Category Archives: Recent Updates

The Witcher Has Its Very Own Fox Children

Open world game The Witcher III: Wild Hunt is being released next February 24. Which will give you six weeks gaming time until CD Projekt Red and Dark Horse Comics publish the tie in comic book The Witcher: Fox Children. Written by …

Lantern City – From TV Concept To Archaia Comic Book

Lantern City is not a television show. Not yet. But Bruce Boxleitner is planning for it to be one. As he says… And now it will be a comic book from Archaia, a twelve issue series, and the first such …

Pander Brothers’ Girlfiend For April Next Year

Your accusations of misogyny may start here. After all, it’s Pander Brothers, not Pander Sisters. But the creators are returning to comics with Girlfiend from Dark Horse next April. An original graphic novel about a human and his girlfriend finding romantic inspiration in fighting …

Booze Geek – Dead Rise And Zombi 2

By Dylan Gonzalez Beer: Dead Rise Brewery: Flying Dog Flying Dog was one of the breweries that got me into craft beer. They put some consistently solid brews and the occasional unique creation.  To celebrate the summer and the 75th …

Can’t Get Enough Roasted [Rocket] Raccoon: A Quick Review

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu Skottie Young, Jean-Francois Beaulieu and co. keep on dishing out what is by far the most fun comic book Marvel’s putting out today. The usual top-notch storytelling continues the tale which has Rocket Raccoon chasing after …

Followers Are The Deadliest Threat – The Kill Screen #2 Review

By Joe Glass Post-apocalypses, wasteland futures and the end times are not new ground in comics. In fact, they’re a fairly popular setting, and you can find a multitude of variations on the theme…it’s a fun sandbox to play in, …

Beats, Rhymes, Panels, And Pages At The Hip-Hop And Comics: Cultures Combining Panel At New York Comic Con

By Ra’Chaun Rogers Growing up in NYC two things were constant for me, comic books and Hip-Hop. Both cultures always seemed so naturally linked in my mind but seemed so far away in mainstream society, so it was greatly refreshing …

The Bleed Episode 8: Reading COPRA With Matt Kindt And Tucker Stone

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. This week we’re …

Talking Comics Takes On Banned Books Week Live At Broadmoore Library In Shreveport, Louisiana

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Our very own Bleeding Cool friends Talking Comics got involved in Banned Books Week in Shreveport, Louisiana by doing a live show at Broadmoor Library. Ain’t that the coolest? They hail from Excalibur Comics, …

Webcomic Spotlight: Ian Jay Hacks The Planet With 90′s Infused Anthro-Cyberpunk In Crossed Wires

By Jason Karlson Each and every single one of Ian Jay’s comic creations sounds like one of the greatest film that was never made, ever. The descriptions of each read like the fevered elevator pitch of some fresh-faced starry-eyed youngster …

Long Beach Comic Con Programming Brought Out Diversity, Writing Tips, Key Anniversaries, And Creating Dynamic Female Characters In Comics

By Michele Brittany A full schedule of panels throughout both days at the Long Beach Comic Con offered how to workshops, anniversary commemorations of popular comic IPs, as well as topical discussions about issues the industry faces today, and these …

A Cop With Realistic, Technology-Driven Superpowers – Dissecting Nowhere Man With Jerome Walford at New York Comic Con

By Shawn Perry ‘Sup from the Big City, Bleeders! Among the many creators that I had the pleasure of speaking with during New York Comic-Con one of the most impressive was Jerome Walford, creator of Nowhere Man. Walford is a …

Dawn Of The Unread: Zombies And Interactive Comics In The Classroom

By Olly MacNamee Released for free and online on the 8th of every month, Nottingham’s Dawn of The Unread is a brave venture into webcomics with a simple mission statement: get more people reading, encourage better literacy levels. Created by …

Finally Ready To Talk About Batgirl #35 (UPDATE From Brenden Fletcher)

Christine Marie Vinciquarra As most of you know, the Batgirl series has been taken over by a new creative team consisting of, Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher, and Babs Tarr. Their first issue, #35, was released last Wednesday, and it has taken me …

The Annual Autumn Long Beach Comic Con Continues To Hit The Spot, Plus Photogallery

By Michele Brittany The last weekend of September heralded the return of the sixth annual Long Beach Comic Con (LBCC), organized once again by Martha Donato, co-founder and executive director, and Phil Lawrence co-founder and sales director. The two-day con …

A Piggy’s Tale # 3 Shows Us That A Hero Comes In All Sizes

By Julz Hendricks There are so many things to love about A Piggy’s Tale. It’s all ages, has an encouraging message, and its main character is a brave superhero dog. Piggy is not just a story though, but a real …

IDW’s Blaze Brothers Is Soaked With Blood, Adrenaline…And Fun

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu From the get-go, I was tempted to place the Blaze Brothers comic book on a shelf with all kinds of pop culture mainstays like buddy movies, revenge thrillers or even some Korean films. As I went …

Rising From The East: 6 New Comics From India Reviewed

By Akshay Dhar Thank’s to everyone who’s checking this article out – it’s a companion piece to the recent post covering the Bangalore Comic Con 2014 and is basically a run-down of all the newly released comics that I was …