Since her debut in September, Marvel has been making a lot of hay out of the new Thor being somebody readers will recognize, and playing up her secret identity as a big reveal.
As often happens, that big reveal was leaked online before the release of Wednesday's Thor #8. In response, Marvel confirmed the news to The New York Times, and the holder of the hammer is definitely someone longtime fans will be familiar with. Spoilers ahead.
Over a lifetime of reading comics, Senior Writer Chris Sims has developed an inexhaustible arsenal of facts and opinions. That's why, each and every week, we turn to you to put his comics culture knowledge to the test as he responds to your reader questions!
Q: With regards to recent spoilers, from Marvel and DC, when was the first time you were spoiled on something major? How did being spoiled affect your enjoyment of the story? -- @fixbane
A: There's nothing that gets comics readers riled up q
If you thought that the debut of the Phoenix Five was shocking, Marvel Comics is teasing an even bigger reveal for the later issues of Avengers vs. X-Men - even if it's one that some people have been waiting for since the first announcement of the series. Potential spoilers ahead.A
After months of anticipation, the reboot is finally here with this week's release of Justice League #1, ushering in a new era for the DC Universe. It's an era of big changes, and if you want to experience them for yourself, it's obviously best to avoid the spoilers that are going to be cropping up on the Internet. If, however, you want to be thoroughly entertained, those spoilers are exactly what you should be looking for -- mostly because they're fake.
Last week, the ending of the Death of Spider-Man story was revealed at major media outlets like the Associated Press and USA Today the day before the book hit shelves in comic book stores, to the consternation of many devoted readers (including our own David Uzumeri) who would have preferred to learn
Echoing the media full-court press that Marvel employed with the death of Johnny Storm in Fantastic Four #587, Marvel has released big news about the conclusion of the "Death of Spider-Man" storyline in USA Today, the New York Post and the Associated Press. Br
Last night before signing off from the blogosphere I promised myself I wouldn't get on Twitter for fear of spoiling "Lost's" Season Six premiere. Long story short, it didn't work out that way. Fortunately, instead of running into any actual spoilers, I ran into "Nedroid Picture Diary" creator Anthony
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