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The Daily LITG, 4th August 2019 – Happy Birthday, Charlie Adlard

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday Does God Exist? Reed Richards Reveals All in Daredevil #9 “Alita: Battle Angel” Star Rosa Salazar Would Play Alita “Til My […]

The Walking Dead #193 Is a Lot Bigger Than You Thought

SCOOP: The Walking Dead #193 Is a Lot Bigger Than You Thought (No Spoilers)

The Walking Dead #193 by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard is out on Wednesday. It is a much-anticipated issue, with Robert Kirkman teasing the possible return of Negan. Everything is up in the air, given the plot machinations of recent issues. And Robert Kirkman is planning lots of surprises within those covers. Details about this […]

Digital Terror! 2 Classic Stories from Marvel Comics Presents Added to Marvel Unlimited This Week

Digital Terror! How Charlie Adlard Saw Cyberspace in 1993, Via Marvel Unlimited

We like to keep tabs on Marvel’s weekly updates to Marvel Unlimited because, even with their monthly announcements of which comics are hitting the service, they tend to drop surprise releases of newly digitized classic comics on the digital subscription service each week as well. Yesterday, we highlighted some issues of Marvel Team-Up that unexpectedly […]

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Walking Dead Fans: Do Not Miss Out on Comic Connect’s Art Auction Ending Soon

Few modern comic series have reached the heights of Robert Kirkman‘s zombie epic The Walking Dead. Going for 15 years strong now, it is arguably the most successful modern ongoing comic as far as back issues are concerned. One corner of the Walking Dead universe collectors are starting to heat up on would be in […]

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Skybound Brings Die!Die!Die! Figures, Walking Dead, and More to SDCC

Skybond always has tons of great exclusives for collectors at SDCC, and this year will be no different. After today’s surprise comic release, Die!Die!Die! also has surprise action figures coming. Redneck and Walking Dead get exclusive variant covers, Superfight gets a new deck, new Con Red Flags, and more. Let’s dive in! That’s right–not only […]

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New Marvel Writer Seanan McGuire Totally Geeks Out About the X-Men

Yesterday, Marvel’s August solicits revealed a new Kitty Pryde story for this year’s X-Men Gold Annual #2, exploring Kitty’s first kiss at Summer Camp, presumably the summer before she joined the X-Men back in Uncanny X-Men #129. The comic will be written by award-winning author Seanan McGuire and Marco Failla. If you’re not familiar with McGuire’s work in […]

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Charlie Adlard’s Walking Dead #175 Cover Ushers In A New World Order

The New World Order is coming to the Walking Dead with issue #175, brother! No, not that kind of New World Order! This kind of New World Order: The cover by Charlie Adlard was revealed by Robert Kirkman at his panel at New York Comic Con Thursday. The issue will introduce a new group called […]

No Joke. The Walking Dead Colouring-In Comic Book Is Coming

I made a joke on Bleeding Cool last year about Robert Kirkman having published the Color The Walking Dead series for years, in the light of the Adult Colouring-In Book craze having been picked up by comic book publishers, able to repurpose their black and white art to new ends. I was joking. But it […]

Typing on The Dead #146: Maggie Greene’s Punch Out!!

By Jared Cornelius Welcome back to Typing on The Dead, Bleeding Cool’s review and dissection of the latest issue of The Walking Dead.  It’s been a tough time for Rick and the gang recently.  After almost a year of world building and character development set to a much slower pace, the series picked up again in a new interesting and […]

How Walking Dead #145 Tells A Tragedy Without Sound (SPOILERS)

The opening pages of today’s Walking Dead #145 by Robert Kirkman, Charie Adlard, Stefano Gaudiano and Cliff Rathburn take away a tool of the comic book trade, sound. Which is unusual, because once of the essential aspects of the opening scene is sound. The previous issue concluded with the realisation that Alpha and the Whisperers (band name?) had […]

Orbital In Conversation With Charlie Adlard

By Chris Thompson [audio:] After last week’s chat with Jon Schnepp & Holly Payne about their new documentary The Death of Superman Lives: What Happened? (which you can still listen to here), this week I’m back with a retrospective of Charlie Adlard‘s career presented at the NICE convention in Bedford. Charlie & I discuss how […]

Today, A New Zombie Reality For The Walking Dead (SPOILERS)

This article contains a couple of significant panels from the new issue of The Walking Dead #143, ahead of the one in two weeks, scheduled for San Diego Comic Con. Some speculation over what may be announced. And a tease of the significance of the final page. You have been warned. It’s a comic that […]