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Whether you’re here to get the latest rumors regarding Marvel or DC Comics (or… any other publisher, in fact), check out some comic book reviews, learn about comics history, find out what collectors are paying for important vintage comics, or check out what’s coming up from your favorite creators, the BC Comics section can help.



Spitting Image

A Look at the American Return of Spitting Image

I am a child of Spitting Image. The rubbery puppet satire show that ran on Sunday nights on ITV for over a decade in the UK taught a generation who their politicians are, at the same time as destroying them onscreen. Turning the work of cartoonists and comics writers into three-dimensional reality without any CG […]

Talking with Skottie Young

Talking with Skottie Young: Leaving Deadpool and Working Hard on Middlewest

Earlier this summer I got a chance to talk and ask some  questions of the great Skottie Young at ACE Comic Con in Seattle.  Due to technical issues this video was unusable until now.  All the parts of this interview are still timely though as Skottie Young hints at his upcoming Marvel project and talks […]

mark millar

Mark Millar Still Playing the Media Like a Maestro

Bleeding Cool remains in awe at Mark Millar‘s manipulation of the media. We first noted it when he managed to get a local journalist to run puff pieces on his work in the Scottish Sunday Times, with relatively looser editorial strictures than the main paper. Only for the pieces to then appear on the main […]




Captain Marvel #11 [Preview]

Carol Finally Gets Her Act Together in Captain Marvel #11 [Preview]

Captain Marvel #11 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by Kelly Thompson, Carmen Carnero, Tamra Bonvillain, and Clayton Cowles. We’ve got a preview below. Carol finally figured out how to stop Star from draining her powers, but as a result, Star has moved on to draining the life force of everyone in New […]


Guardians of the Galaxy #10 [Preview]

No More Mister Nice Drax in Guardians of the Galaxy #10 [Preview]

Guardians of the Galaxy #10 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, by global entertainment superstar and fashion icon Donny Cates, Cory Smith, Victor Olazaba, David Curiel, and Cory Petit. We’ve got a preview below. The recap page will get you up to speed on all the changing allegiances here. Basically, The Magus is […]

Absolute Carnage: Scream #3 [Preview]

Interpersonal Symbiote Drama in Absolute Carnage: Scream #3 [Preview]

Absolute Carnage: Scream #3 is in stores this week from Marvel Comics, by Cullen Bunn, Gerardo Sandoval, Erick Arciniega, and Cory Petit. We’ve got a preview below. The recap page can be summed up with two words: Symbiote Drama. Carnage is here to clear things up and convince Scream to do her symbiote duty and […]

Alfred Pennyworth Critiques Batman as a Rich Man Just Beating Up Poor People

This week’s The Batman’s Grave when it wasn’t reinventing the Wayne family graves, alongside the freakiest gift that loving parents can get their child, and getting thematically interrupted by adverts for chocolate bars, had Alfred Pennyworth destroying the entire concept of The Batman. It would have been cheaper to buy Gotham. Or, at least, buy […]

Captain America #15 [Preview]

Age-Inappropriate Dating Woes in Captain America #15 [Preview]

Captain America #15 is in stores from Marvel Comics this week, from Ta-Nehisi Coates, Jason Masters, Matt Milla, and Joe Caramagna. We’ve got a preview below. Steve Rogers is still dealing with the fallout of Secret Empire as the Power Elite continue to try to convince the world that the Secret Nazi is really a […]

Aero #4 [Preview]

When Climate Change is Actually a Good Thing in Aero #4 [Preview]

Aero #4 is in stores this week from Marvel Comics, by Zhou Liefen, Keng, Greg Pack, Alyssa Wong, Pop Mhan, Federico Blee, and Joe Caramagna. We’ve got a preview below. Poor Aero was just trying to enjoy a date with her boyfriend, but he planned to propose. Aero wasn’t feeling it. Awkward! Luckily, the shifting […]

Batman's Grave

When Snickers Came to The Batman’s Grave

Late comics into London this week saw be go digital. Which is also how I missed out on another Snickers ad managing to destroy a perfectly good comic book story. In the past we have had Snickers ads drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado that seemed to follow on from one of the comic […]



Paul Rainey’s Jog On Appears on the Walls of The Centre MK in Milton Keynes

Paul Rainey is the creator of There’s No Time Like The Present, Thunder Brother: Soap Division and Book of Lists and is an occasional contributor to Viz Comic. His current big project, Why Don’t You Love Me, appears regularly in ACES Weekly. His new project however is a little more… public, in the centre of […]

The Daily LITG, 13th October 2019

The Daily LITG, 13th October 2019, Happy Birthday Dan DiDio

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 21 most-read stories yesterday The DC Comics Timeline From New York Comic Con Was Not Ready to Be Published “Star Wars”: John Boyega’s Agent Confirms […]

The Most Annoying Moment of New York Comic Con, Uber Everything?

The Most Annoying Moment of New York Comic Con, Uber Everything?

Comic book creator Joyce Chin, most recently drawing Vampirella in Playboy Magazine, did not have a great C2E2 and it did not get better. Thankfully New York Comic Con went a lot better. However, she did have one moment to share which may be very familiar to all manner of in-demand comic book creators. She […]