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DC Relaunch: Brian Clevinger Dropped From Firestorm Before You Even Knew He Was On It

Amongst the new books and new creators for September, was to have been 8-Bit Theater, Atomic Robo and Marvel Adventures writer Brian Clevinger, working on a new Firestorm comic for DC Comics. And I was going to tell you about it today. At the end of Brightest Day, we saw that the Anti-Monitor’s effect on… Read more »

Will Firestorm Ongoing Be Announced At New York Comic Con?

The Firestorm fansite FirestormFan posted a rumour from comics fan Brandon Leonard reporting that at Toronto Fan Expo, a writer said that he’d turned down a Firestorm ongoing series, but that another writer had accepted the gig. The website had redacted the name of the declining writer to protect him. This is certainly how such… Read more »

“I Am Older Than You, Blacker Than You” – When Priest Won His Inkpot At San Diego Comic-Con

Peter S. Svensson gets to write for Bleeding Cool. It’s awesome. Christopher James Priest received the Inkpot award at the start of his spotlight panel at Comic Con. “Never won anything.” quipped Priest. The End. Okay. There was more. Since this is Bleeding Cool and I get to just talk to you, let’s put this… Read more »

DC Collectibles Are Thieves and Rogues At San Diego Comic-Con

By Jeremy Konrad One of the companies that as of late rising the ranks again in the collectible market would be DC Comics in house company DC Collectibles. While still suffering from some late shipping product (I’m looking at you Batman Animated Series figures), they have really stepped up their game alongside DC Comics proper… Read more »

Constantine, Vixen, Killer Croc And Katana Set To Invade Your Shelves

Here are the figures and statues being unveiled at SDCC this weekend by DC Collectibles. They include new DC Bombshells figures and statues, A new Batman Black & White statue by Kim Jung Gi, a classic Harley Quinn statue by Jim Lee Figures for Batman v Superman and Suicide Squad, an Amanda Conner Starfire statue,… Read more »

Fall Out From The Legends Of Tomorrow Season Finale

Okay, flat out… if you haven’t seen the season finale of Legends of Tomorrow… leave now because there are definitely spoilers. And I’ll admit, I was wrong. Patrick J Adams was not who I thought he would be. . . . . . The episode wrapped up the Vandal Savage / Hawkman / Hawkgirl story… Read more »

Five Thoughts For Season 2 Of Legends Of Tomorrow

Legends of Tomorrow is wrapping up season two in the next few week and there has been some really good things in the series and some not so good. So I started thinking about what I’d like to see in a season two. What things should continue and what things I’d like to see changed…. Read more »

Gerry Conway Addresses Zack Snyder Rather Directly…

In 2008, Zack Snyder gave an interview to Entertainment Weekly to promote Watchmen the movie. In the aftermath of the release of his Batman V Superman, his comments have been exhumed. Specifically two paragraphs. You could call it “high-brow” comics, but to me, that comic book was just pretty sexy! I had a buddy who tried getting… Read more »

The Full DC Comics Solicitations For June 2016 – Credits, Details And The Logos On The Covers #DCRebirth (UPDATE)

Kaboom! Here we go folks, the full DC Comics solicitations, all the June Rebirth books, all the continuing non-DC Universe series and concluding mini-series, the Hanna Barbera books, the Vertigo books and all the collections, toys and statues. We also get to see the DC Rebirth new logos on all the titles as well. And nice… Read more »

Looking Back (And Forward) At Legends Of Tomorrow At WonderCon

Following a sizzle reel of upcoming events, cast members of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow appeared at WonderCon on Sunday to tease the final episodes of the show’s first season. Executive producer Marc Guggenheim was also on hand, “giddy” at the success of his television superteam.  “No one’s done it on television,” he said. “There’s also… Read more »

Image Comics Launches Midnight Of The Soul From Howard Chaykin And She Wolf From Rich Tommaso In June 2016 Solicits

Image Comics have a big June coming up. They are launching Midnight Of The Soul from Howard Chaykin, She Wolf from Rich Tommaso, an artist’s roof edition of Injection, and the return of Frank Quitely to Mark Millar‘s Jupiter’s Legacy for the second book…. and a Skottie Young colouring book for I Hate Fairyland!  … Read more »

Talking Comics – International Iron Man #1, Legends Of Tomorrow #1, A&A #1 & More!

Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say: Thanks for pressing play! Did you know that Tony Stark is adopted? That’s the… Read more »

Robbie Amell On Why He Was Killed Off On The Flash And The Real Explanation Behind The X-Files Finale

Diana McCallum writes for Bleeding Cool Robbie Amell is no stranger to science fiction, appearing as Firestorm on The Flash and Agent Miller in the latest revival of The X-Files. We spoke with him about whether we’ve seen the last of Firestorm and why he was killed off The Flash. He also explains what was… Read more »

DC Comics Returns To Continuity, Leaves Previews For A Month And Dan DiDio’s Favourite Rebirth Is Super Sons #InStoreKickOff #ConKickOff2016

Dan DiDio peered in to the Instore Convention Kickoff, streaming to comic stores across the USA. He talked about how the DCTV shows are creating tight continuity between them, just as DC Comics was walking away from that in their own continuity with DC You and more, and Dan saw this as DC abandoning their… Read more »

Six Important Moments From DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow – Marooned

This article contains spoilers for DC’s Legends of Tomorrow episode Marooned. . . . . . Last night’s episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow showed us some of the past for our heroes, put the spotlight on two in very different ways and continued building the relationships between the teammates… or in one case, destroying… Read more »

Six Important Moments From DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow – Star City 2046 Updated

This article contains spoilers from the episode of Legends of Tomorrow called Star City 2046. . . . . . With Star City 2046 we get our first one-and-done episode and a story that has nothing to do with Vandal Savage. This episode has a very different feel to it, less sci-fi and more like… Read more »

New DC Pop! Figures Include Supergirl, Powergirl, Cyborg And More

This May, Funko will be releasing a new set of DC Comics themed Pop! figures. The new batch features Firestorm, Supergirl, Power Girl, Cyborg and Black Manta. Funny… Manta’s over-sized head almost looks normal for the character. The designs are from before the New 52 changes… unless Rebirth takes us back to these designs. [Source:… Read more »

Six Important Moments From DC’s Legends Of Tomorrow – Fail-Safe

This article contains spoilers for the most recent episode of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow – Fail-Safe. . . . . . When we last left our heroes in Cold-War era Soviet Union, Martin Stein, Ray Palmer and Mick Rory were prisoners of Vandal Savage and Valentina Vostok and being taken to a gulag so she… Read more »

Life In The Gulag With Palmer, Stein And Rory – Inside Legends Of Tomorrow

Tonight’s Legends of Tomorrow is the second part of the teams trip to the Soviet Union as Martin Stein, Ray Palmer and Mick Rory are taking to a gulag  Vandal Savage decides to torture the two younger men until Stein gives up the secret of being Firestorm. Executive producer Phil Klemmer talks about the new… Read more »