Category Archives: Recent Updates

Comics And Cosplay Presents: Marvel’s Thor & Captain America – Real Diversity or Gimmick? And Costume Review

By Ian Mageto This Episode of Comics and Cosplay, Ian and Nel try having a Google Hangout in which they discuss whether or not the new black Captain America and female Thor are actual steps towards diversity in comics or …

The Four Horsemen Of The Apocalypse Finally Arrive, Battle For Hell And Earth Debuting From Titan At San Diego Comic Con

By Cameron Hatheway “Do you want to take a life? Do you want to cross that line? ‘Cause it’s a long way back from Hell And you don’t want to go with me!” – Glenn Danzig, Long Way Back From …

The Big Question Is Do We ‘Go Forth And Explore’? Scott Snyder Teases The Wake’s Final Issue

I try to decide now, looking back, what made me pick up the first issue of The Wake from Vertigo. The interesting logo caught my attention, the edgy color schemes of orange and yellow around it, the covers that suggested …

Talking New Image Book Low And The Futility of Existence With Rick Remender

By Emily Dare Wednesday sees the long-anticipated release of Rick Remender and Greg Tocchini’s new title from Image Comics:  Low.  Several months ago I had the chance to sit down with Rick and grill him about Low’s origins and inspirations. …

Super Genius Line From Papercutz Hints At A Major SDCC Announcement – Second Teaser

If you were here on Monday, you saw the first of Papercutz’ Super Genius line teasers suggesting a great deal of “Justice” involved in this new project, apparently returning after 20 years and by a big-name creator. Now we have …

The Night Before The Night Before San Diego Comic Con #DontKillSeanBean

Coming into San Diego Airport, you’re already at the con. As even the baggage conveyors want to let you in on the Comic Con experience. But it has one message to send…. It’s true, he does have a tendency to, …

The SML Podcast – Three Friends Join The Show For EVO 2014

By Joe Cammisa   Monday night is here and it’s time for The SML Podcast Episode 75: The Fighting Game Reunion Episode here on Bleeding Cool! It’s a full house, literally, this week as Kris and I are joined by …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Batman And Robin To Ragnarok, Supreme, Doctor Who, Velvet, Afterlife With Archie And More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Teen Titans, Dark Engine, Translucid, Black Market, Seconds, Life With Archie, Journey Into Mystery: Sif, And A Few Words For Those Who Can’t Handle Change In Funnybooks

This Week’s Comic Reviews Include: Teen Titans #1 Dark Engine #1 Translucid #4 Black Market #1 Seconds Life With Archie #36 Journey Into Mystery Featuring Sif Vol. 1 and 2 But first, a word or two directed to those who …

‘A Worthy Ballad To Sing A Graphic Love Song’ – Mack, Sienkiewicz, Allred And Many More On Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream

By Nikolai Fomich Locust Moon Press’ Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream Kickstarter has been a resounding success, having raised over $100,000 in less than four weeks. This all new anthology features strips inspired by Winsor McCay’s Little Nemo in Slumberland …

The School Of 5 Superhero Comic Program Saves The Lives Of Children In 23 Countries – Craig Yoe In The Bleeding Cool Interview

Cartoonist, archivist of great comics of the past, and parent, Craig Yoe is joining Stacie June of Unilever at San Diego Comic Con in an historic panel to introduce the comics community to a massive campaign, already underway, to help …

Avatar Press Announce Dark Gods From Justin Jordan And German Erramouspe For San Diego Comic Con

Justin Jordan, who has been keeping very busy with numerous multi-publisher projects, also recently wrote a story for God Is Dead for Avatar Press alongside Mike Costa, Alan Moore, Simon Spurrier, and Kieron Gillen. Now he’s returning to Avatar Press …

A Brief Overview of the Summer Anime Season – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, We’re in the midst of Summer where schools’ out in most parts of the world, and in Japan, that means a new season of anime series are now out. If you look up the listings, there are …

Super Genius Line From Papercutz Hints At A Major SDCC Announcement – First Teaser

There’s been an unprecedented degree of buzz coming our way from Papercutz regarding the announcement of a major addition to their Super Genius line, to be revealed on Wednesday, July 23rd right here on Bleeding Cool. While Papercutz is known …

San Diego Debut: The Contraptor

One of a series of articles looking at comics making their debut at this week’s San Diego Comic Con, What they are, who they are by, what they are about and how to find them! The Contraptor by Free Isabelo & …

Looking Into Radical, Dave Elliott, Alan Moore, Steve Moore And Hercules

Earlier this week, Bleeding Cool Editor-in-Chief Hannah Means-Shannon interviewed  Alan Moore, during which Moore expressed his extreme displeasure over the actions of Radical Studios regarding the Hercules movie staring The Rock. He alleged that they had mistreated his friend, Steve Moore, who had written the comic …

How To Celebrate Doctor Who Comics Day On July 26th All Over The World And On Social Media

Doctor Who Comics Day has been initiated all over the world by Titan Comics, coinciding with their release on July 23rd of two new Doctor Who comics series, Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor and Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor. There …

Comic Books Need A Revolution

Sean Michael Wilson writes, As the British Library comics exhibition is titled ‘Art and Anarchy’ I thought that I would write an article about how anarchy would really benefit us comic book creators, about how comics would flourish in an …