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When Jan Duursema Called Out Florent Belmonte Over Darth Maul, And The Internet Joined In

Florent Belmonte is a French artist with a penchant for Marvel, DC and Star Wars imagery, and was recently featured on Geek Tyrant, showing off his work. But one recent piece raised the ire of Jan Duursema, as it bore quite …

The Shadow Masters Series – Dynamite Expands Shadow Publishing Program

The Shadow 1941: Hitler’s Astrologer sold out immediately when it shipped showing the demand for the classic Denny O’Neil and Mike Kaluta story. So Dynamite Entertainment has not only taken the book back to press for a second printing, but …

Peyton Reed Signed On To Direct The Fifth Beatle, From The Brian Epstein Graphic Novel

If you’ve read the comic, written by Tiwary and illustrated Andrew Robinson, with an interlude illustrated by Kyle Baker, you’ll know that Reed is a bang-on choice.

The Fifth Beatle Made The NY Times Best Seller List – And It’s Easy To See Why

Since The Fifth Beatle launched from Dark Horse Comics’ “M Press” division on November 19th, it’s been making the rounds of mainstream reportage because of its prominent subject matter—the life and times of Beatles manager Brian Epstein. By November 30th, …

The Fifth Beatle Comes To New York And Miami

On November 19th, The Fifth Beatle: The Brian Epstein Story hits stores. The graphic novel by VivekTiwary, Andrew Robinson and Kyle Baker and similarly titled feature film tells the story of the man who discovered the Beatles in a basement …

“If I Hadn’t Already Quit Marvel And DC Years Ago, I’d Quit Again” – Kyle Baker And More Respond To Mark Waid

It keeps on rolling, The original blog post by Mark Waid about the way young freelancers in comics are treated – and what they should do about it – keeps getting reaction. From Twitter, comments, and Facebook, here are a …

Kyle Baker On Miley Cyrus, Charlie Chaplin And The Twerk Heard Round The World

Let me start by saying that Kyle Baker posted this on his blog and mentions wanting the page hits… so please go here for his entire post and make Mr. Baker happy. As for what he wrote: I’m a Miley fan from …

Kyle Baker Returns To Comics With “Meh”

Some thought he’d given up on comics. He gave all his owned comics work away for free, digitally. But now he’s back with a new strip. “Meh”. Man, that took me right back to Why I Hate Saturn. Don’t anyone …

Andrew Robinson on The Fifth Beatle

Andrew Robinson, the creator of Dusty Star took on a very different project lately and Nikolai Fomich sat down to talk to him about it on behalf of Bleeding Cool. Bleeding Cool: Andrew, this project has been a long time …

Read Some Of The Greatest Graphic Novels Ever FREE. Start With The Cowboy Wally Show.

I cannot tell you how much I love The Cowboy Wally Show by Kyle Baker but I’ll try. Um. A lot. Bleeding Cool’s Brendon Connelly also liked it so much he kept my copy from me for years. Bastard. In …

New Why I Hate Saturn From Kyle Baker

Why I Hate Saturn was one of the first graphic novels that I truly loved, less for the Thelma And Louisish plot, more for the bar dialogue, work that has rarely been surpassed in comics. Witty and wise, clever and …

David Lloyd Starts A New Weekly Comic With Kyle Baker, John McCrea, Phil Hester And More

I live in London. David Lloyd lives in Brighton. Yet the only way I could get this exclusive story was to go San Diego and sit with him at the Marriott bar… Lloyd, best known for co-creating V For Vendetta, …

A Deadpool By Any Other Name Would Still Smell Of Balls

What’s in a name? Often comic book products change their name from concept to production. Sometimes it’s legal, sometimes it’s a change of mind, sometimes it’s a technical issue and sometimes… it’s a shame. Take the Deadpool MAX: Balls Out …

DC To Release Elseworlds Eighty Page Giant… Finally

It paid for my honeymoon and my bathroom back then, you know. The decision by Paul Levitz to pulp DC’s Elseworlds Eighty Page Giant back in 1999 came at a fortuitous time for me, as copies were sent to the …

Speculator Corner: Wednesday Comics

On July 8th, DC Comics’ Wednesday Comics hits the stands. A massively oversized comic, folded over twice to fit in a traditional comic stand, Wednesday Comics features 16 stories, one page each, running over twelve weeks, written and drawn by …