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“Joker”: NYPD to Increase Police Presence at Screenings in New York City

Early this week, the New York Police Department declared that they would station extra officers at theatres screening Joker this opening weekend. This is in reaction to fears that the movie might incite unstable people into committing acts of violence at theatres. There has been debate over whether the movie’s portrayal of how the Joker’s […]

Josh Groban/Tony Danza Dramedy Series ‘The Good Cop’ Gets Official Trailer

As part of their session at Sunday’s Television Critics Association (TCA) summer press tour, Netflix offered the first official trailer for showrunner/executive producer Andy Breckman‘s (Monk) new dramedy series The Good Cop, starring singer Josh Groban and Tony Danza. Set to premiere on September 21st, the hour-long, 10-episode dramedy series is executive produced by pilot episode director Randy […]


90 Photos from NYC Five Points Festival: Toys, Comics, and Counterculture

NYC’s Brooklyn Expo Center served as the weekend host to what has become an annual collision of art, toys, counterculture, and craft beer known affectionately as the Five Points Festival. Sponsored by Clutter Magazine and Lagunitas Brewing Company, Five Points Festival doesn’t market itself as a “big con” with huge premieres and photo ops with celebrities; […]

Gargoyles Funko Pops Hit Stores in July

Gargoyles is one of the most beloved cartoons of the 90’s, if not all-time. The only question with Funko making them into Pops was a question of “when”. We now have our answer, as a wave of Gargoyles Pops and Pop Keychains will hit stores in July. And for store exclusives, they are doing one […]

Gimlet’s Spring 2018 Podcasts Include Kristen Wiig/Alia Shawkat’s Sandra, FIFA World Cup Series

Gimlet Media has announced its Spring 2018 programming slate of original podcast series, which includes a scripted science fiction series, a nonfiction science fact series and their first sports podcast. The new series include: Sandra, a virtual assistant-themed series starring Kristen Wiig (Saturday Night Live, Bridesmaids) and Alia Shawkat (Search Party, Arrested Development); simulated Mars […]

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Evanescence ‘Synthesis Live’: Band Finds A Beautiful New Sound

From Bleeding Cool contributing writer Ale Bodden: First, let’s have a moment of silence for my inner geek teen, for it was on Friday, November 10th, that she slipped into an excitement-induced coma after finally getting a chance to see her favorite band play live after so many years… Okay. Back to business. With one […]

‘Too Many Stars’ Crowd Jon Stewart In Promo For HBO Autism Event

On November 18, comedian and one -time “America’s most trusted newsman” Jon Stewart hopes you find autism a laughing matter. Because on that night, Stewart and a line-up of celebrity friends from across movies, television and music team up for HBO’s Night of Too Many Stars: America Unites for Autism Programs. Created by comedy writer and […]

A Statue Grows In Brooklyn, But Debuts In San Diego

The new 1 ton bronze statue of Captain America is making its debut at the San Diego Comic Con this weekend before its shipped to Brooklyn, NY where it will reside in Prospect Park starting August 10th. The video below shows the statue’s unveiling by Marvel at the convention as well as shows that there […]

Saoirse Ronan Leads The Restrained But Heartfelt Brooklyn — A Review

Brooklyn is charming coming of age drama filled with big emotions — even if they are restrained. Set in the early 1950s, Saoirse Ronan stars as Eilis, an Irish immigrant to Brooklyn who comes into her own after her sister arranges for her to find a better life in America. Though happy to escape her […]

This Weekend In Brooklyn: Don’t Miss 300 Artists At The Gowanus Open Studios Event

Gowanus, Brooklyn, is the home to a thriving art community, and there’s a particular block of warehouse space where comic artists, in particular, have been making their living for some time. Included in that is my haunt, Hang Dai Studios, featuring Dean Haspiel, Gregory Benton, Christa Cassano, Joe Infurnari, Swifty Lang, Jonathan Allen, and more, […]


Flame Con 2 Increases In Both Size And Duration…

The second annual Flame Con, the Brooklyn-based LGBTQ comic convention is expanding from one day to two next year, taking August 20th and 21st at a larger venue at the Brooklyn Bridge Marriott. The first show this June was the largest queerfocused pop culture expo ever held in New York as over a hundred comic creators and media stars showed […]

Ponycon Comes To Brooklyn – And Wins

Written by Amanda Gurall I am going to start this by saying that while my 7 year old daughter loves the show My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic I do not consider myself a fan although I am familiar with pony and Brony culture through friends and other events.  We attended the 2015 Ponycon in Brooklyn, NY last week and it was […]

The Parties Of New York Comic Con 2014 – So Far

Do let us know more party events from Super Week and New York Comic Con and we’ll add them to the list! But for now… here’s the Party List for New York Comic Con 2014… so far. Friday October 3rd Comic Con Kickoff Party 3pm-3am. Happy Hour until 9pm. Katch Brewery & Grill Astoria, NY Join us in-costume […]

So Who At Marvel Licensing Signed Off On These?

Tony from The Action Room went shopping in Brooklyn. And shared his spoils… Such as the Hawkeye Mini-Hauler. Because, you know, Hawkeye often has a lot of stuff to haul. And a Silver Surfer mini-hauler, because sometimes the power cosmic of an intergalactic surfboard just doesn’t deliver enough torque. You can find these and more […]

Daredevil Filming In Brooklyn Today, Under The Name Of ‘Bluff’

Thanks to Bleeding Cool reader Craig Engler, who spotted Charlie Cox sitting in a very familiar chair, and filming today in Greenpoint, Brooklyn, something called “Bluff”. “Blind Man’s Bluff” perhaps? That’s the upcoming Netflix series Daredevil, folks.

A Comic Show In Brooklyn: Picture In Picture Exhibition At Launchpad

Elizabeth Heyman writes; As anyone from the 30+ age group would passionately tell you, there was a time when comics weren’t considered fashionable. It was a time when shops and conventions were sanctuaries and anywhere else posed the threat of harassment and geek-shaming. There was a reason that comic store clerks packaged your weekly purchases […]