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DCDoctor WhoFeaturedImage ComicsMajor SpoilersMajor Spoilers Podcastpilot seasonPodcastTop Cow

This week on the show: New lost episodes of Doctor Who discovered, the complete Top Cow Pilot Season 2011 gets reviewed, and what comics should a conservative community stock in their library? [podcast]http://traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/msp366.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes RSS Feed Show Notes after the Jump!

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Dark Horse ComicsHeroesNBCVideo

Milo Ventimiglia, from NBC’s Heroes, was on the Today Show this week pimping the return of the television show, and in the process talking about his interest in comic books, and more specifically, his own Berserker series from Top Cow. Visit msnbc.com for Breaking News, World News, and News about the Economy

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Boom StudioseurekaReview

Since its debut on the Sci-Fi Channel, my wife and I have been fans of Eureka.  When Boom! Studios announced it was bringing one of the highest rated cable series to comic form, I knew it was something  worth checking out.  The first issue doesn’t arrive until February 4, 2009, but Major Spoilers is able to bring you an early review of the series that fills the space between seasons.

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20th Century FoxMoviesTelevision

H’wood is once again throwing originality out the window and diving into your childhood to bring the A-Team television show to the big screen.  Ridley Scott, Jules Daly, and Stephen J. Cannell are all on board to produce the film with Joe Carnahan set to direct. Carnahan and the Scott brothers say they will use the original premise of the series as the template for an action film. In the original, four Vietnam vets convicted of armed robbery escape from military prison and became do-gooder mercenaries. The Middle East will replace Vietnam as the place the four did their tour

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CatwomanObituary

Sad news today, as a friend of the Eartha Kitt family reports that the singer and actress has passed at 81 years of age.  Most readers of Major Spoilers will remember Kitt as the second Catwoman from the 1967-1968 Batman television show. Kitt, a self-proclaimed “sex kitten” famous for her catlike purr, was one of America’s most versatile performers, winning two Emmys and getting a third nomination. She also was nominated for two Tony Awards and a Grammy. She will be missed. via Variety

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IDW PublishingTransformers

IDW is releasing a new five-issue series based on the continuity of Cartoon Network’s Transformers animated television show. In “Dispatches,” Animated series head writer Marty Isenberg, along with artist Dario Brizuela take a brand-new look at the story behind the AUTOBOTS’ arrival on Earth. You’ve seen the Animated movie, but do you know the whole story? You will as ULTRA MAGNUS, SENTINEL PRIME, STARSCREAM, BLACKARACHNIA, and many more tell their sides of the story that started it all! The TRANSFORMERS Animated series will also feature OILSLICK, who was originally intended to be a toy-only character, but the creators found a

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IDW Publishing

Spinning out of the CBS television show Ghost Whisperer, IDW Publishing has a five issue mini-series featuring Melinda Gordon, the medium who helps ghosts cross over. The mini-series is written by Carrie Smith and Becca Smith – writers for the television show.

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