Even though Marvel changed it’s Ultimate line to Ultimate Comics, and still printed the title banner to read Ultimate Spider-Man, both Ultimate (Comics) Spider-Man #1 and Ultimate (Comics) Avengers #1 have sold out at the distributor level, and are headed back to press.
Return with us now to those thrilling days of yesteryear, when California hadnâ€™t become a state, and Spain ruled via governors and magistrates.Â Gold is about to make land owners very rich, and corruption runs rampant.Â Who will protect the innocents of the land? Zorro, Zorro, the fox so cunning and free, Zorro, Zorro, who makes the sign of the Z!
In this day and age of low press runs and mega-comic-corps blasting out tons of issues, it’s good to see the little guy get their moment in the sun.Â Hays Entertainment has announced Leviticus Cross #1 sold out at the distributor level, and went so far as to claim the second issue is outselling the first. Rodrigo reviewed the first issue on the Major Spoilers Podcast, and it appears it is the word of mouth and marketing campaign set up by Hays Entertainment is working out for the company. “Every retailer received a preview of all five issues,” explains Leviticus
There’s an all new episode of The Spectacular Spider-Man hitting the airwaves this weekend on the Kids’ WB! on the CW, and it’s Halloween time for the kids of NYC. You better bet Peter Parker is going as his alter ego and fooling everybody. Major Spoilers has a sneak peek of this weekend’s episode called The Uncertainty Principle, after the jump.