Brad Simpson


"Pose" Season 3: FX Renews Ryan Murphy Series After Ratings-Crushing Season Premiere

House of Evangelista lives to Pose for another day! Or season, in this case. Coming off of a critically-acclaimed, award-winning first season and a ratings-crushing second-season premiere, Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Steven Canals' ground-breaking series has received a season 3 pick-up from FX. The second season is set in 1990 – and the House […]

The Raid #1 cover by Ben Oliver

The Raid #1 Review: Merging Faces With Household Items

Teja is special operations officer in the police force of Jakarta. He is leading a raid in a club with the intent of capturing Bejo, a major crime lord in the city. He does so without actual cause, and Bejo is well-connected. This leads to Teja being imprisoned, where he sees Rama, another Jakartan officer […]

Bloodborne #4 cover by Vanesa del Rey

Bloodborne #4 Review: The End of the Hunt

The Hunter and the child find themselves in a fishing village as they search for a boat to take them through the sea. The Hunter receives a cryptic message from Gerhman, and the child falls further ill. It also sees terrible things which the Hunter cannot, and it must help the Hunter navigate these horrors. […]

Bloodborne #3 cover by Piotr Kowalski

Bloodborne #3 Review: Under a Paleblood Sky

The Hunter continues to wander across the land with the Paleblood child. The child continues to exhibit bizarre and unnerving qualities, and the beast is still tracking them across the land. The Hunter is still unsure what the child is and what it can do for the Hunt. Bloodborne continues its trend of low-key and […]

Bloodborne #2 cover by Damien Worm

Bloodborne #2 Review: More Resistant to Newcomers but Still a Beautiful Comic

The Hunter and the Paleblood child make their way to the wilderness, and the Hunter faces down snake beasts before finding a secret passageway to Iosefka's clinic and passing out. Iosefka watches over the child while the Hunter seeks answers from Gerhman in the Hunter's Dream. The first issue of Bloodborne succeeded in its straightforwardness. […]

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American Crime Story: Versace Teaser Highlights Ricky Martin's Role

FX continues its run of teasers ahead of January's premiere of Ryan Murphy's The Assassination of Gianni Versace. With a premiere directed by Murphy and written by Tom Rob Smith, the second season of American Crime Story has started showcasing the individuals involved in the case. This one highlights Ricky Martin's role as Versace's long-time lover Antonio D'Amico. D'Amico was present at […]

Y: The Last Man To Become A Television Series On FX

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Y: The Last Man is being developed as a television series for cable outlet FX. Long in development as a film, the project was ultimately abandoned when its story could not contained in a single two-hour film. Written by Brian K. Vaughn with art by Pia Guerra and others, Y […]

Process Art For Captain Victory #3 By Nathan Fox

Here is some process art for Captain Victory and the Galactic Rangers #3 out Wednesday. Pencils and inks are by Nathan Fox, colors are by Brad Simpson and letters are by Simon Bowland. And of course the comic is based on characters by Jack Kirby with a script by Joe Casey. For more on Captain Victory and the […]

Preview Imperial #2 From Man Of Action At Image

On September 10th,  Imperial #2 arrives from the Man of Action imprint at Image Comics, written by Steven T. Seagle, who also does the logo and design work, with pencilling and inking by Mark Dos Santos, lettering by Thomas Mauer, and colors by Brad Simpson. They describe Issue #2 thus: ALL TREMBLE BEFORE THE EVIL […]

Image Watch: Getting Into Sex With Joe Casey (Part 1)

By David Dissanayake  Joe Casey is a creator whose work I have admired for a long time. His comics are constantly inventive and always push the boundaries of the medium. His Image book Sex is a perfect example.  Drawn by Piotr Kowalski, colored by Brad Simpson, lettered by Rus Wooton, and designed by Sonia Harris, Sex is […]

Imperial's Real Feel And Shakespearian Dialogue For The Win

Peter S. Svensson reviews comics for Bleeding Cool: It isn't often that I may call a comic Shakespearean unironically. But Imperial #1 earns such high praise with clever dialogue and a fun premise. Mark McDonnell, dealing with his father's recent death and an upcoming marriage, is chosen by the superhero Imperial to be his successor. […]