Category Archives: Review

Homage And Evolution In Infinity Man And The Forever People

By Christopher Helton Dan Didio gets a lot of grief over the management side of his work at DC Comics, but I have enjoyed his comic writing work at the company, particularly the OMAC reboot that he did with artist …

Reading Raven Nevermore

Richard Caldwell writes, People still self-publish without crowd-funders? Is that even possible anymore? Raven Nevermore #1, Chapter One: Days of Yore is the debut issue of Nuno Teixeira‘s poetic revelation of dark fantasy. Created, designed and written by Teixeira, illustrated …

Misfits Gives Us A “Five Years Later” For Its Final Episode

“Are you telling me the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles never killed some ignorant fucker for dropping litter or shitting in the street?” “No, they didn’t. Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatallo or Raphael would never have done any of those things, they lived …

Oh, The Inhumanity – A New Name For The Inhumans

Is it an Infinity crossover? Is it an Inhumanity crossover? The two things smooshed together so that it’s pretty hard to tell. Last week’s Avengers Assemble was an Inhumanity book, but it was telling the same kind of stories, about …

Win The Complete Seasons 1-5 Of Star Wars: The Clone Wars

With more copies of season 5 as extra prizes.

Sexy Time Travel Triumphs in Jess Fink’s We Can Fix It!

Jess Fink has been doing strange things with comics for some time now, and her new book released from Top Shelf this May doesn’t disappoint, which is good news for those who want to see her become even more bizarre …

Live From The Comic Shop: God is Dead, Baltimore: Infernal Train, 12 Reasons to Die

I’m joining you live from Conquest Comics in New Jersey, my local shop, and getting a gander at their books as they emerge from the boxes, and there are many boxes this week. In  fact, it’s a tidal wave of …

The Page That Totally Turned Kick Ass 3 #1 Around For Me

I rather enjoyed the first Kick Ass series by Mark Millar and John Romita Jr from Marvel. The second… not as much. Nor the Hit Girl spinoff. But Kick Ass 3? Is it Iron Man 3 or is it Godfather …

Six For Suicide Squad #20

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool I was always rather fond of Suicide Squad. The combination of moral ambiguity, superpowers and deniable espionage is a heady one and when the book’s at its best it reads like very little else …

Making The Panel Work For Its Supper: Chin Music #1 by Steve Niles and Tony Harris

Tomorrow sees the publication of Ten Grand #1 by JMS and Ben Templesmith, published by Image. I talked about it here. A private investigator in an undetermined city being hired to deal with crime, demons and angels, under the surface. …

Six Panels From Five Weapons One

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool I had my doubts about Five Weapons. I’ve suffered through quite enough ‘It’s Harry Potter but they fight!’ ‘It’s Harry Potter but they’re all already dead!’ ‘It’s Harry Potter just with cake baking!’ nonsense …

From Fringe To September

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Fringe, much like BBC Radio 4 (Trust me, I’m going somewhere with this) is a perfect example of what happens when you leave something alone to grow and develop on its own terms. What …

Cammy’s Covers – From Adventure Time to X-Men: Legacy

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool Star Wars #1 by Alex Ross With the launch of a new series, who better to illustrate your cover than Alex Ross? Now while it seems Ross is already illustrating every other cover for …

Reviewing Warren Ellis: Captured Ghosts

Greg Baldino writes for Bleeding Cool As I write this, Warren Ellis’ second novel Gun Machine has made it onto the New York Times bestseller list five days after its release. That’s not bad. It’s an accolade that arrives between …

Getting Your Swerve On – A Review

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool While I was never a fan of professional wrestling, I definitely remember feeling its presence in middle school. It had always been on television, but the friends I was hanging out with at the …

Cammy’s Covers – From Amazing Spider-Man to Mara

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool Mara #1 by Ming Doyle It’s the very simple color palette Doyle uses that grabs my attention, and keeps my eyes glued to this cover. Her raw style adds to the tone of this …

The Bleeding Cool Review – Promised Land

Matt Damon and John Krasinski want you to stop that fracking. Stop it. Now.

Last Week’s Comics In Thirty Four Panels

The internet’s most opinionated (and Greek) comics column.  By Dr Manolis V. GREEK, LIKE MORBIUS Morbius? Michael Morbius, pasty-rat-faced vampire in a unitard, THAT Michael Morbius? According to AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #699.1 (really MORBIUS #0.1 a backdoor pilot to the upcoming Joe …