This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast: The Doctor is in the house, we take a six week look at DC’s 52, Xbox games are played, and comics are reviewed.
Image Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of A Voice in the Dark #1, Artifacts #32, Clone #12, Savage Dragon #192, Sex Criminals #3, Sheltered #5, Todd, the Ugliest Kid on Earth #7, and Zero #3 – titles arriving in stores this week.
Last time around, we were introduced to Suzie, a young girl who discovers that her sexuality brings with it the ability to bend reality (or at least the passing of time.) Years later, she met Jon, who had the same strange ability, and things ended with what seemed to be a robbery… What’s going on here? Your Major Spoilers review awaits!
Image Comics released a giant sneak peek of the titles that are scheduled to land at your local comic shop this week. Take the jump for an early look at The Bounce #6, Bushido #4, Clone #11, Great Pacific #11, Pretty Deadly #1, Rat Queens #2, Satellite Sam #4, Sex Criminals #2, and Velvet #1.
Sexy-time fun takes center stage as Suzanne discovers the joys of sex and how to stop time in Sex Criminals #1.
Suzie has a secret. When she has sex, she stops time. She’s alone with this secret until she meets John, a young man with the same “gift.” In the new Image Comics series SEX CRIMINALS by Matt Fraction (SATELLITE SAM) and Chip Zdarsky, Suzie and John embark on a journey of self-discovery, intimacy, and… well, actually, they do what every time-stops-when-you-have-sex couple would do: They rob banks.
Comic book creators Matt Fraction (CASANOVA, Avengers vs. X-Men, The Invincible Iron Man) and Chip Zdarsky (Prison Funnies, Monster Cops) invite you to come with them as they release SEX CRIMINALS through Image Comics in 2013. This brand-spanking new sex comedy follows two young lovers as they go on a lust-fueled crime spree with a twist — when they have sex, time itself seems to stop. Set in a world where the laws of time and space are as dubious and mutable as the laws of man and society, SEX CRIMINALS promises to scandalize, titillate, and provoke when it bursts onto the comics scene next year.