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Our Reviews Matter

Christine Marie Vinciquarra writes for Bleeding Cool: There are countless amounts of people that review comic books on a daily basis, but I’ve been writing reviews for Bleeding Cool for about six months now. I never expected to learn so …

Reading Raven Nevermore

Richard Caldwell writes, People still self-publish without crowd-funders? Is that even possible anymore? Raven Nevermore #1, Chapter One: Days of Yore is the debut issue of Nuno Teixeira‘s poetic revelation of dark fantasy. Created, designed and written by Teixeira, illustrated …

From Tomorrow, Rotten Tomatoes Will Rate TV Shows As Well As Movies

There’s a lot wrong with Rotten Tomatoes’ system for rating and ranking movies, most of it rooted in the fact that binary categorisation just doesn’t suit something as complex and sophisticated as a movie review

The Crazy Amorality Of Dream Thief

Hannah Means-Shannon writes; The promo from Dark Horse for Dream Thief #1 warn you that “spirits of the vengeful dead” are going to “possess” John Lincoln and turn his life into a nightmare, so there’s plenty of mental preparation provided …

Nine Thoughts About Nine Comics – Ultimate Spider-Man, Wonder Woman, Fatale, Avengers: The Enemy Within, FF, Battlestar Galactica, Luther Strode, Nova And The Back Of DC Books

Miles Morales has had a year without being Ultimate Spider-Man. And without his mother. His dad has an idea. Move. Hawaii or England? It’s a dilemma. Maybe another comic could help out. Wonder Woman?       I don’t know why Wonder …

A Comic Show – Age Of Ultron Gets Crazier

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Florida writes; Hey Fandom! I’m back, still a little sick and not at 100%, but I’m on antibiotics. This week has so much more creator owned and licensed stuff I’m in to than …

Bleeding Cool Movie Podcast – Oz The Great And Powerful, Stoker, Twisty Plots, Stop Motion, Sleep Tight And More

Including Hansel and Gretel: Witch Hunters, Safe Haven, Frankenweenie and more.

Michael Moran’s Top 5 Films Of 2012

Bleeding Cool’s favourite film critic knows what he likes, and now you can too.

Pop Culture Hounding Dave Gibbons And Herb Trimpe In Malta

Chris Thompson writes; This week I take a look back at the absolutely amazing Malta Comic-Con I’ve recently returned from – then Taylor & I discuss some of the gems found there, including Sean Azzopardi’s latest release Same Day Return. …

Pop Culture Hounding Marvel NOW! and Ryan Ferrier

Chris Thompson writes for Bleeding Cool… just before he heads off to Malta! Taylor and I have mixed views about this week’s Marvel Now! books, and find we don’t see eye-to-eye with Daniel Way’s Thunderbolts #1 or Jonathan Hickman’s much-anticipated …

Cannes Film Festival: Friday 18th May – Rust & Bone

Rust & Bone and Reality, fresh from the fest.

The Before Watchmen Reviews Are In. From Some People.

Looks like midnight EST was the embargo point, for certain comic book journalists to be allowed to talk about the Before Watchmen comics they’ve seen. And a secretive project it was too! Joey Esposito (IGN Comics): Earlier this week, I …

Friday Film Review – Aardman’s Pirates!, Wild Bill And The Hunger Games

I’m not at my healthiest today, I’m afraid, but I was doing okay at 8am when I appeared on Glide FM for a round-up of some new releases. [display_podcast]

First Reviews Of The Hunger Games Are Incredibly Positive – So Lets Celebrate With Another TV Spot

The reviews embargo was up on The Hunger Games yesterday. You don’t have a review from us because… well, because Bleeding Cool have not been allowed to see it yet. It’s not considered that the literally millions of sci-fi and …

Contraband – The Bleeding Cool Review

Michael Moran takes a determinedly spoiler-free look at Mark Wahlberg’s super-smuggler thriller. Advisory: Contains scenes of s J Jonah Jameson in a sailor suit.

Reviewcrunching At Bleeding Cool

Mad_Man_Moon writes for Bleeding Cool; Well, hello there, young thing. This is a piece about the Bleeding Cool reviews section through 2011. Late? Sure. Great? Definitely. Can’t do a lot to make numbers sound fun short of aligning them to …

Fourteen-And-A-Half Thoughts About Fourteen-And-A-Half DC Comic Books Today – Voodoo, Shade, Black Hawks, Green Lantern: New Guardians, All Star Western, I Vampire, The Flash, Firestorm, Hawkman, Aquaman, Teen Titans, The Dark Knight, Superman And The Ray

Morning folks! The DC Relaunch keeps on relaunching. This is technically the last week of November’s relaunch titles, next week looks rather barren – more on that later. So let’s have a look at the last of the issue 3s, …

Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen DC Comics – Justice League, Batman, Red Hood And The Outlaws, DC Universe Presents, Catwoman, Wonder Woman, Supergirl, My Greatest Adventure, Green Lantern Corps, Birds Of Prey, Nightwing, Legion Of Super Heroes, Blue Beetle And Captain Atom

Fourteen comics, fourteen thoughts… Batman #3 from Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo takes the idea of Batman and an urban legend and applies it to a figure, or figures in Gotham, that really have remained secret for a long time. …