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Go On – Let’s Have An Annotated Reading Of Multiversity #1

By Sage Ashford Multiversity has been on my most-anticipated list from the moment it was first announced.   As a child I was always fascinated with the idea of alternate universes–how history could have diverged and developed differently from what we’re …

Trying Not To Be Cynical: A 4000 Word Discussion Of Multiversity #1 By Two Bleeding Cool Columnists

[ *This is a spin-off "Special Hidden Bonus Track" from Thor’s Comic Review Column on 8/25/14 in the form of  discussion between two of our Thor reviewers who found that a 22 page comic could spawn 4,000 words and more, …

Tales From The Four Color Closet – This Week DC Are Really Spoiling Us

By Joe Glass This week sees a lot of great LGBTQ content from DC, the most I can think of coming out from a single publisher in the same week for a while. Now, small warning, there may be some …

13 DC Trade Paperbacks You Need To Buy Now Before They Go Out Of Print Forever

DC Comics has informed retailers that the following trade paperback collections have a few copies left in the warehouse but will be going out of print very shortly. And that DC Comics have no intention of republishing them. Okay which …

A Comic Show – Multiversity, Delinquents, And Fade Out!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back with a stack of New Comics Now! For DC we have the trippy Multiversity #1 by Morrison and Reis. It’s like reading Crisis On Infinite Earth …

16 Comic Book Covers By Artists Better Known For Their Writing – Grant Morrison To Alan Moore To Jim Shooter

It’s all gone a bit Buzzfeed here, hasn’t it? Anyway… Some writers conceal hidden artistic talents. Often for a reason. But, with Bleeding Cool running Grant Morrison‘s cover for Multiversity #1 (above) that felt like a great chance to show …

Is This Grant Morrison’s Own Cover For Multiversity #1?

This is the 1:100 variant cover for Multiversity #1, the new reality-bending comic book series written by Grant Morrison, the first issue drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, coloured by Nei Ruffino. I don’t know about you, but it …

Breaking Down Clichés And Truth-Telling The Creative Life In The Temple Of Art – David Mack And Bill Sienkiewicz In The Bleeding Cool Double-Interview

The Temple of Art is a documentary project and book project, currently crowdfunding, the brainchild of photographer Allan Amato that arose out of his photographic portraits of artists in a variety of multi-modal mediums. It has grown to encompass some …

How Come The French Get All The Best Batman Comics?

The French have one of the most successful comic book industries and art forms in the world. So why do they have to rub it in and make the imported American comics even better? They already have a Complete Geoff …

Grayson #2 Hits The Brakes On Development In Favor Of More Of The Same

By Shawn Perry [*Mild spoilers for Grayson #2 below!] The second issue of Grayson by Tim Seeley and Tom King follows the pattern of the modern Hollywood sequel in that it takes what was established in the first issue and …

DC Comics Says Do Not Buy Grant Morrison’s Multiversity – Even Though Doug Mahnke Is Drawing A Book

Running in a number of DC Comics titles today, is a teaser campaign for the upcoming Multiversity series. Four double page spreads, showing 52 realities stacked on top of each other, and a blurred look at the front cover of …

Joey Cavalieri, Tony Lee, And Rufus Dayglo Drop Wisdom At Birmingham International Comic Expo

By Olly MacNamee Starting with DC legend Joey Cavalieri and ending my day listening in and chatting with Rufus Dayglo, I felt as though I learnt a great deal about the creation of comics and took away some great new …

So… Will Jim Lee Be Working With Scott Snyder, Grant Morrison Or John Romita Jr Next?

Jim Lee asks… I’ll be working with one of these gents in the near future…can you guess which one? #siriusxminterview #sdcc2014 #talentisking Not too long ago, Jim Lee was planning another WildCATS revival… and the last person he did that with, was Grant …

The Super-Dark, Super-Heavy Annihilator – Grant Morrison In The Bleeding Cool Interview At San Diego Comic Con

Annihilator, a six issue series by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving, arrives from Legendary on September 3rd and that team up alone is a significant point of interest, but it’s also true that in the past year Morrison has been …

Image Watch: Talking Wayward With Jim Zub And Steve Cummings

By David Dissanayake  The more I read about the new ongoing Wayward by Image Comics, the more intrigued I became. Co-created by Jim Zub and Steve Cummings, Wayward is a story about teenage heroine Rori, a half-Irish, half-Japanese girl from Ireland …

Swag! San Diego Comic Con Edition – The Whole Shabang

Bleeding Cool reporter at San Diego Comic Con, Joseph Kyle Schmidt brought home an enviable pile of goods to balance out all his hard work for us. He acquired the following: Doom Patrol by Grant Morrison, Vol. 1, OSSM Comics …

The Temple Of Art’s Serious Star Power – McKean, Sienkiewicz, Mack, Morrison, And More At San Diego Comic Con

The Temple of Art is both a book and a documentary, and brought out a stellar group of panelists. John Shnepp hosted. Jason Shawn Alexander, Dave McKean, Kent Williams, David Mack, Bill Sienkiewicz, Grant Morrison, Stephanie Inagaki, Barron Storey, and …

Behold Grant Morrison’s Map Of The DC Comics Multiverse

Wow. [go bigger]. Via. Grant Morrison‘s panel discussing  Multiversity and  related matters is later today. Sure to be fascinating.