Tom King is working on something with Andy Kubert. Well, yeah, there’s that one thing, the Superman 100-Page Giant story, in issue #3, available now at Walmart (the only place you can buy both comics and a knife to stab them with). But he’s also working on something with Andy Kubert involving Sgt. Rock, King […]
The original Challengers of the Unknown have arrived at Challengers Mountain and just killed the Prof—even though the Prof is with them. The New Challengers don’t know what to make of the situation, but they aren’t happy about the old Challengers demanding they stand down. Thankfully, this new Prof somehow heals from a bullet to […]
A disparate group of strangers arrive in a mysterious laboratory in an unknown location. Everyone is scared and unsure of what to make of one another. All they remember before arriving is their deaths. A person calling himself the Prof arrives and informs them that they have been selected to become the next generation of […]
Frank Miller isn’t the only one getting the black and white treatment from DC this Spring. Revealed in the Edelweiss catalog this morning, Flashpoint is getting am Andy Kubert sketch edition called Flashpoint Unwrapped. Drawn on for The CW’s Flash TV show and the upcoming Flash DCEU movie (whose title is now also Flashpoint), Flashpoint (the […]
This DC Artist Masterclass video was filmed during San Diego Comic-Con and features some of DC’s top artists: Amanda Conner, Tony Daniel, Jim Lee, John Romita Jr., Greg Capullo and Andy Kubert. The group talks about breaking into comics while four of them draw. The really interesting thing is that they filmed this in 360 […]
After the initial reaction to my Dark Days: The Forge review, it only seemed prudent to take on the follow-up issue Dark Days: The Casting. For those who don’t want to read through the whole thing, I’m no fan of Batman (hence the title to this review). The Forge read like a fawning pinnacle of […]
Dark Days: The Casting is the second comic prelude to DC’s enlarging event, Metal. And while I am sure there are still surprises yet to come, Dark Days: The Casting may in fact be an incredibly apt name – because we can finally get a real sense of the shape of how this event effects […]
Marvel’s big thing is throwing big-universe changing events on a yearly basis implying vast universal changes but often do not change everything in the way they actually end up changing things with their corporate initiatives that are afraid to maintain a status quo for more than a year that lead to run-on sentences like this. […]
Dark Days: The Forge is our first piece of the story towards DC’s big major crossover event, Metal. It’s also the first major crossover event that Scott Snyder has written that spans the whole DC universe, and not just the Bat-family. So how does it stack up? In a word: Broadly. This issue, co-written by […]
Every so often, comic book publishers send out previews of upcoming comics without any of the lettering finished. The result, while pretty to look at, leaves readers wondering just what the hell is going on in those pages. Well, wonder no more. Here at Bleeding Cool, we have combined decades of experience in reading comic […]
DC Comics is currently in the midst of a big editorial shake-up, dividing its comics publishing line into three kingdoms, each ruled by its own Executive Editor reporting to Editor-in-Chief Bob Harras. Pat McCallum heads up DC’s superhero publishing line, while Mark Doyle takes control of Vertigo and Young Animal, and Bobbie Chase oversees everything […]
With all of the new X-Book announcements for the upcoming ResurrXion event, and nothing about All-New Wolverine, fans have wondered what the future held for the mutant formerly known as X-23, and star of the first entertaining Wolverine book in over a decade. Well, wonder no more, because All-New Wolverine’s all-new future has been revealed […]
Colorists get some love today as Alex Sinclair goes into the DC Art Academy. He shows us how he helps finish the work of artists like Jim Lee, Andy Kubert, Ivan Reis and more. How long does it take him to color a page? Which artist’s work is the most challenging to color? How did […]
I knew that the Dark Knight: The Master Race series was going to be popular, but I didn’t know it was going to be popular enough to create a web domain specifically for selling the original art. But that is exactly what DarkKnightArt.com is. If you want to buy any of the Andy Kubert / […]
DC has released pages of art for the Dark Knight III: The Master Race (art by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson).
In this interview with DC All-Access and Tiffany Smith, Jim Lee talks about bringing Andy Kubert on as artist for The Dark Knight III, how Klaus Janson connects the different series and what it’s like working with Frank Miller. He also shows us some of the black and white art from the first issue and […]
Jim Lee and Dan DiDio have sent this out, the first panel from The Dark Knight III: The Master Race. The art is by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson from a script by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello. The book will be released on November 25th and you can find out more about it here.
The publisher may have left New York for Burbank. They haven’t even had a booth at NYCC for a couple of years. But they are marking their territory this year, with the front of the NYCC programme guide. As given to their media partner Entertainment Weekly by DC’s PR department, this cover is a page from […]
I’m told that Dynamic Forces is going to be giving away one of the signed, limited edition Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1 with cover by Jae Lee… Lee being the one to sign it. The issue is written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello with art by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson. They […]
Yeah, Superman’s bloody logo does suggest… The full solicitations are here….