Long ago, Tower Comics beloved super-spies, The T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents came and went, leaving behind only a legacy of great art and lost potential. Enter: Solson Publications! Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Thunder #1 awaits!
T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents, the landmark comic featuring the first truly international super hero group, celebrates its 50th Anniversary with a series of special announcements and groundbreaking news from respected Batman franchise Executive Producer Michael Uslan, Huayi Brothers Media Corporation, CEA Group, IDW, UNICEF and the United Nations during a Saturday, October 10 panel at New York Comic Con.
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! But what to read? The staff at Major Spoilers offers up its list of books they are looking forward to, and recommend you do, too!
Press Release At WonderCon, IDW finally unveiled the creative team that will be re-launching the legendary THUNDER AGENTS this August. Phil Hester (Godzilla, Green Arrow) will be writing with Andrea Di Vito (Dungeons & Dragons) providing interiors as the dynamic THUNDER AGENTS go about putting an end to global evil before punching out for the day.
Press Release IDW Publishing announced to a full house at this year’s New York Comic Con that they’ve acquired the rights to publish the exploits of the legendary band of super-powered heroes, the T.H.U.N.D.E.R. AGENTS!
Or – “Man, I Don’t Have ROOM For All These Last Issues Of T.H.U.N.D.E.R. Agents!” Occasionally, I get all maudlin and pouty about the fact that some of my favorite comic series can’t keep a regular monthly title. I know that it’s a combination of factors, but I still want a monthly Agents of Atlas series, a monthly Secret Six, even a successful revamp of Archie’s Crusaders. (Fingers are still crossed on that one.) Still, even the succes of The Defenders doesn’t entire make up for having to once again bid farewell to the agents of The Higher United Nations
The international UN hero team will arrive in November, according to DC Comics. The new series will be written by Nick Spencer and CAFU, and will feature a 20-page main story, and a 10-page backup co-feature. “The new series casts the team as a covert special ops force dealing with global threats the rest of the DCU don’t even know exist — all the while struggling with their own choices to become agents and the tortured pasts they’re running from,” said Wil Moss, editor for the series. “With character-first storytelling and threats exploding from real-world headlines, this relaunch of T.H.U.N.D.E.R.
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