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David Mack On Kickstarters, The 20th Anniversary Of Kabuki, And Remastering Youthful Projects At San Diego Comic Con

By Joshua Stone Leading into this year’s SDCC, there were certain creators I was hoping to be able to get some time with to conduct an interview. One of these people was David Mack. Mack, best known as the creator …

Under The Skin Of Geekie Award Nominated Boston Metaphysical Society With Madeline Holly-Rosing

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent She encapsulates the concept of a modern day renaissance woman: she has a wide breadth of knowledge and experience, rolled up into a talented and creative person. I’m referring to Madeleine …

The Road To The Rough & Tumble

The Rough & Tumble. Written by Jim Ousley & Oscar Madrid. Art by Benjamin Sawyer. The Kickstarter campaign for The Rough & Tumble is happening now and runs through August 29th. The Rough & Tumble is an action-packed graphic novel bursting with the full-color …

Out Of The Vacuum: Double Barrel Theatre Presents 2015

Matthew Kayal writes: Hi! My name is Matthew Kayal and I am a comic book writer. I’ve been releasing my own webcomics once a week for the past year on my website and at comic conventions like New York Comic Con. …

12 Kilometers: A 1980’s Style Horror Film Inspired By The Director’s Head Injury

Mike Pecci writes: Title of project: 12 Kilometers Creators: The first major film release from McFarland and Pecci Films, 12 Kilometers is backed by the talents of some of the best and brightest in film, design and photography. Ben Templesmith …

There’s Never Been A Better Time To Be Into Webcomics

Widdershins: Piece of Cake. Victorian-era adventure stories, set in a magical version of Yorkshire, England. Cakes, time travel, and wizards await! By Kate Ashwin. Running til Wednesday 27th August. Kate Ashwin writes, Webcomics are pretty important to me. I mean, I’ve always loved comics, …

I Have Seen (A Preview For) The Promised Land!

Pariah Missouri Book 2 : The Promised Land Andres Salazar writes, My name is Andres Salazar.  I’m a storyteller.   I’ve been hunkered down working on the second graphic novel in the series, Pariah Missouri. Part Huckleberry Finn part Twin Peaks, it’s a mash-up of some of my …

An Explosive Interview With Frank Cho And John Fleskes After The Flesk Panel At San Diego Comic Con

By Joshua Stone After the Flesk panel at SDCC 2014, thanks to John Fleskes, I had the opportunity to talk to Frank Cho for a few minutes as Fleskes stood by. Much of what we spoke about was coming out …

Alan Moore’s Show Pieces: A Very English Afterlife – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: You can never fully know what a story is really about until you’ve seen it through to its end. As a Kickstarter backer, I finally got to watch His Heavy Heart, the last short film in Alan …

An Illegal Kickstarter

Writer: Jeremy Whitley. Artist: Heather Nunnelly. Running: 8/7-9/6. Published by Feb 2015. Jeremy Whitley writes: The Pitch: In the future, everyone in America will be tracked by a microchip under their skin. The government will know everywhere you go, everything you do, and …

Dax – Out Of The Airlock

Dax – Out of the Airlock. Writer: Aaron Balogh. Artist: Jess Boudrie. Kickstarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/jessboudrie/dax Closes 8/20/14. Graphic novel to be available in October. Aaron Balogh writes: Dax is the story of a space merc that gets saddled with a young girl. Hijinks ensue! This …

An Ancient, Haunting, And Beautiful World Of Magog

“The story is way too big for just two words!” – Steve Ellis on Monsterwood By David Gallaher Steve Ellis has worn many hats working as an illustrator, author, art director and concept designer. Over his varied career he has …

“Everything Has Gotten Very Serious, Very Gritty And Very Adult” – Spooky Sleepover

Dave Scheidt writes for Bleeding Cool:  Spooky Sleepover is a collection of 3 funny all ages horror stories perfect for spooky readers of all ages! I grew up reading comic books, even before I could actually read. My dad has …

Johnny Canuck: The Return of a Lost Golden Age Hero!

Rachel Richey writes for Bleeding Cool: Leo Bachle’s original character, collected, restored and published by Rachel Richey with an introduction by Seth and biography by Rob Pincombe 70 years ago Johnny Canuck was Canada’s most popular comic book character, since …

Solitary: A Comic Book Series

CW Cooke writes for Bleeding Cool: What if Superman was on the Green Mile? When a hero is wrongly executed on death row, he awakens to find that he may just be immortal. Orange is the New Cape, and the …

Stillborn: The First Zombie

Stillborn: The First Zombie comic book creators Hunter S. Zombie & Phillip K. launch Kickstarter Project, July 4th – Aug. 3rd, 2014. Indie comic book, Stillborn: The First Zombie, follows the most primary member of the undead, a monster that …

Odd Couple – The Comic, The Movie?

By Louis Oddball Have you noticed a lot of super hero movies at the multiplex over the past few years, or is it just me? Most of them are produced by huge multi-media conglomerates.  Whether they are a success or …

Watson & Holmes – After The Eisners

Brandon Perlow writes, It’s been a week since I got back from the San Diego Comic Con and it was busy as ever. I don’t think that will change. It was my first year coming in as Publisher/Creator/Panelist, instead of …