When it comes to classic heroes like The Lone Ranger, do readers really need to read the first seventeen issue in order to understand what is going on?Â The Lone Ranger has a sidekick named Tonto, rides a horse named Silver, rights wrongs and fights evil doers, and hangs out with a woman and her boy.Â Wait, what?
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, the crew will be reviewing the Hybrid trade paperback from Studio 407: When four friends decide to rent a schooner for the day, everything is smooth sailing until they encounter a derelict ship adrift in the ocean – a massive trawler that looks as if it had been dragged from the bottom of the sea.Â When they spot a frightened little girl waving at them from the bow, they have no choice but to investigate.Â As they get closer to the ship, they discover that the girl is not alone, and that a
Studio 407 will release its Hybrid series in trade paperback form on February 25, 2009.Â If you didn’t get a chance to read the individual issues, now might be a good time to read the collection before the movie adaptation hits theaters. “This was a real opportunity to take an old fashioned genre, the classic monster story, and bring it into the 21st century. says Hybrid writer Peter Kwong. “The ‘hybrid” is unlike any creature that you’ve ever seen; yet, like all classical monsters, it’s very much rooted in contemporary fears and anxieties. That always makes it more interesting as
Marvel has just announced the final issue of Secret Invasion will now arrive in stores on December 3, 2008.Â Seems the extra pages and the hectic schedule were just too much for Leinel Yu. â€œAnybody who pored over the artwork from #7 a week ago can easily see how he and Mark Morales have been putting their all (and then some) into every page and every panel, and that effort has finally caught up with us. Hopefully, retailers and fans will forgive us these extra two weeks as we make sure that everything is in the shape it should be