Category Archives: Comics

Comics And Cosplay Reviews Guardians Of The Galaxy Plus Costume Critique

By Ian Mageto Welcome to another episode of Comics and Cosplay here on Bleeding Cool. In this episode, host Ian Mageto, our Senior Cosplay Correspondent, gives his thoughts on Marvel Studios’ latest film Guardians of the Galaxy. Plus, as always, …

SDCC 2014: Word Balloon’s John Siuntres Presents Rare 1978 Comic Book Documentary

Nikolai Fomich writes for Bleeding Cool: Last Thursday evening, John Siuntres of Word Balloon Podcast presented “The World of Comic Books,” a fascinating documentary created in 1977 and 1978 for the Canadian TV show Behind the Scene. This 20-minute short …

There Is A Storm At Marvel And What A Sight She Is

By Julz Hendricks Female-led comics are stealing the spotlight, making us want more glorious issues to consume. By consume, I mean read over and over again. Storm #1 sets the standard high for all the other female led books coming …

The Robot Kingdom Steals The Spotlight In Issue #21 Of Saga

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra If you’ve read my past reviews of Saga, you’ll know that I have always favored Alana and Marko’s storyline over any other events that happen in the plot. However, my opinion has definitely shifted after reading …

Marvel Trademarks Squirrel Girl – Cartoon, TV Or Film Appearance On The Way?

Marvel Comics usually registers trademarks to protect TV and film rights rather than comic book rights, unless there’s a specific threat. Which is why its trademark registry is full of Age Of Ultron, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Rocket Raccoon, Agent …

Looking At The Villains Of Guardians Of The Galaxy By Looking At The Comics

Ian Melton writes: The anticipation for the upcoming Guardians of the Galaxy is getting a bit crazy as the movie prepares to open in the US at the end of this week.  A lot of the plot has actually been …

New Titles From Archaia Celebrate Jim Henson’s Legacy At San Diego Comic Con

By Michele Brittany I grew up watching The Muppets Show, Dark Crystal and my personal favorite, Labyrinth, so I have a fondness for Jim Henson’s genius when it came to puppetry. In reality, he was a creative maverick in so …

There’s A ‘T’ In Equality: San Diego Comic Con’s First Ever Transgender Issues In Media Panel

Liz Hey reports from San Diego Comic Con 2014 Amidst the exclusive movie trailers and big announcements this past weekend, history was made in an entirely different way. This year’s San Diego Comic Con was the first ever to hold …

Speculator Corner: Avengers #30, Your First Female Thor

So, we know that Thor is being recreated as a woman, wielding the hammer Mjolnir. And that whatever there was of the original Thor, no longer worthy to wield the hammer, also survives. But how long will the new character …

Geoff Johns Announces… The Darkseid War

This was the scene from today’s Justice League, a peek at the future to come by looking at Power Ring’s past. And combined with Geoff John’s tweet. Justice League #33 out today! Lex Luthor’s run at joining the team continues, …

One Hundred And Sixty Things We Learned At San Diego Comic Con(UPDATE)

From Peter Svensson, Joseph Kyle Schmidt, Jeremy Konrad, Daniel Celko, Peter Sailer, Joe Glass, Rich Johnston, Joshua Stone, Marq Romero, Hannah Means-Shannon, David Dissanayake and Nikolai Fomich of Bleeding Cool. Van Jensen loves working for DC, so don’t get it …

Cosplay ≠ Consent (UPDATE)

Comic-Con International have been asked to make their any harassment policies more explicit rather then the general catch-all language they use at San Diego Comic Con. “Code of Conduct Attendees must respect common sense rules for public behavior, personal interaction, …

Adventure Time #30 Banned In The UK – We Have The Offending Art!

Adventure Time is Boom! Studios’ best selling comic book, measuring all lines of revenue. Based on the cartoon, it’s won plenty of awards, and I came home from San Diego with plenty of copies for my girls. And me, obviously. Including …

Regular Show, Written By A Regular Voiceover

Actors on long running shows sometimes start to get ideas above their station. They start to believe that they know the character more than the writers do, after lived in the character’s shoes for so long. Before you know it, …

So… Who Exactly Is Charles Xavier’s Widow? (SPOILERS)

In a recent issue of All-New X-Men, we saw Moira MacTaggart giving birth to the future Charles Xavier Jr.

Niles Caulder, In Today’s Justice League, Remains A Complete Arse

From today’s Justice League, Niles Caulder, the Chief, leader of the newly relaunched and recreated Doom Patrol, established his reputation as a but of a git to Robot Man. Basically giving himself a superhero team by blackmail and threat. But …

How Hawkeye #19 Portrays The World Of A Deaf Superhero To A Hearing Audience, For Next Year’s Eisner Awards

Hawkeye #19 by Matt Fraction and David Aja is published today and already it’s a shoo-in for next year’s favourite single issue, just as Hawkeye #11 just won this year. Because this is the deaf issue. The sign language issue. …

Joshua Hale Fialkov’s Final Scene From Ultimate FF Is A Cut Too Far (SPOILERS)

That’s how Joshua Fialkov‘s final issue of Ultimate FF begins. A parody of Mark Millar’s Ultimates, as we meet Miles Morhames, the new Ultimate Spider-Ham, currently visiting the Ultimate Universe.And if you think this comic opens in a mad fashion, …