This is the ultimate team-up comic. Five years ago, Superman, Wonder Woman, Batman, Green Lantern, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman formed the Justice League to stop Apokolips’s forces from invading Earth. Now, they are the premiere team against any threat too great for one hero to handle. However, with Green Lantern quiting the team and the other members in turmoil, can the Justice League stand together?
Belit is still a little numb after her experience in Cimmeria, but Conan continues to enjoy the trappings of a pirate’s life. As they settle back into their lives aboard ship a vessel creeps in from the horizon and threatens to destroy everything. Read on in the Major Spoilers review.
Or – “Awww, YOOOU GOT THE TOUCH! YOU GOT THE POWAAAAH! YEEEAAH!”
Things on Cybertron haven’t gotten any simpler since the end of the Autobot/Decepticon war, and the former Autobots’ lives are still difficult ones. Can the Autobot once known as Orion Pax keep his people from becoming worse than the Decepticons ever were? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Last month’s Batgirl heavily promoted the Death of the Family Bat-crossover, but had precious little to do with the return of the Joker. Is Batgirl #14 an essential piece of the Joker puzzle? Read this Major Spoilers review to find out.
Thor: God of Thunder #1 is the latest offering out of the Marvel NOW! stable. This Major Spoilers review answers whether this first issue is all thunder and no lightning.
While Amazing Spider-Man #700 is still a ways off, writer Dan Slott drops a major bomb in the latest issue that will have your head spinning. I’ve just finished the issue, and the only thing going through my mind right now is, “Dan Slott, what have you done?”
Minimum Carnage is coming to its conclusion soon as things escalate in the latest issue of Venom. What’s better than having Carnage in a book? Having a bunch of Carnage’s of course! Major Spoilers has your review.
The world of espionage has long been a staple in pop culture. A beloved genre with incarnations ranging from the campy, such as the Bond flick Thunderball, to the gritty, like The Bourne series. Image Comics makes a foray into the spy game with Where Is Jake Ellis? Starring ex-CIA agent Jon Moore as he tries to outrun the very people he used to work for. How does it hold up? Find out with your latest and greatest Major Spoilers review!
Or – “Will There Be A Season 10?”
When Dark Horse announced the debut of Buffy Season 9 a couple of years ago, I wasn’t entirely sure that I was interested. Season 8 had some serious narrative and editorial drift, and kind of fell apart 3/4 of the way through before managing to barely get itself together in the end, and the end of all magic left Season 9 in a weird position, given that most of the cast either used magic or came from magical origins in the first place. After a bit of controversy early on, Season 9 has settled into a weird groove and seems to be working towards something bigger. Is this the issue that turns the whole season into a crowning moment of awesome? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Or – “A Character Who Might Just Earn The Fans Respect Yet…”
Elizabeth “Betty” Ross dates back to the earliest days of the Marvel Universe, appearing in Incredible Hulk #1 back in ’62, but her latest transformation into ruby-hued superhero hasn’t pleased everyone. While I didn’t care for the stories that introduced her, Betty has had a couple of interesting moment as Red She-Hulk (which I will admit is still a ridiculous name.) The first issue of her solo run surprised the heck out of me with both it’s ferocity of storytelling and it’s quality, and earned itself a place in my hold list. Will number 2 (and/or 59) keep up the good work? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
To say that I’m a fan of the Borderlands video games would be a bit of an understatement. I have poured more time into Borderlands 2 in two months than I have in games I have consistently played for years. Now, to find out we were getting a comic series based on one of my favorite franchises, well, I was excited. So I dove right in this week when Borderlands Origins #1 came out and I’ve got a Major Spoilers review waiting for you after the jump.
In this issue: Skyfall, the latest James Bond movie, has been out in theaters for over a week now, so Stephen, Rob, and Young Zach think it’s time to do some spoiler filled talk about the movie.
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