Seeking to escape from the pursuing Union soldiers, Turok and his young brother, Andar, find themselves in a land where the dinosaur still roam. Will they find a new way of life or will they find only death? From Dynamite Entertainment, TUROK #1 is on shelves now!
Browsing: Ron Marz
A new hero rises! Turok pursues his kidnapped brother… in the Badlands of the Old West! I don’t think we are going to see any dinosaurs in this week’s Turok #1 from Dynamite Entertainment.
After the battle in Muria, Aspen and Chance finally reach the Russian base where Aspen’s brother Finn is being held. But what has happened to him?
Aspen learns that her battle with Killian has far-reaching consequences both below—and above—the surface, in this week’s Fathom #5 from Aspen Comics.
Dynamite Entertainment has announced the return of Turok, in an all-new series from writer Ron Marz, and artist Roberto Castro.
This week, the long-awaited, much anticipated Fathom Vol. 7 #3 arrives from Aspen Comics and we have an early look, just for you.
Aspen Comics releases Fathom #2 this week, the second issue in the seventh volume of the series.
Welcome to the weekly rundown of comic book review from Major Spoilers. There is a lot of stuff on the site, but this is certainly the place to find all of the reviews we’ve written this week (and a bit more).
This week, on the Major Spoilers Podcast: Geoff Johns takes on the Teen Titans, Invincible gets and animated series, and is Incredibles 2 worth the wait? Also we review, Black Hammer Age of Doom #3, Fathom #1, and Shanghai Red #1.
IDW Publishing released the first look at Demi-God #1 by Ron Marz and Andy Smith. The issue arrives in stores on April 4th.
Fan-favorites, Ron Marz and Tom Raney, are at the top of their game in this week’s Dread Gods #3 from IDW Publishing.
I’m always intrigued by just what niche each comics publisher works to carve out for…
Wayne Hall attended the Baltimore Comic Con this past weekend, and shares his experiences at the convention.