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Young Justice Fans Pay Attention On July 27th

The animated series Young Justice lasted for two seasons (43 episodes) before Warner Bros and DC Entertainment gave it the axe. Fans of the series were not happy at all, of course. Well, DC’s recent announced Comic Con plans and …

Your Friendly Neighbourhood Piderman’s First San Diego Comic Con

*** Ashley Piderman volunteered to cover some panels for Bleeding Cool this year at SDCC. Along with those panels she sent in a few writes up that were more of a journal of a first time attendees experience. We’ve collected …

How To Make Mike Norton Uncomfortable – Audio Of His SDCC Spotlight Panel

Alex Wilson writes and records for Bleeding Cool: Mike Norton is one of the best artists working in the comic book industry to date. His work in includes Revival, published through Image Comics and written by Tim Seeley, Battlepug, his …

Artists Close out SDCC Sunday with a Discussion on Book Banning

Dustin Hall writes for Bleeding Cool: While SDCC is, for many, the happiest place on earth, there’s still important business to attend to. While others hunt down movie trailers, autographs, and snap shots with hot cosplayers, one panel of creators …

Tough Enough?: DC Comics’ Trivia Panel

Nikolai Fomich writes for Bleeding Cool: At Comic-Con this year DC held the DC Comics Too Tough Trivia Panel, featuring editors Eddie Berganza, Brian Cunningham, Mike Marts, as well as Mr. Dan DiDio himself. VP Marketing John Cunningham did a …

The Power of Geek: Superfandom and Why Brands, Media, and the World at Large Want In

Chris D’Lando writes for Bleeding Cool: Not too long ago, the only attention paid to the comic book fans were the bullies waiting after school. But now that San Diego Comic Con has become the epicenter of all things pop …

Rise Of The Independents – How To Market Books Outside Of The Big Two

Joshua Stone writes for Bleeding Cool: This panel was moderated by John Siuntres, host of the Word Balloon podcast. The panel was made up of the top marketing people from the different independent comic book publishers. Ron Richards was there …

The SDCC Gender In Comics Panel – Interesting Insights And Missed Opportunities

Eric Rezsnyak writes for Bleeding Cool: The “Gender in Comics” panel that took place Thursday at Comic-Con International stirred up controversy a week before it even took place. Marvel Comics editor Steve Wacker sent out a (predictably snarky) tweet on …

Remembering Joe Kubert – The Art Legend Honored At SDCC

Joshua Stone writes for Bleeding Cool: The panel was moderated by Mark Evanier, and featured an amazing lineup of comic book greats – Sergio Aragones, Paul Levitz, Marv Wolfman, Tom Yates, Jon B. Cooke, Russ Heath, and Neal Adams’ nameplate, …

Superman – The 75th Anniversary Panel With Jim Lee, Grant Morrison, Henry Cavill And More

Matt Harding writes for Bleeding Cool: 75 years of Superman. Let that sink in for a minute if you will. Superman has been with us through World War 2, Vietnam, 2 wars with Iraq, the creation of the computer, the …

Diamond Select Toys Expand Star Trek, Domo, Universal Monsters and More

Hannah Means-Shannon writes for Bleeding Cool: Zach Oat and Chuck Terciera hosted the Diamond Select Toys panel at SDCC to give glimpses of soon to be released products, some based on new properties, and many from continuing lines. There will …

Creating Comics the ComiXology Way

Chris D’Lando writes for Bleeding Cool: When Max Gaines decided to package newspaper comic strips into the modern comic book, he fundamentally changed the way the medium could be used to tell stories. Though splash pages have gotten splashier, the …

Titan Comics Panel Goes Off The Rails With Jack Katz At The Wheel

Joshua Stone writes for Bleeding Cool: The 2013 SDCC is my 11th, and in all those years I have never seen a panel go off the rails like this one did. The goal for the panel was to introduce Titan …

The Oni Press RevoluONIze Comics Panel

Joshua Stone writes for Bleeding Cool: The panel included: James Lucas Jones, Oni Editor in Chief.  John Schork, Director of PR at Oni. Joe Harris, Writer – Great Pacific, Wars in Toyland. Rick Spears, Writer – The Auteur. Natalie Nourigat, Artist – A Boy & …

George R. R. Martin Blames Comics for his Success in TV/Film at SDCC

Hannah Means-Shannon writes for Bleeding Cool: George R. R. Martin, introduced by William Christensen of Avatar Press on behalf of his upcoming series The Skin Trade, quickly jumped into discussing his own history as a comic book fan, first appearing …

The Tick’s 25th Anniversary Panel At SDCC, Surprise Guests and More

Devin T. Quin writes for Bleeding Cool: The Tick redefined superhero comedy for the modern reader, and Saturday at the San Diego Comic Con it celebrated its 25th Anniversary…again, I think. If a marketing gimmick is good once, it’s good …

DC Comics Superman: The New 52 Era

Ashely Piderman writes for Bleeding Cool: Final day, what better way then spending the day listening to the Big Two. I’ve grown up being primarily a Marvel girl, but I really couldn’t hide my excitement. After all it is the 75th …

Matt Harding Does Comic Con – The Places To Visit At The Artist Alley And Small Press Booths. Part 3

Matt Harding writes for Bleeding Cool: Day 3: Saturday Artist Alley and Small Press Reviews Hallelujah, I made it through the day without my awesome “Wolfman Bill Clinton” action figure being crushed to smithereens in my awkward giant shwag-bag. One …