Category Archives: Recent Updates

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Guardians Of The Galaxy To Mercenary Sea And Low

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They say: Holy cow was this a great week for comics! Foxi called …

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, …

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 …

Marvel, Fox, And What We’re Calling The Blue Aliens Now

By Nas Hoosen [*Incredibly minor Guardians of the Galaxy spoilers below] If you’re a Marvel Studios exec, I’ll bet there are days you want to kick someone over the contracts signed during the company’s bankruptcy. Specifically those that handed over …

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 …

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 …

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, …

So About That New Constantine Pilot At San Diego Comic Con – With Brief Teases From David S. Goyer

By Ray Flook   Heading into San Diego Comic-Con with a pilot that “somehow” (I’ll explain that later…) found its way onto several torrent sites  and a major shake-up in the show’s casting (Lucy Griffith‘s Liv Aberdine replaced by Angelica …

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

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

Bioware Shows Off A New Hero With A New Ride At San Diego Comic Con

By Dan Celko Madeline Ricchiuto and I got our first glimpse into the world of the new Mass Effect game currently in development by Bioware. The Mass Effect panel at San Diego Comic Con was nearly impossible to get into, …

Live(ish) From The Games Shop: The Last of Us Remastered, Rogue Legacy, Crypt Of The Necrodancer, Zen Pinball 2 Guardians of The Galaxy

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Live(ish) From The Games Shop.  With San Diego Comic Con and E3 out of the way, it looks like we’re finally in the home stretch of summer.  I know we have a whole month left, but one of …

A Comic Show – With Outcast, Low, Sandman, And Bodies, Who Needs Heroes?

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back from San Diego Comic-Con and ready to talk New Comics Now on A Comic Show! Okay, first I talk some about the con, then it’s Kirkman’s …

Actual Vampire Hunt In Scotland In the 50′s Inspires Graphic Novel – Talking With Children’s Vampire Hunting Brigade At San Diego Comic Con

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent It is said that truth is often stranger than fiction and in 1954, a group of children went searching in the Glasgow Southern Necropolis cemetery for the “Gorbals Vampire” (Gorbals is …

Orbiting Around Guardians Of The Galaxy With The Cosmic Catalog Of Comics

Welcome to another Special Episode of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we shoot for the stars and tackle the two bands of misfits that have called themselves the Guardians of the Galaxy. We begin our intergalactic journey with Guardians of …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Storm, Steed And Mrs. Peel, Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor, Supreme: Blue Rose, Hacktivist, The Midas Flesh, Transformers Vs. GI Joe, Life With Archie, Afterlife With Archie, Ragnarok

This week’s titles include: Storm #1 Steed and Mrs. Peel: We’re Needed #1 Groo Vs. Conan #1 Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1 Supreme: Blue Rose #1 Hacktivist TPB The Midas Flesh #8 Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe #1 Life With …

Back To Marvel’s Future

Back in 2011, Marvel comics gave us a glimpse of the future. One we haven’t seen for a while. At the end of Captain America Reborn we saw this apocalyptic future with heroes slain all over, written by Ed Brubaker. Then in …

The Anarchic Origins Of The Comic Strip At San Diego Comic Con – With Denis Kitchen And RC Harvey

By Michele Brittany Would you believe that our modern superheroes originate from a spirit of anarchy? Sunday Press Books editor Peter Maresca hosted the Origins of the Comic Strip: The Untold Story of Artists and Anarchy, 1895 – 1915 panel …

The SML Podcast – Video Game Composer/Violinist Jeff Ball Joins The Insanity


By Joe Cammisa   Monday night is here and it’s time for The SML Podcast Episode 76: Jeff Ball’s Potato Salad Remix here on Bleeding Cool! This week, we are very honored to be joined by famed video game composer …