Author: Dan Wickline

About Dan Wickline

Has quietly been working at Bleeding Cool for over three years. He has written comics for Image, Top Cow, Shadowline, Avatar, IDW, Dynamite, Moonstone, Humanoids and Zenescope. He is the author of the Lucius Fogg series of novels and a published photographer.


Young Justice: Outsiders

Young Justice: Outsiders Gets Official Synopsis and New Art

While four of the original series slated for the DC Universe streaming service are brand new, the fifth is the highly anticipated return of a fan-favorite animated series, Young Justice. The original series ran from November 2010 to March of 2013 and was originally developed by Brandon Vietti and Greg Weisman for Cartoon Network. The […]

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Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger: The World Has Taken So Much from Tandy

Tonight we get the fifth episode of Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger, which will take us to the halfway point of the first season. The first two episodes debuted back-to-back making for a pretty dramatic launch. The fourth episode brought our two leads, Tyrone Johnson (Aubrey Joseph) and Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) to talk about their […]

Titans Season 1: Official Synopsis and Images of Robin

With this morning announcement of the DC Universe streaming service, we got the official synopsis for the Titans series which is set to premiere later this year. The series was originally being set up at TNT, but was passed on. In April 2017 it was announced that the series would help launch DC’s new streaming […]

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Exclusive: Ryan Ferrier and Alejandro Aragon Team for Death Orb

We have an exclusive new announcement from Dark Horse this morning. Death Orb, a new five-part series from the creator of D4VE and Kennel House Blues and the artist of 28 Days Later and Robocop, is a fast-paced manga-style action adventure in the vein of Mad Max. Writer Ryan Ferrier and artist Alejandro Aragon take readers on […]

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DC Universe Launches This Fall, and We Have the Details

DC Entertainment’s big announcement today is details about their upcoming subscription service, DC Universe. It will host live-action series Titans, Doom Patrol, and Swamp Thing, plus animated series Young Justice: Outsiders and Harley Quinn. It will also host classic DC films and television series plus a collection of DC comics, a fan forum, a DC […]

Expect a “Big Announcement” Tomorrow from DC Universe

DC hit social media today and told everyone to expect a big announcement about DC Universe tomorrow. If you’re not familiar with it, DC Universe is the name of the upcoming streaming service that will specialize in properties related to DC Films and DC Television. A handful of projects have already been announced, including live-action […]

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Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger: Tyrone Puts on the Cloak

One of the questions fans have been wondering since it was announced that Freeform would be making a Cloak and Dagger television series was the possibility of getting the characters’ costumes. Tyrone Johnson’s (Aubrey Joseph) is the much easier of the two, while Tandy Bowen (Olivia Holt) has a costume that has changed some over […]

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Krysten Ritter to Make Directorial Debut with Marvel’s Jessica Jones Season 3

Season 2 of Marvel’s Jessica Jones was unique in that all 13 episodes were made by female directors. We don’t know if that will be the case again for season 3, but Deadline is reporting that one of the people making their directorial debut during the season is series star Krysten Ritter. The third season has […]

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Writer’s Commentary – Landry Q. Walker Talks A Clash of Kings #11

Dynamite has sent us a writer’s commentary by Landry Q. Walker as he talks about George R. R. Martin’s A Clash of Kings #11. The issue has covers by Mike Miller and Mel Rubi with interiors by Rubi. Hey, folks. Here we are again with another behind the scenes look at A Clash of Kings […]

Supergirl’s Odette Annable Takes on a Christmas Romantic Comedy

We’ve gotten to see a lot of Odette Annable over the last year as the actress took on the role of Samantha Arias and Reign in season 3 of the CW series Supergirl. But now that her time as a Worldkiller is at an end, she is moving on to a more festive story. Deadline […]

Arrow Season 7: The 6 Villains We Want Oliver to Meet in Prison

With Oliver Queen (Stephen Amell) being sent to Slabside Super Max, this gives Arrow a chance to revisit some of their favorite villains from over the years. And if they are loosely adapting the Escape from Super Max screenplay, then they will definitely need some interesting villains for him to team up with. While they […]

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Grace Park Signs on for ABC’s ‘A Million Little Things’

Former Hawaii Five-O star Grace Park is returning to primetime in a series set on the opposite side of the United States. Park is replacing Anne Son as the series regular role of Katherine in ABC’s new Boston-based series A Million Little Things. She joins a cast that includes David Giuntoli (Grimm), Ron Livingston (Office […]

Arrow Season 7: Title, Writers, and Director of the Season Premiere

Proof that production of Arrow season 7 is well under way was posted by the series new showrunner Beth Schwartz yesterday. She posted the below photo showing the original Arrow Pop! Vinyl figure standing in front of a copy of the season premiere script. Episode #701 will be titled ‘Inmate 4587’ and is written by Schwartz […]

Supergirl Season 3: The Bad of the Season Was the Disjointed Narrative

Supergirl season 3 had a lot of great things in it. The introduction of the Legion of Super Heroes including Saturn Girl (Amy Jackson) and Brainiac 5 (Jesse Rath). A strong villain storyline in Reign (Odette Annable), the introduction of Argo City, Mon-El (Chris Wood) becoming a true hero, an exploration of Martian history with […]

Jeremy Irons Joins the Cast of HBO’s ‘Watchmen’

Jeremy Irons, who just took two turns as Alfred Pennyworth, is joining another DC Comics property as he signs on for Damon Lindelof‘s adaptation of Watchmen. According to Deadline, the Oscar-winning actor is taking on a lead role in the HBO pilot based on the Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons iconic comic series. He joins […]

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The Flash Season 4: The Bad of the Season Was the Constant Losing

As The Flash moved into its fourth season, the knock against season 3 had been that it was too dark. Heart and humor are two key elements that make the show work, and the constant pressure to save Iris (Candace Patton) put Barry (Grant Gustin) in a very different place. Producers and writers acknowledged that […]

Arrow Season 6: The Bad of the Season Was Too Much Infighting

When it comes to the world of television series, you have to take the good with the bad. And when you’re putting together a season worth of shows, sometimes things work perfectly while other times it’s a swing-and-a-miss. With Arrow going into its first season without flashbacks, the writers changed up a few things. They […]


Dave Dorman, Anthony Marquez, and Elias Chatzoudis Cover Charlie’s Angels #1

Dynamite has sent us the exclusive covers for their new Charlie’s Angels #1 that hits shelves this week. The series comes from John Layman and Joe Eisma, who also does some of the regular covers along with David Finch. But there is a retailer exclusive cover and covers exclusive to the Salt City Comic Con […]

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Netflix Makes Deal for Robert B. Parker’s Spenser with Mark Wahlberg

Netflix has made a deal to potentially produce a series of films based on Robert B. Parker‘s ex-boxer-turned-private-eye Spenser, Deadline reports. Parker wrote 40 novels starring the Boston-based, poetry-loving, wisecracking sleuth that were then adapted in the 1980s into a television series with Robert Urich and Avery Brooks. Interestingly, the film would adapt the novel Wonderland, one […]