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Deathstrike Canceled in December With Deathstrike #50

DC’s Deathstroke Canceled in December With Deathstroke #50

DC Comics has canceled Deathstroke, according to their full December solicitations. Deathstroke #50 will be the final issue of the series, which is a nice big number (for modern times) and to be honest not bad at all for a book whose main character died several issues ago. The ending frees up writer Christopher Priest, […]

Vampirella #1 Will Be Most Successful Vampirella Comic of Modern Era

Vampirella #1 Will Be Most Successful Vampirella Comic of Modern Era

Dynamite Comics is touting the success of their upcoming Vampirella relaunch, written by Christopher Priest with art by Ergun Gunduz. The first issue doesn’t hit stores until July, but in a press release at PreviewsWorld, Dynamite says that current orders are already putting the print run at 60,000 copies, making it the most successful Vampirella […]

Matt Murdoch's Best Christopher Priest Impersonation - Daredevil #6 Preview

Matt Murdock’s Best Christopher Priest Impersonation – Daredevil #6 Preview

So we’re reading this preview of Daredevil #6, in stores on Wednesday, and as far as we know, Daredevil has never spoken with Christopher Priest, mostly because Christopher Priest is a real person and Daredevil is a fictional character. However, you might be surprised to learn that the two share certain viewpoints. In a recent […]

Priest Writes Vampirella for 50th Anniversary on Free Comic Book Day

It’s Final Order Cut-Off date for Free Comic Book Day titles this weekend. Which is why Bleeding Cool is running as many previews as we can, to help folk plan just what they would fancy on May the 4th, as retailers make their final choices… and Vampirella will be kicking off her 50th anniversary title […]

Deathstroke #35 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #35 Review: Doubling Back on Some of the Boldness

Deathstroke and Batman have gravely wounded one another during their battle in the Batcave. They almost killed each other, and Alfred and Wintergreen want the rivalry to end. As such, they have set up a trap to incapacitate Slade and Bruce if they can’t cooperate to find their own way out of the cave. Meanwhile, […]



Marvel Announces Spider-Girls by Jody Houser and Andres Genolet, Spider-Force by Christopher Priest and Paulo Siqueira

During their presentation at the Diamond Retailer Summit on at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel highlighted three new Spider-books for October. First up, Spider-Girls, by Jody Houser and Andres Genolet. That’s right — Mayday Parker is back, alongside Anya Corazon and Spiderling. And also, Spider-Force, by Christopher Priest and Paulo Siqueria, starring Kaine, Jessica Drew, Jessica Drew, Ashley Barton, […]

Deathstroke #33 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #33 Review: Father-Son Crimefighting Time

Deathstroke has been saddled up with Robin for a mission. This was a plan of Wintergreen and Alfred to see what will happen when this possible father and son work together. This mission leads Slade and Damian to an old bike shop where they are soon attacked by Nightshade, and Spyral forces intent on recovering […]

Deathstroke #32 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #32 Review: Battle of the Daddies

Deathstroke and Batman are locked in combat while the former attempts to chase down and kill a metahuman. We jump back to the day before and see what led to this confrontation. Slade and Talia al Ghul have met up and plan to return Damian to his “rightful” father while Bruce plans with Adeline to […]

Deathstroke #31 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

A plane carrying Deathstroke and Wintergreen is shot down over Saudi Arabia, and Slade finds someone dressed like the Batman on the ground. In Gotham, a highly advanced chip developed by Wayne Enterprises is stolen from a man in a bar. Commissioner Gordon brings this information to Bruce Wayne, and he goes to investigate. This […]

Justice League #43 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #43 Review: The Man Who Killed the Justice League

The Justice League moves in on Deathstroke. He’s killed the Fan, adding to the already tense situation in East Africa. Unfortunately, he seems to understand what’s going on better than the League. However, Slade and Cyborg come to an agreement that may just resolve this whole mess. Elsewhere, Flash and Kid Flash take the wounded […]


Justice League #42 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #42 Review: Christopher Priest Continues to Shock and Amaze

Wonder Woman has been shot, and she’s bleeding out. Superman rushes to get her to safety, but the Flash convinces Clark to leave Diana to him so that he can protect the refugees. Cyborg is dying from wounds inflicted by the Red Lion, and Vic’s self-repair system was shut down by the Fan. Cyborg was […]

Deathstroke #30 cover by Lee Weeks and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #30 Advance Review: Deathstroke vs Batman Begins

A package is left at a crime scene in Gotham City with Batman’s name on it. It has DNA results inside claiming that Damian Wayne, aka Robin, is the son of Slade Wilson, aka Deathstroke the Terminator. This leads Batman on a collision course with Deathstroke, and that can only end in blood. The comic […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 04/04/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of April 4th, 2018: New Series Galore!

It’s time for that time-honored tradition of a doofy guy with pretensions of being an expert on the subject telling you what comics you should look for at your comic shop this week. That’s right, it’s time to figure out what comics should go in your pull box on April 4th, 2018. For the full […]


Justice League #41 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #41 Review: Much More Than Just the Issue with Black Panther in it

The Justice League Watchtower has landed in an African nation in the middle of a civil war. The League has established a ceasefire around the wreckage until they can have it extracted, and refugees have taken shelter in and around the Watchtower. However, a rebel faction wants the refugees, and, worse yet, the leader of […]


Deathstroke #29 cover by Ryan Sook

Deathstroke #29 Review: All Conflicts Befall Slade at Once

Terra, and Isherwood all at once. He’s acted in such a way as to enrage each of these disparate factions in his apparent mission to save his daughter, whom has apparently been inhabited by a centuries-old Chinese princess. Can Slade Wilson survive this? Or is it the end of Deathstroke the Terminator? Deathstroke, for better […]