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Mr Terrific Has Its Third Solicited Art Team In Three Issues

With DC Comics releasing their November solicitations, we can take a look at how the relaunch is handling the creative teams on tight deadlines and no allowance for late books. But no book seems to be suffering this attention more than Mister Terrific. All three issues are written by Eric Wallace with covers by JG… Read more »

Mr. Terrific Meets The Green Arrow… Sort Of

One of the things that the Arrow producers addressed early on was the fact that the Hood appeared in Starling City at the same time that Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) suddenly returned from a deserted island. Now there is a new hero, The Green Arrow, and he returns just as Oliver Queen returns to run… Read more »

Arrow Casts Echo Kellum As Mr. Terrific

Arrow has found their Mr. Terrific. is reporting that WBTV have cast former Sean Saves The World actor Echo Kellum in the role of Curtis Holt / Mr. Terrific. In the comics he is Michael Holt, a former Olympic athlete and third smartest man on the planet, who uses his intellectual and athletic gifts to become… Read more »

SDCC ’15: Anarky And Mr. Terrific Will Appear In Arrow Season 4

We already learned that Neal McDonough will be playing the big bad for season 4 of Arrow, Damien Darhk… but tonight executive producer Marc Guggenheim told us that DC Comics characters Anarky and Mr. Terrific will also be appearing in the upcoming season. Greg Berlanti pointed out that their version of Mr. Terrific would be… Read more »

Justice League Panel High Res Art From Flash, Aquaman, Mister Terrific, Savage Hawkman

And the last big panel from DC for the day: The Justice League panel today at San Diego Comic-Con premiered the interior art for many of the books in the group part of DC Comics-The New 52. These included AQUAMAN, THE FLASH, MISTER TERRIFIC and THE SAVAGE HAWKMAN. Below, scroll through the gallery to see… Read more »

Leave Your Spandex At The Door #2 by Dr Manolis Vamvounis

In which I bitch and moan about comics on a weekly basis, in broken english and syntax. Noone is safe! FEATURED REVIEW: X-MEN REGENESIS #1 It’s a good old-fashioned schoolyard pick! For what it was (= a boring-ass but necessary choosing sides interlude before the real game begins), Kieron Gillen does a commendable job of… Read more »

DC Sell Out Twenty-Seven First Issues Of The New 52

We already knew that the Justice League, Batgirl, Action Comics, Hawk And Dove, Justice League International, Animal Man and Batman And Robin first prints had sold out from DC Comics and Diamond Comic Distributors but now DC have announced that almost all of last week’s DC superhero titles – and all of this week’s –… Read more »

Numbercrunching The Appeal Of The DC Relaunch

Over 10,000 people seem to have responded to the Comic Book Resources survey on the public appeal for the upcoming DC Relaunch, title by title. But statistician Matt Holmes decided to do a little analysis for Bleeding Cool, with different weightings. Here’s how he got his different results. # 1 – Each “Absolutely” gets 3… Read more »

An Updatable List Of The 52 DC Titles For September

So, what do we know about upcoming DC books in September (I’ll count JLA #1 for completeness sake, even though it’s a week early,) Red is still a Bleeding Cool rumour. Green is a confirmed Bleeding Cool rumour. Blue is a CBR rumour. Orange is a confirmed CBR rumour. Black is a straight confirmation. 1…. Read more »

Thor’s Comic Review Column: James Bond Volume 1 #1, Irredeemable Premier Edition And The Complete SIP Kids

THIS WEEK’S REVIEWS: James Bond #1 Irredeemable Premier Edition HC Vol. 1 The Complete SIP Kids James Bond, Volume 1 #1 (Dynamite, $3.99) by Graig Kent At the time of writing, I’m still a couple days away from seeing the latest Bond feature, Spectre, and my anticipation is high. I’ve distanced myself from reviews and… Read more »

Fifty Years Since Steve Ditko Quit Spider-Man

Stephen Sonneveld writes, Part I of IV: Kickstarting Next year marks the 50th anniversary of Steve Ditko’s departure from Spider-Man, a character he co-created with Stan Lee in Amazing Fantasy #15 (Marvel) and continued to develop as writer and artist throughout a 38-issue run on The Amazing Spider-Man. Now in his 80’s, Ditko is still… Read more »

Dark Circle / Archie Comics Solicitations For January 2016

The new year approaches and we have the January 2016 solicitations for Archie / Dark Circle Comics. DARK CIRCLE COMICS THE BLACK HOOD #9 “The Lonely Crusade, Part 3” An unlikely ally leads the Black Hood to the Crusaders’ secret lair—and what the Hood finds inside will shock you. If you thought the shotgun blast… Read more »

Will The Arrow Season 4 Trailer Break The Internet?

We’ve seen some teasers for the second season of The Flash already, but not a lot from the folks over at Arrow. But it sounds like that may be remedied soon as the series’ co-showrunners Marc Guggenheim and Wendy Mericle tweeted out yesterday about having seen a rough cut of the trailer for Arrow season 4…. Read more »

Archie Comics Solicitations For November 2015

Here we have the full solicitations for Archie Comics and their superhero imprint Dark Circle Comics for titles shipping in November of 2015. THE BLACK HOOD #7 “The Lonely Crusade, Part 1” Greg Hettinger returns to Philadelphia and promises his closest friend, Jessie Dupree, that his hood-wearing vigilante days are over. But it’s a promise… Read more »

Frankensteining DC’s November 2015 Solicitations – Justice League To Dark Knight (UPDATE)

Thanks to Comicosity, Newsarama, Comic Vine, 13th Dimension, ComicBook, Comics Alliance, CBR, Multiversity and DC… piecing together DC Comics’ solicitations for November 2015, piece by piece by piece. BATMAN BEYOND #6 Written by DAN JURGENS Art and cover by BERNARD CHANG LOONEY TUNES Variant cover by CRAIG ROUSSEAU On sale NOVEMBER 4 • 32 pg,… Read more »

Typing On The Dead #145: The Talking Heads

By Jared Cornelius   Welcome back to Typing On The Dead, Bleeding Cool’s review and dissection of the latest issue of The Walking Dead.  Issue #144 was one of my favorites in a long time, bringing back some real positive memories of great stories gone by for the ongoing zombie classic.  In the year following All Out War,… Read more »