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Auteur Theory, Attitude, And Visual Style In Greg Rucka’s New Gotham

By Bart Bishop The tide is changing at DC Comics. Ever since the New 52 revamp in 2011, there’s been a sustained “House Style” across the line in both aesthetic and narrative tone. The Batman franchise, in particular, has suffered …

DC Comics To Rush Out Gotham Central #1 In Time For The TV Show For A Dollar

With the new television series Gotham set to premiere on Fox on September 22nd, DC Entertainment have suddenly decided to publish a reprint of Gotham Central #1 as Gotham Central Special Edition for $1, by Ed Brubaker, Greg Rucka and Michael …

A Career of Milestones – Joseph Illidge Talks Hardware, Batman, Diversity, And Verge Entertainment

By Nikolai Fomich [Joe Illidge at Midtown Comics in NYC, Photo Credit Milo Stone] Joseph Illidge has been many things – editor, writer, businessman, and columnist – but throughout his wide-ranging career one thing has always remained the same – …

Bleeding Cool Hosts J.H. Williams III Talking Process On Sandman: Overture And His Life In Art At Asbury Park Comic Con – With Full Audio

When I got an e-mail last January while traveling in the UK from Cliff Galbraith, one of the co-founders of Asbury Park Comic Con asking me if I would be interested in hosting a panel with J.H. Williams III in …

Sneak Peek At Greg Rucka And Russel Dauterman’s Cyclops #1

Coming directly off of The Trail Of Jean Grey, we get the new Cyclops #1 by Eisner Award winner writer Greg Rucka and artist Russel Dauterman. After clashing with the Shi’ar on the edge of deep space, Scott Summers is about …

Twisted Powers In Veil #2 From Dark Horse

By Dylan Gonzales [*Warning: Spoilers] My initial impressions of Greg Rucka’s first issue of Veil from Dark Horse were mixed.  There was nothing inherently wrong with it.  A girl wakes up in the subway with no idea who she is …

Ben Templesmith To Greg Rucka, Bits And Bobs At ECCC

Bleeding Cool’s Gavin Lees writes from ECCC, in Seattle. Ben Templesmith would like everyone to know that he is alive and well. He promises that The Squidder will be released in May, and he has photos from his 4am drawing …

Dark Horse Wants To Change How You Look At Power – Scott Allie Talks To Bleeding Cool About Female Heroes

Dark Horse have taken a stand for female heroes by announcing their new awareness campaign entitled “Change How You Look At Power“, featuring some of their heroines in action, including Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Elisa Cameron from Ghost, and  Lara …

Pop Culture Hounding Greg Rucka

By Chris Thompson Following on from last episode with The Bunker‘s Joshua Hale Fialkov (which you can still listen to here) – this week I catch up with the incredibly talented writer Greg Rucka (Whiteout, Queen & Country, Lazarus) about …

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.

A Comic Show – Moon Knight Is Hawkeye For Crazy People!

By Aaron Haaland Aaron Haaland, owner of A Comic Shop in Orlando Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back with new comics now, it’s A Comic Show! This week there’s a bunch of All New Marvel Now, Forever Evil, and some …

Greg Rucka Writes The Young Cyclops And His Dad In A New Solo For Marvel

In today’s All-New X-Men we were given the cliffhanger of the young Scott Summers about to meet his space-faring father, Corsair, the one that at his time in his life he believes is dead. And it looks like Clyclops now …

Bringing JH Williams To Class Sparks Using Creator-Owned Comics In Education – The Bleeding Cool Interview With John Bultena

When I reported on JH Williams III’s panel at San Diego Comic Con this past summer, replete with mind-bending artwork from his numerous projects from Batwoman to preview art of The Sandman: Overture, I noticed what a stellar job the …

Why Hellboy Is Like Breaking Bad – The Bleeding Cool Interview With Scott Allie At NYCC

At New York Comic Con, I had the opportunity to talk to Scott Allie, Editor-in-Chief at Dark Horse Comics and co-writer of the ongoing series Abe Sapien, about the intricacies of the Hellboy universe and what’s coming up for Big …

More Information On Greg Rucka’s New Dark Horse Series Veil

Rich gave us this yesterday, but now we have the official word from Dark Horse that Greg Rucka will be brining his latest heroine to the publisher in the new series Veil. The story opens when a beautiful girl wakes up in …

Dark Horse Draws On Your Horror At New York Comic Con

Hannah Means-Shannon writes for Bleeding Cool: Dark Horse rounded up its horror writers for an extra-creepy panel on Friday morning at New York Comic Con, and Scott Allie, who “loves horror comics”, asked “are you setting out to create scares …

The DC Comics Weekly Spinning Out Of Five Years Later – New Details From The Bars Of New York

I partied hard with the Valiant crew last night. In that we went for dinner and drinks. But one thing led to another and I found myself at a certain Manhattan sports bar with all manner of comic folk in …

Greg Rucka’s New Creator Owned Series, Veil, From Dark Horse Announced At NYCC