Category Archives: Recent Updates

Dark Horse To Adapt Fate/Zero Into English, Introducing Saber To The USA

In December, Dark Horse is adapting the Fate/Zero manga into English. Originally this was a prose prequel to the Fate/Stay Night visual novel – a very popular project itself never translated, though with a popular bootleg subscription. Fate/Zero was made …

San Diego To Die For: A (Late-ish) Comic-Con 2014 Diary

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu As a lifelong reader, collector of comic books (and BleedingCooler), a trip to San Diego for the annual gathering called Comic-Con was bound to be embarked upon at some point. So, when the stars aligned, so …

Lumberjanes Never Fear, Adam WarRock Is Here

By Julz Hendricks Adam WarRock, known for his geek inspired music, has created one of a kind niche nerd core songs that are absolutely “rapturous”. His newest song Lumberjanes has just been released, based on the hit comic by Grace …

Grant Morrison Comics: What If There’s No Secret Message?

By Nas Hoosen I remember an article about Batman #655, Grant Morrison’s first issue of what would become his seven-year Batman run, from around the time that issue hit shelves. I can’t remember who published it anymore but one thing …

The Look Of San Diego Comic Con, With A Cochlear Implant Upgrade!

Kirk Staley went to San Diego Comic Con on behalf of Bleeding Cool. Our Senior Deaf Correspondent, he brings a rare perspective to the show. On San Diego Comic Con 2014 Preview Night, there was a lot of disorganisation to …

The Return Of One Of Marvel’s Earliest Graphic Novels – A Sailor’s Story By Sam Glanzman

Once upon a time, there were a line of Marvel Comics graphic novels. Or novellas really. Superheroes, sure, a smattering of Heavy Metal style sorcery, the occasional violent bloodbath and… A Sailor’s Story by Sam Glanzman. It stuck out rather. …

The Castle Of Horror Podcast Presents: Exorcist III (Legion)

By Jason Henderson, Drew Edwards, Tony Salvaggio, and Julia Guzman   Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Castle of Horror Podcast tonight, a weekly internet radio show where professional writers in the comics, games and book industries take a look at …

Film Schooling – Insider Insights On Indy Filmmaking: Selling Your Film By Approaching Sales Agents And Distributors

By Chris Hood (This is Part Twenty-Four of an ongoing series to help educate aspiring filmmakers on the process of making their first film. Previous articles in this series can be found at BleedingCool.com and MovieIndustry.com) Parts: 1, 2, 3, …

SPX Debuts – Ignatz Award-Nominated ‘London-Set Flapper Mystery’ The Black Feather Falls

Small Press Expo this weekend in Bethesda, Maryland, is going to have gorgeous creator-owned comics galore, and one of them to keep an eye on is The Black Feather Falls, now debuting in Book Two in the USA, by Ellen …

‘Everything In The Book Has Happened To Me’ – Talking With S. Steven Struble About L’il Depressed Boy

By Alex Wilson The comic book medium is not known for tackling the serious issue of depression and the pitfalls of relationships even though they are some of the most prevalent problems that weigh on the minds of not just …

Typing On The Dead #131 – Sophia Greene Brings It On

By Jared Cornelius Welcome Back to Typing on The Dead, Bleeding Cool’s Walking Dead recap column.  Last month lots of pieces started falling into place as to where the story’s going, and one revelation in particular threatened to change the game completely for Rick …

This Captain America Is Not By Jack Kirby

No, this Captain America sketch, though signed from Jack Kirby, is not by Jack Kirby. Not even a little bit. That doesn’t stop it being sold on eBay as if it were by Jack Kirby for $2000 Australian dollars. The listing …

Second Teaser: An Astonishing New Project By Alan Moore From Avatar Press

Alan Moore’s next masterpiece will be revealed Monday 9/15.

School Yourself On Comics At Wizard World Richmond With Kevin Eastman And Marvel Comics At 75

If you’re headed out to Wizard World Richmond this weekend, there’s some strong programming that keeps comics in focus, with a particular focus on comic historians and comic artists talking about the industry and their craft. Don’t miss out on …

The Bleed Episode 4: Reading Ray Fawkes’ The People Inside With Ales Kot

The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors David Dissanayake, Joseph Schmidt, and Sam Morse. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, books to check out, and to delve into our pick of the week with a new creator …

SPX Debuts – Rift Is Just A Little Bit Magical

Small Press Expo has a massive tradition of debuts, and Bleeding Cool has a window onto some fine examples leading up to the Expo this weekend. Carey Pietsch, developing on her Keepsakes series that also had a debut at MoCCA …

‘Stop The Slut Shaming’ – A Cosplay Interview With Loki Of Venus

By Andrea “Yunie” McFall Joining with Cosplay Blog with a Brain, this is our next cosplayer interview, featuring Loki of Venus! She’s a lovely cosplayer from Colorado, who has mastered the ability to play gender roles insanely well in costume! …

Femme Fatales Reign Supreme In Jules Feiffer’s Kill My Mother

By Cameron Hatheway When you were younger, did you ever tell your mother that you hated her? That you wished she was dead? You might still feel the same way, and if that’s the case I’m sorry this article is …