Sometimes you just want a break from the usual Marvel or DC superhero fare, and when those times come one looks toward the smaller publishers. This time I set my gazes on Dark Horse Comics and in its dark eyes I saw Dream Thief. With mysterious dead bodies, stolen Australian artifacts, and an Alex Ross cover, this looks like a recipe for success. Find out how it fares in this Major Spoilers review!
Or – “Every Life Makes Ripples…”
Wolverine must have never seen an episode of Doctor Who, because he’d know that you can’t mess with a fixed point in time. After his world turned to madness, the Canucklehead traveled back in time to murder Henry Pym before he created Ultron, but things are not as simple as all that. (They never are…) Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “I Find Your Lack Of Faith Disturbing…”
As the Empire dawns, the Dark Lord of the Sith and his nefarious master work to consolidate their absolute power. We know from Star Wars that it worked, but it’s the journey, not the destination, that matters… Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “Get Ready For The Nightmares…”
There’s a new Ventriloquist in town, and she… she…
She scares me. Your Major Spoilers review (from behind the sofa) awaits!
We all know the story of “The Wizard of Oz” but what if the story took place in the Wild West? Legends of Oz: The Wicked West gave us that story. Now, Big Dog Ink is releasing a mini-series starring the Scarecrow. Major Spoilers looks at the second issue to see what it’s all about.
With the Godbomb nearing completion, Thor struggles to not only find a way to stop the bomb but stop Gorr the God-Butcher as well. Of course, this is sort of difficult when one is enslaved by said God-Butcher and escape is looking more and more impossible. How does one stop a Godbomb anyway? More after the jump!
Major Spoilerite James Smith had a chance to see an early screening of Now You See Me, starring Isla Fisher, Morgan Freeman, Mark Ruffalo, Woody Harrelson, Michael Caine and more.
Deadpool, the merc with a mouth and a sizable fan base, has been given the Marvel NOW treatment of having a completely new creative team; a team which has kept the book going for nine issues now, with no end currently in sight. As we all know, something does not have to be good for it to sell well, so does Deadpool have the quality to match the quantity? Find out, after the jump.
Or – “Fantomex Has Always Been A Bit Creepy, But…”
As the last volume of Uncanny X-Force ended, the three brains agglomerated into the body of the mutant known as Fantomex were cloned into individual bodies, leaving him with not only an evil counterpart but a female version of himself…
…and now they’re dating. Raise your hand if “Eww?” Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “It Doesn’t Help That I Just Can’t Stand Negan…”
I have been taken to task recently on the social media sites in my assessment that both the Walking Dead TV series and this book have jumped different sharks in recent months, leaving me unhappy with the storytelling (which is different from being unhappy with what’s happening in the story, something this book has always excelled at.) Will this be the issue that changes my mind? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “It IS A Little Weird That Teenagers Killing Each Other Is A Genre Now…”
There has been quite a bit of fury aimed at this book, seeing as how we’ve taken a large number of Marvel characters, some with full-fledged back-stories and fans, and pitted them against one another in a head-to-head deathmatch, all orchestrated by a version of Arcade fully unlike any we’ve seen before… Will this issue finally pull back the shroud of what’s REALLY going on, or just more bodies added to the count? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Suicide Squad #20 debuts a new creative team, with Ales Kot and Patrick Zircher taking over as writer and artist respectively. Does this herald a new direction for DC’s most devious super team? This Major Spoilers review will point you the right way.