‘Tis the season: Bleeding Cool has been warning you that something big was going to happen in the Ultimate universe. Something media friendly, something guaranteed to get column inches, to get people talking and popping into comic shops to see what all the fuss is about. And now it’s happened.
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Bleeding Cool has been warning you that something big was going to happen in the Ultimate universe. Something media friendly, something guaranteed to get column inches, to get people talking and popping into comic shops to see what all the fuss is about.
The A on his helmet really doesn’t stand for France anymore.
Gail Simone talks about working on the New 52. And why Birds Of Prey was taken away from her.
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This post will, by necessity, contain a very big Avengers movie spoiler indeed. Please do not read on if you have not already seen the film. Of course, statistics say that you have seen the film. So read on.
But it’s another Alan Moore comic being referenced here, one with a character designed by Alan Davis. What about The Gunslinger and… The Fury?
Max Landis, the prodigious, witty and almost ceaselessly energetic screenwriter of Chronicle has set up a new superhero show at Fox TV. Or maybe he hasn’t. Not quite.
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This is the first time there have been two ongoing X-Force comics at the same time.
There’s been a rumour going round the British comics industry circles of late that Paul Cornell is leaving Demon Knights and setting up new projects at Marvel to replace it. His Vertigo book, Saucer Country, would be unaffected.
DC Comics has cancelled the first of their Second Wave titles. GI Combat was initially Men Of War, renamed, recreated and rebranded to tell more war stories from the DC Universe. But its seventh issue will be its last. Basically the same comic has been cancelled twice.