This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast, we take a look at the new and improved Blue Beetle, celebrate Pokemon champs, and new visual effects union appears! We also review The Enfield Gang Massecre from Image Comics and Robotech: Rick Hunter #1 from Titan Comics.
Browsing: Blue Beetle
Jamie Reyes, Ted Kord and Booster Gold are some of the coolest Justice League members in the entire DC Universe. This week, Geek History Lesson is going to give you the complete history on Blue Beetle (both of them) and their best friend, Booster Gold! Enjoy this Blue Beetle MEGA EPISODE!
DC Comics announced the creative team of Blue Beetle: Graduation Day is returning for a new ongoing Blue Beetle series.
BLUE BEETLE: GRADUATION DAY #6 Written by JOSH TRUJILLO Art and cover by ADRIAN GUTIERREZ…
The best comic you aren’t reading is in stores today, and we have a sneak peek at Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #5 from DC Comics.
Comics have a terrible time actually ending a story!
Fadeaway comes seeking the Blue Beetle’s help in today’s Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #4 from DC Comics.
Did You Hear? is a weekly examination of headlines in the entertainment industry and a take on what they could mean for the future of the industry and (often), the little geeky bubble that we occupy!
Blue Beetle and Booster Gold have a plan that will make them rich as long as nothing goes wrong. Wanna guess what happens next? Your Major Spoilers Retro Review of Justice League America #34 awaits!
Jamie has a lot to juggle during his high school graduation, and we have a sneak peek at Blue Beetle: Graduation Day #1 from DC Comics.
Jamie Reyes (a.k.a. Blue Beetle) is getting a new solo mini-series at DC Comics from writer Josh Trujillo and artist Adrián Gutiérrez.
Booster and Beetle finally hit the big time, but… can it last? Your Major Spoilers review of Blue and Gold #8 from DC Comics awaits!
There’s a new/old Blue Beetle in town! What will that mean for our old/new Blue Beetle? Your Major Spoilers review of Blue and Gold #7 from DC Comics awaits!
We all know the Blue Beetle, with his goggled, scarab-derived powers and/or flying bug… but eighty years ago, things were a little bit different for our favorite cerulean insect hero. Your Major Spoilers (Retro) Review of Mystery Men Comics #1 awaits!