Tag Archives: Rachel Deering

Swag! HeroesCon Edition

I’ve just returned from Heroes Con in Charlotte, North Carolina this weekend, one of the most comics creator-driven cons in the country, and my swag was such that I had to climb on a chair to take this aerial shot. …

‘Dark Stuff’ Is All About Mood – Horror Comics With Ben Templesmith, Rafael Albuquerque, Rachel Deering, Matthew Roberts And Vanesa Del Rey At Heroes Con 2014

I haven’t seen very many panels hosted recently at cons where a younger group of creators who are known for their work in horror are asked to express their feelings about the genre as a group, and articulate just what …

Spotlight On ComiXology Submit – Zootrope, The Reservoir, Los Muertos

Every week, there is quite a selection of new comics available that have been added to ComiXology via their creator-owned Submit platform, and here at Bleeding Cool we’re taking a moment to point out some of the titles that have …

Amelia Cole and the Barnstorming Second Season: An Interview with Team Amelia

Alasdair Stuart writes: Amelia Cole and the Hidden War finished a little while ago and set up the next season in the series as it went. Two seasons in, the book has gained a good audience both in print (Where …

“Music And Writing – It’s the Same Thing” – The Bleeding Cool Interview with Adam P. Knave of Amelia Cole, Artful Daggers, Never Ending

Adam P. Knave is an Eisner and Harvey Award-winning comics editor, a comics writer, a novelist, and until very recently, a New Yorker. But here in New York we’ll still claim him even if he’s taken off for an Amelia …

Interview: Rachel Deering Talks In the Dark, Crowdfunding and Horror

Alasdair Stuart writes; Rachel Deering wears a lot of hats. She’s part of the team who produce the Amelia Cole comics from Monkeybrain, has her own horror series, Anathema and is in the final stages of bringing In The Dark …

A Horrorthology Kickstarter With Justin Jordan, Tradd Moore, Cullen Bunn, Tim Seeley, Tom Taylor, Marguerite Bennett, James Tynion, Valerie D’Orazio And More – Oh And Rachel Deering

You’ll know the names. Mostly mid-level comic creators working for Marvel, DC, Image, Dark Horse, IDW and the likes. But they all have loyal fanbases. And they are all contributing to a new anthology of horror comics, twenty creative teams, …

Review: Amelia Cole and the Unknown World TPB

Alasdair Stuart writes; Monkeybrain have, in just over a year, proved themselves to be one of the most interesting companies on the market. Not only is their line up diverse (Kids’ action comics! A sequel to A Connecticut Yankee in …

Amelia Cole And The Final Order Cut Off Date

Alasdair Stuart writes; I’ve enjoyed, and continue to enjoy, every book Monkeybrain Comics puts out. It’s a ridiculously diverse stable of titles, from crime to medieval science fiction and they’re all worth checking out. For those of you who are …

Five Things About Amelia Cole And The Hidden War

Alasdair Stuart writes; Amelia Cole and the Hidden War is two issues old, and the changes from volume 1, Amelia Cole and the Unknown World, are all paying off. Amelia is now the city Protector, her predecessor is in the …

Anathema, From One To Three Of Six

Alasdair Stuart writes; Anathema opens with a witch being burned. It’s one of those images which is instantly recognizable, the grim, hunched woods, the blazing pyre, the screaming woman and the black, rook-like figures of the Priests intoning the crimes …

Love, Death And Anathema: An Interview With Rachel Deering

Alasdair Stuart writes; I was introduced to Rachel Deering‘s work through Amelia Cole and the Unknown World (Amelia Cole and the Hidden War starting in May, folks!). I was impressed, because, as I’ve said more than once, the Amelia Cole …

Amelia Cole And The Unsung Heroes -Talking to DJ Kirkbride, Adam P. Knave, Nick Brokenshire, Rachel Deering and Ruiz Moreno about Amelia Cole and the Unknown World

Alasdair Stuart writes for Bleeding Cool Monkeybrain Comics are one of the year’s success stories; a tightly knit group of smartly written and drawn titles unified by the quality of the work. One of the best of their launch titles, …