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“Star Trek”: Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner Talk TNG Cast Reunion, Chemistry on “Picard”

“Star Trek: Picard”: Marina Sirtis, Brent Spiner Talk “TNG” Reunion, Chemistry

Marina Sirtis added a unique role to the galaxy of Star Trek as ship’s counselor in The Next Generation. While first officer Commander William Riker (Jonathan Frakes) sat at Captain Jean-Luc Picard’s (Patrick Stewart) right side, Counselor Deanna Troi (Sirtis) flanked Picard’s left. The last time Sirtis played her 15 years ago on the finale […]

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Valiant Entertainment Partners With Blowfish Studios On Video Games

Some cool news from Valiant Entertainment this week, as they have announced a new partnership with Blowfish Studios to make video games based on their comics. The word came down yesterday from The Hollywood Reporter, who had the exclusive, the two sides made the deal as a sort of preparation to release games based on […]

DC UNIVERSE | TITANS: SEASON 1 FINALE

Titans Showrunner/EP Greg Walker on [SPOILERS] End Credits Reveal

In case you didn’t hear about the huge, game-changing end credits scene from this week’s season finale of DC Universe‘s live-action Titans (‘Dick Grayson’), we’re going to throw a righteous spoiler warning your way and use the trailer below as a buffer…you’ve been warned! So Titans fans who know you don’t turn off an episode […]



A Fun Look at What the Future May Hold: Graphic Novel ‘Nuclear Winter’

I didn’t know what to expect when I received this graphic novel, but Nuclear Winter by Caroline Breault took me by surprise. This slice-of-life story is about a courier named Flavie who doesn’t mind a challenge. When she locks eyes with a handsome guy at a local diner, her life changes for the better. Set in […]

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Dealing with Childhood Trauma: Dodo, a Review

We deal with stress in different ways. Some people work out, some people go shopping, others do less productive things. In the case of six-year-old Laila, she befriends a dodo named Ralph. In Laila’s world, things aren’t easy. Her parents are splitting up, she’s currently not in school with her friends, and it’s clear to […]

Ubisoft and Titan Comics Debut Assassin’s Creed: Origins Comic Book

Today, Ubisoft and Titan Comics showed off a little bit of the first issue of the new Assassin’s Creed: Origins comic, featuring Cleopatra on the cover as a member of the creed and the main character in the miniseries. If you’re not familiar with Titan Comics, they do a lot of work with video game […]

Happy! Season 1, Episode 2 Recap: “Everyone Hates You, Sax”

Welcome back to Bleeding Cool’s weekly recap of Syfy‘s Happy! as we get ready to “reminder recap” last week’s second episode ‘What Smiles Are For.’ Okay… so maybe it took two episodes, a whole lot of convincing on Happy’s (Patton Oswalt) part, and a whole lot of killing (and drugs) on Sax’s (Christopher Meloni) part to […]


Anderson: The Deep End Review – The Comic Book Sequel To The Dredd Film

Judge Anderson is a big part of the Dredd universe. A self described mutant, Anderson has telepathic powers that can penetrate any bad guy–and even any Judge. I genuinely love reading about her, and when I was given the chance to review Anderson: The Deep End, I jumped at the chance. The book takes us […]

Justice League Of America #7 Review: Killer Frost’s Redemption

  I’ve enjoyed Killer Frost in the comics. I’ll be upfront, though — I only started paying attention to her during The New 52, specifically 2013’s “Villains Month”. So for me, Caitlin is Killer Frost. I’m not discounting the previous two, but I’m just not that familiar with them. I generally like Caitlin. She’s never […]

A Busty, Beautiful Redhead! Die Kitty Die: Hollywood Or Bust! #1

Die Kitty Die, from former Archie artist/writer Fernando Ruiz and still-there Archie artist/writer Dan Parent, is brilliant. The story and characters parody various well-known characters and companies, and gives a fantastic tongue-in-cheek look at the state of the current comic industry. I enjoyed the first series immensely, and I’m glad Ruiz and Parent have released […]

I Am The Law: Judge Dredd Pinball

To be honest with everyone, I wasn’t aware there was a Judge Dredd pinball. I enjoy the comic, and I loved the Karl Urban movie. So it would only make sense that I would be drawn to this game as well. Made by Midway Manufacturing (Bally) in 1993 (so therefor it is not based on […]

Sniffling & Blogging Our Way Through ‘Snotgirl Vol. 1’

I’ve been a Bryan Lee O’Malley fan for several years now. I got hooked with Scott Pilgrim, went back and enjoyed Lost At Sea, loved Seconds and enjoyed having a hardback novel of his work. So anytime I see him on Twitter working on a project, my interest gets piqued a bit. But his latest […]

Heroic Aleworks: Barzinga Episode 4

This past Valentines Day, Henn and BL made the journey to Heroic Aleworks in Woodbridge, VA. They met with owners Jon and Ben, who just opened the brewery 6 weeks ago after two years in the making. Currently they have 5 beers in production which makes up their superhero line. Every so often they’ll release […]

Hastings, The Largest Comic Book Chain In America, Is In Trouble

By Ian Melton News broke on Friday that Hastings Entertainment Superstore is changing their policies at all of their stores throughout the United States and that layoffs and store closings may be in the companies’ future as they search for investors to put capital back into the business.  As well as making employees and the […]

The Top 100 Comic Book And Graphic Novels Sales In March 2016

Here are Diamond Comic Distribution’s top 100 comic book and graphic novels sales in North American comic shops during April 2016… TOP 100 COMIC BOOKS Based on Total Unit Sales of Products Invoiced in April 2016 RANK PUBLICATION PRICE PUBLISHER 1 BLACK PANTHER #1 $4.99 MAR 2 STAR WARS POE DAMERON #1 $4.99 MAR 3 […]

Power Rangers Comic Book Art Exibition Opens On Saturday In Alhambra, California

Gallery Nucleus (210 East Main St, Alhambra CA 91801) is hosting a Power Rangers art exhibition for the comic book title’s release this week from Boom! Comics. The exhibit will open on January 16th at 6pm for media and VIP (want to go for Bleeding Cool? Let me know…) and to the general public from 7pm. The show […]

The Summer Of The Female Comic Book Movie – Look! It Moves! By Adi Tantimedh

Adi Tantimedh writes, While thousands of words are being written on comic book movies this summer, including the impending decline of the superhero movie, there’s a trend that no one has picked up on: the rise of the female comic book movie. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65UUtHBHJZM[/youtube] Right now, a comic book movie is the biggest hit in China. […]