Category Archives: Comics

A Late Night Peek Ahead At What Is To Come For Revival

Revival, by Tim Seeley and Mike Norton from Image Comics, is a series set in a small town about a bunch of folk living in a small town who just.. came back to life. Not that life has exactly been …

Quentin Tarantino Talks Django / Zorro At SDCC

The big news from Dynamite’s 10th Anniversary panel was as much about who was on the panel than anything else. Writer/Director Quentin Tarantino joined a panel that included writer/artist Matt Wagner, writer/editor Reginald Hudlin, CEO/Publisher Nick Barrucci and Senior Editor …

Final Order Cut-Off Special: The Character Designs Of Wayward #1

The Final Order Cut-Off date for Wayward #1 is Monday. The last time that retailers will be able to increase orders on Wayward #1, the new Image comic from Jim Zub, Steven Cummings and John Rauch without being penalised (and when they …

21 Semi-Professional Photos Of San Diego Comic Con

Corey Ransberg, our roving Bleeding Cool photo-reporter has kindly sent us in these lovely images he captured at San Diego Comic Con encapsulating plenty of the mood and atmosphere and gearing us up for some quieter reflection on the show …

The Twisted, Unrequited Love And Sex Dolls Of Tabatha

By Olly MacNamee [*Contains some mild spoilers] Nothing is ever what it seems. When we meet Luke, one of a gang of four central characters in the collected mini-series, Tabatha from T Pub, he seems to be just another ordinary …

Cyberpunk’s Influence On Brian Wood’s Channel Zero And The Couriers

By Bart Bishop Graphic novelist Brian Wood’s Channel Zero (2000) and The Couriers (2003) fuse baroque sequential art with misanthropic prose. Wood’s surface influences of “punk rock” and cyberpunk are demonstrated in his aesthetic choices, utilizing the zine methodologies of …

‘I Couldn’t Help But Put What I Love Into It’ – Talking Sundowners With Tim Seeley At San Diego Comic Con, Plus Preview

Tim Seeley (Revival, Hack/Slash, The Occultist) and Jim Terry (The Crow: Skinning the Wolves) are set to unleash a new horror comic on the world in August from Dark Horse, but it’s a creature of a different stripe than you …

Captivated In Seconds – Bryan Lee O’Malley Strikes Again

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra Most of you probably know Bryan Lee O’Malley from a series he wrote between 2004-2010 called Scott Pilgrim. It was a vastly popular set of six graphic novels that told the tale of a part time …

Out Of Left Field A Comic That Pries Into Pop Culture-Making – Talking POP With Curt Pires, Plus 8 Page Preview

On August 27th, a new comic arrives from Dark Horse, POP, and it is, simply stated, a boundary-pushing book regarding the themes we typically associate with the comics medium, as well as an unusual book in terms of art style. …

Did You Like The Recent Battlestar Galactica Series? Thank Rob Liefeld.

A couple of decades ago, Battlestar Galactica was this sci-fi TV show from the seventies and eighties that was roundly mocked for being cheesey, trite and quite a bit Mormon. When Rob Liefeld got the license to create comics based …

Six New Pages Of Jim Starlin Thanos….

  Can’t deny Thanos looks good in the Guardians movie. The best comic book chin on the big screen since Judge Dredd,. And handily there’s an original graphic novel, Thanos The Infinity Revelation lined up for next week from Jim …

Prints Charming – Original Sins, Figments And Marvels

  Okay, that’s not a new print, but it is the new Francesco Francavilla variant for the Original Sin Annual #1 (will there ever be a #2?) But getting second prints from Marvel Comics are Original Sin #5. #5.1. #5.2 and …

Yes, San Diego Comic Con, Mile High Comics *Will* Be Returning In 2015

Last week, Mile High Comics’ Chuck Rozanski was bemoaning San Diego Comic Con, blaming the rise of the high dollar exclusive items being sold on the show floor sucking away the dollars from people’s pockets, to the extent that after …

Marvel Comics Rush-Publishes Secret Service Collection Ahead Of Movie

A new collected editon of The Secret Service, or rather Kingsman: The Secret Service, is being rush-published by Marvel Comics for the end of September when they suddenly realised that that was when the film was out and someone suddenly …

Looking At The Heroes of Guardians Of The Galaxy By Looking At The Comics

[Part 1, Looking at the Villains of Guardians of the Galaxy by Looking at the Comics was previously published on Bleeding Cool. This is Part 2, Looking at the Heroes] By Ian Melton Tickets are bought and later today at …

A New Guardians Of The Galaxy Digital Comic, Out Today, Written By Tim Seeley

The latest decampi comics from Marvel is out today, to coincide with the US release of Guardians Of The Galaxy. The Guardians Of The Galaxy Infinite Comics One-Shot, by Tim Seeley, Reilly Brown, Iban Coello, Jacopo Camagni and Jim Charalapidis has …

So… Will Jim Lee Be Working With Scott Snyder, Grant Morrison Or John Romita Jr Next?

Jim Lee asks… I’ll be working with one of these gents in the near future…can you guess which one? #siriusxminterview #sdcc2014 #talentisking Once upon a time Grant Morrison he was planning a WildCATS revival… and the last person he did that with, …

Things To Do In London In August If You Like Comics

August 1st-3rd Blood And Roses: Magical Girls By Sally Jane Thompson exhibition Orbital Comics Saturday 2nd, 3pm-4pm Doctor Who Signing Forbidden Planet  Rob Williams, Al Ewing and Des Taylor will be signing the first issues of the 10th and 11th Doctor Who …