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A Look Back at Doomsday Clock, Ahead Of Its #12 Finale

The unauthorised sequel to Watchmen, Doomsday Clock by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank will have its final chapter, #12 is out in a couple of weeks, December 18th. Alongside everything else it seems. A double-sized final issue, it will join Tom King‘s final Batman, the end of Scott Snyder‘s Doom War, the launch of James […]



A New “Crisis” For DC Comics in 2020, Ahead of 5G

In June, Bleeding Cool first ran the news that DC Comics was preparing to publish something called 5G, leaking out of a private DC Comics staffers discussion group. We just didn’t know what it was. During the DC Nation presentation at New York Comic Con, where Bleeding Cool was able to get screengrabs of the […]

Will Teen Lantern Take Over The Green Lantern Comic in 2020?

Gossip: Will Teen Lantern Take Over The Green Lantern Comic in 2020?

Okay, so this week has been a little busy, DC Gossip-wise aftr we began running  with the DC Comics Timeline. A new 60-year history of the DC Universe, with some time-twisting shenanigans along the way (thanks to Zero Hour, Crisis and Doomsday Clock), but showing us four distinct generations of DC Comics history. And realising that 5G meant the fifth generation of DC Comics […]

Gossip: Wonder Woman Will Be the First to be Replaced in DC Comics' 5G

Gossip: Wonder Woman Will Be the First to be Replaced in DC Comics’ 5G?

Oh, it’s a busy day in Bleeding Cool towers. You publish once piece of gossip, that inspires another, which inspires another. A few months ago, Bleeding Cool scooped the world, with news about DC Comics replacing Bruce Wayne with a new character under the cowl, the son of Luke Fox, Lucius Fox. With Bruce Wayne […]

Gossip: Luke Fox, Jonathan Kent - What DC Comics' 5G is All About

Gossip: Luke Fox, Jonathan Kent – What DC Comics’ 5G is All About

It was the way the DC Comics Timeline, as revealed at New York Comic-Con this weekend, as grabbed and then dissected by Bleeding Cool, was set out that got me. With items such as: Bruce is Batman Clark is Superman Hal is Green Lantern Barry is Flash All of that. Across the four generations of […]





Tom King Drops Double Figure F-Bombs at the DC Nation Panel at #NYCC

Tom King Drops Double Figure F-Bombs at the DC Nation Panel at #NYCC

The DC Nation Panel at New York Comic-Con saw the A-List creators of DC Comics chatting on stage with DC publisher Dan DiDio. All very jovial and entertaining, like hanging with old friends. Jim Lee, Lee Bermejo, Nora Jemisin, Tony Daniel, Tom King and more to chat about the line, As well as the new […]


DCeased Increases In Size For Final Issue #6

DCeased Increases In Size For Final Issue #6

The final issue of DCeased is to be published later in the month. And it turns out readers will get a little more than they were expecting. Solicited as a 32-page title, usually indicating 20 pages of content, it will now be a 48-page title, indicating more like 28 pages of content. And still for […]


Will Fans Decide the End to Tales From The Dark Multiverse: The Judas Contract #1?

Will Fans Decide Who Dies in Tales From The Dark Multiverse: The Judas Contract #1?

When listing the retailer exclusive variant covers from DC Comics in December, I noticed one slight difference between the solicited description for Tales From The Dark Multiverse: The Judas Contract #1 by Kyle Higgins, Mat Groom and Tom Raney, and the one from the retailer exclusive variant cover. Here’s the solicitation: The Dark Multiverse reimagines […]

Has DC Comics Just Created Its Very Own Rick And Morty?

Has DC Comics Just Created Its Very Own Rick And Morty?

Today sees the publication of Year Of The Villain: Lex Luthor #1 from Jason Latour and Bryan Hitch, that sees the Apex Lex Luthor travelling the multiverse collecting other Lex Luthors along the way. And one in particular, a young version of Lex Luthor in a Smallville-like environment, with a dead drunk father. Who Apex […]