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Daily Mail Runs a Story About Dan Slott's Tweets About the Joker Movie

Daily Mail Runs a Story About Dan Slott’s Tweets About the Joker Movie

You wouldn’t find it out of place to find a Bleeding Cool article about Dan Slott‘s tweets. But it seems we were beaten by it by none other than the Daily Mail. Who decided that his status as a Marvel Comics writer made his opinions about the Joker movie headline worthy for their readers. The […]

Dan Slott, Christos Gage, and Pete Woods Debut Iron Man 2020 with Arno Stark

Dan Slott, Christos Gage, and Pete Woods Debut Iron Man 2020 with Arno Stark

We’ve known it was coming, but now it’s confirmed and we have some of the first details. At Marvel’s Next Big Thing panel at New York Comic Con Friday, Marvel announced Iron Man 2020, the followup relaunch to Tony Stark Iron Man, which ends with Tony Stark Iron Man #19 and the Ultron Agenda storyline. […]

Now Christos Gage Joins Dan Slott on Tony Stark: Iron Man

Now Christos Gage Joins Dan Slott on Tony Stark: Iron Man

A few more changes between solicitation and publication for Marvel Comics. Tony Stark: Iron Man #17 was solicited as written by Dan Slott and Jim Zub, and drawn by Valerio Schiti.  Well, Slott remains, but the rest are changed. it is now co-written by Slott and Christos Gage, who has worked with Slott before on […]

The Fantastic Four's Spaceship to Be Named for the First Time (Spoilers)

The Fantastic Four’s Rocketship to Be Named for the First Time (Spoilers)

In 1961, the Fantastic Four rocketed into space in an attempt to fly to the stars. Hit by cosmic rays, the ship crash-landed, the four surviving by transformed by their experience into the superheroes we know today. But what was the spaceship itself called? It has never been named in any story, then or since, […]

Fantastic Four #1 cover by Esad Ribic

Fantastic Four #1 Review: Return of the World’s Greatest Comic Magazine

The Thing enjoys a day out with Alicia Masters, and the Human Torch attends a Mets game with Wyatt Wingfoot. Their days are interrupted when the Fantastic Four signal lights up New York. The Human Torch races to where the signal was shot from, assuming Mister Fantastic, Invisible Woman, and their kids are finally back. […]

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Dan Slott Doesn’t Seem to Be Entirely Up on Fantastic Four #1’s Variant Covers

Decisions regarding variant covers on launch titles from Marvel are often made by marketing rather than editorial, especially when it comes to those retailer exclusive variant covers that individual retailers can order. With the launch of some titles, there can be so many that it’s hard for anyone to keep a grip on just how many […]

Advance Review: Fantastic Four #1 – Managed Expectations [Spoilers]

Look what popped through the letterbox courtesy of Federal Express about an hour ago… Fantastic Four #1 by Dan Slott, Sara Pichelli, and Marte Gracia — with a letter asking me to talk about it. Okay. First, there are spoilers here. Some spoilers, limited spoilers, what I see as managed expectations. Just as people going into Batman […]

`Tony Stark: Iron Man #2 cover by Alexander Lozano

Tony Stark: Iron Man #2 Review – Flawed but Fun

Sorry for the lateness of this review. San Diego Comic Con kept us here at Bleeding Cool preoccupied all weekend. We open with Colonel James Rhodes waking up from night terrors about his bad experiences in the War Machine armor. It’s followed by the beginning of a new day at Stark Unlimited. Tony Stark is […]

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Fantastic Four #1 Has Orders of Over Fantastic 400,000

We mentioned that the title was riding high in the Advance Orders this week. Well, at the Diamond Retailer Appreciation Lunch at San Diego Comic-Con, Marvel announced that they had hit over 400,000 orders for Fantastic Four #1 by Dan Slott and Sara Pichelli. Which should keep Ike Perlmutter happy. Or grumbling slightly less…   […]

Dan Slott Says Publishers Have Pure Motives to Spoil Stories, Unlike Fans and Websites

Notorious spoiler-hater Dan Slott took to Facebook in the wake of DC spoiling its own Batwedding in the New York Times to talk about “spoiler culture.” DC’s self-spoiling follows a long tradition of comic book publishers spoiling their own stories pretty much whenever a mainstream media outlet is willing to pay attention to them over […]

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Dan Slott Returns for Spider-Geddon in October, and He’s Out for “Revenge”

Marvel revealed a bunch of details about the upcoming Spider-Geddon event in a press release today, and we’ll just let the press release break the news: Spinning out of the pages of Spider-Man #800, Dan Slott’s epic conclusion to his ten year run delivers you straight into SPIDER-GEDDON #1, where Slott teams with writer Christos […]

Amazing Spider-Man #801 cover by Marcos Martin and Muntsa Vicente

Amazing Spider-Man #801: Going Out on the Highest Note

A man on his way home from work gets a call that his father is on his deathbed. He stops at the convenient store when his taxi leaves. Unfortunately, that convenient store is being held up. When things seem to be taking a turn for the worst, Spider-Man arrives to save the day. The man […]

Tony Stark: Iron Man #1 cover by Alexander Lozano

Tony Stark: Iron Man #1 – Fun and Fast-Paced Enough to Blur its Many Flaws

Tony Stark is back with a new company: Stark Unlimited. We join the company with Tony recruiting a new member named Andy Bhang; Bhang is a robotics engineer Tony had met 25 years prior in a robot soccer competition. Tony introduces Andy to the Stark Unlimited team and everything the company is striving towards. During […]

The Man of Steel #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Top and Bottom 5 Comics of May 30th, 2018: The Week that Asked for Too Much Money

May 30th had a lot of major releases between Amazing Spider-Man #800, the beginning of Batman’s “The Wedding” arc, Kong of Skull Island’s 2018 Special, and three Annuals between the Big Two. Some were great. Others tripped over themselves. Check out the best and the worst below.   Top 1. Man of Steel #1 Brian Michael Bendis’ short entry at the […]

Amazing Spider-Man #800 cover by Alex Ross

Amazing Spider-Man #800 Review: A Hard Comic to Recommend?

All Spider-Man’s allies are down thanks to the Red Goblin… or at least they both think. Now Osborn is going after those close to Peter Parker, starting with Aunt May and Mary Jane Watson. Thankfully, Venom and Doctor Octopus have stakes in this fight, and Mary Jane and May are far from helpless. Plus, Harry […]