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39 Thoughts About 39 Comics – Earth Two, Transformers (x2), Arkham Manor, Harley Quinn, My Little Pony, Rot & Ruin, Regular Show, Bee & Puppycat, GI Joe, Hellraiser, Lazarus, Judge Anderson, Buffy, The Wicked + The Divine, Zero, Father’s Day, Bionic Woman, Borderlands, Edward Scissorhands, Butterfly, Godzilla (x2), Dungeons & Dragons, Justice Inc, X-Files (x2), Nightbreed, Lady Zorro, Memetic, All-New X-Factor, Samurai Jack, Super Secret Crisis War, Starlight, Steampunk Battlestar Galactica, TMNT/Ghostbusters, Twilight Zone, Vampirella

From Earth 2: Worlds End #3, remember any scene set in London, you can always see Big Ben clock tower… The Wicked + The Divine #5 rejects that utterly. At least Twilight Zone #9 doesn’t go for a quite-so-obvious monument… …

Ales Kot Talks War, Violence, And Politics At New York Comic Con (VIDEO)

By Adi Tantimedh Ales Kot talks eloquently about the themes of war, violence and politics in his writing, all present in Zero, Secret Avengers and Bucky Barnes: The Winter Soldier. Apologies for the slightly rough quality of the video. Conversations …

The Bleed Episode 4: Reading Ray Fawkes’ The People Inside With Ales Kot

The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors David Dissanayake, Joseph Schmidt, and Sam Morse. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, books to check out, and to delve into our pick of the week with a new creator …

The Bleed Episode # 3: James Asmus & Omar Spahi Join Us For Atomic Robo

The Bleed is a weekly book club by Bleeding Cool contributors David Dissanayake and Joseph Schmidt. The group meets every Wednesday on Google Hangout to discuss news, the latest comics, creator interviews and the pick of the week. This week, we’re discussing Atomic Robo vol.1: Atomic Robo …

47 Thoughts About 47 Comics – Forever Evil, Original Sin, Batman Eternal, Saga, Harley Quinn, Magnus, The Shadow x2, Uncanny X-Men, Amazing Spider-Man, Velvet, Prophet, Solar, Doop, Rogue Trooper, Red Hood, Star Mage, Batman And Frankenstein, Wonder Woman, Batman/Superman, Justice League Of America, Hulk, Windblade, Star Slammers, Indestructible, THUNDER Agents, Invincible, East Of West, Mind The Gap, Zero, TMNT, V Wars, 7th Sword, Dexter’s Lab, My Little Pony, Littlest Pet Shop, Monster & Madman, Artifacts, Battlestar Galactica, Pathfinder, Flash Gordon, Rocket Girl, Six Million Dollar Man, Green Hornet, The Bunker and Amy Devlin

StephanieBrownWatch: There is no Stephanie Brown comic today. Welcome to #BatWorldProblems in Batman Eternal. So where can you go for a little female action in today’s comics? Thank you Magnus #3. I’m sure everyone will get the joke. Everyone. The Shadow: …

Essential 8 Comics From The Shelf For March – Time Machines, Flashbacks And Secret Agent Men

By Erik Grove It’s late March and I’ve got a lot of comic books on my mind. I’m looking forward to a great weekend in Seattle next weekend at the Emerald City Comicon (say hi to me! tweet @erikgrove to …

Forty-Seven Thoughts About Forty-Seven Comics – Aquaman, Nova, Avengers World, Pandora, My Little Pony, Batwoman, Iron Man, New Avengers, X-Men, Harley Quinn, Aphrodite IX, Undertow, Suicide Squad, Suicide Risk, Star Wars, Wonder Woman, Terminator, Buffy, Daredevil, Uncanny X-Men, Superior Spider-Man, Superman Unleashed, Ms Marvel, Loki, Okko, Samurai Jack, Witcher, Utrom Empire, Supergirl, Sex Criminals, Adventure Time, Clockwork Angels, Cure, A Voice In The Dark,, BPRD, White Suits, Skyman, Zero, Dark Horse Presents, Transformers, Magic, Illegitimates, GI Joe, Fuse, Lazarus And Rocket Girl

Thanks to Jeff Lemire on Aquaman, I am totally wanting my kids to draw a superhero book with me as the lead. I wonder what I can bribe them with? Obviously, My Little Pony comics of course. And good to know …

A Comic Show – Daredevil’s Going Back To Cali!

