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Batman Felt ‘Creator-Owned In That Moment’ – Scott Snyder, Denny O’Neil, And Paul Levitz Celebrate 75 Years At The New York Comic Fest

In a panel that could have easily been called “Batman: Generations” celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the Caped Crusader’s influence on the world at the New York Comic Fest in White Plains, New York on Saturday, many of New York’s great and good as well as a triple-sized panel room full of fans turned out… Read more »

Glitchwatch: Neal Adams And Dennis O’Neil’s Green Arrow/Green Lantern For 80% Off On

On, it’s down from $29.99 to just $19.99. A good price for the Neal Adams/Dennis O’Neil collection of Green Arrow/Green Lantern comics. 368 pages of them. But on, the same book is down in price from £25.99 to just £4.99. Even with shipping back to the states, that’s a saving. But for Brits,… Read more »

Who Is The Question? Documentary About The DC Character With O’Neil and Rucka

Who is The Question is a new documentary posted on Youtube by Gary Lobstein and looks at the character created by Steve Ditko when he left Marvel and went over to Charlton Comics. The character debuted in June of 1967 in Blue Beetle #1 and was based heavily on the teachings of Ayn Rand, someone… Read more »

How To Write Comics And Graphic Novels by Dennis O’Neil #20

Dennis O’Neil, returns to New York University every Wednesday, for his evening class on writing comic books and graphic novels at the university’s School of Continuing and Professional Studies. He’s already written a string of columns in line with his teaching on Bleeding Cool. And now he’s going to write some more… Lesson one: I… Read more »

More Amazon Fishing For Big Books From Marvel In 2017

We had a look at some Big Books from Marvel for the Summer of 2017. Well, there are more to come. We start with the Omnibus volumes. Avengers by Jonathan Hickman Omnibus Vol. 1 Hardcover – July 18, 2017 by Jonathan Hickman (Author), Nick Spencer (Author), Jason Latour (Author), Jerome Opena (Illustrator), Adam Kubert (Illustrator), Dustin… Read more »

75 Years Of The Emerald Archer

It’s been 75 years since Mort Weisinger and George Papp saw the publication of their More Fun Comics #73 (Nov 1941). It was the first time readers got to see billionaire businessman Oliver Queen done the Robin Hood inspired costume of the Green Arrow. Weisinger drew inspiration from more than just Robin Hood, there are elements that… Read more »

Dean Haspiel’s Harvey Awards Keynote Speech On Saying Goodbye To Hang Dai

I’ve known Dean Haspiel for a number of years, even before we were pictured together topless. I was showing solidarity. As a comic creator, Dean has never had what you might call a “big” break but his work is much admired, he’s very outspoken yet he still manages to work for pretty much every comic publisher going,… Read more »

“I Am Older Than You, Blacker Than You” – When Priest Won His Inkpot At San Diego Comic-Con

Peter S. Svensson gets to write for Bleeding Cool. It’s awesome. Christopher James Priest received the Inkpot award at the start of his spotlight panel at Comic Con. “Never won anything.” quipped Priest. The End. Okay. There was more. Let’s go to the part after the Inkpot awarding, where Priest says the first line of… Read more »

What’s Old Is New Again

Drew Ford writes, After putting together over two dozen reprint collections at Dover Publications over the last two years (one of which was nominated for an Eisner Award, The Puma Blues by Stephen Murphy & Michael Zulli)… I have launched my own publishing imprint called IT’S ALIVE! The first book I will publish under this… Read more »

Five Green Arrow Trades To Get You Through The Summer Hiatus

With the fourth season of Arrow wrapping up last night, some Green Arrow fans may be looking for comics to read to pass the time during the summer hiatus. So if you just can’t wait for September for new Oliver Queen fix and you’ve already read the Arrow inspired comics… here are my top five… Read more »

From Strip To Script – The Question

By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it, to see what I can learn from the exercise. Now, for every reinterpretation of a superhero character that becomes the definitive version (anyone from the modern Captain Marvel to… Read more »

