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Green Lantern Brings The Willpower In New XM Studios Statue

Green Lantern a.k.a. Hal Jordan is not holding back in the newest statue coming from XM studios Premiere collectibles. XM Studios is one statue company that changes up the game and brings us some unique and remarkable collectibles. Their newest statue is no different showcasing Green Lantern summoning his own missiles to save the day. […]

Funko Harley Quinn Previews Exclusive

Harley Quinn Gets a Previews Exclusive Funko Pop in May

A new Funko Pop version of the one and only Harley Quinn is coming to stores in May. This version is a DC Rebirth version of Harley, and is a Previews World exclusive. This will be available in comics stores, specialty shops, and online retailers. Harley is posed on top of a boom box, throwing […]

The Flash #48 cover by Howard Porter and Hi-Fi

The Flash #48 Review: Wants You to Know it Has Emotions, and It’s Right This Time

Wally West has been snatched from the timestream by Hunter Zolomon, aka Zoom. He has shown Wally the life and world he once had before the Flashpoint, and he even explains Barry Allen’s responsibility in that event. Elsewhere, Barry Allen, young Wallace West, and Iris Allen are being held by Commander Cold and the Renegades. […]

Green Lanterns #35 cover by Mike McKone and Dinei Ribeiro

Green Lanterns #35 Review: Even The Green Lantern Justice System Is Broken

Green Lantern Jessica Cruz was just getting settled in at her new job when Bolphunga, a known intergalactic criminal, arrives on Earth and challenges her to a battle. Simon Baz is elsewhere when he receives the call for assistance by Jessica. However, all is not as it seems, and Bolphunga may have an ulterior motive […]

Geoff Johns Talks Process And Tricks Of The Trade At SDCC

Nick Kazden writes for Bleeding Cool… Geoff Johns is one of the closest things the comic book universe has to a celebrity at this point. Not only is the prolific author returning to comics soon with Doomsday Clock  this November, but he is also in charge with guiding DC’s film future. DC Co-Publisher Dan Didio […]

Wonder Woman Through The Ages Pin Mates Coming To SDCC, With Invisible Jet!

We are really starting to see companies ramp up their exclusive announcements for SDCC 2017. Hot on the heels of the huge opening of Wonder Woman,  Entertainment Earth has their latest offering in their Pin Mates series, and it is maybe the coolest one they have done yet. Look at the jet! That is so […]


Could Our New, Hopeful Superman Be Sacrificed To Watchmen And The Doomsday Clock?

Here’s the DC Press Release; In the most anticipated story of the year, New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns confirms Watchmen will make an epic return to the DC Universe this November. As “The Button” crossover comes to a close in FLASH #22 this Wednesday, the four page epilogue affirms the mystery will continue […]

Following Brother In Arms, Liam Sharp Departing Wonder Woman But Not Going Far

  Hot on the heels of Greg Rucka‘s announcement that he is leaving Wonder Woman, one of Wonder Woman‘s artists Liam Sharp has now announced that he too is leaving the book with issue 25. Liam Sharp has been handling the modern day segments seeing Wonder Woman facing up to the revelation that her past […]

Greg Rucka Departing Wonder Woman Because Of Its Twice-Monthly Pace

DC Rebirth Wonder Woman writer Greg Rucka has announced via his tumblr that he will be leaving the comic with it’s 25th issue. Making a point to put people’s mind at ease that he is not leaving for any nefarious reasons or being fired, he simply needs to respect his commitments to his fellow collaborators […]


Fanboy Rampage: Nick Spencer Vs. DC Rebirth Over Sales Numbers And Success

Superstar writer Nick Spencer rarely takes a break from tweeting about politics, which he does roughly 25 hours a day, every day, relentlessly, in a freakish display of superhuman Twitter stamina. But when he does, it’s usually in order to blame fans for not “grasping the scope” of his Marvel stories, or to lecture them on […]

A Love Worth Fighting For – Midnighter & Apollo #4

By Joe Glass [SPOILERS FOLLOW FOR MIDNIGHTER & APOLLO #4] Well now, this one is a doozy! For those needing a catch up (and really, why? You should ALL be picking up this book), Midnighter has descended into Hell to rescue Apollo, who was killed by the Mawzir and is now being held captive by […]

This Blüd’s For You – Nightwing’s Nineties Revival

Tomorrow’s Direct Currents magazine from DC Comics is keen to let you in on the make-up of upcoming issues of Nightwing, returning to his nineties home of Blüdhaven – and filling its streets with bad guys from the nineties. Many of whom you may well have forgotten – if hyou ever kn ew them at […]

Weaponising A Werewolf In Supergirl, In March 2017

The Rebirth of Supergirl at DC Comics has included the appearance of Lar-On, a Kryptonian werewolf. No side character, in March next year, the DEO (Department of Extra-Normal Operations (which really should be called DENO) will be trying to use him as a weapon. Because that sounds so safe and without any unforeseen consequences, right? […]

Deathstroke #11 Will Criticise Itself Over The Glamourisation Of Gun Violence

Bleeding Cool previously mentioned how Christopher Priest was to tackle the issue of gun violence at point blank range using the medium of DC Comics’ most violent lead character, the assassin Deathstroke. Bleeding Cool commentators at the time stated how this was the least appropriate character to do such a thing with. I thought it […]



In DC Rebirth, Batman Has A Bat Cave On The Moon

DC Comics media partner Comicosity has a preview of next week’s Superman #5 by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Doug Mahnke, Jamie Mendoza and Wil Quintana. With the alive stay-at-home Mom Lois Lane, Superdad and their child Jonathan Kent taking a trip to the moon.   Because that’s what the family of Superman does. Because a trip […]

A Tougher Barbara Gordon: A Few More Thoughts On Batgirl And The Birds Of Prey #1

This week brings the release of Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #1, written by Shawna Benson and Julie Benson, with art by Claire Roe. While we’ve already discussed this creative team un-undoing the past, there’s more to be said about this new comic. I’ve stomped my feet at the progression Batgirl has gone through over […]