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Sixteen Thoughts About Sixteen DC Comics – The Ray, Legion Lost, Suicide Squad, Grifter, Batgirl, Mister Terrific, Batman And Robin, Frankenstein, The Shade, Deathstroke, My Greatest Adventure, Resurrection Man, Green Lantern, Demon Knights, Batgirl and Batwoman

This week brings five of my current favourite New 52 books. Guess which ones they are? I talked about the new Batgirl earlier and how smart it is, so there’s only one more thing I want to say about this issue. Want to commit a crime in Gotham? There’s an app for that. Batwoman is… Read more »

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen DC Comics – Batwoman, Batman And Robin, Batgirl, Huntress, Penguin, Legion Lost, Green Lantern, Demon Knights, Superboy, Suicide Squad, Resurrection Man, Mister Terrific, Grifter and Frankenstein

Twleve issue threes and two issue twos, the DC relaunch is starting to bed in. Which is probably why so many books try to do a little something different this week. Resurrection Man is into its third issue and already it’s adding a kink to the premise – this time our hero does not return… Read more »

Swipe File: Grifter #1 Vs Resurrection Man #1

Two comic books, both featuring a character who hasn’t had his own book for a while, both published on the same week, both part of the DC Relaunch, both with the same plot…  in which the titular hero of each title gets on an aeroplane, is attacked by supernatural thingies possessing crew and passengers, before… Read more »

Wednesday Comics Reviews: Batman and Robin, Batwoman, Deathstroke, Demon Knights, Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E., Green Lantern, Grifter, Legion Lost, Mister Terrific, Red Lanterns, Resurrection Man, Suicide Squad and Superboy

Another week, another thirteen titles, courtesy of Orbital Comics of London. Check out their own podcast on the new DC titles as well, see if we match up. Superboy #1 by Scott Lobdell and RB Silva is a real surprise. Like many, my biggest experience of Scott Lobdell’s work was on X-Men. I was a… Read more »

Thor’s Comic Review Column: Convergence Week 8, Providence, Fight Club 2, Captain Marvel #15, Secret Wars: Where Monsters Dwell #1, Old Man Logan #1, Uncanny Avengers: Ultron Forever #1, Captain Canuck #1

This Week’s Reviews: Convergence Week 8 Providence #1 Fight Club 2 #1 Captain Marvel #15 Secret Wars: Where Monsters Dwell #1 Secret Wars: Old Man Logan #1 Uncanny Avengers: Ultron Forever #1 Captain Canuck #1 Convergence Week 8 By Graig Kent For the past three years the Avengers and New Avengers have been flirting with… Read more »

Mixing Necromancy, Humor And Adventure – Ben Kahn Talks Shaman

By Nikolai Fomich   [Shaman Issue One] In the world of superhero comics, no one stays dead forever. But who brings the dead back to life? That’s the question writer Ben Kahn and illustrator Bruno Hidalgo explore in their new supernatural adventure comic Shaman. With their Kickstarter campaign well underway, I spoke with Ben about… Read more »

Talking Comics – Howard the Duck #1, Spawn Resurrection #1, Ninjak #1 & More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say: Thanks for pressing play! This week is a… Read more »

Reincarnation Really Complicates The Love Life: Preview Resurrectionists #5 From Dark Horse

Resurrectionists, by Fred Van Lente and Maurizio Rosenzweig, is one of the most intricate and interesting books on the market in recent months, and features the overlapping interrelationships of several reincarnated individuals, all tied back in to Ancient Egypt.  Meanwhile, they plot a massive heist in the modern day.  Issue #5, arriving March 11th on focuses… Read more »

Three Dark Horse Titles Convert To Digital Release And Expedited Trade: Ghost Fleet, Resurrectionists, And Sundowners

There are some upsides and downsides to this story, though the situation could be more upsetting for fans. As someone who actually owns every issue of Ghost Fleet, by Donny Cates and Daniel Warren Johnson, Resurrectionists, by Fred Van Lente and Maurizio Rosenzweig, and Sundowners by Tim Seely and Jim Terry (yep, I have ALL… Read more »

