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LIVE! From The DC Panel At Baltimore Comic Con With Greg Capullo, Cliff Chiang, David Finch, Dan Jurgens, Aaron Kuder, Paul Levitz, Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, And Peter Tomasi

The big DC Comics panel at Baltimore Comic Con kicked off on Saturday afternoon at 3PM, hosted by Bobbie Chase, featuring Greg Capullo, Cliff Chiang, David Finch, Dan Jurgens, Aaron Kuder, Paul Levitz, Joe Prado, Ivan Reis, and Peter Tomasi. …

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Futures End, Dark Tower, Death Of Wolverine, The Names, And More!

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: This week the Futures End event kicked off with some really …

Here Is Your Jetpack – The Five Years Later Future Of DC Comics Today, From Futures End, Action Comics, Aquaman, Detective Comics, Batwing, Green Lantern, Grayson, Green Arrow, Phantom Stranger, Swamp Thing and Earth 2

Today sees every DC Comics New 52 title jump forward five years. Naturally there’s a bit of middle age spread as every book costs $3.99. But what else? Well the Futures End series has already shown us that a war …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Death Of Wolverine To God Hates Astronauts And Many Futures End

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. …

Comic Artist Bernie Wrightson Hospitalized – Updated

Comics legend Bernie Wrightson was taken to hospital today after a series of small strokes. According to his wife, Liz, tests are being done and surgery is possible but his cognition and spirits are good. On her facebook page she …

40 Thoughts About 40 Comics – Lobster Johnson, The Woods, Justice League 3000, Action Comics, Batman/Green Hornet, Caliban, Amazing X-Men x2, Loki, Avengers World, Garfield, Iron Man, Green Lantern, Miles Morales, Great Pacific, Black Bat, Swamp Thing, Maxx, GI Joe, Superior Foes, Moon Knight, Original Sin, Suicide Risk, Revelations, Nailbiter, Adventure Time, Big Trouble In Little China, Angel & Faith, Ghost, Victories, Quantum & Woody, Action Cat, The Darkness, Rise Of The Magi, Witchblade, Judge Dredd, TMNT, Five Weapons And The Superannuated Man

Plans! Everyone needs a plan! Mine is to read an awful lot of comic books today. What is yours? Lobster Johnson #4 just has an excellent getaway plan. Woods get a second issue and a simpler version of the Lobster …

When Gamera Got An Alan Moore-style Reboot – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: For the fans and pop culture watchers who like to watch these things, the new Godzilla movie is eagerly-awaited, and the studios are taking advantage of this interest by releasing the older movies on remastered Blu-Ray, including …

Yanick Paquette At Wondercon: The Lowly Entomologist Makes Good In Comics, Collects ‘Crazy Writers’

After a heavy traffic day at Wondercon (and things are just heating up really for the big day, Saturday), fans found it amenable to chill out with Yanick Paquette who definitely brings the cool with his long history in comics …

It’s Time To Study Social Issues Through Comics – The Bleeding Cool Interview With Christina Blanch

Massive Open Online Comics Courses: the wave of the future? When pioneered by Christina Blanch, a doctoral candidate in Anthropology at Ball State University, the first course was so astonishingly successful that it surprised even Blanch. The first course’s topic …

Comic Creators Respond To… The End Of 2013

The end of a year and the beginning of another, is not just a number. For many, it’s a chance to look back, take stock, look forward and make changes. And also, to help others. The time seems to have …

Help Former DC Comics Editor Bob Kahan Stay In His Apartment

Ever the watchful eye, this one was brought to my attention by Nick Barrucci. Bob Kahan was an editor at DC Comics for many years and worked on putting out some of their best trade paperbacks… some of which you …

ComiXology All Over The World – What do Charlie Sheen and The Walking Dead have in common?

Timothy Carson writes: They’re always winning. No, really. According to ComiXology sales last week taken from iOS in-app purchase charts, The Walking Dead has, yet again, virtually overtaken charts across the world; the zombie craze has swept across all of …

Swipe File: Swamp Thing And Five Ghosts

Above we have the published cover to Five Ghosts #4. And below the cover to Swamp Thing #27 coming out in January. Reach for the stars! In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to …

Bissette and Bendis Go Back To School

Seems the Houses of Higher Education are turning to the comic world for their speakers and even teachers. In two separate stories, Stephen Bissette will be speaking at Appalachian State University this month and Brian M Bendis will be teaching …

Cammy’s Covers – Manhattan Projects To Trillium

Cameron Hatheway writes; The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman Glad to know that several pairs of Vans checkered slip-ons were recycled into making this cover. It’s not entirely checkered, which makes the overall design that much more intriguing and …

BC Mag #5: Born On The Bayou: Swamp Thing’s Roots

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Handley DC Comics’ decision, in 2011, to cancel all existing series and launch 52 new titles—among them a reboot of cult classic Swamp Thing, from writer Scott Snyder and illustrator Yanick Paquette—was met with …

Anatomy Lessons – The Saga of the Swamp Thing #21

Brandon Thomas writes for Bleeding Cool Welcome to Anatomy Lessons, an all-new feature series on this site that breaks down my favorite single-issue comics of all time… It could be a completely self-contained story, or appear smack in the middle …

A Career Retrospective With Phil Hester

Travis Ellisor writes; I first encountered Phil Hester’s work when he teamed-up with Mark Millar (and a bit of Grant Morrison) on one of the best Swamp Thing runs ever. My opinion of his art improved greatly once I started …