Friday Runaround – Venom In Your Face


Bleeding Cool gets a thoroughly aimiable review from embittered ex-comic shop workers.


Marvel’s top retailers get X-Force mini-posters coming this way.


A look at… All New X-Men #5 Already?


Stephen Wacker talks future Spider-Man to Newsarama.

And to answer your other question: It would be very presumptuous to assume ASM #698 gave you a final answer to anything.

Hey before I go… Anyone know anything about “Cardiac”? 


John Layman tries to wriggle out of what he did in Chew #30 to CBR. It doesn’t work.

It was very tough, even more so because #31 has a character reveal in it that is arguably every bit a punch in the gut as #30. #31 starts rough as well, it sorta has too, and so I very deliberately tried to come up with the most ludicrously ridiculous case I could to round out the issue, just to move us back into more Chew-like territory. “Chew” will always remain silly, but with #30 we wanted to make sure people knew we weren’t completely fluff. We have a story to tell, and it’s not all pretty, and, unfortunately, bodies are going to drop. This is just the first.


This is Computo the Comic Link Conqueror speaking. I come for your women. But for now I merely collate comic-related bits and pieces online. One day I will rule. Until that day, read on.

They say I am a work in progress. The fools.

4 New Photos From Marvel’s Iron Man 3 | Iron Man | News |

Check out Iron Patriot, Tony Stark & more in four new images from Marvel’s ‘Iron Man 3’!

Dear Marvel fans: this is part of the intro… | Agent M Loves Tacos

Dear Marvel fans: this is part of the intro cinematic to Avengers: Battle For Earth, the rad new game for Xbox 360 with Kinect and WiiU. It’s tons of fun and full of crazy awesome stuff such as this throughout.

IDW Publishing | The home of 30 Days of Night, Star Trek, Terminator, Transformers, G.I. Joe…

When you work in comics and help assemble creative teams, the results can be as wildly diverse as the personalities involved. Sometimes, through no one’s fault, the match just isn’t ideal. But other times, it succeeds in ways that you never imagined, and rewards you far beyond the work itself. That was the case when  writer Brian Lynch and artist Franco Urru, who passed away on November 30, joined up for their first series set in Joss Whedon’s Angel universe, Spike: Asylum.

Valiant Entertainment

Valiant Entertainment has teamed up with long-established collectibles company Rittenhouse Archives to create trading card series and collectors’ albums for the Valiant Universe, which includes beloved comic book characters X-O Manowar, Bloodshot, Eternal Warrior, Shadowman, Harbinger, Rai, H.A.R.D. Corps, Archer & Armstrong, Ninjak, and Armorines. The cards and albums are planned to launch in the US and Canada, at Comic Con San Diego, in 2013.




Trumbo Pushes Back Against The Hollywood Blacklist In New Trailer

NYCC Debut: Afrofuturefest – And An Answer To Larry Stroman’s Concerns?

2 Clips From Tonight’s Season Premiere Of The Flash

Claire Roe Takes Over Jonathan Brandon Sawyer On ‘Welcome Back’ From Boom For A Bit


Lots Of Pages From Dark Knight III And Retailer Covers Too – Screencapped


Is The Final Trailer For Star Wars: The Force Awakens Arriving On October 19th?

The Women And Men Of Bleeding Cool At New York Comic Con 2015


Avatar: The Last Airbender The Complete Series Continues To Impress — A Review

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Another New Marvel’s Jessica Jones Teaser