"Castlevania": Warren Ellis Posts New Season 3 Artwork [PREVIEW]

For fans of Netflix's Castlevania, a little "introduction" to the time period you're residing in right now. With an official trailer released on days ago and the series staking its claim on the streaming service come March 5, you're now living in the "sweet spot" when you can expect some interesting (and sometimes random) promotional drops. […]

Bloodborne Artwork Becomes Collectibles with Gecco Tapestries 

Bloodborne Artwork Becomes Collectibles with Gecco Tapestries 

Bloodborne is one of those games you have to at least play once. Being a fan of the Dark Soul series I wanted to take a swing at this gothic horror franchise and was not disappointed. This game is pretty hard though so if you get angry at games then take this one slow. If you're […]

LibraryCon Encourages Libraries to Run Their Own Comic Cons

Yesterday's recent LibraryCon Live!, a live streaming event from Library Journal and School Library Journal was an attempt at a deeper look into the diverse world of comics in libraries. A virtual convention with comic book publishers, creators and bloggers all working together to promote literacy and storytelling through comics. Here's how it looked on […]

The Government's in Bad Shape in Leaked 'Walking Dead' Season 9 Promo Image

Looks like Fox Brasil (Fox airs the series in that country) isn't letting The Walking Dead creator Robert Kirkman's Skybound Entertainment have all the fun, releasing (and then removing) what looks to be the first "official" promo art for the AMC series' upcoming ninth season. In what looks to be the first in a series of promo images […]

True Grit's Hailee Steinfeld Joins Apple's Emily Dickinson Comedy Series

As the "traditional networks," cable and streaming services continue upping the competition for original content, viewers have been treated to/forced to endure a number of unique/mind-numbing creative combinations. For example, when was the last time you heard anyone mention "1800s poet Emily Dickinson" and "half-hour comedy" in the same sentence? That's exactly what Apple's going […]

The Walking Dead Season 8: Rick's "Last Stand" Begins in February

With about a month to go before The Walking Dead's Season 8 mid-season premiere, AMC has released two pieces of official key art for the show's return as well as a new overall synopsis for the second-half of the season. Promoting the tagline "The Last Stand," the main art highlights the trio of Rick Grimes […]

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David Mack Directs New Dashboard Confessional Music Video 'We Fight'

Comic book artist David Mack, creator of Kabuki and co-creator of deaf Marvel superhero Echo with Joe Quesada, has become the latest comic artist to make the foray into music videos. Creating the promo video for Dashboard Confessional's latest single, We Fight, Mack lends his signature artistic style to the video, which you can see […]

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Katie Cook Teaches Kids To Draw At NYCC

Bleeding Cool contributor Rich Epstein was at NYCC 2017 checking out the annual Katie Cook event: New York Comic Con isn't just for adults — there's plenty for kids to do, as well. One of the more fun events every year is Katie Cook hosting a how-to session teaching youngsters how to draw some of […]

'American Horror Story': 7 Seasons Of Frighteningly Beautiful Art

With Ryan Murphy's American Horror Story: Cult set to premiere its seventh season Tuesday night on FX, we've been reminded over the past few months just exactly how important the key artwork and overall visual have played into setting the right tone for each season's distinctive theme. Senior VP of Print Design at FX Networks […]

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Temple Of Art: The SDCC Panel You Didn't Know You Didn't Want To Miss

I'd been looking forward to the Temple of Art panel for a while, but I'm guessing that since it was at 8 p.m. on Saturday night at SDCC, most people did not have it on their radar. With a panel that included filmmakers Allan Amato and Olga Nunes, as well documentary subjects Bill Sienkiewicz, David […]

Vision Illustrated Provides A Glimpse Of The Creative Process

There are no shortages of books and websites displaying fantastical artwork. But Vision Illustrated, edited by Hugo Bravo, stands out from the crowd by providing not only art, but also a glimpse into the creative process. Alongside full-page illustrations of the final product, Vision also displays thumbnail sketches, color and black-and-white studies, images of art in […]

When Comic Art Is Smart – Star-Lord #1 and #6

There was something which struck me with the release of Star-Lord #6 today, and it's to do with the very surface. The old aphorism 'don't judge a book by its cover' is a good one to live by, but that doesn't mean you ignore the cover. And perhaps other readers will have noticed this comparison […]

Helping the Syrian Crisis with Comic Art

By Joe Glass There are a lot of awful things happening in so many places all over the world. One that has been getting a lot of attention of late is the crisis in Syria. Deeply affected by the dangerous Daesh group (formerly referred to as Islamic State), each day brings new horrific news. From […]

This Is Not The Work Of Brett Booth

Daniel Kesner is an artist with an eBay account, which he is using to sell original piece of artwork. But exactly how original are they? Take his image of Reverse Flash. And then take the big reveal page from Flash #40 by Brett Booth. Like he did. Or compare his Darth Maul…. Which seems to be a take […]