Tag Archives: Marvel Comics

Exactly What Credits Scenes And Cameos You Can Expect In The General Release Of Guardians Of The Galaxy

I’ve just seen The Guardians Of The Galaxy on general release with my eldest daughter. First she loved it, and loved Groot most of all (much more than Rocket to my surprise). And now I have lots of seventies and …

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Guardians Of The Galaxy To Mercenary Sea And Low

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They say: Holy cow was this a great week for comics! Foxi called …

There Is A Storm At Marvel And What A Sight She Is

By Julz Hendricks Female-led comics are stealing the spotlight, making us want more glorious issues to consume. By consume, I mean read over and over again. Storm #1 sets the standard high for all the other female led books coming …

Orbiting Around Guardians Of The Galaxy With The Cosmic Catalog Of Comics

Welcome to another Special Episode of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we shoot for the stars and tackle the two bands of misfits that have called themselves the Guardians of the Galaxy. We begin our intergalactic journey with Guardians of …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Storm, Steed And Mrs. Peel, Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor, Supreme: Blue Rose, Hacktivist, The Midas Flesh, Transformers Vs. GI Joe, Life With Archie, Afterlife With Archie, Ragnarok

This week’s titles include: Storm #1 Steed and Mrs. Peel: We’re Needed #1 Groo Vs. Conan #1 Doctor Who: The Eleventh Doctor #1 Supreme: Blue Rose #1 Hacktivist TPB The Midas Flesh #8 Transformers Vs. G.I. Joe #1 Life With …

Back To Marvel’s Future

Back in 2011, Marvel comics gave us a glimpse of the future. One we haven’t seen for a while. At the end of Captain America Reborn we saw this apocalyptic future with heroes slain all over, written by Ed Brubaker. Then in …

Swag! San Diego Comic Con Edition – The Whole Shabang

Bleeding Cool reporter at San Diego Comic Con, Joseph Kyle Schmidt brought home an enviable pile of goods to balance out all his hard work for us. He acquired the following: Doom Patrol by Grant Morrison, Vol. 1, OSSM Comics …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Chew: Warrior Chicken Poyo, To The Bodies, Manhattan Projects, Guardians Of The Galaxy And More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Thanks for pressing play! DC Comics gives us a fifth week of annuals with most of them continuing the story lines that their from. Get ready for a Wonder Woman and Aquaman team up, …

Gendercrunching May 2014 – DC Down, Marvel Up, And Looking At Archie, Avatar, Zenescope, And Valiant

By Tim Hanley DC was down and Marvel was up in May, but it wasn’t quite enough to stop DC from posting the higher overall percentage of female creators for the sixth straight month. It was a real barnburner, though, …

Marvel To Publish A Princess Leia Comic As Part Of Star Wars Plans

This is one of those stories you can only pick up while wandering the San Diego Comic Con floor…. Bleeding Cool has always believed that Marvel were to launch its Star Wars comics line with two monthly titles, now that they have …

A Comic Show – It’s Batman And Doctor Who Day (And SDCC!)

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m on my way to San Diego Comic Con, but first I talk about this week’s New Comics Now on A Comic Show! Batman #33 was the finale …

Orbiting Around Grayson, Spread, Daredevil, Spider-Man 2099, Reel Love, And Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes

Welcome to Episode 159 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we go further down the spiral with Grayson #1, fight off infection with Spread #1, bury the truth with Daredevil #5, swing back with Spider-man 2099 #1, fall for the …

Comics And Cosplay Presents: Marvel’s Thor & Captain America – Real Diversity or Gimmick? And Costume Review

By Ian Mageto This Episode of Comics and Cosplay, Ian and Nel try having a Google Hangout in which they discuss whether or not the new black Captain America and female Thor are actual steps towards diversity in comics or …

M-M-M-More M-M-M-Marvel Ch-Ch-Ch-Changes

All-New Ultimates #7 will no longer have interior art by Amilcar Pinna. And Thunderbolts #30 will no longer be drawn by Gerardo Enrique Sandoval Perez. We’ve no idea who will replace then. And Marvel doesn’t seem sure yet either. But they do know …

Preview: Original Sin #7 And The Poor Marksmanship Of Nick Fury

This was how Original Sin was solicited. Everyone guess the figure would be Cable. It was. It wasn’t. Apologies, it’s old Nick Fury looking like Cable. Blame the jet lag. And in Original Sin #7, clutching the two eyeballs of …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Batman And Robin To Ragnarok, Supreme, Doctor Who, Velvet, Afterlife With Archie And More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Teen Titans, Dark Engine, Translucid, Black Market, Seconds, Life With Archie, Journey Into Mystery: Sif, And A Few Words For Those Who Can’t Handle Change In Funnybooks

This Week’s Comic Reviews Include: Teen Titans #1 Dark Engine #1 Translucid #4 Black Market #1 Seconds Life With Archie #36 Journey Into Mystery Featuring Sif Vol. 1 and 2 But first, a word or two directed to those who …

Tom Brevoort Makes $100 Bets That The New Captain America And Thor Won’t Revert To The Originals In Time For The Release Of Avengers: Age Of Ultron

So, Captain America is a black guy. Thor is a woman. And Iron Man is a bit mean. Right now, Marvel’s Tom Brevoort is answering a lot of idiocy on his Tumblr forum. But he is also putting his money …