder Woman #764 from DC Comics awaits!

Review Manifest Destiny #42 Review 8.7
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Manifest Destiny #42 Review

In Manifest Destiny #42, from Image Comics, the journey ever westwards continues.  After the fallout from the previous issue, tensions are running high, and suspicions are felt by all.  With men being picked off one by one by the terrors of the American heartland, can Lewis and Clark safely navigate their way to safety?  Find out in your Major Spoilers review!

Sneak Peek Wonder Woman #752
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[Preview] Wonder Woman #752

Wonder Woman’s struggle against Valda heats up in Wonder Woman #752! Take the jump for a sneak peek of what is coming your way this Wednesday from DC Comics.

Review Crone #4 Review 8.0
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Crone #4 Review

In Crone #4, from Dark Horse Comics, all Bliss wants to do is return to her home and die in peace.  But the return of Vor the Lion unveils a hideous secret, one that will ravage Gaspar the Rogue’s family, and call into question everything Bliss ever thought about her past.  Will Vor convince Bliss to be his queen, or has Bliss one more ace up her sleeve?  Find out in your Major Spoilers review!

Review Crone #2 5.0
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Crone #2 Review

With an old enemy returned, an aged hero must decide whether to take up the sword again or welcome the embrace of retirement. Your Major Spoilers review of Crone #2 from Dark Horse Comics, awaits!

Review Crone #1 Review 8.0
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Crone #1 Advance Review

Bloody Bliss was a swordswoman beyond compare, a true legend of her time. However, what happens when time takes over? Find out in CRONE #1 from Dark Horse Comics, on store shelves November 6th.

Review 8.0
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Birthright #36

Mikey’s back home after years being lost, and chained up for his troubles.  While’s he’s being interrogated, several truths about the toxic nature of magic and the end of the world are uncovered.  What are they?  Find out in our Major Spoilers review of Birthright #36!

Review American Carnage #5 Review 8.0
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American Carnage #5 Review

Former FBI Agent Richard Wright is getting closer to finding the murderers of Agent Watson.  But the closer he gets, the further trapped he becomes.  Caught between his growing attachment to Jennifer Morgan, and loathing for her racist father, can Richard solve the crime and escape with his life…find out in our Major Spoilers review of American Carnage #5!

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American Carnage #3 Review

Former FBI Agent Richard Wright, wracked by guilt and adrift in the world, finds himself agreeing to infiltrate a white supremacist organization.  Very quickly, he finds himself faced with impossible decisions; but if he is to live and redeem himself, he will need to do whatever it takes to bring down the men and women who see him less than human.