Category Archives: Comics

The Great New York Con – Michael Davis, From The Edge

Michael Davis writes, I’m from New York. I’m a New Yorker who has lived the last 20 years in Los Angeles or LA, as it’s commonly called. LA is where my life is now; driven here quite literally by an …

Indie Spotlight: American Nature And Surrealist Cheeseburgers (VIDEO)

By Shawn Perry ‘Sup Bleed-Freaks. At NYCC we spoke with the creative team behind American Nature and learned a little about what goes into makes good storytelling. American Nature by writers Dave Landsberger and Marc Koprinarov and artists Greg & …

Live From The Comic Shop – Rasputin, The Phantom, Baltimore: The Wolf And The Apostle

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra It’s a sunny-ish day at Conquest Comics in Bayville, NJ. Joined once again by some Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Collectibles, I am reporting Live from the Comic Shop! This week seems to have brought an array …

Comics And Cosplay Presents: The True Reason Why Black Panther Is Getting A Marvel Movie (VIDEO)

By Ian Mageto Comics and Cosplay is back with a new video. In this episode, host and Senior Cosplay Correspondent at Bleeding Cool, Ian Mageto, gives his thoughts on the major announcements from Marvel Studios. Specifically he discusses what he …

The Latest Marvel Event Teaser – Hulk’s Future Imperfect

Probably part of next year’s Secret Wars, revisiting the future of the Hulk from Peter David and George Perez’ Future Imperfect… Time to bring back the Maestro.

The 5 Books That Found Me At The Locust Moon Comics Festival

Last Saturday, I had the pleasure of attending the third outing of the Locust Moon Comics Festival in Philadelphia, my first time attending. It was a beautiful autumn day, and though traffic getting into the city bedevilled my arrival a …

Davy Crockett, Mike Fink, and Sally Ann Thunder, Together For The First Time, Throughout November

Through November, Top Cow will be publishing a weekly series, American Legends. Basically a League Of Extraordinary Americans… from Bill & Zachary Schwartz and Studio Hive. Depicting the extraordinary exploits of the legendary pioneers DAVY CROCKETT, MIKE FINK, and SALLY ANN …

Spider-Verse And Saga Top Advance Reorders In Comic Stores

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 …

Alex Simmons And Joe Bennett’s Black Jack, Back In Print After 18 Years Thanks To Dover

Blackjack: Second Bite Of The Cobra was a comic mini-series published by Dark Angel Publishing in 1996 by Alex Simmons and  Joe Bennett, followed by a second series, Blood & Honor that explored the lead’s origin. Never collected, it is not …

All The Congratulatory Ads For Marvel In The 75th Anniversary Magazine

From the BBDO Diversity Council of New York City to Charles Atlas  to IDW to Comixology to the Stan Lee Foundation, all sorts of entertaining deals must have been done to have these many specially created ads in the free …

Today’s Fantastic Four Adds To The Legend Of Isaac Perlmutter

Okay so I know I’m reading far too much into it. But reading today’s Fantastic Four, I couldn’t fail to be struck by the panels below. Because, as Marvel staffers informed me earlier in the year, billionaire and Marvel CEO …

Today’s Saga Has The Greatest Lying Cat Scene Since Issue 14 (SPOILERS)

Everyone loves Lying Cat from Saga. Everyone. Only those who haven’t read Saga seem sceptical. In fact Saga, right now, is probably the comic book equivalent of The Wire. And I on’t just mean in its constant world building and …

33 Thoughts About 33 Comics Today – Harley Quinn, Saga, Nova, Worlds End, Futures End, Rasputin, Savage Dragon, Southern Bastards, Black Science, Deadpool & Captain America, Wolverine & The X-Men, Adventure Time x2, Uber, Thought Bubble 2014, Crossed, God Is Dead, War Stories, Sinestro, Thunderbolts, Inhuman, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Axis Revolutions, Carnage, Deathlok, Wonder Woman, Shadow, Phantom, Pathfinder, Transformers, Little Nemo, Doodle Jump, Bob’s Burgers

We have so many great comic books out today. Little Nemo #2 demonstrates the treats in store. Such as Savage Dragon #199, where every page in this comic is a double page splash, going from Hell to Earth in time …

Who Is Fifty Sue? Brother Eye Tells All In Today’s New 52: Futures End

New 52: Futures End has had a mysterious character, the young girl Fifty Sue with an impossible knowledge and godlike powers. And no clue as to who the hell she is. Well, in today’s issue, Brother Eye breaks it out. …

Taking A Hallucinatory Sniff Of Today’s Harley Quinn Annual

The comic may call it Cannbisylocibe =7-A, but in the UK I can confirm that it smells like pine, as the Christmas Tree symbol on the cover of the International version of Harley Quinn Annual #1 indicates. And here, to …

Jim Zub Talks About Pathfinder: City Of Secrets In Stores Today

Aaron Gillespie, writer of Purgatori #2, talks with Jim Zub about Pathfinder: City of Secrets #6, both on sale Oct. 29 AARON GILLSEPIE: What is your history with Pathfinder? Have you played and/or run the game? How much knowledge did …

And Finally… Mike Richardson To The Rescue Of Sin City’s Marv At New York Comic Con

Okay, I confess to finding a few odd photos on my phone, post New York Comic Con. So here’s a place to put a few of them. Such as discovering a tipped-over Marv figure at the Dark Horse booth. Much …

The International Harley Quinn Annual #1 Exchanges Cannabis For Christmas

This is the US version of the Harley Quinn Annual #1, sealed in a bag, with warnings regarding its cannabis-smelling nature. And this is the customs-friendly International version which has chosen a more festive flair. Ho ho ho.