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back the morning after Saint Patrick’s Day with more New Comics Now! First up I tell everyone how much I loved Waid’s ANMN Daredevil #1! Sure, this …

Nerdy Show Live! Presents Ales Kot And Tradd Moore

  Our own Aaron Haaland of A Comic Show from A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, helps host this live panel with Ales Kot and Tradd Moore (the team on the current Image series Zero) to discuss their work. Dig …

Ales Kot Talks About Zero Volume 1 And Writing The TV Pilot – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes: Zero is probably the most interesting and off-beat spy comic in an increasingly crowded marketplace right now.  A 15-minutes-from-now postmodern tale filled with pop references and commentary on both real-world political hot-button events and the pop nature …

A Comic Show – Harley’s Mad Love!

By Aaron Haaland Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida, writes: Hey Fandom! It’s me, Aaron, back with new comics on Tuesday! What’s hot at a comic shop tomorrow is on A Comic Show today! This time I …

Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics

Monday, February 17th Locust Moon Comics will be hosting a stop on Gregory Benton’s massive book signing tour for his award winning graphic novel B+F from 6pm to 9pm. Don’t miss out on getting one of Benton’s famous double-interior cover original …

Five Things About Zero Issue 5

By Alasdair Stuart Ales Kot is one of the most interesting, innovative writers working in the field today. His previous work including Change, Wild Children and a couple of really fun issues of Suicide Squad are all well worth tracking …

Thirty-Nine Thoughts About Thirty-Nine Comics – All New Invaders, Batman, Mighty Avengers, Batman And Robin, Hawkeye, Transformers, Animal Man, Origin II, X-Factor, Wonder Woman, Sex, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, X-Men, Midas Flesh, Jinnrise, Star Wars, Pretty Deadly, Deadly Class, Dead Body Road, Chew, Umbral, Krampus, Zero, Bad Ass, Peanuts, TMNT, Elfquest, Mind MGMT, Dark Horse Presents, Captain Midnight, X-Files, Massive, Judge Dredd, Mega City Two, The Mocking Dead, Samurai Jack and Aphrodite XI Hidden Files

So, we’re missing a bunch of Marvel books over in the UK this week. So I am a little thought deprived. Still, there’s plenty more to read… From All-New Invaders #1, the Human Torch is recognised by his workmate and …

Bleeding Cool’s Best Comic Panels of 2013

This year, we asked our Bleeding Cool writers to contribute their picks for the Best Comic Panels of 2013, and the votes are in. From the serious and thought-provoking to the wild and raucous expressions comics are more than capable …

A Look Ahead For Ales Kot’s Zero

The cover of Zero #05, drawn by Will Tempest, designed by Tom Muller. The issue comes out 01/22/2014. Cover illustration by Matt Taylor which will eventually become a finished cover of Zero #07, coming out April 2014. Zero can be …

A Comic Show – Harley Quinn For The Win and Saga Sex Explained

Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida writes: Hey Fandom! I’m back with a batch of New Comics Now! This week we have a couple DC and Marvels and a big bunch of the best Image books. Also, …

Thirty-Four Thoughts About Thirty-Three Comics – Avengers, New Avengers, Adventure Time, BPRD, Nowhere Men, Sheltered, Morning Glories, Zero, Grimm, GI Joe, Transformers, Imagine Agents, Buzz Kill, The Strain, Brain Boy, Bloodhound, Star Trek: Khan, Dark Nights, Hellraiser, X-Files, Hunger, Batwoman, X-Men Legacy, Wonder Woman, Transformers, X-O Manowar, Batman/Superman, Batman And Two Face, Hawkeye, Avengers Assemble, Shoot First, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Bloodshot And Baltimore

Back from New York Comic Con, it’s time for more more more more comics! What’s on your shelves this week, hmm? I understand completely, Avengers. I lost on cheese too. It’s why I managed to put on an extra 10 …