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Tim Miller Doesn’t Think His Kitty Pryde Movie is Going to Happen

Back in February of 2018 20th Century Fox hired Tim Miller and Brian Michael Bendis to direct and write, respectively, a mysterious X-Men movie called 143. We later learned that this was going to be a project about Kitty Pryde and last we heard from Bendis about 9 months ago in a now deleted tweet he […]

“The Great One” Brian Bendis Teases Things to Come in 2019

Superstar writer “The Great One” Brian Bendis took to Instagram Wednesday to usher in the new year with a series of ten tantalizing teases about what to expect from him in the coming year (and no, going back to Marvel is not one of them). On the post, Bendis set the ground rules: 2019- a […]

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DC Meet the Publishers Panel is Lively as Always at NYCC

by Octavio Karbank It’s that time of year again when comic book enthusiasts converge from across the globe to attend New York Comic Con. It’s when you see major publishers like DC Comics coming down to promote a bunch of their work, both new and old. Today was no different as at the DC Meet […]

Cover #1 cover by David Mack

Cover #1 Advance Review: Great Dialogue, Better Art, Lukewarm Story

Comic artist Max Fields is approached by a strange woman named Julia at a comic convention who is a big fan of his work. She buys thousands of dollars’ worth of his work. At another convention, Max runs into Julia again, and she buys more of his art and takes him out to dinner. There, […]



Scarlet #1 cover by Alex Maleev

Scarlet #1 Review: The Revolution Begins Anew

Ice and a pair of men experience trouble while retrieving a supply drop. Later, we see Scarlet giving a speech to her people. Many of them want to take the rest of Portland, but Scarlet is reticent to start going for the whole city yet. They are suddenly attacked by a drone, and their fearless […]

Action Comics #1002 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

A low-level criminal by the name of Yogurt is dropped from the sky over Metropolis. His boss is ambushed by a superhero, but the boss is killed and the hero badly injured. Reporter Clark Kent investigates the death of “Yogurt,” but new Daily Planet reporter, Goode, believes it to be an act of Superman. Meanwhile, […]

Pearl #1 cover by Michael Gaydos

Pearl #1 Advance Review: Light on Story but Heavy on Fantastic Art

A girl named Pearl is singled out for a tattoo she has on her hand. While she and her friend, Kim, are chatting with the guy, a band of motorcycle-riding gangsters attempt a hit. Pearl kills them with ease. This gets the attention of her boss, a man who could use a steady and accurate […]

Superman #2 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

The Earth has been pulled into the Phantom Zone through unknown means, and Superman is doing everything he can to keep the planet from immediately falling part. He contacts the Justice League through Martian Manhunter’s telepathic network, and none of the team has any answers. Meanwhile, Rogol Zaar is tearing his way back to Earth […]

Superman: Action Comics #1001 cover by Patrick Gleason and Brad Anderson

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

After wrapping up thwarting a robbery, Clark Kent is made privy that a kid went to the fire station and told the chief that Superman is the one who has been starting the fires across Metropolis. Superman goes to investigate, but this trail leads only to a vague description of a “big, bald guy.” Back […]

Focus on David Mack at SDCC: Inkpot, Jessica Jones, Autism, and Me

The panel kicked off with a well-deserved awarding of Comic-Con International’s Inkpot Award to David Mack for his contributions to comics, television, film, and humanity. Next the panel moderator Wendy Browne from Women Write About Comics. kicked off the panel by showing a music video that Mack did for Amanda Palmer‘s song ‘Pulp Fiction’ that was […]


Jessica Jones Artist David Mack Wins Inkpot Award at His SDCC 2018 Panel

David Mack, artist known for his Jessica Jones/Alias cover artwork and co-creating Echo with Joe Quesada, received an Inkpot Award at his San Diego Comic-Con panel today. Mack is also known for his cover artwork to American Gods and Fight Club, as well as his concept work for Captain America: The Winter Soldier. He also has written for Marvel’s Daredevil and is the writer of Kabuki, a comic […]

Superman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Superman #1 Review: A Downplayed Start

Superman goes into space to look for Lois, Jon, and the alleged Jor-El. He has no guide, though, and the only thing he finds is a Dominator fleet heading straight for Earth. He deals with the problem and returns home. He desperately misses his family, and the Justice League tries to console him. With their […]



Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

Wednesday draws near, and that means it’s time for another installment of Comics for Your Pull Box. We have a ton of major releases this week, but here at Bleeding Cool we are going to try and narrow it down to the absolute must-haves and must-tries. Here is the link to the full Comic List […]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

It’s a bit late again, and I didn’t get around to doing it last week. However, the Top and Bottom 5 Comics is back again this week. What soared? What fell on its face? Let’s find out together now! Best Comics of the Week 1. Immortal Hulk #2 Immortal Hulk kicked off with a hell of […]

Man of Steel #6 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Man of Steel #6 Review: Bombastic, Genuine, and Fun

Jor-El has come to Earth to take Jonathan Kent away to learn more about his power, his people, and where his life may be headed. Jon wants to go, but Lois and Clark are reluctant to send their son away with someone who might be his grandfather. In the present, Superman fights Rogol Zaar to […]