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45 Thoughts About 45 Comics – Original Sin, X-Men, Red Sonja, Regular Show, The Last Broadcast, Witcher, Lone Ranger, Aphrodite XI, Witchfinder, Batman And Ra’s Al Ghul, Futures End, MPH, Alex + Ada, Minimum Wage, Batwoman, Wolverine And The X-Men, Uncanny X-Men, Iron Man, Clive Barker’s Next Testament, Sex Criminals, Wonder Woman, Auteur, Kill Shakespeare, Doodle Jump, Winter World, Magnus, Eye Of Newt, Axecop, Brainboy, Buffy, BPRD, Star Wars, Turtles x2, Star Trek, Samurai Jack, The Wicked And The Divine, Powerpuff Girls, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Unity, Harbinger, Adventure Time, Loki, Thomas Alsop And Translucid
Another look at the day’s comic books with the most-read column on Bleeding Cool… and there is an awful lot to get stuck into! Original Sin #4 has Rocket Raccoon and The Punisher together for the first time. I think …
The Lone Ranger #25 is the final issue in the series from Dynamite and writer Ande Parks gives us a page by page breakdown of the tale from his point of view and says he farewell to the Masked Man. …
As The Lone Ranger series from Dynamite hits issue #24, it seemed like a good time for Byron Brewer to check in with series writer Ande Parks to see what he has in store for the Masked Man and his …
36 Thoughts About 36 Comics – Futures End, Original Sin, Batman Eternal, Adventure Time, Woods, Miles Morales: Ultimate Spider-Man, Grindhouse, Phantom Stranger, Revival, Satellite Sam, Justice League 3000, Batman/Superman, Chaos, Miss Fury, Revenge, Revelations, Aphrodite, Red Sonja, Turok, Sinister Dexter, Sixth Gun, Suicide Risk, Rat Queens, Illegitimates, Rocky & Bullwinkle, Cyberforce, Lone Ranger, Alex + Ada, Black Bat, Powerpuff Girls, Crow, Black Dynamite, Jinnrise, I Was The Cat, Garfield And Dead Letters
It’s Wednesday, it’s new comics day, which means it’s time for 36 Thoughts About 36 Comics’ traditionally fabourite way of opening its column. Some gratuitous male nudity. Courtesy of Woods #1 there. Any more for any more? Okay, that’s painful. …
Michele Brittany writes for Bleeding Cool from Comikaze: Where would the comic cons be if there were no cosplayers or very few? I’ve been to a few small comic book shows in the past and the level of energy and …
From Dynamite, hitting the stands tomorrow… RED SONJA #80 Brandon Jerwa (w) Sergio Fernandez Davila (a) Lucio Parrillo (c) FC • 40 pages • $4.99 • Teen+ In a final showdown on dark and stormy seas, everyone is at risk when …
When Bleeding Cool Met Jerry Bruckheimer To Talk About The Lone Ranger, Inflation And R-Rated Blockbusters
After nearly 40 years of practice, Jerry Bruckheimer has become very good at cutting out the nonsense.
Concept artist Keron Grant has been posting a few samples of his work on the cancelled proposal, and they do look nice.
If this first picture is a hit, Tonto could get very expensive indeed. In the meantime, Johnny Depp has some mysteries to solve.
It’s always nice to have an insight in to the reasons for a character’s chosen attire, particularly why they might choose to hide their true identity behind mask.
The UK release for The Lone Ranger is set for 9th August but I have tickets to an early screening in London on the evening of Wednesday 10th July.
In some cinemas a least, there’s a six minute scene with a classic pulp character after the Man of Steel end credits.
Not as terrifying as the frankly criminal 165-minute runtime of the third Pirates of the Caribbean film, but still a suspicious score for what appears to be a bowl of high summer trifle.
And the emphasis is back on Tonto again.
Plus bonus video Q&A with the filmmakers.
This trailer certainly doesn’t give me any better idea if this film is going to work or not. Lots of stuff blows up, though.
“There were rumours that sustained us… stories of a man born in the desert…”
A lot less trains than the last time.