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Wayne Hall, Wayne’s Comics, Renegade Arts Entertainment, Alexander Finbow, GMB Chomichuk, Ed Brisson, Underworld, Lovern, Kindzierski, Shame, Hector Ashton, Winnipeg, Canada
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I have a great suggestion for a wonderful holiday gift – Underworld from Lovern Kindzierski and Renegade Arts Entertainment!  It’s a fascinating tale of a man who thinks he’s part of the classic Odyssey tale, but is living in modern-day Winnipeg, Canada. He’s on a mission to accomplish several important things, including returning to his family. The writer of the terrific Shame series of books, Mr. Kindzierski discusses his own journey in bringing Underworld to us readers, so you’ll want to hear what he has to say! In order to get your copy of Underworld, you can ask your local

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MoviesTrailer

Yes, there is a new Underworld movie coming our way in January, and yes, it does star Kate Beckinsale.  And yes, we do have a trailer for you to check out.

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Image ComicsSneak Peek

Natham Edmondson’s final issue of his Olympus min-series is arriving soon.  He sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the issue, that you can see after the jump.

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Boom StudiosReview

When you’ve only got four issues to tell a complete story, some things are going to be left out or cut short due to space restrictions.  In Hexed #4, just enough information gets through to make this concluding chapter just rewarding enough.

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MarvelSecret InvasionSneak Peek

With Dark Reign’s effects being felt throughout Marvel’s 616, who will be willing to fight back?  Nick Fury may have the solution as he has assembled an all new crew of Secret Warriors in the form of the sons and daughters of super villains.  Marvel has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Secret Warriors #1 that arrives in February, but if you want even more information on the series, and what else is going on in the Marvel Universe, check out the Agent of Nothing website (www.agentofnothing.com). Nick Fury has been leaking some information all throughout the Marvel Universe

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Boom StudiosSneak PeekZombies

While Boom! Studios may have had a plethora of titles arriving this past week, next week is just as interesting with the release of Zombie Tales #9, and the Warhammer 40,000: Fire and Honour hardcover.  Take the jump for a sneak peek, provided by our friends at Boom!

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BatmanDCDetective ComicsSneak Peek

As odd as the ending was to the last Detective Comics, things get more intense in issue #849, arriving in stores next week.  Once again the brilliant art by Dustin Nguyen brings the story to life, and really, who doesn’t like to see Batman breaking in to Arkham and getting medieval on the inmates.  Oh, did I say too much?  Check out the sneak peek, after the jump.

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GamingTomb Raider

Every couple of years, EIDOS rolls out a new model to play the role of Lara Croft at trade shows and promotional events that may or may not feature the Tomb Raider.  This time around, it’s up to gymnast Alison Carroll to wield the guns of Croft and to promote the upcoming Tomb Raider: Underworld that arrives in November 2008. Yes, fanboys, there are more pics of Ms. Carroll after the jump.

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Boom StudiosSneak Peek

Boom! Studios has sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of its new series High Rollers written by Gary Phillips. A tale of crime and destiny, HIGH ROLLERS spotlights Cameron Quinn, a ruthless upstart out to make a name for himself. Phillips shines a harsh light on the action and drama of the L.A. underworld. HIGH ROLLERS is a four-issue mini-series, coming out monthly, for fans of violent crime stories like THE SOPRANOS and THE WIRE. Phillips has also written Angeltown for DC’s Vertigo and Shot Callerz and Midnight Mover for Oni Press.

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Boom StudiosSneak Peek

This June, Boom! Studios will debut it’s new series from Gary Phillips called High Rollers. Artwork will be by Sergio Carrera, with covers by Brett Weidele. “We’re happy to have such a talented crime writer of Gary Phillips’ caliber (pun intended) working with us,” said BOOM! Studios editor-in-chief Mark Waid. “Gangsters and the Mafia are America’s new vampires – the dark creatures of the underground that fascinate and appall us – and there is no one better to explore this territory than Gary Phillips.”

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