Category Archives: Comics

Ms Marvel #1 Has Sold More In Digital Than In Print Form

Ms Marvel recently went to its sixth printing, a rare accomplishment in comics today. But chatting with Marvel executives at San Diego Comic Con I discovered more. That it sells more in digital than print, and that includes the first …

IDW Publishing Comic-Con Recap

IDW Publishing was all over the place this weekend and we have 13 different articles to prove it from Star Trek crossing over with Planet Of The Apes to more Artist Editions. The home town publisher made excellent use of …

Image Comic Comic-Con Recap

Image Comics got things off a little early by holding the Image Expo prior to preview night and then still had panels at the show. Here is a recap of our coverage of their panels and announcements. Eric Stephenson’s Key …

DC Comics Comic-Con Recap

DC Comics had a lot of great announcements and panels this year, but they were all with a bit of sadness as this is the last Comic-Con for Bob Wayne as DC’s Senior Vice President – Sales. Having been a …

Marvel Comics Comic-Con Recap

It’s travel day for the comic book industry as the mass exodus from San Diego begins and the ocean-side town returns to its everyday normality. The new books have been revealed, the new movies teased, new pilots screened and new …

SDCC: Breaking Into Comics Right Now According to BOOM! Studios

Michele Brittany writes for Bleeding Cool: “This is my favorite panel to do,” started BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. Several BOOM! Studios writers and artists jointed Gagnon – it felt like a who’s who of titles I have been reading …

SDCC: Color Design in Today’s Top Comics

Michele Brittany writes for Bleeding Cool: Color design is probably the furthest from your mind when reading your favorite comic book title. When done well, color becomes a seamless component of your reading experience, but when done badly, will stand …

Lying In The San Diego Gutters… Heading Home Again. At Least I Have A Home To Go To.

Saying goodbye to the “God pass”…. San Diego Comic Con has been a spate of hellos and goodbyes, last show for some, first show for many. We’ll be a running company by company summaries of the show (or rather the …

How To Get The Death Of Wolverine #1 for $1 Instead Of $4.99. Erm, And Then $4.39 Postage

The Death Of Wolverine #1 is $4.99. An increasingly popular price point or such events, popular amongst publishers at least. But Dynamic Forces are bringing their retailer exclusive variant by JG Jones down to $1 for the first copy you …

Advance Reorders – The Effect Of Silk

Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where …

“That Was A Little Too Rob Zombie And Mean To Want To Bring Forward” – Marc Andreyko On Chastity

Marc Andreyko has built a reputation for writing strong female characters. Add that to his familiarity with the existing universe and he was the perfect choice to bring back the Chaos! Comics character of Chastity for Dynamite Entertainment. He chatted …

Image Comics: I Is For Ideas Panel – SDCC 2014

David Dissanayake writes for Bleeding Cool: Welcome to Image Comics’ fourth panel of the weekend, I is for Ideas, moderated by David Brothers, featuring Scott Snyder, Brian K. Vaughan, Joe Kelly, Kyle Higgins, Becky Cloonan, Ivan Brandon, Jeff Lemire, and Josh Williamson. Josh Williamson will be …

LGBT Comics For Young Readers – The SDCC 2014 Panel

Joe Glass writes for Bleeding Cool: Another day and another LGBT panel at Comic-Con International. P. Kristen Enos of PRISM comics leads again, this time with a panel including Brian Anderson (So Super Duper, The Advocate),Charles “Zan” Christenson (Northwest Press, The Power Within), Dusty Jack (Scuttlebutt Ink, Mahou …

Providing DRM Free Books – The SDCC ComiXology Panel

Madeline Ricchiuto writes for Bleeding Cool: Featuring: N. Steven Harris, John D. Roberts, Brandon M. Easton,  Joshua Fialkov, Becky Cloonan, and Chip Mosher. 100 Books for $10 for International Comiccon, brings you 100 books from ComiXology Submit. The deal is …

The People That You Meet At San Diego Comic Con: Your Comic Con Friends

Will Romine writes from San Diego Comic Con, Hey Gang! It’s your old pal Will Romine here, with another edition of “The People that you Meet at San Diego Comic Con”. Please read parts 1 and 2. Now, SDCC is …

Batman Cape/Cowl/Create Event Through Google Glass

Marq Romero writes, To celebrate Batman’s 75th anniversary and the upcoming release of Batman: Arkham Knight, WB Interactive Entertainment held a one-of-a-kind exhibit at the Hard Rock Hotel San Diego. Acclaimed artists from comics to tattoos to graffiti  gave their …

Live From The Dynamite Panel At San Diego Comic Con, With Quentin Tarantino

Okay, there’s Reginald Hudlin, Matt Wagner, Nick Barrucci here as well. But the massive crowd is here for Quentin Tarantino, to celebrate the publisher’s tenth anniversary, and a certain Django/Zorro crossover comic, the first sequel to any Tarantino work. How …

Free On Bleeding Cool – Project Superpowers #0

And our final for Dynamite’s SDCC free comic book weekend is Project Superpowers #0 by Alex Ross, Jim Krueger, Stephen Sadowski and Doug Klauba. This goes with the deals they’re running all weekend for their 10th Anniversary. In celebration of …