Writer’s Commentary – Justice, Inc. Book One By Michael Uslan

Writer Michael Uslan gives us a very in-depth commentary on the collected series Justice, Inc. that he wrote for Dynamite Entertainment. Cover art by Alex Ross, interiors by Giovanni Timpano. First, the backstory: I was thrilled and honored when Nick Barucci of Dynamite Comics approached me to gauge my interest in writing an historic first… Read more »

Michael Uslan Talks Teaming Up The Shadow, The Avenger And Doc Savage

Michael Uslan, writer of the acclaimed Justice Inc. miniseries, answers questions about the material now re-presented in trade paperback form and on sale from Dynamite Entertainment on Wednesday, June 3rd. BYRON BREWER: Michael, first off, many and sincere congratulations! I understand – and I am sure your many fans would love to know – that… Read more »

The Estate Of Wally Wood Challenges Marvel And Netflix Over Daredevil (UPDATE)

In an open letter, the estate of the late comic book creator Wally Wood has fired a shot across the bows of Marvel and Netflix asking for credit for his contributions to the success of the Daredevil show. And they have quoted a lot of comic book legends to support their point. You know what?… Read more »

DC Says Goodbye To New York And New York Says Goodbye To DC

@DCComics — Marvel Entertainment (@Marvel) April 10, 2015 @DCComics — Ryan Penagos (@AgentM) April 10, 2015 So DC Comics said goodbye to New York yesterday. Many people had already gone, but the doors closed and the security passes to 1700 Broadway were cancelled. They were done, move on. Marvel didn’t just respond to… Read more »

The Six Important Moments From This Week’s Arrow – The Offer

I may be running out of clever ways to say SPOILERS HERE… or I may just be tired. Either way… SPOILERS HERE! After a few week hiatus Arrow is back with the new episode The Offer. It is, of course, all about the offer made to Oliver Queen by Ra’s al Ghul to take over… Read more »

Does Hot Topic Star Wars #1 Spoil Avengers: Age Of Ultron?

Once upon a time, Peter David, working in sales at Marvel, handed out some preview copies of an upcoming issue of Alpha Flight to a bunch of retailers – pages he had received from editor Denny O’Neil. It featured a dream sequence with a withered Guardian emerging from the ground. This was as a resultof… Read more »

The Arrow Fall Finale Pits Oliver Queen Vs Ra’s Al Ghul

While The Flash gets to go up against the Reverse Flash, for the fall finale Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) gets to clash swords with Ra’s Al Ghul… literally. Matt Nable plays the Demon’s Head, Katrina Law returns as his daughter Nyssa. The show has been building up to this meeting all season so it should… Read more »

Gotham Fall Finale Lets Alfred Kick Some Butt

Last night on Gotham we got introduced to Harvey Dent (Nicholas D’Agosto) as well as the man he is certain was involved with the Waynes’ Murder, Dick Lovecraft (Al Spapienza). Dent convinces Jim Gordon (Ben McKenzie) to let him tell Lovecraft about the eye-witness to the murder to make him nervous. As you can see… Read more »

Preview Of The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer

Dynamite has put the graphic novel The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer up on their DRM-Free digital website. The collected series was written by Denny O’Neil with art by Michael Kaluta. Re-Mastered and available for the first time in over two decades! On Easter Sunday of April 1941, a young woman pushes through the Manhattan crowds,… Read more »

Brian K. Vaughan, Cory Doctorow, An FBI Agent And An Ex-Israeli Soldier Join Forces at NYCC

By Paul Gullas Brian K. Vaughan stepped to the podium and gestured to his other panelists to cheers, “first of all, isn’t this the most badass panel?”. It would be a great TV show, he said. “An FBI agent, a former Israeli soldier, a book author, a bald guy, fighting crime together?”. It was Saturday… Read more »

Dean Haspiel Finally Draws Wonder Woman (And Deadman, And Ra’s Al Ghul) For Sensation Comics, Plus Sketches

Sensation Comics featuring Wonder Woman arrives in its first 2014 issue on August 20th. It’s a “digital first anthology” that will bring in a wide range of comics talent to explore the character and her Amazonian background in a number of guises. Already announced on the book are Gail Simone and Amanda Deibert writing on… Read more »