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Comics Market Expects Chiwetel Ejifor To Be Brother Voodoo In Doctor Strange

Last night, the Hollywood Reporter reported that Marvel Studios was courting Chiwetel Ejoifor of 12 Years A Slave, Serenity and Dirty Pretty Things for the upcoming Doctor Strange movie starring Benedict Cumberbatch. Several sources have intoned that Ejiofor is wanted for a villainous role, but some insiders have pooh-poohed that. The villain is likely to be classic… Read more »

Joe Casey And Jim Mahfood Mix Voodoo, Zombies And Pastels

IDW Publishing and Lion Forge Comics are teaming up to put out a classic TV series with a new twist. Joe Casey and Jim Mahfood are the minds behind Miami Vice Remix debuting this February. The comic follows the Metro-Dade Police Department detectives Sonny Crockett and Ricardo Tubbs through modern-day Miami as they go undercover… Read more »

Axis Silhouette Mystery Revealed – It’s Brother Voodoo

This was the solicited cover image for Axis #9…. With a silhouetted character on the left. But from this week’s Marvel printed ads… Let’s zoom in a little. That’s Brother Voodoo joining the inversion! Unless, you know, something really extreme happened to Doctor Strange…  

DC Comics Cancels Voodoo With #0 In September

And there we go. We knew that with four new titles, four had to go. Justice League International‘s last issue is in August, Voodoo, Resurrection Man and Captain Atom have been granted issue zero extensions in September. So Grifter and Blue Beetle have dodged a bullet. Could the Justice League International Annual also in August… Read more »

No Rob Liefeld Title Cancelled For The Third Wave – Will Captain Atom, Blue Beetle Or Voodoo Bite The Dust?

We’ve been keeping up with updates over DC’s confirmation of our story from April that all their books in September would be zero issues, with news that it is James Tynion who is writing Talon, for example with Guillem March on art. But this probably deserves a post of its own. As well as the… Read more »

Fourteen-And-A-Half Thoughts About Fourteen-And-A-Half DC Comic Books Today – Voodoo, Shade, Black Hawks, Green Lantern: New Guardians, All Star Western, I Vampire, The Flash, Firestorm, Hawkman, Aquaman, Teen Titans, The Dark Knight, Superman And The Ray

Morning folks! The DC Relaunch keeps on relaunching. This is technically the last week of November’s relaunch titles, next week looks rather barren – more on that later. So let’s have a look at the last of the issue 3s, an issue 2 and a preview to boot. Voodoo #3 gives us the obvious crossover… Read more »

Fifteen Thoughts About Fifteen New DC Comics Today – Flash, Superman, Voodoo, I Vampyr, New Guardians, Blackhawks, Teen Titans, Hawkman, Firestorm, Aquaman, Dark Knight, Legion, JL Dark, All Star Western… And Spaceman

1. The Flash #2 moves from physical speed to mental speed and gives us a Flash learning to tap the Speed Force with his brain – and Manapul gives us a seemingly Frank Quitely influenced look at how that actually works. 2. The vampires of I, Vampyr #2, preparing for war against humanity see themselves… Read more »

Wednesday Comics Reviews – Aquaman, Justice League Dark, Voodoo, Firestorm, Dark Knight, New Guardians, Blackhawks, Superman, I Vampire, Hawkman, Flash, Teen Titans, All Star Western

Voodoo #1 by Ron Marz and Sam Basri Bleeding Cool reviewed Voodoo #1 here, yesterday. Teen Titans #1 by Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund. It’s a total reboot as Red Robin plays Ozymandias, monitoring the world, and in a race to recruit teenage superheroes to his cause against that of the N.O.W.H.E.R.E. crew,… Read more »

REVIEW: Voodoo #1 by Ron Marz, Sami Basri and Jessica Kholinne

Amidst an internet furore over the depiction of women in comic books, comes Voodoo #1, starring a mixed race (Louisiana Creole/Daemonite/Kheribim) bisexual character, whose existence would probably be celebrated by many – if not that her job is as a stripper. Created for the comic book WildCATS back in the nineties, she was unaware of… Read more »

Lots Of Art From DC’s The Dark And The Edge Panel: Animal Man, Justice League Dark, Swamp Thing, Voodoo, More

A huge batch of art from DC’s The Dark and The Edge panel today: During today’s panel for The Dark and The Edge at SDCC, we premiered art from ANIMAL MAN, BLACKHAWKS, DEATHSTROKE, FRANKENSTEIN, AGENT OF S.H.A.D.E., JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK, MEN OF WAR, OMAC, RESURRECTION MAN, SUICIDE SQUAD, SWAMP THING, I, VAMPIRE, and VOODOO. Click… Read more »

DC’s House Of Mystery Cancelled. New Vertigo Voodoo Magic Monthly To Start.

As people pore over the recently released DC Universe solicitations, bear a thought for the rest of the comics being published by the company. As well as the first issue of the BleedingCooled Supernatural by Brian Wood, the first issue of the BleedingCooled Spaceman by Brian Azzarello and Eduardo Risso… As well as a listing… Read more »

80s Miami Vice Gets A Remix Treatment That’s To Die For – Talking With The Creative Team

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent Lion Forge Comics and IDW has a new comic book series coming out titled Miami Vice Remix and will feature the writing of Joe Casey (Butcher Baker The Righteous Maker, Doc Bizarre M.D., Full Moon Fever), art/lettering from Jim Mahfood (Clerks, MarijuanaMan, Kickpuncher), colors by Justin… Read more »

Sorrow As Django/Zorro Comes To An End… Dynamite Solicitations For May 2015

The last issue of Django/Zorro written by Quentin Tarantino and Matt Wagner… and an all-female cast and crew for the Swords Of Sorrow, led by Gail Simone. Four books but plenty more covers to go around… SWORDS OF SORROW #1 (OF 6) (W) Gail Simone (A) Sergio Davila (CA) A: J. Scott Campbell; B: Jenny… Read more »

Exclusive First Look At The Dynamite Books From Warren Ellis, Cullen Bunn And Andy Diggle Shipping In May

Here we have an exclusive first look at the Dynamite books written by Warren Ellis, Cullen Bunn, Andy Diggle and Keith Davidsen that will be shipping in May 2015. MASKS 2 #2 (OF 8) Covers: Butch Guice and Jae Lee Writer: Cullen Bunn Art: Eman Casallos The influence of the fiendish Red Death spans history. In the 30s,… Read more »