Author: Jude Terror

About Jude Terror

A prophecy says that in the comic book industry's darkest days, a hero will come to lead the people through a plague of overpriced floppies, incentive variant covers, #1 issue reboots, and super-mega-crossover events.

Scourge of Rich Johnston, maker of puns, and seeker of the Snyder Cut, Jude Terror, sadly, is not the hero comics needs right now... but he's the one the industry deserves.

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Black Panther #20 [Preview]

Letting the Past Die, Killing It if You Have To in Black Panther #20 [Preview]

Black Panther has a problem. He’s the king of Wakanda, and that’s cool. But it turns out there’s a whole Intergalactic Empire of Wakanda, and that’s not very cool at all. What do do? Perhaps this preview of Black Panther #20, by Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ryan Bodenheim, and Daniel Acuna can shed some light on it. […]

Conan: Serpent War #4

Doing the Wyrm in Conan: Serpent War #4 [Preview]

Conan: Serpent War is coming to a close next week, ending the Conan crossover event that everybody was asking for. Well, we assume they were asking for it. Why the hell else does Marvel publish so many damn Conan comics? In any case, we’ve got a preview of Conan: Serpent War #4 below. We’ve always […]



Guardians of the Galaxy #1 [Preview]

Nonstop Events Take a Toll on the Cosmos in Guardians of the Galaxy #1 [Preview]

We spend a lot of time here at Bleeding Cool talking about the effects of Marvel’s nonstop super-mega-crossover events and number one issue reboots on readers. But what about the people most affected: the denizens of the Marvel Universe itself?! That’s what we get into in this preview of Guardians of the Galaxy #1, by […]

Marauders #6

A Fantastic Voyage in Marauders #6 [Preview]

Marauders #6 is in stores from Marvel Comics next week, by the Gerry Duggan of comics, Gerry Duggan, and Matteo Lolli. We’ve got a preview below. When we last left our intrepid drunken heroes, they were ambushed on a boat by an attack force of Homines Verendi, the new name of the former child inner […]


Excalibur #6 [Preview]

Roguepocalypse in Action and Child Endangerment in Excalibur #6 [Preview]

Excalibur #6 is in stores next week from Marvel Comics, and not a moment too soon, as we’re all waiting to find out how Gambit is going to react to his wife absorbing the powers (and presumably personality) of Apocalypse. We mean, that’s gotta have an effect on your sex life, right? These two have […]

Finally, Another Empyre Tie-In as Lords of Empyre: Emporer Hulkling Hits Stores in April

Finally, Another Empyre Tie-In as Lords of Empyre: Emperor Hulkling Hits Stores in April

A lot of Marvel readers have been complaining that the upcoming super-mega-crossover event, A4: Empyre with a Y sounds pretty cool and all that, but it just doesn’t have enough tie-ins and spinoff mini-series to completely drain your wallet. Well, Marvel has heard your complaints, true believers, and answered with yet another tie-in: A4: Empyre […]

Jonathan Hickman Says You Don’t Have to Buy Every X-Men Book if You Don’t Want to

Superstar writer Jonathan Hickman has been bucking tradition since he began his HoXPoX relaunch of the X-Men last Summer. While many comic book creators, for example, believe that the story should be told in the form of actual comics, Hickman prefers to relay large chunks of key information in infographics or prose pages. Hickman has […]




DC Cancels The Dreaming in April... Will It Be Relaunched?

DC Cancels The Dreaming in April… Will It Be Relaunched?

DC Comics’ April 2020 solicitations reveal that Sandman Universe series The Dreaming will be canceled with The Dreaming #20, calling into question future plans for the title announced at New York Comic Con last October. Writer Simon Spurrier and artist Bilquis Evely were said to be leaving the title after The Dreaming #18, with a […]


Paula Sevenbergen and Aneke Take Over Catwoman and April

Paula Sevenbergen and Aneke Take Over Catwoman in April

Revealed in DC’s Jokerific April Solicitations, a new creative team will be taking over Catwoman’s ongoing series with Catwoman #22. Writer Paula Sevenbergen and artist Aneke are the new creative team, kicking off a new storyline after Joelle Jones and Fernando Blanco wrap up Catwoman’s Villa Hermosa epic in March. The new storyline teases “leather […]

Children of the Atom, a New Dawn of X Comic Coming in April

Children of the Atom, a New Dawn of X Comic Coming in April

Marvel has teased yet another X-Men comic to debut in April, with an unspecified creative team. All we know is that the comic will be called Children of the Atom, and features the following cover with Angel, Cyclops, Gambit, Nightcrawler, and Jean Grey. We can also tell by the signature that R.B. Silva drew the […]

Joker War is Coming to Batman Comics, And it Starts in April

Joker War is Coming to Batman Comics, And it Starts in April

Move over, War of Jokes and Riddles! Step aside, Justice/Doom War. The latest war to ravage the DC Universe is happening in Batman in 2020, and coincidentally coinciding with all those awards nominations, it’s the Joker War! Revealed in April’s solicits for Batman, the “Their Dark Designs” storyline will be ending, but a new storyline, […]


Dark Horse to Publish Comic Book Adaptation of Original Screenplay for Alien

Dark Horse to Publish Comic Book Adaptation of Original Screenplay for Alien

In space, no one can hear you scream… or can they? Everything we thought we knew could be wrong as Dark Horse is set to publish an alternate version of the 1979 hit film Alien with Alien: The Original Screenplay. Cristiano Seixas, Guilherme Balbi, and Candice Han will adapt the original screenplay written by Dan […]