A Man Of Many Souls – Recapping Constantine 1.10: ‘Quid Pro Quo’

By Rich Epstein This week’s Constantine opens with a hooded sorcerer speaking an ancient tongue in a deep, raspy voice when smoke appears from his hands. In other words, every bad cliche of a sorcerer. It’s a shame, because one of the things that makes John Constantine (Matt Ryan) such a great character is that… Read more »

‘What If Our Modern World Was The Afterlife And Reincarnation Was Eternal Life?’ – Fred Van Lente In The Bleeding Cool Interview On Resurrectionists

This November, Dark Horse are bringing us Resurrectionists, written by Fred Van Lente, with art by Maurizio Rosenzweig and Moreno DiNisio and cover art by Juan Doe. If you’ve been hearing some chatter about this series, it’s because Van Lente has dialed his historical obsessions up to full tilt and combined them with a heist… Read more »

The Nerdy Show Presents The DC Universe Online Debate: Who’s The Toughest Batman Of All?

The Nerdy Show presents an online epic struggle over the Toughest Batman of All: In the empire of comic book pop culture, Batman is king. No one can touch his legacy in comics, television, and film. Even the most passive fan can tell you his complete origin story and rattle off the top tier of… Read more »

The Resurrection Of Tact-Tiles

Creators: Void Star Studios, Inc. Close Date: August 26th, 2014. Publishing Date: August 23rd, 2014 Mike McConnell writes, Tact-Tiles are a modular, dry and wet erase, gaming surface. Made from durable rigid plastic, and marked with a 1” grid, Tact-Tiles were an ideal play surface for Dungeons and Dragons, Pathfinder, Savage Worlds or any other game that… Read more »

Oh, Vienna – A Filthy Orphan by Nevs Coleman

Nevs Coleman writes; If it were up to me, Peter Parker would stay dead. Same for Jean Grey, Damian Wayne and Professor X. I would have left Johnny Storm in the grave, Along with Janet Van Dyne, Captain Marvel, Steve Rogers, Norman Osborn, Elektra, Thor, Bruce Wayne. Clint Barton is the exception that breaks the… Read more »

New UK Trailer For Robocop Focuses On The Murphy Family Drama And Alex’s Resurrection

For most of its running time, this new trailer for the Robocop do-over shows us that there’s a man at the centre of this machine. I’m glad they’ve made space for this message in the marketing – not least because it bodes well for the tragic story of Alex Murphy’s exploitation being a well-explored part… Read more »

Brian Bendis Explains It All… A World Without Ant Man

Brian Bendis posts an internal Marvel document looking at the possible continuity effects of a worlds where Hank Pym is… removed at an early date. The point is made that Marvel continuity dictates that someone would step in, in his place at some points, but not all. Here are some aspects to consider when remaking… Read more »

Marvel Solicitations For April 2013 – Everything’s Coming Up Ultron And Iron Man

More Age Of Ultron stuff, Thanos Uprising, Avengers go to the New Universe, so many comics getting a “Too Many Armors” variant covers, and a rather wonderful Cable And X-Force cover that’s just… weird. Here are the comics Marvel will be selling you come April. AGE OF ULTRON #4 (OF 10) Publisher: (W) Brian Michael… Read more »

A Comic Show: “If You Don’t Cry At This, Then You Don’t Like Spider-Man”

Aaron Haaland writes; Hey Fandom! This week we talk about Snyder and Cloonan on Batman #12, co-written by James IV who’s the main man of DC’s 3rd wave (Talon). Archer & Armstrong #1 is the classic odd couple comic. Jaded-alcoholic-millenarian seeks idealistic-straightedge-teenager for hijinks! Punk Rock Jesus #2 isn’t just another sacrilegious comic skewering our… Read more »

Last Week In Comics by Dr Manolis Vamvounis

Dr Manolis Vamvounis writes for Bleeding Cool from Greece. And yes, he gets his comics there. Last week in comics: WOLVERINE #304 is the epilogue to Jason Aaron’s fan-favourite run on the character, with Sabretooth and Mystique holding a reception for all of Wolverine’s enemies – and Logan himself dropping by for an unsurprising bloody… Read more »