Category Archives: TV

Benedict Cumberbatch – No Comment To Star Trek 3, No To Star Wars 7 And, Finally, ‘Penguin’.

From the Graham Norton Show on BBC 1 tonight, with Benedict Cumberbatch, Miranda Hart and Timothy Spall. So for Benedict, more Sherlock in 2015. No comment on being in the next Star Trek. But no he’s not in Star Wars …

Erik’s Weekly Watch – Return to Gotham, Not the Comic Book Show We Deserve

By Erik Grove Thanks for coming back for another edition of Erik’s Weekly Watch! This week I’m returning to Fox’s Gotham after letting it develop a little bit. It may be difficult to do but we need to be honest …

What We Learned From DC TV Last Week – Flash’s Three Dads And Ominous Reappearances

By Hilton Collins The Flash has multiple daddy issues, and Tommy Merlyn’s back! But is Barry Allen fast enough to juggle all those chaotic father figures? And does Oliver Queen’s best friend’s reappearance mean a lot more than it seems? …

And Marvel’s Big Post-SHIELD Announcement Is…The New Broadcast Premier Of Avengers: Age of Ultron Trailer Next Week

As we noted earlier today, an e-mail was sent out letting press know that after the airing of tonight’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D at 9EST/8C there would be an announcement made by Marvel. We wondered if it pertained to the air …

Mike Collins’ Storyboards From Doctor Who: Flatline For The ‘Addams Family’ Bit

These are Mike Collins‘ storyboards from the last episode of Doctor Who, Flatline, the one that everyone seems to think is the best episode of the season. And one of the best scenes has to be when the Doctor, trapped …

The Invaders: Angie’s Blog, An All-Ages Science Fiction Webseries – Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, One thing I like about NYCC is to walk around and stumble upon something completely new that I never heard of. That was how I was introduced to the booth for the all-ages webseries The Invaders: Angie’s …

NYCC 2014: Stephen Amell’s Q&A Does Not Fail New York City

By Paul Gullas With Arrow’s season premiere airing the night before NYCC began, it may have been a little surprising that there wasn’t an official panel for the hit CW show at New York Comic Con 2014. But there was …

Star Wars Rebels Are Rising Episode 2: Droids In Distress

By Jeremy Konrad The series proper premiere of Star Wars Rebels was this past Monday, and with it came our first look at what to expect on a week to week basis from the show. After a very successful feature …

Mike Collins, The Guy Who Storyboarded Doctor Who: Flatline, And Jamie Mathieson, Who Wrote It

Congratulations, to Mike Collins. The guy who drew the Kate Middleton half of my Royal Wedding biographical comic book *and, you know, a few other things besides over a long career in comics) was the storyboarder for last night’s Doctor …

A Fictional Food Fight At New York Comic Con

Sofia Annunziata writes for Bleeding Cool: The Fantasy Food Fiction panel is a follow up to my excursion at the Fantasy Food truck the other day. Per usual, I waited on a very long line for the panel, but was …

Thoughts On The Powers Panel And Trailer, And Questions For The Cast

by Ray Flook As he readily admitted at the very top of the panel, Brian Michael Bendis could easily understand the anxious anticipation many Powers were feeling towards finally seeing the book come to the screen. For fourteen years, he …

The Adult Swim Party At New York Comic Con Was All At Sea

Jake Barlow writes for Bleeding Cool, Fans were invited to join Adult Swim on their boat “Tyrannic” for their maiden voyage in celebration of NYCC. The queue stretched far along pier 81 an hour before boarding as people huddled together, …

I Survived The Twins And Won MootCon 3 At New York Comic Con

By Paul Gullas I stepped into The Twins, wary of any signs of betrayal and death. You see, I know my A Song of Ice and Fire, and the moment I heard someone say the word “Mayhaps“, I was going …

A Week After Wristbandgate At New York Comic Con

by Ray Flook By now, most of you who read Bleeding Cool and were following its New York Comic Con coverage are familiar with what became known as “Wristbandgate.” Now, I’m not looking to rehash what went down because that’s …

Ten Thoughts About Doctor Who: Flatline

Time for plenty of cross-media references this week. 1. Doctor… Or Ambassador? The Ambassadors (1533)  by Hans Holbein the Younger hangs in the National Gallery, London. I saw it last month. It contains one of the most famous examples of anamorphosis in paintings, a stretched and …

Doctor Who, The Legend Continues At New York Comic Con

By Ale Bodden Joining host, Barnaby Edwards (Dalek operator), we had Ken Deep (Host of DW: an Occasional Podcast), Nick Abadzis (Titan Comics 10th Doctor), Taylor Dietrich (Doctor Who Store), Andre Tessier (LI WHO, TARDIS Tavern), Debora Stanish (podcast host, …

Erik’s Weekly Watch – Rick, Sigmund Freud, And Thanatos Walk Into A Discussion About The Walking Dead

By Erik Grove Welcome back to another edition of Erik’s Weekly Watch! This week it’s all about The Walking Dead, with cameos from one of history’s most famous coke-fiends and the Greek personification of death! This week AMC’s The Walking …

Scenes From Around ‘The Block’ At New York Comic Con

by Ray Flook “The Block brings together art, design, collectible toys, pop-tech and fashion of the underground pop culture scene along with the tastemakers, trend setters, artists, thinkers and the brands that they create.” (ReedPOP) I’m amazed by how much …