This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: We look back at 12 years, and how we got here, plus the controversy around that Batman #50 spoiler. Plus we review Batman #50, Sentry #1, Resident Alien: An Alien in New York #4, and Ultron Unlimited from 1999!
It’s a double-header episode again this week, as #256 features my latest interview with Braiden Cox, who has a Kickstarter project going on right now for Pet Squadron: Defenders of Humanity at this link! I highly recommend this creative Indie comic, and it truly deserves your support before it concludes on Thursday, December 1, at 9:02 p.m. ET. It’s a great title that combines our love for our pets with action and adventure, so be sure to listen to what Braiden has to say! Then everything concludes with a classic interview I conducted a few years back with Peter Hogan,
The Resident Alien series tends to be a favorite of Major Spoilers’ own Rodrigo Lopez, so I’m sure he’ll be extremely happy to hear that a near Resident Alien series kicks off in September from Dark Horse Comics.
Moving from the pages of comics’ greatest anthology, Dark Horse Presents, Peter Hogan (Resident Alien, Sandman Presents, The Dreaming) returns to fantasy to deliver a three-issue miniseries of King’s Road.
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! But what to read? The staff at Major Spoilers offers up its list of books they are looking forward to, and recommend you do, too!
Want to meet the one of the cutest superheroes of all time? How about TWELVE of her? Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of The Many Worlds Of Tesla Strong #1 awaits!
Kabuki! Resident Alien! The Big Guy and Rusty The Boy Robot! It’s the return of Dark Horse Comics’ most beloved anthology series, with a whole new volume of stories featuring favorites new and old… Your Major Spoilers review of Dark Horse Presents #1 awaits!
You’ll find two more terrific interviews in this special episode of the Wayne’s Comics podcast! First up is David Schulner from Image Comics’ Clone. He discusses how the series came to be and that we just might see this book be translated to television in the near future! He also talks about BBC America’s Orphan Black and updates us on other projects he’s working on. I interview Peter Hogan next, and we chat about Resident Alien, a successful book available from Dark Horse! Hogan talks about this Concrete-like series and gives us some ideas about what is coming for Dr. Harry