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 »
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With Arrow back in production, it seems it was only a matter of time before photos of the probable new Team Arrow would emerge from the show’s location shoots around Vancouver. The PUNKD Images Twitter account captured a handful of shots featuring the new team — Wild Dog, Mr. Terrific, Vigilante and a new Black… Read more »
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 has found their Mr. Terrific. EW.com 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 »
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 »
We’ve watched Curtis Holt grow from being just the guy at Palmer Tech to part of Team Arrow, now he’s moving on to his true destiny, the costumed hero Mr. Terrific. We’ve seen hints of what he will be when they showed his T-spheres briefly a while back. But now Echo Kellum talks about Curtis… Read more »
Dreamworks’ latest is out in the UK today. From the director of The Lion King.
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 »
On the left the new design for Mister Terrific as seen on DC’s Source blog. But on the right, how it originally appeared before being changed a few hours later. Was the M on the face a little close to Bishop? Or was it just too “Mr T”?
Here are the comics published within the last thirty-odd years that have been burning up the top of the charts and selling between $69 and $60. All raw copies, no slabbing here, no variant covers, no convention exclusives, no hardcovers, no TPBs, no artificial collectibility, just the standard books that, if you have them in your… Read more »
One week ago, Bleeding Cool first reported the news that a DC superhero would be reinvented as a leading gay character. The rest of the news went ballistic, with all sorts of organisations around the world reporting, rightly or wrongly, as to what was going. This weekend we named the character as Alan Scott, the… Read more »
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 »
Dr Mamoulis Vamvounis writes for Bleeding Cool In which I bitch and moan about comics on a weekly basis, in broken english and syntax. Hey, it’s all in good fun, right? X-MEN SCHISM #5 (of 5) I love Jason Aaron. I do, he’s the best new writer to come out of Vertigo in the past… Read more »
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 »
This week is the last week of DC comics until the reboot relaunch gentle tickling of the DC Universe. Marvel are giving us shadows and quotes from salesmen. And Image are telling us the world is theirs. Comic shops are closing more often than they are opening it seems, and Steve Geppi’s run out of… Read more »
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 »
There are only the Superman titles for DC to announce, but if they’re right about the 52 issue one relaunches for September, then we kind of know them all already pretty much… so what do we have – and who is missing? 1. Justice League #1 by Geoff Johns and Jim Lee (read more) 2…. Read more »
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 »
A lot of new vigilantes have been added to Arrow this season – Ragman, Wild Dog, Artemis and Mr. Terrific… but there is one more being built up in the background: Adrian Chase / Vigilante. We met that Chase side of the character played by Josh Segarra and we’ve seen a sketch of the mask… Read more »
This article will contain spoilers for the most recent episode of Arrow: A Matter of Trust. . . . . . The newest episode of Arrow entitled A Matter Of Trust was chock full of plot movements all wrapped around a villain of the week story with a special guest star and a few surprises…. Read more »
The CW has just released this clip from tonight’s Arrow that shows the new recruits starting off their training. Here Green Arrow (Stephen Amell) gives his trainees a simple task, get past him and ring a bell. Easier said than done for Mr. Terrific (Echo Kellum), Artemis (Madison McLaughlin) and Wild Dog (Rick Gonzalez). Tonight… Read more »
By Octavio Karbank Perhaps one of the more intimate comic book-related panels to be featured this year at New York Comic Con was Dynamite Comics’ panel. Keith Davidson, Dynamite’s marketing director, introduced writers Paul Cornell, Benjamin Percy, Amy Chu, and Erik Mona from Paizo Publishing onto the panel. The writers discussed their latest work and what… Read more »
Echo Kellum, who plays Curtis Holt / Mr. Terrific on Arrow, talks about growing up as a comic reader and now seeing a huge slate of comic inspired television series. Arrow returns for season five Wednesday at 8 PM on the CW.