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Thor’s Comic Review Column – Multiversity: Society of Superheroes, Sirens #1, Futures End Month: Week 3

This Week’s Comics Include: The Multiversity: Society of Superheroes: Conquerors from the Counter-World Sirens #1 Futures End Month, Week 3 The Multiversity: Society of Superheroes: Conquerors from the Counter-World #1 ($4.99, DC) By D.S. Randlett (@dsrandlett) This is a ridiculous …

Ch-Ch-Changes – Marvel And DC Comics In October, From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman

Another look at upcoming comics, that might differ from how they were originally solicited… Justice League #34 will be drawn by Scott Kolins, not Doug Mahnke and Keith Champagne. It also has the cover above by Jason Fabok, originally intended …

Punching Fear In Multiversity: Society of Superheroes

By Nas Hoosen In my last post here at Bleeding Cool, I pointed out that superhero comic fans spend so much time reading between the lines of Grant Morrison’s comics that we sometimes miss the best parts: the jokes. Considering …

Deconstructing Morrison Part 2: Flex Mentallo, And The Conflict Of Concept And Object

By Adam X. Smith After Joe Colewood and I did a piece discussing the merits of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity #1, it dawned on me that I was nowhere near as qualified to critique Grant Morrison’s work as I had initially …

Are Grant Morrison And Jonathan Hickman Planning A Sneak Marvel/DC Crossover? Reading Avengers And Multiversity Today…

Since the seventies, DC and Marvel have run a number of crossover projects. Superman Vs Spider-Man,  X-Men Vs Teen Titans, Amalgam, DC Vs Marvel… but then no more. Joe Quesada and Bill Jemas made disparaging remarks about DC, Paul Levitz …

Introducing Survivors On A Dead World In Last Born From Black Mask – Talking With Patrick Meaney And Eric Zawadski

By Tony Wolf Writer / filmmaker Patrick Meaney is responsible (along with his producing partner Jordan Rennert of Respect Films ) for several well-known documentaries about several iconic comic book writers: Grant Morrison, Warren Ellis, and Chris Claremont (as well …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Edge of Spider-Verse: Spider-Man Noir, Futures End Month: Week 2, Teen Dog, Sixth Gun: Vol. 1, Annihilator

This week’s reviews: Edge of Spider-Verse #1 – Spider-Man Noir Futures End Month: Week 2 Teen Dog #1  Sixth Gun: Volume 1 Annihilator #1 Edge of Spider-Verse #1 – Spider-Man Noir By Adam X. Smith Let me preface this review …

Grant Morrison Comics: What If There’s No Secret Message?

By Nas Hoosen I remember an article about Batman #655, Grant Morrison’s first issue of what would become his seven-year Batman run, from around the time that issue hit shelves. I can’t remember who published it anymore but one thing …

5 Notes On Annihilator For The Curious-Minded

Annihilator #1 comes out today from Legendary Entertainment, written by Grant Morrison (see his previous interview at Bleeding Cool here) and illustrated by Frazer Irving. It’s a “witchy” tale of a fair amount of complexity and considering its complexity is …

Annihilating The Fourth Wall With Annihilator And Multiversity

Annihilator #1 by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving is published by Legendary Comics today. And you might consider it a companion piece to Multiversity #1 as well. That comic made a big deal of breaking down the fourth wall, literally …

Deconstructing Morrison Part 1: Animal Man And Black And White Morality

By Adam X. Smith After fellow writer Joe Colewood and I did a piece discussing the merits of Grant Morrison’s Multiversity #1, it dawned on me that I was nowhere near as qualified to critique Grant Morrison’s work as I …

At Last, Here Comes Grant Morrison’s Miracleman, With Joe Quesada..

Grant Morrison has talked a  few times about the Kid Marvelman story he was asked to write for Warrior Magazine back in the day, after they’d fallen on bad terms with Alan Moore, only to get a note from Alan …

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 …