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Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Bob’s Burgers, Futures End, Godzilla 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 there were so many great books! Some great #1′s …

Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Futures End, Multiversity, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 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: We forgot the cake… but the books this episode are what …

Tribes From IDW: One Of The Most Beautiful Graphic Novels Of 2014

I’ve been trying to read Tribes: The Dog Years from IDW and Soul Craft for a couple of months. It has gone on three trips with me, carefully wrapped up because it’s a beautiful book. But life being what it …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Batman And Robin To Fade Out, Multiversity, The Strain And More

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. …

Thor’s Comic Review Column – Green Arrow, Godzilla: Cataclysm, Astro City, Hexed

This week’s comics include: Green Arrow #34 Godzilla: Cataclysm #1 Astro City #14 Hexed #1 Green Arrow #34 (DC Comics, $2.99) By Graig Kent “The New 52” botched up a lot of things in its reboot of the DC Universe, …

Fearless Enough To Win An Eisner – Discussing The Wake’s Surprising Finale With Scott Snyder(SPOILERS)

The final issue of The Wake as a completed story by Scott Snyder, Sean Murphy, and Matthew Hollingsworth, arrived on July 3oth, a couple of days after the series won an Eisner Award at San Diego Comic Con 2014. Just …

Vertigo Resurrected #1: Shoot – A Retrospective On Hard Truths

By Adam X. Smith Remember when Vertigo comics were fucking scary? Of course you don’t. The last thing to come out of Vertigo that was genuinely terrifying, Preacher, finished its run back in 2000, and its spiritual predecessor, Hellblazer, was …

Sandman Overture #3 Is A Total Continuity Geekfest. And I Love It.

Sandman Overture #3 is released today, by Neil Gaiman and JH Williams III, continuing the story of Dream and Dream Cat wandering reality together, towards their fate, revealed in Sandman #1. And it’s a total geekfest. So very, very pretty. …

New Edition Of Dave McKean’s Dustcovers For Sandman, Also Dreamstates and New Stories By McKean and Gaiman In Each

At the Diamond Retailers Appreciation lunch at San Diego Comic Con, Bob Wayne announced for Vertigo the upcoming Dustcovers book for Sandman artwork by Dave McKean, and also a book Dreamstates which will include new Sandman stories in each by …

The Kitchen Coming In November From Vertigo

At San Diego Comic Con, in the Vertigo Defy Panel, Bill Benis announced a new November book for Vertigo, The Kitchen. Set in the 70′s and the reference is to Hell’s Kitchen with a high concept dealing with the wives …

Live From The Vertigo Defy Panel At San Diego Comic Con – Vampirized Chimps In Space

It was a full line-up of creators for Vertigo Defy at San Diego Comic Con, with Mark Buckingham, Tula Lotay, Shelly Bond, Lee Bermejo, Scott Snyder, and Simon Oliver, Mark Doyle, and Will Dennis. In fact, it was one of …

The Big Question Is Do We ‘Go Forth And Explore’? Scott Snyder Teases The Wake’s Final Issue

I try to decide now, looking back, what made me pick up the first issue of The Wake from Vertigo. The interesting logo caught my attention, the edgy color schemes of orange and yellow around it, the covers that suggested …

A Career of Milestones – Joseph Illidge Talks Hardware, Batman, Diversity, And Verge Entertainment

By Nikolai Fomich [Joe Illidge at Midtown Comics in NYC, Photo Credit Milo Stone] Joseph Illidge has been many things – editor, writer, businessman, and columnist – but throughout his wide-ranging career one thing has always remained the same – …

Piecemeal, The Completed Graphic Novel By Steven Grant And Phil Winslade That DC Comics Bought But Won’t Publish

Bleeding Cool, both the website and magazine, has run a number of pieces about comic books, unfinished, unpublished, languishing in the bottom drawer of a creator of a publisher. Some grate more than others. But this one, this grates. Steven …

David Finch’s Cover For Vertigo’s Bodies

This is the cover to Vertigo’s new series, Bodies.   DC Comics have got David Finch to draw a 1-in-13 variant cover to help goose sales of the first issue, which will also be fully returnable to retailers who order …

Rumour: Karen Berger To Partner With Judith Regan For A New Graphic Novel Line?

Last year, Karen Berger walked away from DC Comics after thirty-two years. During that period, she rose to the Executive Editor of the Vertigo line which she created establishing a long line of mature readers comic books and graphic novels, …

Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Winterworld To The Wicked And The Divine And Daredevil

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. …

Well The Wake Just Gets Scarier And Scarier Crashing Toward Finale

It was already a horror comic in many ways—I mean all those tight, enclosed spaces on the underwater research station in the first issue reminiscent of being trapped on a space ship in an Alien movie. And don’t forget the …