In this issue: The Fastest Man Alive gets a producer! The Martians are due on Maple Street, and theyâ€™ve brought your daddyâ€™s ass-watch! The future is upon us, but for some reason everybody sounds different! Plus: Creatures what are beautiful! Powers which are super! Heroes what are knocking boots! Sure and Iâ€™ve come to drain your wee blood, then! And finally, an internet troll whoâ€™s not a racist assclown. All this and more, as we say goodbye to 2009 and say hello toâ€¦ the rest of 2009! The Major Spoilers podcast is on the air! [podcast]http://media.libsyn.com/media/majorspoilers/majorspoilers119.mp3[/podcast] Direct Download Subscribe via
As the followers of Nyarlathotep continue to gain strength, the king begins to have problems with wars abroad.Â And this is a concern to his brother and high priest of the continent.Â This issue moves away from the mystical and into the political as Fall of Cthulhu: Nemesis continues to reveal the final days of Atlantis.
Vertigo, an imprint of DC Comics, has announced Alan Moore’s Saga of the Swamp Thing will be collected for the first time in hardcover form, and will arrive in stores on February 11, 2009.Â This 208 page edition collects issues 20-27 where Alan Moore began as the series writer. Book 1 begins with the story â€œThe Anatomy Lesson,â€ where Moore and his collaborators Stephen Bissette and John Totleben, whose imaginative, genre-breaking artwork, set the gothic tone of the journey to come. By building on the characterâ€™s foundations in horror, this creative team delivers a haunting origin story that reshapes his
If you missed out on the very cool battle between Invincible and Cecil, you missed out on a great landmark, oversized issue.Â Image has announced the issue sold out at the distributor level and will be going back to print with a variant black and white cover. “Fans sure do love it when the book hits the fan,” said Kirkman. “Issue fifty altered the series in a way we haven’t seen since Omni-Man’s true nature was revealed and people have really taken notice. I think a lot of people will be even more surprised by what’s next.”