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Adam Kubert And A Teachable Moment

Why Adam Kubert Refused to Sign the Industry-Only Stan Lee Tribute Comic

I follow Adam Kubert on instagram and saw him post about not signing an industry-only Stan Lee tribute comic, and felt a way about it. Adam Kubert described the experience like this: A fan brought me a copy of the Stan Lee Tribute comic to sign. This was a special book for a meaningful event. […]

Benjamin Percy and Adam Kubert Relaunch

Benjamin Percy and Adam Kubert Relaunch Wolverine for Dawn of X Wave 2

Breaking news from the Dawn of X panel at New York Comic Con. Coming up after the first wave of Dawn of X books, Wave 2 will feature a new Wolverine ongoing by Benjamin Percy, Adam Kubert, and Victor Bogdanovic. “I could not be more excited to put my slash-Mark on this character,” Percy said. […]

Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #300 cover by Marcos Martin

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.1: Spectacular Spider-Man #300

Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool’s Comics Chatter! This is the show where I, Comic Reviews Editor Josh Davison, chat the week’s releases with my co-hosts. This week I am joined by Eliot, our comments moderator and sometimes comic reviewer at BC. We will be talking about Marvel’s Peter Parker: The Spectacular […]


Marvel Goes Tabloid, Reveals Spider-Man’s Arrest Warrant

For a company that’s always complaining about Bleeding Cool’s tabloid journalism, Marvel sure has taken a page out of our book in the promotion of its upcoming Legacy relaunch for The Spectacular Spider-Man. On Marvel.com, the company has published the actual NYPD arrest warrant for Spider-Man, whose fugitive status will be the subject of the […]

Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 Review: Back To Basics

Another Spider-Man title? Actually, it’s surprising that it took this long to bring on another one with Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1. We’ll still have the Miles Morales title Spider-Man 2099 for a couple more months, then there’s Spider-Gwen, and then the new, lamer Scarlet Spider title that isn’t Kaine (the better Scarlet Spider). But this […]

Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 Spoilers…Who Is That?!?!

Man that is a long title. Anyway, thanks to Funko and the Marvel Collectors Corps box I received this weekend, I have already read Peter Parker: The Spectacular Spider-Man #1 (I am not typing that all out again), and there are some doings happening in there. From here on out…there be spoilers. You are warned! […]




Creating Monsters For The 21st Century – Behind-The-Scenes Of Monsters Unleashed

Marvel’s big upcoming event Monsters Unleashed has gotten a behind-the-scenes video featuring editor-in-chief Axel Alonso, assistant editor Christina Harrington, senior editor Mark Paniccia, They talk about how this is about building monsters for the 21st century, but more than that, it’s about increasing the Marvel Universe and having heroes put their differences aside and band […]

Adam Kubert And The Kubert School To Be Part Of New Jersey Comic Expo

Artist Adam Kubert and the art school his father Joe Kubert started will be part of the New Jersey Comic Expo later this months. Adam will be in attendance on Saturday November 21st along with teachers and alumni from the school. The Kubert School will also be doing to interactive workshops during the weekend. Saturday, 12-1pm: […]

Batman Villain Eduardo Flamingo Comes To Gotham In The Form Of Raul Castillo

According to Variety, Eduardo Flamingo, who debuted in Grant Morrison and Adam Kubert‘s Batman #666, will appear in episode nine of Gotham‘s second season. Portrayed by Raul Castillo of HBO‘s recently cancelled Looking, Flamingo is described as “one of Gotham’s most dangerous hitmen. Killing for him isn’t just a job, it’s an art form. [He’s] armed […]

13 Ways The Fantastic Four Movie Is Based On Ultimate Fantastic Four (SPOILERS)

The Ultimate Fantastic Four, by Brian Michael Bandis, Mark Miller and Adam Kubert launched in 2004, part of Bill Jemas‘ initiative to relaunch the Marvel Universe for a new generation. Plenty of changes were made. And it is this version that the new movie takes its mojo from rather than the 1961 Fantastic Four of Lee […]

Adam Kubert Joins All-New All-Different Avengers

The Wall Street Journal, of all places, has the word on the All-New All-Different Avengers, with one token white guy on the team… Tony Stark. So, despite the discussion, that was him in the suit in the FCBD issue. And not Bruce Banner or Janet Van Dyne… And as well as artist Mahmud Asrar, who […]




Dave Cockrum’s Final Comic To Be Published With Neal Adams, Walter Simonson, Neil Gaiman, Adam And Andy Kubert, Bill Sienkiewicz, Bob Wiacek, Mark Wheatley And Joe St.Pierre – Get In Early

Aardwolf Publishing will be publishing the new Futurians graphic novel, and the final work of the late Dave Cockrum, through Kickstarter. And with a little help from his friends. Cockrum, creator of Nightcrawler, Storm, Colossus, Starjammers and much more passed away in 2006. At the time, he was working on a new graphic novel for […]

Marvel Brings Back The Acetate Cover For Origins II

DC have the 3D cover market sewn up for September. Indeed, picking up this weeks comics, I couldn’t help but be impressed by the resultant thickness of the DC comics. Never mind the quality, feel the width! Well, Marvel are fighting back, giving their new series for December, Origins II by Kieron Gillen and Adam […]