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Brawl Format Hits Arena - "Magic: The Gathering"

Brawl Format Hits Arena – “Magic: The Gathering”

Magic: The Gathering‘s upcoming 82nd expansion set, “Throne of Eldraine”, has started its spoiler season, and fans are rejoicing. However, this isn’t the only reason they are excited. The long-awaited Brawl format has come to Magic‘s software version, Magic: the Gathering: Arena. This has caused quite a surge in the format’s popularity overall, as it […]


Graphite Launches as a Netflix-Meets-Spotify-Meets-YouTube for Comics For Free – or $4.99 Per Month Ad-Free

That’s the one. Graphite Comics, Inc. today announced the launch of Graphite, what they call ‘the most innovative and technologically advanced digital comics distribution and consumption platform ever built’. And for headline writes like me, ‘a Netflix-meets-Spotify-meets-YouTube for comics.’ It is available right now for free on Apple and Android devices, where people can read […]

Marvel Promotes Reading Digital With Free Return of Wolverine #1 Director’s Cut

Today, the final phase of the epic return of Wolverine in the appropriately-titled Return of Wolverine mini-series has begun with the release of Return of Wolverine #1. And while we already know that there’s no way Marvel can top this other time Wolverine came back from the dead, they’re doing their best to try. Not […]

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Deadpool Has an Awesome New Blu-ray Steelbook at Best Buy

Deadpool is celebrating his two-year cinematic anniversary with a new film in theaters next week. On top of that, there is a new Best Buy exclusive Steelbook version of the first film available! This release of the film comes with two discs- one with the film on 4k Ultra HD. The other is the original […]

Is Marvel Unlimited Good for Reading Old X-Men Comics on an iPad?

In conjunction with our X-Men: Bland Design column, we’ve been re-reading X-Men comics, starting with Giant Sized X-Men #1, on Marvel Unlimited. We’ve used Marvel Unlimited before, but this is by far our most extensive use of the app. We’ve read through X-Men #215, including any spinoff series, annuals, and adjacent series we’re aware of […]

Cartoon Network’s 2018-2019 Programming Lineup Largest Yet

With what they’re calling “a new wave of creators telling stories that are relevant and reflective of today’s kids,” Cartoon Network announced a 2018-2019 programming, mobile and gaming line-up that is the network’s largest slate of content to date. Five new series are set to join 11 returning series for the upcoming season: Owen Dennis’ Infinity […]

CBS All Access Lands Kevin Williamson Fairy Tale Series Tell Me a Story

Like ABC’s Once Upon A Time and NBC’s Grimm, CBS All Access and Kevin Williamson (Dawson’s Creek, Scream) are hoping that Williamson’s dark take on classic fairy tales Tell Me A Story ends “happily ever after” with a long series run. The psychological thriller received a straight-to-series from The Eye Network’s streaming service; with Williamson […]

Curtis ’50 Cent’ Jackson, Crackle Take ‘The Oath’ This March (Teaser)

Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson and Crackle have set a premiere date for their freshman crime drama series The Oath, and also released a new teaser to coincide with the announcement. Written/created by showrunner Joe Halpin (Hawaii Five-O) and directed by Jeff T. Thomas, the ten-episode police gangs-themed series is set to bow on March 8 from Jackson’s G-Unit […]

Disney’s ‘Movies Anywhere’ Digital Service Adds Four Major Studios

Disney‘s received a huge boost to Movies Anywhere today, with studios Fox, Sony, Universal and Warner Bros. coming aboard the digital movie download service in time for it’s U.S. launch. While Movies Anywhere is owned by Disney, representatives from each of the participating studios will make up an advisory committee that will work directly with the […]

WB’s Stage 13 Comedy-Horror Series ‘Snatchers’ Gets Due Date From Verizon’s Go90

Mark June 22, 2017 on your calendars for a very special, very out-of-this-world “baby shower” as Verizon’s go90 will be premiering their scripted horror-comedy series Snatchers, which also serves as the inaugural launch from Warner Bros Digital Studios’ Stage 13 brand. Debuting originally at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival as part of its Midnight Episodic Showcase, the […]

Valiant Debuts Live-Action X-O Manowar And More on Ninjak Vs. The Valiant Universe Variants

Thanks to some exclusive reporting from our friends at ComicBook.com, Valiant Comics has announced that three Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe-themed photo variant covers for three upcoming releases will offer our first look at Valiant Entertainment’s live-action versions of X-O Manowar, Archer, and Livewire from the upcoming online series. Here are the issues to keep an eye out for: […]

Valiant Show New Footage From Ninjak vs. The Valiant Universe – Wondercon 2017

Nick Kazden reports from Wondercon for Bleeding Cool: I know it’s April Fool’s day, but I’m not joking when I say the new footage for Valiant’s upcoming Ninjak Vs. The Valiant Universe looks pretty damn good. Hunter Gorinson, VP of Marketing and Communications for Valiant Entertainment led a panel packed with key players in the […]



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DC Comics Planning Digital Subscription With Amazon Prime – And Everything Changes

  Bleeding Cool get the word from sources who have recently participated in a very extensive on-line survey that indicates DC Comics is testing the waters on a digital comics subscription service. ComiXology and Marvel already have their own services, limited regarding the comics they offer. It appears that, as ever, DC Comics is finally […]


Scribd Closes Digital Comics Line Because No One Read Them

Publisher’s Weekly has confirmed the news that Scribd has closed its all-you-can-eat digital comics service. One of the more attractive options for digital comics, Scribd launched their all-you-can-eat comics service in 2015, they offered over ten thousand comics from Marvel, Archie, Boom, Dynamite, IDW/Top Shelf, Top Cow, Valiant, Zenescope – although PW doesn’t seem to […]