Category Archives: Comics

Orbiting Around Grayson, Spread, Daredevil, Spider-Man 2099, Reel Love, And Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Welcome to Episode 159 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we go further down the spiral with Grayson #1, fight off infection with Spread #1, bury the truth with Daredevil #5, swing back with Spider-man 2099 #1, fall for the …

The Morning Before The Night Before San Diego Comic Con

The rules were very strict this year. No photography in the San Diego Convention Center before the doors open on Wednesday. So sorry folks, no From One Side Of The Show To The Other video this year. However, I was …

Comics And Cosplay Presents: Marvel’s Thor & Captain America – Real Diversity or Gimmick? And Costume Review

By Ian Mageto This Episode of Comics and Cosplay, Ian and Nel try having a Google Hangout in which they discuss whether or not the new black Captain America and female Thor are actual steps towards diversity in comics or …

The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse Finally Arrive, Battle For Hell And Earth Debuting From Titan At San Diego Comic Con

By Cameron Hatheway “Do you want to take a life? Do you want to cross that line? ‘Cause it’s a long way back from Hell And you don’t want to go with me!” – Glenn Danzig, Long Way Back From …

The Big Question Is Do We ‘Go Forth And Explore’? Scott Snyder Teases The Wake’s Final Issue

I try to decide now, looking back, what made me pick up the first issue of The Wake from Vertigo. The interesting logo caught my attention, the edgy color schemes of orange and yellow around it, the covers that suggested …

M-M-M-More M-M-M-Marvel Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

All-New Ultimates #7 will no longer have interior art by Amilcar Pinna. And Thunderbolts #30 will no longer be drawn by Gerardo Enrique Sandoval Perez. We’ve no idea who will replace then. And Marvel doesn’t seem sure yet either. But they do know …

Warlord Of Marz – Ron Marz Takes On John Carter

Seriously… is there anyone who seems more suited to write adventure stories on Mars than a guy named Marz? Ron Marz (Green Lantern, Witchblade) is taking on Edgar Rich Burroughs’ creation, John Carter: Warlord of Mars. This comes in the …

Talking New Image Book Low And The Futility of Existence With Rick Remender

By Emily Dare Wednesday sees the long-anticipated release of Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini’s new title from Image Comics:  Low.  Several months ago I had the chance to sit down with Rick and grill him about Low’s origins and inspirations. …

What’s Coming Up In Bleeding Cool Magazine #13

It’s time to figure out where the real power is in the comic book industry. In the latest issue of Bleeding Cool Magazine, Rich Johnston makes his rankings of who controls the future of the books we love and hate. …

IDW And Comics Experience Team To Publish New Properties From New Creators

IDW Publishing and Comics Experience, LLC are joining together to publish new creator-owned properties from new creators. The mini-series announced today, the first of which launches in January 2015, include: Drones by Chris Lewis and Bruno Oliveira, the story of two Predator drone operators on …

How Robin Rises Did Away With Grant Morrison’s Batman

Mark Bristow writes, With the preview and publishing of Robin Rises: Omega, we’re left with some awesome revelations and also many questions. Robin Rises is a direct continuation of Grant Morrison‘s huge Batman epic. For long-term fans that have followed …

Preview: Original Sin #7 And The Poor Marksmanship Of Nick Fury

This was how Original Sin was solicited. Everyone guess the figure would be Cable. It was. It wasn’t. Apologies, it’s old Nick Fury looking like Cable. Blame the jet lag. And in Original Sin #7, clutching the two eyeballs of …

Man Of Action Announces Their First-Ever Con Exclusive For San Diego Comic Con – The Bus: A Camp Midnight Mini

Man of Action’s Steven T. Seagle (it’s a bird …, Genius, Imperial) and Jason Adam Katzenstein (MAD Magazine, College Humor) are bringing The Bus: A Camp Midnight Mini to San Diego Comic Con. It will only be available from their …

ComiXology To Change Everything By Offering DRM-Free Options To Comics Publishers

ComiXology, recently purchased by Amazon, is the largest distributor of digital comic books in the USA, Canada and the UK. It does pretty well in other countries too. But, after the sale to Amazon, and the ending of exclusive contracts …

Will Eisner’s The Spirit Finds A New Haunt At Dynamite

As he has before, Will Eisner’s iconic hero, The Spirit, is coming back to life. This time being published by Dynamite Entertainment. Originally published in 1939 by Quality Comics, The Spirit is the story of a murdered cop named Denny Colt who was …

Super Genius Line From Papercutz Hints At A Major SDCC Announcement – Second Teaser

If you were here on Monday, you saw the first of Papercutz’ Super Genius line teasers suggesting a great deal of “Justice” involved in this new project, apparently returning after 20 years and by a big-name creator. Now we have …

The Night Before The Night Before San Diego Comic Con #DontKillSeanBean

Coming into San Diego Airport, you’re already at the con. As even the baggage conveyors want to let you in on the Comic Con experience. But it has one message to send…. It’s true, he does have a tendency to, …

San Diego Debut: Cyrus Perkins And The Haunted Taxi Cab #1

One of a series of articles looking at comics making their debut at this week’s San Diego Comic Con, What they are, who they are by, what they are about and how to find them! Cyrus Perkins and the Haunted …