Category Archives: Recent Updates

Joe Quinones Shares His 6th Grade Mario Paint Wolverine, Spider-Man, Batman, And Spawn

The Nerdy Show run an excellent site, and recently shared this piece with Bleeding Cool, thinking it might tickle the fancy of superhero comic fans and animators alike: Every artist has got to get a start somewhere, right? But all-star …

Saga #24: The Return Of Lying Cat, Sophie, Gwendolyn, And The Will, And A Round Of Applause For Fiona Staples!

By Christine Marie Vinciquarra [*Mild spoilers for Saga #24 below!] Finally! After five issues, Lying Cat, Sophie, Gwendolyn and The Will are back! Thank you Brian K. Vaughan, thank you so much. I totally understand now why he did what …

CYSBR – Comics You Should Be Reading! Black Science And Mind MGMT

By Sammie Rice Greetings, readers! Welcome to the weekly column where I will be talking about comics YOU should be reading! My name is Sammie and I’m going to be your pilot through this excellent journey of comic book goodness! …

The Terror! Witness Craig Yoe’s Weird Love For Horror Comics And Their Enduring Legacy

Live from somewhere inside a decaying castle with angry hoards outside, flaming torches and pitchforks at the ready, the horror comic enthusiast, comic creator extraordinaire and editor of many historically important but maddeningly strange and artistically brilliant volumes of bone-chilling …

It’s The Halloween Interview With Mike Mignola! Returning To Classic Hellboy And Old School Horror With A Master Storyteller

Who better to celebrate Halloween with here on Bleeding Cool than Mike Mignola? Recently, the 13 Days of Hellboy event really demonstrated the breadth and scope of the Hellboy Universe, and the seemingly endless variety of tales that can be …

Celebrating Clive Barker’s Contributions To Horror

By Brandon Engel Clive Barker burst onto the horror scene in the 1980s with his The Books of Blood series, and he immediately began receiving praise from the industry’s heaviest hitters, including Stephen King. Instead of remaining content with his …

Terra Battle Is A Forward-Thinking RPG

By Sage Ashford I’ll admit that when Final Fantasy creator Hironobu Sakaguchi announced that his studio Mistwalker’s next project, Terra Battle, would be another mobile title, I was beyond skeptical: I was flat out uninterested.  I’ve long been a detractor …

The Bleed Episode 10: Reading The Little Prince With Ryan Burton, Danni Norris And Chase Magnett

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. Back to basics …

Exorcising Prices – Digital Comics Deals For Hallowe’en 2014

Nothing says Hallowe’en more than reading digital comics in the dark, only lit by the glow of a tablet… and here’s a way to get a bunch cheap. The Sequential App is giving away 666 copies of David Hine‘s graphic …

Southern Bastards #5: Same Great Taste, Just As Filling

By Alex Mansfield It’s important to take a rest after a big meal. Let everything settle, work its way through the digestive tract before digging into that waiting slice of pie. And after that huge heap of raw, ensanguined ribs …

Candy Shortage Leads To Candy Snatching In Costume Quest Graphic Novel

By Cameron Hatheway Halloween: the one time of year when the rest of the world cosplays along with us. The only real difference is the obscene amount of candy. Just in time for all things tricky and treaty comes Costume …

Gendercrunching August 2014 – The Big Two Fall From August Last Year But Variant Covers Show Some Developments

By Tim Hanley The overall percentage of female creators at DC and Marvel dropped in August, resulting in one of the lowest combined totals since this project began more than three years ago, with both publishers in single digits. We …

Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition Is The Same, High Quality Game As Before

By Sage Ashford Though I’ll confess to not playing nearly as many games as I should, Sleeping Dogs was arguably my game of the generation for the WiiPS360 era. Combining solid gameplay with a gripping story and set in 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 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 …

Sweet Release! Sunset Overdrive, Lords Of The Fallen, Castlevania VC, Assassin’s Creed Collection, TMNT: Danger Of The Ooze, Freedom Wars, WWE 2K15, NBA Live 15

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back game-boys and game-girls, it’s time to find out what you’ll be dropping your hard earned cash on this week for those home computer math machines. This week we have a clear frontrunner for the top spot, and a console …