The internet’s original and best-known comic book reporter, Johnston has been covering the industry since he started posting his column on rec.arts.comics in 1992. His trademark mix of hard news and salacious gossip subsequently went through a number of incarnations, including Rich’s Revelations on the Twist and Shout Comics website, All the Rage for Silver Bullet Comic Books, and Lying in the Gutters for Comic Book Resources. Rich is the founder and head writer of Bleeding Cool, and the primary contributor of the site’s comic book industry news stories.
Longtime teacher, maker, and blogger of things on film, Brendon is gead writer for the movie and tv industry for Bleeding Cool. He created the FilmIck website and later blogged about the industry for Slashfilm. He’s the weekly film news guy on CBS WJFK’s Movie Show with Kevin McCarthy and Josh Hilton, the weekly film reviews guy on JACK FM’s The Sunday Roast and a weekly contributor to the Hey U Guys Mouth Off podcast.
Co-founder and Creative Director of Bleeding Cool parent company Avatar Press, Seifert was a longtime contributor to Wizard Magazine during their formative years. He blogs about recent developments in vintage comics, original art, comics history, and breaking news for Bleeding Cool.
One of the world’s greatest comic book writers, writing everything from The Authority to Transmetropolitan to X-Men. He is responsible for the comic behind the hit movie Red and is currently working on a series of novels.
His series of columns for Bleeding Cool are best sellers in book form. They will return soon.
He is now a tutor for the New York University, where he teaches comic book masterclasses, for which he writes and accompanying column when they are in session.
LA screenwriter and screen reader, Adi reads far more movie scripts than will ever get made, looking for the gems. He shares his insightful wisdom each week on Bleeding Cool.
Marvel’s The Watcher, and movie vlogger comes to Bleeding Cool with two epiosdes of Think About The Ink every week. Clever, insightful commentary on the comic book insustry.
From the front line of comic retailer, at A Comic Shop in Florida. Their specialist knowledge of the week’s upcoming comics, as well as their desire to sell that love to their customers has made them some of the best known retailers in the industry.
Chicago resident interviewer with the biggest contact list in comics. As comfortable talking to the small presses as he is to the biggest movie directors, Greg tracks down the most interesting of comic book life experiences.
The Bleeding Cool resident expert on all things “toy”. Just don’t call them dolls. He wouldn’t like it if you called them dolls.
This thirteen year old British-based comics fan is Bleeding Cool’s youngest regular correspondent, even if he uses language more expected of an eighteen year old. Full of enthusim, excitement and keen wit, he’s a popular new part of the site, though currently on an educational sabbatical.
Comic book writer, reviewer, interviewer and professional geek-in-front-of-the-camera, Elliot co-writes Keep Your Pants On, Bleeding Cool’s dating column.
Music video director and comic book writer, Alex De Campi writes Uncanny Valleygirl for Bleeding Cool, offering deep digital comic analysis.
British-based film journalist, Hannah has a keen eye for a story and the dogged determination to track it down. An essential new participant at Bleeding Cool
The Marvel Zombie setting out to review DC Comics with a rather rarified perspective. Controversial, for all the right reasons.
Respected contributor of TV and movie reviews and analysis. He likes a lot of things. Probably more than you.
Craig is an equal opportunities film lover. His Masters of Cinema Monthly column showcases his broad tastes, knowledge and keen eyes and ears for detail. If you’re particularly nice to him he might write more for us, so I’d recommend sending flowers.
Bleeding Cool’s resident film extra, detailing his every experience on set.
Google Gourmand, when he;s not writing about food, he writes about comics minority issues in No More Mutants.
Burlesque performer, and appearing in Alan Moore’s upcoming film Jimmy’s End, Khandie is a recent recruit to geekdom but dived in with both feet.
The only living boy in New Cross, the Filthy Orphan, comic shop clerk and musician with a caustic attitude all his own.
Dirk Manning is a multiple-time published author through Image Comics/Shadowline who has also moonlighted as a comic journalist for many years on the side. He contributes occasional articles, essays and such to BLEEDING COOL when the stars enter their proper alignment. Google him or more about who he is and what he does… if you’re into that sort of thing.