Category Archives: Recent Updates

Mimi Pond’s Over Easy From Drawn & Quarterly Serenades The 70′s

By Ed Saul “I had desperately wanted to be a hippie, but now I could see that ship had sailed.” So says Mimi Pond in a beautifully-arranged panel of Over Easy, her comic memoir, while discussing the dawn of that …

Bleeding Cool Hosts J.H. Williams III Talking Process On Sandman: Overture And His Life In Art At Asbury Park Comic Con – With Full Audio

When I got an e-mail last January while traveling in the UK from Cliff Galbraith, one of the co-founders of Asbury Park Comic Con asking me if I would be interested in hosting a panel with J.H. Williams III in …

Tales Of the Four Colour Closet – The MCU: Why It Gotta Be White (Heterosexual And Male)?

By Joe Glass If there’s one thing that has bothered me about the Marvel Cinematic Universe, and it’s really pretty much the only thing as Marvel Studios are doing a frankly incredible job really building something that had not really …

An Army Of Ghosts Takes Over London – Interviewing The Ghosts Collective

By Alasdair Stuart The Ghosts are a collection of some of the very best comic writers and artists working on the UK Indie scene. They’ll introduce themselves to you below and to London on April 14th. That’s when CULT, their …

Get A Doctor Who Comic Especially For You

Titan Comics are arranging a boatload of Doctor Who customizable covers for the launch of their two new series, Tenth Doctor and Eleventh Doctor. Retailers have to commit to buying five hundred issues of one or the other (or both). Here’s the mock up of …

Preview This Week’s 2000AD And Judge Dredd Megazine – From Mega-City Confidential To Faustus

This week it’s another double-bill, with 2000AD’s Prog #1877 and Judge Dredd Megazine #347 both being released in print on Wednesday in the UK and digitally worldwide, with print in the USA slightly later. 2000AD Prog #1877 features Judge Dredd: …

The SML Podcast – Talking Smash Bros., Borderlands, Killer Instinct, PAX East, The Last of Us, And More

By Joe Cammissa Monday night is here and it’s time for The SML Podcast Episode 61: Cooking Christie here on Bleeding Cool! This week, Kris Huber and I are joined by our friend Christie Tiegen, also known as KatOnTheBoards. We …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Sinestro To Ultimate FF, Ms. Marvel And More

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. Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter …

Orbiting Around Captain America – Celebrating Kirby, Waid, Brubaker, Latour And More

Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to another special episode of The Orbiting Pod! With the new movie Captain America: The Winter Soldier in cinemas worldwide, we’ve decided to …

Asbury Park Comic Con’s Carousel Comics Performance Gets Totally NSFW

The live “Carousel Slide Show” performance of comics at Asbury Park Comic Con arranged by R. Sikoryak (Masterpiece Comics) and Kriota Willberg (and expert in cartoon anatomy) in their series of Carousel performances that are often staged in New York …

Beyond 90′s Vigilante Nostalgia In X: Volume One’s ‘Big Bad’

By Jared Cornelius It’d been a long time since I’d heard of the Dark Horse Comics character X.  I was aware the character existed, I remember whispers of him in the 90′s as a dark brooding vigilante when such things were as common …

What It Really Means To Be An Indie Comics Creator – Box Brown, Andrew Aydin, Miss Lasko Gross, And Charles Forsman At Asbury Park Comic Con

It was a sunny, warm, if slightly windy day on the coast of New Jersey for the Asbury Park Comic Con on Saturday, and I made my way to report on the “Graphic Novels and the Indie Perspective” panel at …

Skybound And Its Ghost President, J.J. Didde

Skybound is the studio created by Robert Kirkman and published through Image Comics. Best known for the best selling The Walking Dead comic (and this week, the barnstorming Invincible) it has a president, JJ Didde, credited on all their books. Didde is described …

My Search For A Lost British Girl’s Comic Series – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh (UPDATE)

Adi Tantimedh writes, There’s a lot of admirable scholarship on the history of British comics that’s been done, but still not enough of British Girl’s comics. Back in the Sixties all the way to the Eighties, weekly girls’ comics were …

Things To Do in New York This Week If You Like Comics

Monday, April 14th The Society of Illustrators at 128 E. 63rd Street in New York City is hosting a series of educational classes with R. Sikoryak and Kriota Willberg on Anatomy for Cartoonists that starts Monday night from 6:30-9:00PM. The …

Lying In The Gutters – 14th April 2014 – Futures Spoiled

We’re in the run up to Free Comic Book Day, July Solicitations, Con Season, Scandal And Spoilers. And Bleeding Cool is finely attuned to find out what people are talking about, when and why. And this is what has piqued …

Genesis Is The Changing Face Of Image Comics – The Bleeding Cool Interview With Nathan Edmondson And Alison Sampson

Image Comics releases 64 page graphic novel Genesis this week and amid Image’s trademark swath of very individualistic books, Genesis stands apart for a number of reasons. It may well be the most visually unorthodox Image book I’ve read in …

Paul Bettany Is The Vision In Avengers Age Of Ultron, Discusses Role With Jimmy Kimmel

Using the comic book as a hard and fast guide of what he’ll be up to – or, perhaps more specifically, able to do – might not be the best idea.