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John Byrne Won’t Let Marvel Publish His X-Men Fan-Fic Comic, Elsewhen

Last year, John Byrne began work on a new X-Men comic book – but just for himself and his fans. As C.B. Cebulski was made Editor-In-Chief of Marvel Comics, there was talk of Marvel approaching John to publish it officially. However for reasons that John Byrne seems unwilling to discuss, that is not happening. So […]

‘Alita: Battle Angel’ is a Blast, Sets a New Bar for 3D [Review]

Sure, traditional superheroes have successfully  made the leap from comics to  the big screen, however when it comes to manga, the success rate has been more subdued. I’m thrilled to say that while Alita: Battle Angel is unlikely to threaten Blade Runner on anyone’s top films list- it’s a vibrant universe, well-paced, action-filled, and a fine […]

The Punisher Season 2: January Release Date Leaks; New Teaser Released

I mean, who has time for federal pardons anyway…am I right or am I right, right? Jon Bernthal‘s Frank Castle doesn’t, as we can see from this newly-released teaser for Marvel’s The Punisher, set to return to Netflix later this month (with it most likely being January 18th, but we’ll get to that in a minute. […]

From Derriere to Drapes: What Frank Cho is Working on Now

Frank Cho has made an amazing confession on Facebook. The king of ‘good girl’ cheesecake art now writes, Binge watching Sabrina on Netflix and drawing another piece for my “Ballpoint Beauties” book. Drawing the human figure is nice but lately, drawing the drapery and the fabric folds hold my attention more as I try to solve […]


Captain Saru’s Star Trek Discovery Comic Coming in February

Announced at Birmingham’s Destination Star Trek convention this past weekend, IDW will be publishing another new Star Trek comic book oneshot in February. This time, starring Captain Saru of Star Trek: Discovery, as played by Doug Jones. Hopefully not being served up on the ship’s menu in the Mirror Universe…   View this post on Instagram   New @startrekcbs #Discovery artwork […]

HBO’s Watchmen: Damon Lindelof “Remix” Series Releases New Teaser Image, Logo

We’ve heard about Damon Lindelof‘s authorized adaptation “remix” of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ classic 1986 limited DC Comics series Watchmen for HBO, but for the most part we’ve been lacking in any serious visuals. That changed on Monday, with a new teaser image posted on Instagram of a police officer wearing a yellow half-mask – staring at something with a look […]

Venom Review: It’s Not as Bad as You’ve Heard

When word first emerged that we were going to be getting a Venom movie, people were excited at the prospect. It was always a popular Spider-Man storyline from the post-Secret Wars era. Then the next news hit: while it’s still a production by Sony (the company who holds the reins on the use of the […]

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Animus Creator Antoine Revoy Talks Ghost Stories and Growing Up in Japan

Bleeding Cool contributor Jason Borelli caught up with Antoine Revoy recently at the MoCCA Arts Festival. Jason writes: The country of Japan is known for many things, including its unique take on the horror genre. In Animus, the first graphic novel created by illustrator Antoine Revoy, the focus is equal parts supernatural and psychological, as […]

DC Giant Group Photoshoot at Dragon Con 2017

Dragon Con’s Two Biggest Cosplay Photoshoots Called Off By Coordinators

Cosplay gatherings have long been a mainstay at fandom conventions, but Atlanta’s Dragon Con is home to the most numerous collection of cosplay gatherings in the world as well as some of the largest. Cosplay gatherings are when groups of themed cosplayers come together to pose for a photo shoot. Once you’ve taken a photo […]

Marvel Two-in-One #3 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Bleeding Cool Chatter #21.6: Comics Talk (Marvel Two-in-One #3)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

Captain America #698 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson

Bleeding Cool Chatter #21.5: Comics Talk (Captain America #698)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

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Wayward Sisters Anthology Review: Surprisingly Touching Monster Tales

Wayward Sisters is a collection celebrating the stories of female and non-binary monsters through various adventures that range from beauty pageants to violent vengeance. This eclectic mix of creatures run the gauntlet of emotions, resulting in a surprisingly touching gathering of stories. With 38 creators, Wayward Sisters offers up a book that’s full of emotions, […]

Amazing Spider-Man #795 cover by Alex Ross

Bleeding Cool Chatter #18.4: Comics Talk (Amazing Spider-Man #795)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]


X-Men Red #1 variant cover by Mahmud Asrar and Ive Svorcina

Bleeding Cool Chatter #18.2: Comics Talk (X-Men Red #1)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 cover by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson

Bleeding Cool Chatter #18.1: Comic Talk (Swamp Thing Winter Special #1)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

Bleeding Cool Chatter #18.3: Comics Talk (Justice League #38 & Batman #45)

Bleeding Cool Chatter is usually the show where I, Head Film Writer Kaitlyn Booth, drag a bunch of Bleeding Cool writers into a chat to talk about the latest in TV and movies. Despite being a comic-based site, several of our movie and TV writers just don’t have the time to keep up with comics. […]

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Bonehead #2 Review: A Story Still Finding Its Place

Previously, I was far from impressed with Bonehead #1. While I felt that the series had potential, it was weighted down with clumsy dialogue and the tendency to over explain. But the gorgeous artwork and colors — supplied by Rhoald Marcellius and Sakti Yuwono — pushed me into giving it a second chance. With the second issue […]

Shadow/Batman #4

The Shadow/Batman #4 Review: Snowballing Despair

It’s not often that a comic book offers up what seems like true, impossible hopelessness — at least, not at the scale that The Shadow/Batman #4 brings to the table. Continuing the reveal of the Silent Seven’s reach, #4 is bathed in frustration and stress in a totally fantastic way. Writer Steve Orlando doesn’t let […]