February 24th marked the sixth anniversary of Harold Ramis' passing at the age of 69. The beloved actor and director was best known for playing Egon Spengler in the Ghostbusters franchise. Fans poured tributes celebrating the life of the man, who along with co-creator Dan Aykroyd, helped bring so many happy memories since the original […]
Grab your cash and run, folks, for Hasbro is celebrating Monopoly's 85th anniversary! According to a recent press release from the big-name toy and gaming company, Hasbro has granted license rights to various different companies in order to allow them to create a glut of highly-collectible items, including apparel, shoes, toys, and even a Swarovski-covered version […]
Are you ready to take another red pill? The Matrix, one of the last iconic films of the 20th century, will be returning to theaters in a limited one-week engagement for its 20th anniversary courtesy of Dolby Laboratories, Warner Bros., and AMC Theaters. Fans will be able to experience the Wachowski's 1999 science fiction classic […]
Today is Bleeding Cool's tenth anniversary. I mentioned this was happening yesterday and it got quite a reaction. Here are a few of the messages that trickled in through the day and overnight… thank you one and all. Well, okay, almost one and all. Here's to another ten years… "Is Bleeding Cool a cheap gossip […]
July 6 will mark the one-year anniversary for Pokémon GO, which swept the globe faster than typhoid and smallpox combined back in their heyday. And while the game is riding high on the new set of addition it made to the game last month, we all kinda knew it would only be a matter of time […]
Overwatch fans have not been happy with Reinhardt ever since the Anniversary event kicked off this week. The latest patch apparently screwed up his overall hit power and swing with the hammer, and his only really registering after a full swing of the hammer in the middle of the screen. Essentially nerfing him and making […]
Overwatch has got some awesome things on the way to mark the game's one-year anniversary next week. On Tuesday, three new maps will be available in 1-v-1 and 3-v-3, all three in variations of Dorado, Temple of Anubis, and Eichenwalde. Including what appears to be Sombra's private workstation as a spawn area. Here's a sneak […]
Capcom looks to be cooking up something special to celebrate Monster Hunter Frontier's tenth anniversary coming up in July. The company set up a special website for their online MMO with a small message at the bottom saying "Wait for next Wednesday…" What exactly they'll be revealing on April 19 is anyone's guess. A server update? […]
We scooped this back in February, from ComicsPRO but now it's all properly official. Dark Horse Comics and Moebius Production in France are publishing the first of several volumes in the forthcoming Moebius Library, beginning with The World of Edena. As they point out, 2016 represents not only Dark Horse Comics' 30th anniversary, but also Moebius's 60th anniversary […]
Flash Comics #1, featuring the first appearance of the Golden-Age Flash character hit newstands on Nov 20th, 1939. 75 years and four days ago. Which is why DC Comics are running a series of 75th Anniversary Flash Variant covers and other promotional material in January 2015. The year of his 76th birthday. Bleeding Cool's Mark Seifert […]
In July, Marvel are publishing a number of 100th Anniversary themed specials from a variety of creators, including James Stokoe. We may have mentioned this earlier. But what exactly is the anniversary? Marvel weren't around in 1914. So this is just a guess. A best guess. It would be rather non-expected. But Marvel do have […]
Earlier today, I ran the news about a 100th Anniversary Fantastic Four Special written by James Stokoe. That it seems is just the tip of the iceberg. There is this Amazon listing for a start. Now, I still don't know what this is to be an 100th anniversary of. But in July, and no doubt […]
Also to be announced at C2E2, it seems, is a 100th Anniversary Special for the Fantastic Four by James Stokoe and Joanna Estep from Marvel for July. A hundredth anniversary of what exactly? Again, I have no idea. There's going to be a lot of this today, I think. Here's how James Stokoe drew Galactus. […]
Two exhibitions on two continents. The first celebrates the work of Dave McKean, celebrated artist of, amongst many other things, the covers to Sandman. Dave McKean: A Retrospective shows off work across his career in a variety of media, and will be exhibited at the Tunbridge Wells Museum & Art Gallery, in Tunbridge Wells, UK […]
For obvious reasons, I'm keeping a close eye on all things Doctor Who tonight. That turned up this video of a 50th anniversary light show.
There's another anniversary for 2013. The 60th birthday for MAD Magazine in April. And cartoonists Sergio Aragonés, Al Jaffee, Peter Kuper, Tom Richmond and more will be will be drawing variant tiered covers for certain DC titles. So the availability of Justice League Of America #3, Justice League #3 and Batman #19 Mad variant covers […]
2013… the fiftieth anniversary of Doctor Who. The 50th anniversary of The Avengers, X-Men, Metal Men, Doom Patrol, Nick Fury and the Amazing Spider-Man comic, the 75th anniversary of Superman. The twenty fifth anniversary of Red Dwarf. And the year in which Uncanny X-Men #141 and #142, Days Of Future Past, took place. And they're […]
The fiftieth anniversary of Spider-Man, in Amazing Spider-Man #692, has snagged another printing. This time featuring a black-and-white version of Humberto Ramos' cover for the original. Look for it to hit the first week of October.
In the style of Hulk Smash, Marvel Comics is to bring us a weekly mini-series, featuring tales of Spider-Man through the ages, in the style of that era. Roger Stern, Tom DeFalco, Stuart Moore, Rob Delatorre, Carlo Barbieri and Damion Scott are among the creators of a Spider-Man 50th Anniversary Series five issue mini-series for […]
It's Diamond Comics' 30th Anniversary… but it's also Image Comics' 20th Anniversary. Here's a photo from February 1st 1992. Erik Larsen, Hank Kanalz, Rob Liefeld, Jim Lee, Todd McFarlane, Marc Silvestri and Jim Valentino. Okay, exactly what portraits of themselves are Rob, Todd and Jim hiding in the attic?