In 2010, I was at San Diego Comic Con, writing for Bleeding Cool. It was just me and Brendon back then, reporting the entire show single handedly. A different time. So around 7pm, I was upstairs in the conference centre outside the panel rooms crouched down against the wall using a power socket for my laptop, writing up… Read more »
Here’s your first look at Spider-Women #1, teaming Silk, Spider-Woman, and Spider-Gwen in one book! SPIDER-WOMEN #1 (FEB160774) Story by JASON LATOUR, DENNIS HOPELESS & ROBBIE THOMPSON Written by ROBBIE THOMPSON Art by VANESA DEL REY Cover by YASMINE PUTRI Connecting Variant A by J. SCOTT CAMPBELL (FEB160775) Variant Cover by STACEY LEE (FEB160776) Action Figure Variant by JOHN TYLER CHRISTOPHER (FEB160777) A routine trip to Earth-65 to visit Spider-Gwen turns into a nightmare as Silk and Spider-Woman find themselves trapped on Gwen’s alternate Earth! And they’re not alone! The villainous organization S.I.L.K. is on their tails, and they’re dead
Witchcraft is broken, and only one Avenger has the skill to find out why… Your Major Spoilers review of Scarlet Witch #1 awaits! SCARLET WITCH #1 Writer: James Robinson Artist: Vanesa Del Rey Colorist: Jordie Bellaire Letterer: VC’s Cory Petit Editor: Emily Shaw Publisher: Marvel Comics Cover Price: $3.99 Previously in Scarlet Witch: First appearing […]
IT’S NEW COMIC BOOK DAY! #NCBD The best day of the week just got a lot better with a new round of awesome comics arriving in stores this week. Staff members at Major Spoilers are here to help you with your comic book selection this week, with their roundup of comics they recommend. ALL NEW […]
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This week brings the release, on April 29th of the second issue of the new series Hit 1957 from Bryce Carlson and Vanesa Del Rey at Boom! Studios. Readers have had ample opportunity to feast their eyes on the dark crime drama’s previous arc, Hit 1955, and even on the special “Pen & Ink” black… Read more »
I haven’t seen very many panels hosted recently at cons where a younger group of creators who are known for their work in horror are asked to express their feelings about the genre as a group, and articulate just what …