Category Archives: Review

More Princeless

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool While 2012 whittles down to the end of the world, it certainly was a fantastic year for Jeremy Whitley and Princeless; It won Glyph Awards for “Best Heroine,” “Best Writer,” and “Best Story,” as …

Grace Randolph’s Stacktastic: Where In The World Are The Wolverine Trade Paperbacks? (UPDATE)

UPDATE: Marvel write to say, basically, “Here! Here are the Wolverine trade paperbacks!” FEB120685     WOLVERINE WOLVERINE’S REVENGE TP     $16.99 AUG110709   WOLVERINE WOLVERINES REVENGE PREM HC     $24.99 NOV110645   WOLVERINE WOLVERINE VS X-MEN TP        $15.99 JUN110774     WOLVERINE WOLVERINE GOES TO HELL TP           …

Cammy’s Covers – From Fairest to Willow

Cameron Hatheway writes for Bleeding Cool Fairest #10 by Adam Hughes Oh deer! So if you’re a regular reader of this column, you’ll know of my infatuation with these Adam Hughes Fairest covers. They’re always featuring a beautiful scantily clad …

Fan Review of The Art of Todd McFarlane

Jeffrey Sutman writes for Bleeding Cool I pre-ordered The Art of Todd McFarlane : The Devils in the Details  on August 16, 2010 from Amazon.  So when I got confirmation that it had shipped; and finally received it in the …

AAAA! A FoxTrot Kids Edition Review

Cameron Hatheway writes for BleedingCool I was fortunate enough to attend Bill Amend’s panel at Comic-Con this past summer (he was a special guest, you know), and just hearing him speak with passion about illustrating FoxTrot for the past 24 …

Comeback For A Review

Comeback #1 – by Ed Brisson, Michael Walsh and Jordie Bellaire  A Review by Eliot Cole This review started out very differently in my mind. But before we go there, I should just say that I rather like Comeback quite …

Where Is The “Where is Jake Ellis?” Review? Here

Kyle Rogers writes for Bleeding Cool Last year’s “Who Is Jake Ellis?” was, for my money, one of the best comics published in 2011. It combined deft & confident writing, excellent artwork, a strong high-concept hook and well-written action that …

Lot 13 Deserves A Lot Of Attention

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool The movie studios were baffled when Year One  bombed at the box office. “Michael Cera! You love him! Jack Black! You love him! Look! It’s them together,” they probably screamed at paltry theater receipts. …

Storm Dogs Makes For A Top Dog

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool; Sometimes my heart breaks for Alan Moore. He’s said in the past that he doesn’t read any comics that are coming out today, which means that he’s probably not gotten a look at Storm …

Don’t Hide Your Dead Roots

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool I write this review from a place of neutrality. I don’t want you to think that I’m one of “those” kids. You know what I mean. Those zombie type kids. Not zombie in the …

Review: Spirit Of The Law by Brandon Seifert and Michael Montenat

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool Brandon Seifert and Michael Montenat’s Spirit of the Law (out for Halloween exclusively through comiXology from MonkeyBrain Comics) sports a cover image of a woman with her eyes covered by a cloth and she’s …

Review: Image’s Hallowe’en Eve

Alex Wilson writes for Bleeding Cool; Halloween Eve, written by Brandon Montclare and art by Amy Reeder, follows the adventures of a costume store clerk the day before Halloween. This Image book starts out with our heroine completely disheartened by …

Why The Walking Dead Is Out And Saga Is In

Alex Wilson writes for Bleeding Cool; Comics should always be a source of amusement for their reader. After all, comics are a part of the entertainment industry and when a comic becomes uninteresting people stop reading it. An old saying …

Love And Sex With Amour And The Sessions At The London Film Festival

Two tearjerkers from opposite sides of the spectrum.

Sinister – The Bleeding Cool Review

Bring your own sofa to hide behind.

Batman Zero Review: Fear And Inspiration

Will Romine writes; SPOILER/BAD PUNS/GRATUITOUS ALLITERATION ALERT!! Zero month is upon us. To celebrate, I’ve “zeroed-in” on Batman #0, kindly given to me by Scott Snyder this past weekend at Baltimore Comic Con. To be honest, if a 6’2 starfish …

Review: Wolverine And The X-Men #15

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool; This month’s Wolverine and the X-men (#15 for those keeping score at home) is way better than it has any business being. Why is that you may wonder. It’s not that the book SHOULD …

Review: Debris #2

Louis Falcetti writes for Bleeding Cool; Is writing comics that easy or does Kurtis Wiebe just make it seem that way? The man drops two new books this week from Image/Shadowline, Grim Leaper and debris. While Leaper concludes it’s weirdo, …