Tommy Lee Edwards
DC Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the upcoming Max Landis series, Superman: American Alien.
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Vandroid #5, Rosario Dawson on Daredevil, and Legend of Korra. Star Wars delayed? Plus, Batman ’89 is 25, Dream Thief: Escape, and Eye of Newt #1. This episode of The Major Spoilers Podcast is sponsored by HelloFresh.com. Use the checkout code Major50 to save 50% off your first week’s order.
Marvel has announced Wolverine #73 has done so well at the distributor level, that the issue is completely sold out, and will be heading back to press. In the second story, the fan favorite creative team of Daniel Way and Tommy Lee Edwards prepare for a shocking change by presenting the prelude to the all new ongoing Dark Wolverine!Â Logan makes his way back to San Francisco, but it isnâ€™t his style to quietly sit around!Â Donâ€™t miss the powerful interior art of Adam Kubert on the cover of this second printing variant! The second printing with the variant cover,
The Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC) is quickly approaching (April 4th and 5th), and convention organizers have announced Frank Cho will providing the artwork for the con’s Monsters & Dames artbook. “With a penchant and reputation as one of the best artists for drawing beautiful women and crazy monsters, Frank was a natural choice to provide the cover for MONSTERS & DAMES,” said ECCC Organizer Jim Demonakos. “Luckily, he was able to fit it in to his schedule and created this stunning piece, which was colored by the talented Nathan Fairbairn.” Portions of the proceeds from the 850 issues will
In this outing, Image founders head for home, wall-crawlers head back to the big screen, X-Men head back to Earth, DCâ€™s Big Three head for trouble, the next big thing is twenty years ago, and we tackle head on one of the worldâ€™s great conundrums: Can Loganâ€™s claws pierce Steve Rogers’ shield? Plus, a look back at Frank Millerâ€™s opus. All this and much much more on this, as the podcast reaches the age of majority.
Marvel Comics has announced the first issue of 1985 has sold out at the distributor level prompting the company to go back to press featuring interior art on the cover. Anyone like this idea? I would much rather have original art on the cover (such as the art for the cover of 1985 #2 – after the jump, take it won’t you?) than something I’m going to see on the inside of the issue. Also, it seems the art being used on the cover seems to give away some of the joy found on the inside. Take for example the