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Harley Quinn To Invade Comicon International

DC Comics has announced a new Harley Quinn one-shot while at the DCE’s Retailer Roadshow in Florida. Writer of the new montly series Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner were on-hand to announce July’s Harley Quinn Invades San Diego Comic-Con, released …

Stephen Bissette Asks DC What To Do About Constantine Inquiries

With news of an upcoming Constantine series, Stephen Bissette, co-creator of the character wrote a letter to DC Comics which he posted on his facebook page. You can read between the lines a bit here if you want… it’s not …

Advanced Preview Of Unity #5 As A New Story Arc Begins

Valiant’s hit series Unity moves into it’s second story arc Trapped By Webnet this March and we have a advanced preview of the story. Written by Matt Kindt and art by CAFU, the new storyline focuses on Ninjak and the …

Icarus: A Graphic Novel Or Dreams Change, And That’s A Good Thing

Ron Garner writes for Bleeding Cool: My name is Ron Garner, and I love writing. I mean love it. Like, I want to do this for the rest of my life kind of love. There’s only one problem. At this …

The Tethermen & The Neolithics Take Comics To Poster-Size And Back Again

Matt Bellisle writes for Bleeding Cool: The Tethermen & The Neolithics is a uniquely-formatted comic that starts at a normal comic size, but instead of opening the book and flipping through pages, it opens up into a large poster-comic, similar to unfolding …

Ordinary Heroes Goes Kickstarter

Ordinary Heroes Team writes for Bleeding Cool: “They saw a couple of guys, that were up to no good, and started making trouble in their neighborhood.  Their neighbor Ken got in one little fight, and then they both got scared.  …

Dan Abnett And Andy Lanning’s Guardians Of The Galaxy To Be Collected In Full

Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning should receive the lion’s share of turning Marvel’s Guardians Of The Galaxy from a Z-List Marvel commodity into at least a C-List one, perfect for the Marvel Studios treatment. But with Brian Bendis and the …

Finding Astrid: The Making Of A Comic Book

Nathan Sage writes for Bleeding Cool: I’m standing in the ruins of an old temple, somewhere in the middle of this world we’ve created out of pencil and paper. Everyone is frustrated with me–my wife, for being so absent from …

Jerry Fine, The Man Who Made Superman Happen Dies At Age 97

The Cleveland Plain Dealer is reporting that Jerome “Jerry” Fine died on Christmas day at the age of 97. Fine had a unique role in the creation of Superman, he’s the one that brought Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster together in …

Not Following The Trend — Speed Demonz Bypasses Crowdfunding

Gabe Lamberty writes about his new book and how they are bypassing the whole crowdfunding trend and going straight to the reader’s generosity. Title: SPEED DEMONZ Created, Written and Illustrated by Gabe Lamberty. Colors by Jay Moyano. Published by Angry …

Earth Crisis And Liberator Collaborate For An Album And Comic Book, Salvation Of The Innocents, And New Liberator Stories From An All-Star Team

Earth Crisis is a New York metalcore punk band popular in the nineties, who reformed relatively recently. Keen supporters of animal rights, they are straight edge, vegan and politically active. Which is why they are crossing over with Black Mask’s …

Bend The Knee… Or Take The Head – Armor Hunters Is Coming

Valiant Comics has something big coming up this summer and they have released this teaser image by Miguel Sepulveda to get things started. Armor Hunters is coming… Now, speculating from the image we see a dead body in an X-O …

Niles And Worm Bring Frankenstein’s Creature To Whitechapel

The previously teased new Steve Niles and Damien Worm project has finally been announced by IDW Publishing. And it’s a super-monster team-up special… The Frankenstein Monster and Jack The Ripper. In Monster & Madman a lost soul, Frankenstein’s monster seeks refuge from his …

This Week’s Elephantmen #52 To Have Preview And Flip Cover For Jonathan Ross And Ian Churchill’s The Revenger

Bleeding Cool has been following the upcoming publication of The Revenger by Jonathan Ross and Ian Churchill for some time now. This week, we get a better look at the comic with a five page preview ahead of next month’s …

“My Gal, the Zombie,” Uses Zombism As A Metaphor For Discrimination

Dan Conner writes for Bleeding Cool: Dan Conner’s popular, independent comic, “My Gal, the Zombie,” is unique in an industry saturated with tales of the undead.  As acclaimed comic creator, Batton Lash (Supernatural Law) has said, “Dan Conner’s Chelsea is …

Cartoons Were Sanctuary Against Bullies, Quarreling Parents and Loneliness

Melissa Albino writes for Bleeding Cool: It’s hard to believe there was a time in my life I didn’t draw cartoons. By now, it’s as natural as breathing. But if I really sit down and remember, it started when I …

Ben Templesmith’s Squidvision Updates

Ben Templesmith has something in the works… and a catchy tune. On his tumblr feed he says “The Squidder is coming along”. Turns out its for a graphic novel Templesmith is doing through 44Flood and Kickstarter. The project has already met its goal …

Paul Tobin On How An Elevator Ride Led To Writing The Bionic Woman

The TV series The Bionic Woman was a hit back in the 1970′s but didn’t do so well when redone a couple years back. But what television couldn’t do, Dynamite Entertainment can. The first story arc of the Paul Tobin …