Tag Archives: superheroes

Preview Character Designs And Meta Content From Leaving Megalopolis By Gail Simone And Jim Calafiore

It started off as a Kickstarter that raised a six-figure sum due to overwhelming fan demand, and that’s no surprise due to the team up of the magnificent Gail Simone and Jim Calafiore, who previously collaborated on Secret Six. The …

Faster Than A Speeding Bullet – Johns and Romita Jr Give Us The Superman We Need

By Julz Hendricks When I read Superman comics, I forget everything else exists. You can tell me Superman’s origin story every day and I will still tear up and want to read it again. It’s no secret that I was …

It Wouldn’t Be Difficult For Warner Bros. To Actually Promise No Jokes In Its Superhero Universe

By Nas Hoosen I’ve seen this rumor doing the rounds online lately and while I don’t have the means to validate it, and I’d likely take most negative reporting about WB/DC’s plans for its superheroes with a pinch of salt, …

Tales From The Four Color Closet – This Week DC Are Really Spoiling Us

By Joe Glass This week sees a lot of great LGBTQ content from DC, the most I can think of coming out from a single publisher in the same week for a while. Now, small warning, there may be some …

The American Superhero Vs. The State – From Bulgaria To New York

This Soviet era monument in Sofia, Bulgaria, of Cold War might and muscle, has been given a more modern makeover, with the strength of soldiers reinterpreted as American icons, Superman, Wonder Woman, Captain America, The Joker, Santa Claus and Ronald McDonald. …

T.A.S.K. Is Coming! Talking With Damion Gonzales About The New Animated Series

By Nikolai Fomich [T.A.S.K] Lightning Rod! Onyx! Glitch! Lady Baskerville! You may not know these names now – but creators Damion Gonzales, Zak Farmer, and Sean Izaakse are determined that you soon will. Together they’ve combined their talents to create …

Imperial’s Real Feel And Shakespearian Dialogue For The Win

Peter S. Svensson reviews comics for Bleeding Cool: It isn’t often that I may call a comic Shakespearean unironically. But Imperial #1 earns such high praise with clever dialogue and a fun premise. Mark McDonnell, dealing with his father’s recent …

A Comic­Con Party With A Difference At Rich’s Bar

By Joe Glass Wednesday night, preview night of Comic­Con International 2014, and San Diego night life begins to come alive with the early parties of the convention. If you could manage to make the trip out to Hillcrest, however, you …

First Non-Spoiler Review Of Guardians Of The Galaxy: The Avengers Done Right

By Nas Hoosen When most people point to their favorite Marvel Studios picture, it’s usually to Joss Whedon’s Avengers. After all, that was the one that delivered on the promise of that first post-credits tease at the end of Iron …

A Hasbro Double Punch At San Diego Comic Con – Marvel And Star Wars With Designers And Execs!

By Will Romine Hello friends o’ mine! I’m in San Diego and I’m at the Hasbro booth looking over some upcoming figures.  I haven’t seen such a large collection of  3.75 inches since I stopped to use the employee restroom …

Preview The Chimera Brigade From Titan – Metahumans Fighting It Out During WWII

The Chimera Brigade, a 48 page hardcover graphic novel is arriving from Titan Comics at the end of October featuring the writing of Serge Lehman and Fabrice Colin and the artwork of Gess and Celine Bessoneau. It strikes me as …

Winners Announced For ‘Re-Create A Wrestler’ Design Contest From CHIKARA & Project: Rooftop

By Chris Arrant After nearly three months of waiting, the results are in for Project: Rooftop’s “Re-Create A Wrestler” Design contest done in partnership with the wrestling promotion CHIKARA and Bleeding Cool. The contest, announced back in March, threw down …

Elevator Pitch – What Hero Do You Want To See On The Silver Screen? She-Hulk!(UPDATE)

By Gary Turner Last time we took a look at the Black Panther. I do actually agree with HalfMadJesus. In hind-sight T’Challa is deserving of an origin story. Also from a different note, that Avenger’s insertion was only going to …

Watch The Trailer For Titan’s Death Sentence With ‘Sex, Superpowers, And Six Months To Live’

Death Sentence is described as a tale of “sex, superheroes, and six months to live”, but more specifically it’s about people with a lot of power on a short fuse, and what decisions they will make. Written by Montynero, with …

Wizard World Atlanta: Get Educated On Comic Art, Batman, Spider-Man, And Comic Films

Wizard World Atlanta starts today, and in keeping with some of the recent Wizard Worlds and with help from former Marvel editor and author Danny Fingeroth, the offerings are wide-ranging in terms of comics history, all-star creators, and practical discussions …

Selling The Geek – A Look At 2014/2015 Trailers From ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX, The CW

By Ray Flook We live in “The TRUE Golden Age of Television.” (Giving everyone a second to relax and put their knives away before I explain…) Let me start with a confession: when I use the word “television,” I’m using …

Elevator Pitch: What Hero Do You Want To See On The Silver Screen? Wonder Woman!

By Gary Turner Last time’s Power Man & Iron Fist pitch was pretty challenging to get two so very different characters together. But I think it would make for a very fun popcorn-munching ride. This time around we’re looking at …

Drag Queens Are Superheroes At C2E2

By Alex Wilson Stumbling through the isles of c2e2 I came across Chad Sell, an artist who draws drag queens from the popular television program RuPaul’s Drag Race. Most comic book fans wouldn’t classify RuPaul’s Drag Race, as something they …