‘Family Guy’: Adam West Wants to Be Our Mayor in Touching Tribute [VIDEO]

Though some time has passed since the town of Quahog lost its great, zombie-fearing, cat-launching “Mayor West,” FOX‘s Family Guy gave late actor Adam West the honor and respect he deserves during its 17th season finale “Adam West High.” In the following clip that ran after the episode, West makes his pitch to be the […]

‘Family Guy’: TBS Reveals Seth MacFarlane’s 20th Anniversary Marathon Eps

Two decades. Twenty years. Forty half-years. However you choose to phrase it to give your own article as much dramatic “oomph” as possible, one thing is clear: Seth MacFarlane‘s Family Guy has proven itself to be one of the most influential television shows in broadcasting history. To honor the long-running animated series, TBS is setting […]

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Dodger Stadium Will Host the 2020 MLB All-Star Game

Dodger Stadium is one of baseballs iconic ballparks, and in two years it will play host to the mid-summer classic. Announced late on Tuesday, Los Angeles will play host to the MLB All-Star game in 2020. It will be the first time since 1980 that Dodger Stadium has hosted the game, which was won by […]


The Weekly Static s01e25: Reboots, Chief Wahoo, Fox News & More!

I’m alive, and I don’t need a witness to know that I survived. I’m not looking for forgiveness. I just need light. I need light in the dark as I search for…The Weekly Static! So while I text my apologies to Jack’s Mannequin and before we pull the ripcord on all of this…I’m going to […]

Cleveland Indians Agree to Phase Out Chief Wahoo Logo by 2019

Cleveland Indians baseball has used the Chief Wahoo logo prominently since 1947. As of the beginning of the 2019 season, the logo will no longer be seen on the field.   Announced by the club today, the team will begin to phase out the polarizing logo and remove it completely from their uniforms, caps, and […]

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Victor Crowley Roadshow Initial Dates Announced All Through October

Victor Crowley, the Hatchet sequel nobody knew was coming, is hitting the road for fans to experience. Director Adam Green will even be in attendance at some of the showings, as they roll this one out old-school style.   This is always a pretty neat idea and a unique opportunity for fans. And I am happy […]

Place Your Bets For The First Bleeding Cool Pinball Challange At Star Wars Celebration

After weeks of friendly trash-talking between Bleeding Cool writers Jeremy “Big Ohio” Konrad and Lauren “Baltimore” Sisselman over various social media accounts (as well as behind the scenes), the editors told them to put their bantering to the test since they’ll both be on assignment at Star Wars Celebration in Orlando from April 13th – […]

A Splendid Dedication For Harvey Pekar Park, Cleveland

Yesterday, Cleveland Heights celebrated the life of comic book writer Harvey Pekar by dedicating part of Coventry Road and Euclid Heights Boulevard to his memory and legacy, naming it Pekar Park. It included a Harvey Pekar Comic Fest, a Pekar Park dedication, jazz performance, a storytelling session and a screening of American Splendor, all with the blessing of his widow Joyce Brabner, […]

Celebrating Free Comic Book Day In Cleveland Was Lively And Late

By Jeremy Konrad Cleveland’s best comic event of the year took place last night at Carol and John’s annual Free Comic Book Day Midnight release party. In what has now become a yearly and eagerly anticipated event, the guys and gals from CNJ treat Free Comic Book Day as it should be: a true event […]

‘Patience Is An Artistic Virtue’ – Watch Joseph Remnant Working On New Graphic Novel Cartoon Clouds

[vimeo][/vimeo]   Joseph Remnant is a cartoonist from Ohio that currently lives in Southern California, and is the groundbreaking artistic talent behind Harvey Pekar’s Cleveland from Z2 Comics.  You can view Joseph Remnant’s artwork up close at “The Season of Spring” exhibit at Flower Pepper Gallery at 121 East Union Street, Pasadena, CA 91103 from March […]

The Avengers To Walk A Mile In Spider-Man’s Shoes

The City of Cleveland have announced that, this weekend, part of the city will be closed for prep and then filming of The Avengers. On Saturday, August 6, 2011, E. 9th Street from Euclid Avenue to Prospect Avenue will be closed to traffic from 8:00 am – 12:00 noon as the production team for Marvel’s […]

The Cleveland Show Hits San Diego Comic Con. Hard.

“Imagine a hundred thousand unwashed comic books fans in costume shoehorned into a musty convention centre that smells like ass and corn chips all waitig in line to see in three minutes of something the rest of the world will have to wait two weeks to see” Here’s a combination shot from last night’s The […]

Avengers Assemble In Cleveland

It’s official. The Avengers will be filming in Cleveland, Ohio. Governor John Kasich told the crowd gathered for the mayor’s state of the city the good news. And locations are already being scouted. Wayne Hill  of the Greater Cleveland Film Commission has been quoted calling this “the largest film ever shot in Ohio.” Yeah, yeah, […]

Avengers Movie Only Has A $40 Million Budget?

Last year Bleeding Cool reported, to much derision, that the Avengers movie had a budget for around what Sam Raimi’s first Spider-Man movie cost back in 2002, in real terms at least, despite having all all star cast, and portraying several superpowered characters on screen simultaneously. That was $140 million, more like $200 million in […]

First Shot Of Lois Lane…

From Cleveland, Ohio, the town in which students Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster created Superman, certain streets have been renamed to celebrate this. Now an arrangement has been reached to use the Superman logo on the street names. So here , thanks to the Siegel and Shuster Society, is the first shot of the intersection […]

How To Get Out Of Jury Service – Create A Comic

John Backderf is better known by the name Derf, a widely syndicated alternative cartoonist. He’s also known for writing and drawing the comic, the Eisner-nominated My Friend Dahmer about cannibal serial killer Jeffrey Dahmee from a unique perspective. That of going to school with him And last week, this was a pertinent point during a […]