Category Archives: Recent Updates

The Bleed Episode 9: Reading Neurocomic With Dr. Hana Ros And Dr. Matteo Farinella

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors Joseph Schmidt and Sam Morse. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, the latest comics, creator interviews and the pick of the week. This week we’re …

When The Going Gets Tough: A Creator In Need Still Needs Our Help

For those of you who have been following Seth Kushner’s struggle with aggressive onset Leukemia, and for the many, many members of the comics community who are his friends, it’s been a season of hard news following a season of …

Typing On The Dead #133: You Will Know Us, You Will Fear Us

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Typing on The Dead, Bleeding Cool’s Walking Dead recap column.  So after last month’s action packed slugfest we’re back to a bit of a slower pace with Kirkman  setting up the board for things to come.  While not as kinetic as previous …

‘Having The Spotlight Is Definitely A New Experience’ – Robbi Rogriguez Talks The Rise Of Spider-Gwen At NYCC

By Brian Goldberg Robbi Rodriguez took the time to answer some questions for me and his fans about his experience at NYCC 2014.  His work on Edge of Spider-Verse #2 with writer Jason Latour has become one of the big …

It’s A Paolo Rivera Process Art Extravaganza For The Valiant!

The Valiant is coming. A prestige-format 4 issue limited series specifically designed, as we learned at New York Comic Con, to be an open door for new Valiant readers and an action-packed team-up book for fans of the Valiant universe. …

Tonight, Ask Rian Hughes Everything About Multiversity. He Won’t Mind, Honest.

Tonight, Rian Hughes is appearing at Gosh Comics in London, on behalf of the centre for adult learning, City Lit. Hughes is well known for his design and advertising work, his typographical work and for his comics work, three spheres …

The Side Quest Geek Bar In Cleveland Is A Home Away From Home

By Dylan Gonzalez Cleveland already has some history with nerd culture, it being the home of a little known superhero named Clark Kent. In addition to being the origin of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Schuster, Cleveland (rather Lakewood, …

Live From The Comic Shop! Returns With Edward Scissorhands, Oddly Normal, And Legends Of Baldur’s Gate

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra In times past, Hannah Means-Shannon ran the weekly column Live From The Comic Shop! at Conquest Comics in Bayville, New Jersey. Editorial duties shut that down, but now a new champion has arisen from among Bleeding …

Could We See The Return Of Superman’s Underwear In January?

By Dimitrios Haritos I was talking with my dad about the DC Comic January 2015 solicits (which I’ve been doing for almost 30 years now) and he pointed out something  that I hadn’t noticed. In all of the regular comic …

Disney’s Frozen Graphic Novel Gets Over 100,000 Preorders

We reported that Joe Books had the rights to create a graphic novel based on Disney’s blockbuster, Frozen. In fact it’s technically known as a Cinebook, panels created directly from the frames of a movie, then lettered and composed like …

Today, DC Comics Says Batman Is Gay. Discuss.

Multiversity: The Just #1 is out today, by Grant Morrison and Ben Oliver. A couple of years ago, Grant Morrison told Playboy, He’s very plutonian in the sense that he’s wealthy and also in the sense that he’s sexually deviant. …

What We Learned From DC TV Last Week – Flash’s Three Dads And Ominous Reappearances

By Hilton Collins The Flash has multiple daddy issues, and Tommy Merlyn’s back! But is Barry Allen fast enough to juggle all those chaotic father figures? And does Oliver Queen’s best friend’s reappearance mean a lot more than it seems? …

Sweet Release! Bayonetta 2, Civilization Beyond Earth, Fantasy Life, Samurai Warriors 4, Shadow Warrior, Disney Fantasia Music Evolved, Legend of Korra, Devil’s Dare

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back gentle reader, it’s time for another roundup of those video game disks that all the kids like so much.  While last week re-packaging and last generation consoles were all the rage this week is skewing a bit more towards …

Dean Haspiel Invokes A Silver Age Comics Bio For Emcee MF Doom At Red Bull Music Academy

Dean Haspiel is never still. When I asked him recently what he was currently working on, he said Fox Hunt for Dark Circle Comics at Archie with Mark Waid, Garbage Pail Kids for IDW, and a couple more specific projects …

A Comic Show – Harley Quinn Has No Arkham Manors!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom, I’m back with another weekly A Comic Show just seven days after the last one! This week DC Comics released several new books, and gave Harley and Constantine …

The Tintin Ebola Connection That Makes For A Very Strange Story

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu Way back in 1976, Peter Piot, a researcher at a lab in Antwerp was a young scientist and was part of the team that discovered the Ebola virus back then in Africa. In a nice, long …

Stormtroopers Pounce On Main Street – Independent Cons Grow In The Midlands With Leamington Spa Comic Con

Leamington Spa Comic Con 2014 By Olly MacNamee With nearly 1000 people through the doors of this inaugural crowd funded fan event, I would say Leamington Spa Comic Con was a resounding success and brought a splash of colour and …

Secret Wars Turns 30 – A Look Back At Marvel’s First Major Inter-Title Crossover

By Rob Mclaughlin Yes its that long ago – Marvel’s first major inter-title crossover hits 30 years old and while this not only make me feel very old indeed this epic 12 issue series has been the template for comic …