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The Great Lego Conspiracy Of Comic Con

The Hobbit’s Azog for $1750, Green Arrow for $800, Superman for $600, Spider-Man for $550, Spider-Woman for $525, Bag End for $200… you can see why everyone wanted exclusive San Diego Comic Con exclusive Lego toys this year. And with …

Sideshow Collectibles At SDCC – Some DC Offerings

I only got to go down to SDCC for a day this year and had meetings most of the time I was there, but I did get to wander for a few minutes and found myself over by the Sideshow …

Remembering Carmine

By Nikolai Fomich  I remember Carmine. I met him once, a few years back at Wizard World in Philadelphia. I had bought a used copy of 1992’s The Greatest Flash Stories Ever Told while in college and had brought it …

Video: Patrick Vs Comic Con. Part One – Afterwards They Will Explode

The first Afterwards They Will Explode video from San Diego Comic Con. Patrick Willems attended the show for Bleeding Cool and this is a teaser of what we are to expect. And I expect greatness.

Pop Culture Hounding Dave Elliott And Brian Winkeler At San Diego Comic Con

by Chris Thompson The San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) specials continue with Episode 49.5! As with the previous show, this stuff is raw and unedited with a lot of ambient noise – but it’s a great way to sample the flavour …

Your Friendly Neighbourhood Piderman’s First San Diego Comic Con

*** Ashley Piderman volunteered to cover some panels for Bleeding Cool this year at SDCC. Along with those panels she sent in a few writes up that were more of a journal of a first time attendees experience. We’ve collected …

Anything That Loves At San Diego Plus Subsequent Review

Louis Falcetti writes; Some panels I don’t get to write about right away because of simple logistics, there’s only so many hours in a day and our useless scientific advances have still not solved the problem of eating/sleeping yet (this …

Bizarre Queer Webcomix At San Diego Comic Con

Louis Falcetti writes; The panel for Bizarre? Queer? Perfect: Taming The Wild Webcomics Frontier, was an inspiring, interesting experience, featuring an assortment of those modern day Emersonian artists, webcomic creators, putting their love and time into the internet void because …

A Sleepy Hollow And A Free Pizza

During Comic Con a friend gave me a call, saying they were doing a screening of the new Fox network show Sleepy Hollow and he had extra wristbands to get me in. Seeing a network show early is great but the best part was they gave out free pizza.

How To Make Mike Norton Uncomfortable – Audio Of His SDCC Spotlight Panel

Alex Wilson writes and records for Bleeding Cool: Mike Norton is one of the best artists working in the comic book industry to date. His work in includes Revival, published through Image Comics and written by Tim Seeley, Battlepug, his …

The Art Of A Good San Diego Steak

Aaron Hale writes; It’s kind of a tradition for me that the first night of San Diego Comic Con my wife and I attend preview night then we go out for a nice dinner. This year we chose a restaurant …

Who Won San Diego Comic Con? We Have The Answer – And Everything Comic-Related Bleeding Cool Got Up To In One Massive Post

Data courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mark Seifert, based on some serious jigging around with Bleeding Cool page views. With the films and TV, Marvel won San Diego. Without them, it was an easy win for DC Comics. They say that …

The Return Of The Human Fly To Comics

Do you remember The Human Fly? A name used by many stuntmen, in the seventies it was adopted by Rick Rojatt, who inspired a nineteen issue comic series from Marvel with the name. It became the bane of quarter bins… …

Twenty-One Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Duane Swierczynski Revealed At San Diego Comic Con

By Hannah Means-Shannon Duane Swierczynski, who seems to be just about everywhere these days, has always had a big old soft spot for true crime and writing about criminal behavior in both his novels and his comics, and his spotlight …

A Final One Hundred And Thirty Cosplay Photos From San Diego Comic Con

Welcome to the final set of coaplay photos from Bleeding Cool taken at San Diego Comic Con 2013, courtesy of Endymion Mageto, Devin Quin and Corey Hale…

Artists Close out SDCC Sunday with a Discussion on Book Banning

Dustin Hall writes for Bleeding Cool: While SDCC is, for many, the happiest place on earth, there’s still important business to attend to. While others hunt down movie trailers, autographs, and snap shots with hot cosplayers, one panel of creators …

Tough Enough?: DC Comics’ Trivia Panel

Nikolai Fomich writes for Bleeding Cool: At Comic-Con this year DC held the DC Comics Too Tough Trivia Panel, featuring editors Eddie Berganza, Brian Cunningham, Mike Marts, as well as Mr. Dan DiDio himself. VP Marketing John Cunningham did a …

The Power of Geek: Superfandom and Why Brands, Media, and the World at Large Want In

Chris D’Lando writes for Bleeding Cool: Not too long ago, the only attention paid to the comic book fans were the bullies waiting after school. But now that San Diego Comic Con has become the epicenter of all things pop …