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Roswell, New Mexico: CW Releases Series Premiere Synopsis

With the CW‘s Roswell reboot ready to “come in peace” on Tuesday, January 15, the network is offering a closer look at what viewers can expect from the series premiere of Roswell, New Mexico with the official synopsis of the first episode (following the most recent teaser “Risk”). Based on Melinda Metz‘s book Roswell High, the […]

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NECA Reveals Packaged Shots For Series 13 Aliens Figures

Series 13 in NECA’s Aliens line is hitting stores in the first couple months of 2019 here, and they have revealed the final packaged shots of the three figures. Space Marine Apone makes his debut with tons of articulation, grenades, a rifle, and mechanical right arm. Two Xenomorphs are in this wave, with the Scorpion […]

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Did Aliens Land in New York City, Or is it Something More Mundane?

The New York skyline was lit up this evening with a blue pulsing glow unlike anything this side of the SFX seen in alien invasion film Independence Day. The night sky with it’s relatively low solid cloud cover could be seen from more than ten miles away. With the eerie pulsing glow at such a distance, […]


Star Wars Trilogy - Arcade Model 3 - Full attract, intro & playthrough [1080p 60fps]

Five of the Most Memorable Unported Arcade Games

Back when arcades ruled the video game scene from the 80s to the 90s, it would be natural for the most popular games ported to the most popular consoles at the time, yet there were the rare few games that never saw a home release. Growing up as a child of the 80s, the arcade […]

Roswell, New Mexico: CW Offers Fresh Look at Sci-Fi Series Reboot (TRAILER)

With the CW‘s Roswell reboot set for take off on Tuesday, January 15, the network is giving viewers a fresh look at the upcoming Roswell, New Mexico with a new trailer. Based on Melinda Metz‘s book Roswell High, the series is executive produced by Carina Adly MacKenzie (The Originals), Chris Hollier (Once Upon A Time), Julie Plec (The Vampire Diaries), Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey (The Americans), Lawrence Bender (Pulp Fiction), and Kevin Kelly Brown (Roswell). […]

Grumble #1 Review: Aliens, Demons, and Talking Dogs, oh My!

A young woman with mysterious powers rescues a shape-shifting loser in the first issue of Grumble, the latest comic from writer Rafer Roberts (Modern Fantasy) and illustrator Mike Norton (Battlepugs). Grumble is a title that defies description, as it deftly combines humor, horror, science fiction, and fantasy tropes into one story. Tala is a young […]


Roswell, New Mexico: CW Releases New Synopsis, Character Images for Sci-Fi Reboot

With the CW‘s Roswell reboot set to land on Tuesday, January 15, the network is offering a more detailed synopsis of and cast images from sci-fi/drama series Roswell, New Mexico. Based on Melinda Metz‘s book Roswell High, the series is executive produced by Carina Adly MacKenzie (The Originals), Chris Hollier (Once Upon A Time), Julie […]

“You Never Know”, Sigourney Weaver Says About Blomkamp’s ‘Alien’

The long-gestating saga of an Alien film from Neill Blomkamp continues, with yet-another quote from Ellen Ripley herself, Sigourney Weaver. Perhaps you’ll recall when a few years ago, Weaver revealed the plans (at the time) for a direct Aliens sequel that Blomkamp (District 9, Chappie) was reportedly working on. It sounded amazing; picking up right after the dropship leaves […]

Aliens: Dust to Dust #2 cover by Gabriel Hardman and Rain Beredo

Aliens: Dust to Dust #2 Review – Cover-to-Cover Intensity

A xenomorph bust out of Maxon’s mother’s chest as the escape shuttle struggles to climb out of the storm. The creature scampers through the shuttle, and the passengers panic to kill it. The craft stabilizes, and the pilots come back to assess the situation. They calm the situation as best as they can, but things […]


Profiles in History Auctions Phasers, Stormtroopers, and More [SDCC]

Words and Photos by Bleeding Cool’s Jimmy Leszczynski: Profiles in History was founded in 1985 by Joseph Maddalena and since then has established itself as the world’s largest auctioneer of original Hollywood memorabilia. Brian Chanes, Head of Consignor Relations and Client Relations at Profiles in History, took some time out of his very busy Comic-Con schedule […]

Hellboy, Alien, and More: Super7 Booth at SDCC 2018 [Photos]

Photos from Bleeding Cool’s Jeremy Konrad: Super7 had some sweet toys and collectibles from franchises such as Planet of the Apes, Hellboy, and Alien at San Diego Comic-Con. Our collectibles guru, Jeremy Konrad, was there to score some nice photos for your viewing pleasure. Check them out below.

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

Wednesday draws near, and that means it’s time for another installment of Comics for Your Pull Box. We have a ton of major releases this week, but here at Bleeding Cool we are going to try and narrow it down to the absolute must-haves and must-tries. Here is the link to the full Comic List […]

Ripley’s ‘Alien’ Space Suit Goes for $204k, ‘Aliens’ Flamethrower for $108k

Ellen Ripley (played by Sigourney Weaver) is perhaps the greatest female character in all of science fiction history. First appearing in Sir Ridley Scott‘s seminal 1979 film Alien, she returned to head three additional films in the space franchise. Two items of Ripley’s were up at auction today during Profiles In History’s Icons & Legends In Hollywood, and […]

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Aliens Is Getting A New AAA Game From Cold Iron Studios

Aliens fans- it looks like we are getting another game to scare the bejeezus out of us. FoxNext tweeted out a link today from Cold Iron Studios looking for talent to “work on Aliens with us in California!” and a link to apply. We’re developing an A L I E N S game at @ColdIronStudios. […]


Bleeding Cool Talks ‘Alien’ Franchise on #LV426

April 26th somewhere along the line became Alien Day, a celebration of Ripley, Weyland Yutani, and the Xenomorphs who love them.  First released in 1979, the groundbreaking space horror film directed by Sir Ridley Scott blew the airlock doors off what a female lead could do and be in such a movie. To be fair, LV-426 […]

Aliens: Dust to Dust #1 cover by Gabriel Hardman

Aliens: Dust to Dust #1 Review – Tense, Gorgeous, and Juicy

Maxon and his mother live on a Waylon-Yutani compound on a planet beyond Earth. One night, Maxon wakes up to the compound on fire and something attacking the colony. One of such things is on his mother’s head, but she seems to fight it off. She takes Maxon, and the two brave through the alien […]