Author: Eliot Cole
//The Norwegian poster, because I liked it more. I won’t kid you, I like the Fast films but this was a hot mess. Fast and Furious 8 is definitely the worst I can remember, but I can’t remember 2 Fast 2 Furious, or my own name, so perhaps I’m the lucky one. Curiously, The Fate of […]
SEGA has released a new video for Warhammer 40,000: Dawn Of War 3 and you might even recognize one of the actors involved. We’ve already let you know that there’s a multiplayer BETA coming out on April 21 (which is six days before the scheduled release date, make of that what you will), and shown […]
LIFE (though not without its slasher flick obviousness) is a stunningly taught sci-fi horror/thriller you need to catch at the cinema.
Rob Jones writes for Bleeding Cool Good day, fans of sequential loveliness. We’re Rob Jones and Mike Sambrook, writers, editors, letterers and dreamers of comics. We’re here today to talk to you about colouring (or coloring if you’re of an American persuasion). We started Madius Comics a couple of years ago and in that short […]
Emilie Badaboom writes for Bleeding Cool At at Queering Comics panel, panelists presented scholarly dialogue presenting their reviews of various comic universes stories as they relate to queer theory. The panel included commentary on Kill Shakespeare by Karma Waltonen, The Vision by Andrew Barton, and on Steven Universe’s comics and show by Michael Lee Gonzales. […]
YES! Finally Doreen Green is making it to the small screen! Ahem, so this is a totally professional, unbiased, report on the fact that Squirrel Girl will have her own live action TV show. OK, so it’ll be shared with the New Warriors (whatever) but we all see where this is going. The Freeform cable […]
NativeGold recently had a successful pop-up shop at Claremont’s A Shop Called Quest. The collection was focused around Studio Ghibli.
Walking through the exhibitor hall, I stopped to look at some art and was told by the artist that if I provided an idea, he'd sketch it...
Peter S. Svensson writes for Bleeding Cool. Phil Jimenez is the nicest guy in comics. It’s not just that he took the time to talk to little kids in line for his panel before it began, asking them what costume they would like to wear if they had a choice. It’s not that he always […]
Some folks'll do anything to stop women getting up on stage. An unknown convinced security that Hope Larson wasn't going to make it.
Michael Keaton's Adrian Toomes (The Vulture) is actually the first MCU Super Villain to (try) to keep a day job in Spider-Man: Homecoming.
Ben Harvey's The New Look is a very particular dystopian Sci-Fi dive into a future where style is literally king. A wonderful piece of art ...
This is sensationally good comicsing, and if you’re not yet reading, it’s a perfect start. Well, a perfect “middle,” perfect “near start,” I dunno. Perhaps ask Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky what the plan is for Sex Criminals, because they are taking their sweet ass time getting it to us, but they don’t half deliver hard. For […]
Director James Gunn gave us a look at the sweet new Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2 poster. A closer look at my cassette collection. pic.twitter.com/vPUvoJyEki — James Gunn (@JamesGunn) February 6, 2017 Here it is without all of that horrid social stuff around it, like, who leaves their toys in the boxes anyways?
I’ve got to be honest, reading the pilot script for WGN America’s Scalped was a bit of a slog. Largely emotion free until close to the finish, it just didn’t grab me much, and there’s zero of the ‘Rez Noir’ from the book (which was half the reason to read). That said I can see […]
So, yes, you're immediately pulled in to Paknadel, Watters, Holder, and Lesko's purposeful book, that also has a perillous feeling...
The Few is a pretty, but sparse, introduction to Sean Lewis and Hayden Sherman‘s dystopia, it’s not without its faults, but at $4.99 for 43 story pages is that a decent bang for your fiver? It’s at this point I’d like to let you know it’s going to be my first largely critical review. As […]
You might possibly remember when Erik told you about the Lone Wolf and Cub live action film being put in to production last year. Well, this could be a ramping up for that. The Criterion Collection have produced 2K restorations of the original 6 live action films to be released on March 27th 2017 in the UK […]
You may remember that we reported on Mark Hammill reading out Donald Trump‘s Meryl Streep tweets in his trademarked Joker voice … well he’s at it again. A Very Special Message in Honor of Martin Luther King Day #Compassion #Tolerance #Empathy #Respect https://t.co/Kjw9PxruiA pic.twitter.com/WGOnigEtu8 — Mark Hamill (@HamillHimself) January 16, 2017 This time Hammill’s attentions […]
Borag Thungg! The 2000AD 40th anniversary celebrations are upon us, with the big event coming up on the 11th, but they’re also hosting a number of satellite happenings around the period. This one being a life drawing session in conjunction with Art Model Collective called Muties & Perps on the 05th of February (facebook event | tickets). Jason Atomic, an artist […]