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Lumberjanes Never Fear, Adam WarRock Is Here

By Julz Hendricks Adam WarRock, known for his geek inspired music, has created one of a kind niche nerd core songs that are absolutely “rapturous”. His newest song Lumberjanes has just been released, based on the hit comic by Grace …

A Glow In The Dark Ghostbuster And Turtle…

When Marvel put out Ghost Rider #15 back in the nineties with a glow in the dark cover, I remember it gave more than one retailer a heart murmur at night, turning off the lights, to see a row of …

The Arcana Of Crowd-Source Funding

Jonathan Rollins writes for Bleeding Cool: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/961207059/modern-arcana-volume-1 I want to tell you all the arcane secrets to getting a kickstarter successfully funded.  And while editors decide the fate of this article I am at SPX (Small Press Expo) this weekend.  …

Grant Morrison Comics: What If There’s No Secret Message?

By Nas Hoosen I remember an article about Batman #655, Grant Morrison’s first issue of what would become his seven-year Batman run, from around the time that issue hit shelves. I can’t remember who published it anymore but one thing …

The Look Of San Diego Comic Con, With A Cochlear Implant Upgrade!

Kirk Staley went to San Diego Comic Con on behalf of Bleeding Cool. Our Senior Deaf Correspondent, he brings a rare perspective to the show. On San Diego Comic Con 2014 Preview Night, there was a lot of disorganisation to …

The Return Of One Of Marvel’s Earliest Graphic Novels – A Sailor’s Story By Sam Glanzman

Once upon a time, there were a line of Marvel Comics graphic novels. Or novellas really. Superheroes, sure, a smattering of Heavy Metal style sorcery, the occasional violent bloodbath and… A Sailor’s Story by Sam Glanzman. It stuck out rather. …

Watch The Trailer For Attack On Titan Prequel Anime, Shipping With The Next Volumes Of The Manga

We mentioned this the other day, but the Japanese release of the manga Attack On Titan vol 15 and 16, in December and April, will each come with an original video anime, based on the manga and novel Attack On Titan: No Regrets. …

If You Like Your Eggs Noir….

Gregory Woronchak writes, When I was young, one of the highlights of my weekends was unfolding the bulky Saturday newspaper to find the big comics section. Ignoring ink-stained fingers, I’d pore over the latest shenanigans of old friends (in glorious …

Alan Moore Corrects The Score – His New Novel Is Less Than A Million Words

When Alan Moore announced he’d finished his novel Jerusalem, there was one fact everyone wanted to report. Northampton News Comics legend Alan Moore has finished the first draft of his second novel, Jerusalem – and it runs to more than …

Free On Bleeding Cool – American Flagg! #1

Dynamite collected Howard Chaykin’s classic comic book series American Flagg! not too long ago. Now they are making it available as part of their new DRM-Free digital comics. The 50 issue series was originally published by First Comics from 1983 …

Chris Ware Serialises His New Comic In The Guardian, Starting Today

The Guardian newspaper has a short but proud history of serialising comic books in its pages, with both Posy Simonds’ Gemma Bovary and Tamara Drewe receiving their first airing on a regular basis in its pages. As of today, Acme …

Swipe File: Original Sin Annual And Zagor #85

This is Francesco Francavilla‘s variant cover to Original Sin Annual #1.   And this is Gallieno Ferri‘s cover for Zagor #85 from July 1972. Thanks to Eurocomics USA Invasion for the spot! In Swipe File we present two or more images that …

Exclusive First Looks At Ex-Con #2 And Terminal Hero #3

With the final order cutoff coming up for these two Dynamite’s Creators Unleashed titles, they have sent us an exclusive set of pages each to get readers excited and to have them ask their local retailers to order them a copy. Here …

Top Cow Previews – Rise Of The Magi #4 And Artifacts #39

Top Cow has two new books hitting the shelves on 9/17 and we’ve got previews of both. Marc Silvestri writes issue #4 of Rise of the Magi and 2014 talent hunt winners Raven Heisenberg and Gustavo Brocanello tell a tale …

First Look At X-O Manowar #0 By Robert Venditti And Clay Mann

Valiant has sent us a first look inside of the upcoming X-O Manowar #0. This issue shows us the origins of the alien-armored Visigoth as done by writer Robert Venditti (Green Lantern) and artist Clay Mann (Gambit). Armor Hunters is …

SPX Debuts – Ignatz Award-Nominated ‘London-Set Flapper Mystery’ The Black Feather Falls

Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, Maryland, is going to have gorgeous creator-owned comics galore, and one of them to keep an eye on is The Black Feather Falls, now debuting in Book Two in the USA, by Ellen …

SPX Debuts – A Mysterious Cult And A Greek Myth Come To Life In Bacchanalia

SVA graduate Molly Ostertag, the artist on the successfully Kickstarted print version of the webcomic Strong Female Protagonist, now picked up by Top Shelf, produced a striking new comic as part of her senior thesis at SVA: Bacchanalia. I had …

‘Everything In The Book Has Happened To Me’ – Talking With S. Steven Struble About L’il Depressed Boy

By Alex Wilson The comic book medium is not known for tackling the serious issue of depression and the pitfalls of relationships even though they are some of the most prevalent problems that weigh on the minds of not just …