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Written by a Bot: Five Ways Brian Bendis Made Superman Cool Again

Written by a Bot: Five Ways Brian Bendis Made Superman Cool Again

In the dog eat dog world of comic book “journalism,” it’s important one keep an eye on what one’s competitors are doing lest one lose the vital edge required to survive in the comics click economy. Salacious rumors, edgy hot takes, and articles about fried chicken sandwiches simply aren’t enough to keep up in today’s […]

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Brian Bendis Writing Ultimate Spider-Man in Young Justice #12? (Spoilers)

Yesterday, we noted that in an upcoming issue of Thor #2, Donny Cates will be writing the Justice League, and quoted from unreleased script pages. Well in today’s Young Justice #12 by Brian Bendis, John Timms and Gabe Eltaeb, it seems like Brian Bendis has brought in the star of his best-known comic for Marvel, […]



The Life Of Brians: LATE Superman #19 and Birds Of Prey Black Label

The Life Of Brians: LATE Superman #19 and Birds Of Prey Black Label

It’s a take of two Brians. Superman #19, featuring the continued story of Superman’s secret identity reveal from Brian Bendis, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, was meant to be out in a week-and-a-bit. Looks like the New Year celebrations may be delaying things a little as the comic has now been pushed back two weeks […]




Will Doomsday Clock #12 Bring Back Ma and Pa Kent to Superman? (Spoilers)

Matt Fraction appeared on John Siuntres’ Word Balloon Podcast talking about his work on Superman’s Pal Jimmy Olsen and working with brian Bendis and the rest of the Superman team. And talking about the upcoming Superman/Clark Kent ‘no more secrets’ identity reveal in the Superman comic books. He mentioned a small spoiler regarding the spluttering […]

Want an Advance Copy Of Superman's Secret IdentitBrian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick in Conversation for 55th Annual Nina Mae Kellogg Lecture at the Portland State English Department, Tonight

Want to Read Superman’s Secret Identity Reveal Early? Go See Brian Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick’s 55th Annual Nina Mae Kellogg Lecture at Portland State Tonight

The 55th Annual Nina Mae Kellogg Lecture at the Portland State English Department will today feature Brian Michael Bendis and Kelly Sue DeConnick in conversation. The Nina Mae Kellogg Lecture is one of Portland State’s longest-running traditions. Past Kellogg Lecturers include Cheryl Strayed, George Saunders, Junot Díaz, Jamaica Kincaid, Elizabeth Bishop, and Ursula LeGuin, among […]

David F Walker, John Timms Join Young Justice Creative Team

David F. Walker, John Timms Join Young Justice Creative Team in February

Young Justice is adding two members to its creative team in February, revealed in DC’s full February solicitations. David F. Walker will join the creative team as co-writer alongside “The Great One” Brian Bendis starting with February’s Young Justice #13. In addition, John Timms will join Mike Grell on art for the series with this issue. […]

Superman Villains React to Secret Identity Reveal in February One-Shot

Superman Villains React to Secret Identity Reveal in February One-Shot

Superman is set to reveal his secret identity to the world in the pages of Superman #17, but if you thought an event this monumental could be contained within the pages of a single ongoing series, you clearly don’t understand how comics work. So in January, DC Comics will publish a six-dollar one-shot called Superman: […]

Final Orders for Superman Revealing He is Clark Kent, This Weekend

DC Comics Not Reprinting Superman #17 Despite Secret Identity-Revealing Sellout

It is fair to say that after Brian Bendis joined DC Comics, brought with him his creator-owned Jinxworld series, took over the Superman and Action Comics books, wrote Batman for the Giant books, launched an sub-imprint of Wonder Comics titles, including writing Naomi and Young Justice, launched the event series Event Leviathan… that both the […]







Long Read: A Great Big Doomsday Clock DC Comics Conspiracy Theory

Long Read: A Great Big Doomsday Clock/DC Comics Conspiracy Theory

Bleeding Cool has run a number of articles looking at the relationship of Doomsday Clock to the rest of the DC Universe – and now The Three Jokers too. Seeing that what once was clearly intended to be the tightest of structured continuity, fall apart as a result of delays, personnel changes and internal political […]