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Late Night Fun – The Mark Of Batman

Our friends over at HalloweenCostumes.com have done up another cool infographic, this one in honor of the 75th Anniversary of Batman. Here is a breakdown of each Bat-Symbol that has graced the Caped Crusaders chest throughout the comics and film …

47 Thoughts About 47 Comics – Walking Dead, Scooby Doo, Amazing, 2099 And 100th Anniversary Spider-Man, All-New And Amazing X-Men, Superior Foes, Black Dynamite, Detective Comics, Wolverine, Death Vigil, Maxx, X-Force, Futures End, Ghosted, Transformers, Superman/Wonder Woman, New Suicide Squad, Usagi Yojimbo, Judge Dredd, Infinity Man, Batman Eternal, Batgirl, Spread, Royals, Rise Of The Magi, Armor Hunters, Rai, Star Trek, X, Terminator x2, Star Wars, Eery, Great Pacific, Abe Sapien, Angry Birds, Warlord Of Mars, Blood Queen, Pathfinder, Turok, Shutter, Magnus, Doc Savage, Chastity, Robotech/Voltron And Wolverine

Scooby Doo goes to Comic Con and meets… an old British fellow with a long scarf. I wonder who he could be? And did he steal all the backgrounds from this comic? Because, yes, even if you set a comic …

Orbiting Around Detective Comics, Infinity Man, That’s Because You’re A Robot, She-Hulk And More

Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to Episode 155 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we get pulled under by Detective Comics #32, go on a field trip with …

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Infinity Man To Wildfire And Uncanny X-Men, With Special Guest Leigh Luna

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They say: This week, Image number 1s really got us excited and special guest Leigh Luna lets us …

45 Thoughts About 45 Comics – Batman Eternal, Batgirl, Amazing Spider-Man, Detective Comics, Futures End, Justice League Unlimited, Secret Avengers, Deadpool, The Royals, Superman/Wonder Woman, All-New X-Men, Twilight Zone, Pathfinder, Manifest Destiny, Revenge, Starlight, Real Heroes, God Is Dead, Uber, Crossed, Legenderry, That’s Because You’re A Robot, Ash, Blackout, Moriarty Lives, Blood Queen, Rogue Trooper, Dexters Lab, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Sinister Dexter, Star Trek, Transformers, Wraith, Angry Birds, Pestilence, Wasteland, Sixth Gun, Star Wars, Edgar Allen Poe, Abe Sapien, Bloodshot, Tales Of Honor, Armor Hunters, Archer And Armstrong And Wildfire

Another week, another bevy of new comic books to dive face first into… The Twilight Zone Annual raises that terrible danger, that of social media! It’s a clear and present danger in today’s society and something that must be destroyed/feared/demonised …

Bill Finger Gets His Cover Credit For Detective Comics #27 For Batman Day

It’s a tale that most comic fans know well. Bill Finger is the co-creator of Batman, alongside Bob Kane, with Jerry Robinson adding many of the details that we know today about the character and his world. Indeed many dispute …

Talking With Brian Buccellato About His Sons Of The Devil Comic And Webseries On Kickstarter

By Mike Federali You probably know Brian Buccellato from his dynamite work on The Flash, Forever Evil: Rogues Rebellion and now Detective Comics. Now Buccellato is stretching his legs with his latest thriller project Sons of the Devil, now on …

Fifteen Of DC’s Bombshell Covers By Ant Lucia – Action Comics, Superman/Wonder Woman, Wonder Woman, Earth 2, Aquaman, Justice League Dark, Justice League United, Batman/Superman, Detective Comics, Batwoman, Batgirl, Harley Quinn, Green Lantern, Green Lantern Corps And Catwoman

For comic coming out in June, here are fifteen of the variant covers, created by Ant Lucia, that accompany a number of DC Comics titles…

Detective Comics’ Brian Buccellato’s Creator Owned Graphic Novel, Foster, For July

Brian Buccellato, writer with Francis Manapul on The Flash and now Detective Comics, has written a creator-owned graphic novel out for July, with art from Noel Tuazon. Originally having five issues out of six published by small press publisher by …

Bleeding Cool Bestseller List – 6th April 2014 – Detective Comics #30 And Moon Knight #2 Beats Inhuman #1

This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, as compiled by a number of comic stores from their sales on Wednesday and Thursday. It measures what are known as the “Wednesday Warriors”, those who can’t wait to the weekend …

Silver for Timely’s Golden Age and Gold for Marvel’s Silver Age

By Ryan Michael While Marvel is unquestionably the top dog in the comic-world today, that wasn’t always the case. During the “Golden Age” of the 1930′s and 1940′s, National Allied Publications (DC Comics) were the leaders, pioneers and grandfathers of …

37 Thoughts About 37 Comics – The Movement, Detective Comics, Stormwatch, Crossed, Inhuman, Green Lantern, Caliban, Starlight, Action Comics, Field, She-Hulk, Dead Letters, Beautiful Scars, God Is Dead, Loki, New Warriors, Captain America, Revelations, Green Arrow, Garfield, Suicide Risk, Pretty Deadly, Secret, Revival, Adventure Time, Quantum And Woody, GI Joe, Artifacts, Sinister Dexter, Gate Way, Rogue Trooper, Monster & Madman, Judge Dredd, Green Hornet, Shotgun Wedding, Turok Dinosaur Hunter and Archer And Armstrong

Welcome to another week’s worth of comic books. Could we have the first privilege check in a Marvel comic? Testicles mistaken for fruit? and did Captain America give away some spoilery scenes ahead of the Winter Soldier movie? Let’s have …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Ultimate Spider-Man To Caliban And Moon Knight

Hosted by Randy Young and Chris Hunter Bleeding Cool welcomes back Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to talk about this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. …

Happy Birthday, Batman: Today Is The 75th Anniversary Of The Release Of His First Appearance In Detective Comics #27

1939 was one of comics’ greatest years.  Arguably, the greatest single calendar year in the history of the American comic book industry as we know it today — or at least the most interesting, particularly when it comes to superhero …

Late Night Fun – J H Williams Original Design Sheets For Batwoman

Over on his blog, Front Toward Enemy, Greg Rucka posted artist J. H. Williams original character design sheets for Kate Kane / Batwoman he did prior to beginning work on Detective Comics #854.

Detective Comics #29: From Dystopia to Utopia to Dystopia, Again

By Alexander Webb Creating a utopian Gotham City is nearly unimaginable to most fans. The Gotham we’ve come to know and love is a dark and twisted hell that resonates more with the word, ‘dystopia’ than any synonym of an …

Batman Tops The Charts With Two Books For January 2014, But Which Took The Most Money

Here are your top 100 comics book and graphic novel sales for January 2014, reported by Diamond for North American sales in January 2014. Note, with Batman taking the two tops, Batman #27 gets the most sales, but Detective Comics …

Batman Takes Top Two Slots, Marvel Still Dominates Marketshare, But Image On The Rise – January 2014 Statistics

Batman #27 beat Detective Comics #27 in January’s sales, taking the top two spots as distributed in North America by Diamond Comic Distributors. Marvel Comics have dropped their dollar share from 35.42% to 34.09% but increased their unit share from …