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Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, On Not Being Allowed To Write Gay Characters Kissing in Comics

Jeremy Whitley, author of Princeless, The Unstoppable Wasp, The FF, Rainbow Brite, the upcoming The School For ExtraterrestrialGirls and many other comic books has just shared one part of the editorial process. And shown what is still going down. He posted out in a series of tweets and replies; So, this was the week I […]

New Secret Marvel Project by Eve Ewing to Be Revealed Next Week

New Secret Marvel Project by Eve Ewing to Be Revealed Next Week

Ironheart wrapped up after twelve issues with last week’s Ironheart #12, and writer Eve Ewing took to Twitter this week to provide thorough writers commentary on the final issue, say her farewells to the character, reveal some behind-the-scenes drama, and finally to announce that she will be announcing a secret new Marvel project next week. […]


Bad Boy of Comics Donny Cates Reveals Marvel Has Big Plans for Bats the Ghost Dog

Donny Cates Spoils Thor Run on Twitter: It Will Not Feature Knull

Global entertainment superstar and fashion icon Donny Cates has expanded his sphere of influence, moving beyond his kingdom of Twitter to expand to the vast, unconquered territory of Reddit. The Bad Boy of comics took to Twitter to respond to a screencap complaining about Cates’ upcoming and highly anticipated Thor run with artist Nic Klein and […]


What Pushed Amazing Spider-Man and Conan Into New Content Warning Ratings?

What Pushed Amazing Spider-Man and Conan Into Higher Content Warning Ratings?

After I was able to work out why Morbius The Living Vampire Omnibus saw its rating jump from to T to Parental Advisory, I was asked to continue my investigations into why two other books made a similar jump. Conan Chronicles Epic Collection TPB: The Battle of Shamla Pass, now having a rating of Mature, […]

Marvel Comics Closes Its New York Office And Moves... East

Marvel Comics Closes Its New York Office And Moves… East

The word is out. Marvel Comics is closing its New York office. Bleeding Cool scotched the rumours that Marvel Comics would be moving to the West Coast earlier this year, but suggested they may find other offices in New York. And that is just what’s happening. Marvel Comics is closing its offices for two days […]




Will Doomsday Clock #12 Bring Back Ma and Pa Kent to Superman? (Spoilers)

Matt Fraction appeared on John Siuntres’ Word Balloon Podcast talking about his work on Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen and working with brian Bendis and the rest of the Superman team. And talking about the upcoming Superman/Clark Kent ‘no more secrets’ identity reveal in the Superman comic books. He mentioned a small spoiler regarding the spluttering […]

Batman and Kite Man Walk Into a Bar in Tom King’s Final Batman #85

At New York Comic Con, Tom King told Den Of Geek about his then-planned ending to Batman, “I think I still might do a scene. I really want to do a scene with Batman and Kite Man in a bar, just drinking beers. At Porky’s bar, of course. I had a big debate, should it […]

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

We’re used to the likes of Shazam, Doomsday Clock, Captain America, Batman Vs Ra’s Al Ghul, Tony Stark: Iron Man and Fantastic Four being late. But Deadpool is a bit of a new one. Nevertheless that is what we have now, with Deadpool #4 by Kelly Thompson and Chris Bachalo, solicited for the 19th of […]

Ripley Takes a Punch from Titania in First Look at Star #1

Ripley Takes a Punch from Titania in First Look at Star #1

Marvel has revealed a first look at interior art from the upcoming Star #1, the solo mini-series spinning out of Captain Marvel and starring one of eBay’s favorite new characters, Ripley Ryan. Final Order Cutoff is next Monday, so Marvel is hoping these pages will entice retailers to order more copies, or entice readers to […]

DC's Crisis on Infinite Earths 100-Page Giant to Tie-In with CW Crossover

DC’s Crisis on Infinite Earths 100-Page Giant to Tie-In with CW Arrowverse Crossover

Extreme corporate synergy coming your way, courtesy of Walmart! Much has been said about the shipping schedule of DC’s 100-Page Giants, originally EX-X-XCLUSIVE to Walmart, then made available to comic shops (albeit shortly after their Walmart release), but setting aside all that drama for a moment, what about the content? DC Comics has revealed exactly […]


DC Comics to Publish James Jean Poster Portfolio in August 2020

James Jean is a Taiwanese-American artist, known for both commercial work and fine art gallery work.  In 2001, Jean became a cover artist for DC Comcis and later Dark Horse, won seven Eisner awards, three Harvey awards, Best Artist from the World Fantasy Awards, two gold medals and a silver from the Society of Illustrators […]



Dysfunctional X-Team Adds Sinister, Scalphunter

Marvel’s Dysfunctional X-Team Adds Sinister, Scalphunter

Sorry, Squirrel Girl fans (and people who wish Marvel would stop retconning characters to not be mutants anymore), it looks like that wasn’t Doreen with Tippy Toe on her shoulder in the teaser for Marvel’s new X-book that purports to feature the most dysfunctional X-Men team ever. Marvel revealed the next two characters in the […]