Category Archives: Recent Updates

Go On – Let’s Have An Annotated Reading Of Multiversity #1

By Sage Ashford Multiversity has been on my most-anticipated list from the moment it was first announced.   As a child I was always fascinated with the idea of alternate universes–how history could have diverged and developed differently from what we’re …

If Wayward Isn’t The Next Saga, It Will Be A Damn Criminal Shame

By Christopher Helton I want to get the hyperbole out of the way at the beginning of this: If Wayward, the new Image comic from Jim Zub and Steve Cummings isn’t the next Saga, it will be a damn criminal …

Gendercrunching June 2014 – Including Nationality And Ethnicity At The Big Two

By Tim Hanley After posting the higher percentage of female creators for six straight months, DC was finally toppled by Marvel in June. DC took a tumble while Marvel gained slightly, and it all was enough for Marvel to finally …

The Star Mage Meets His Match – JC de la Torre Talks The Series Finale, Doctor Who, Upcoming Projects And Hollywood Interest

The sci-fi magical epic about a boy taking on the vastness of a strange universe in search of his missing father, Star Mage, wraps up its current arc next week in Issue #6 and in the issues leading up to …

Managing The Mind Of Matt Kindt: Performance Art, Jeff Lemire, And Mind MGMT #25

Liz Hey interviews Mind MGMT creator Matt Kindt: With one of the most intricately constructed stories on the market, it must be difficult for Mind MGMT writer and artist Matt Kindt to manage his own thoughts. Surely, Kindt’s Dark Horse …

Our Resident Alien Returns And Electricomics Goes Cabaret – Talking With Peter Hogan About Life On Earth

Last week saw the return of the Eisner Award-winning anthology Dark Horse Presents in a new stream-lined format renumbered at Issue #1, and it contained what can certainly be described as an all-star line up of talent from Geoff Darrow …

Erik’s Weekly Watch – Erik Versus The Doctor (You Know Who)

By Erik Grove Welcome back to another edition of Erik’s Weekly Watch! Next week I’m going to start diving into the Fall TV season with some picks and recommendations for the best new TV shows but this week brings a …

Are Batman And Gordon A Couple In Teen Titans Go!?

Batman and Commissioner Gordon have made a few very brief appearances in Teen Titans Go! Laughing outrageously together watching traffic go by, fishing and watching the fireworks together (also laughing outrageously). But yesterday’s episode, Slumber Party, may have given a …

The Power And Posters Of Protest

This hasn’t got a lot to do with comics. Okay, maybe a bit. But a short video about the history of the protest poster, from the Suffragettes to the present day, including all sorts of interesting design elements might provide …

From Witcher 3 To Evolve: The Biggest Game Delays Of 2014

By Sage Ashford Like every other industry, game delays are actually pretty common.  Most are usually small–a delay of maybe a month to bang out last minute problems.  But then there are others that can completely change everything for both …

The Bleed Episode #2: Reading East Of West With Brandon Montclare Of Rocket Girl

The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors Joseph Schmidt, David Dissanayake, and Erik Grove. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, the latest comics, and the pick of the week. This week, we’re discussing East of West by Nick Dragotta and Jonathan Hickman. In …

How Not To Make It ‘About Me’ – Helping A Creator In Need At Seth Kushner’s Save Our Schmuck Benefit In New York

This is probably going to be overly-honest discussion about extraordinary photographer and comics writer Seth Kushner’s “Save Our Schmuck Benefit” that took place at Union Hall in Brooklyn, New York on Tuesday night, but the New York comics community are …

Talking With Matt Wagner About Grendel Vs. The Shadow, Classic Characters, And Reading New Comics

By Joshua Stone When I went to my first SDCC in 1999, I was often able to sit down and actually have a conversation with an artist or writer whose work I enjoyed and respected. Over the years the opportunities …

Advance Review: Roche Limit #1 From Image, Plus Preview

Billionaire Langford Skaargard’s dream of cosmic exploration is no more and Roche Limit, a colony situated on the cusp of a mysterious energy anomaly, has become a melting pot of crime and terrible secrets. When Bekkah Hudson goes missing, the …

‘The Universe Is Actively Out To Torture And Destroy Us’ In Dark Gods – Justin Jordan In The Bleeding Cool Interview

Justin Jordan’s new project, Dark Gods, was announced at SDCC for November release from Avatar Press, with a teaser image from artist German Erramouspe which made it clear that we are dealing with both a horror comic and something quite …

Looking Back On Gamescom: The Biggest Surprises, The Strangest Games, And Why This Year Trumped Last Year

By Sage Ashford Gamescom is a video game trade show held annually in Germany that’s often billed as the “world’s largest” due to the public nature that runs contrary to the U.S.-based annual fair, E3.  The conference was held this …

A Comic Show – Star-Lord, Superman, And Saga!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom, here’s the new A Comic Show video. I’m Aaron of A Comics Shop, filming in our Geek Easy bar. This week’s Guardians of the Galaxy features Star-Lord’s secret …

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Bob’s Burgers, Futures End, Godzilla And More!

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: This week there were so many great books! Some great #1′s …