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Vampirella Fans Have a New Artgerm Bust and Coins to Collect

Vampirella collectors have two really awesome new pieces of memorabilia from Dynamite to track down soon. First, a new Vampi bust based on the Artgerm cover to Vampirella #2. The grey tone and blood running down her chin are amazing. She stands at 7.5 inches tall, and is posed on a base of skulls. It […]

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Gail Simone Dances With The Death Defying ‘Devil In The Pale Dynamite Book

Dynamite Entertainment has announced they are publishing a new Death Defying ‘Devil comic book, written by Gail Simone, drawn by Walter Geovanni, colored by Adriano Augusto, lettered by Simon Bowland and edited by Kevin Ketner. Inspired by Rod Serling, Bronze Age horror/mystery anthologies, and modern street-level heroics, the new series launching in August. The ‘Devil […]


Red Sonja #20 cover by Babs Tarr

Red Sonja #20 Review: Decent Leads Held Back by an Underwhelming Plot

Red Sonja and her allies have found Lord Skath, the previous owner of her sword. She asks why he hasn’t retrieved his blade in the past, and Skath explains what he has done in the time since losing it. He wants to take his land back from the man who took it, Sandak. Red Sonja, […]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 cover by Aaron Lopresti

Red Sonja/Tarzan #4 Review: Back to Cimmeria for the Final Battle

The gorillas look after Tarzan’s grandson while, in Cimmeria, Eson Duul and his people take Tarzan’s daughter-in-law into the city of K’Hal. Elsewhere in K’Hal, Tarzan and Red Sonja seek out the Traveler, the woman who gave Sonja her sword. When they find the Traveler, they are more troubled than relieved. Soon, the two heroes […]

Comics For Your Pull Box, August 15th, 2018: The Jinxworld Begins Anew

We’re back with this too! Comics for Your Pull Box lives! Bleeding Cool is here to sift through the release list and give you some books worth checking out. In addition, here’s a link to ComicList, the website I primarily use for this article, for you to look at the full catalog. Let’s get started. […]


Project: Superpowers #1 cover by Francesco Mattina

Project: Superpowers #1 Review: The Project Begins Anew

A ghostly specter watches over city streets begging for someone to look up. It watches Masquerade on her way to a television interview where she answers questions about the Project: Superpowers team. Suddenly, lightning strikes around the world, and all planes begin falling from the sky. Despite claiming to be retired, Project: Superpowers reunites to […]

Nancy Drew #2 cover by Tula Lotay

Nancy Drew #2 Review: Always Look in the Library

Nancy Drew dreams of the day her mother died while on the floor of the cavern inside Deadman’s Cliff. A young man named Pete wakes her up and tells her that her friends have passed out above the cavern. The two go and wake her up, and Nancy’s friends demand an explanation of what’s really […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

Wednesday draws near, and that means it’s time for another installment of Comics for Your Pull Box. We have a ton of major releases this week, but here at Bleeding Cool we are going to try and narrow it down to the absolute must-haves and must-tries. Here is the link to the full Comic List […]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 cover by Aaron Lopresti

Red Sonja/Tarzan #3 Review: The Son of Tarzan

Tarzan’s son, Korak, ambushes Eson Duul’s men in the jungle. They have slaughtered a herd of elephants, and he aims to take revenge. Duul himself is now targeting Korak’s wife and child. Back in London, Red Sonja and Tarzan hope to receive help from H.G. Wells and his time machine. Sonja may have an item […]

Pumpkinhead #5 cover by Kyle Strahm

Pumpkinhead #5 Review: A Vicious Finale

Pumpkinhead is being hunted by the other demons, and every wound he takes also affects the person who summoned him. This slows down the group, but the Sheriff, Haggis, and the others must find the other witches who summoned the demons. The Greed Demon is on their trail, and time is running out. Eventually, Pumpkinhead […]

Vampirella: Roses for the Dead #1 cover by Joseph Michael Linsner

Vampirella: Roses for the Dead #1 Review – A Good Enough Action Horror

Evily is worried for the health of Clare. She has been attacked, is in a coma, and may not recover. She goes to hunt the man responsible. She finds none other than Vampirella also hunting the man. However, she doesn’t know who Vampirella is or her intent, so she interrupts the vampire’s attempts to feed […]

Charlie's Angels #1 cover by David Finch, Jimmy Reyes, and Triona Farrell

Charlie’s Angels #1 Review: Made for Fans and No One Else

Charlie’s Angels are back, and it’s still the 1970’s. The three Angels have gone undercover in a club where they are spying on a weapon’s deal going down. Jill is a host, Kelly is a waitress, and Sabrina is the performer. Together, they are going to gather evidence and stop the men perpetrating the deal. […]

Agent 47: Birth of a Hitman #6 cover by Jonathan Lau and Omi Remalante

Agent 47: Birth of the Hitman #6 Review – Trashy Hitmanning Fun

Diana Burnwood is a handler/advisor for the ICA, but the frequent loss of Agents is starting to shake her. She’s been put on a Paris assignment to advise a group of Agents in the assassination of a business mogul responsible for development of chemical weapons. Little does she know, this puts her in the path […]


Nancy Drew #1 cover by Tula Lotay

Nancy Drew #1 Review: Filled with Charm and Humor

Nancy Drew finishes up a case set around the kidnapping of her school’s mascot, Goatington. Upon returning to her home, she receives a mysterious letter that references her mother’s death, and it leads Nancy back to Bayport, where she reunites with her old friends, Bess, George, and the Hardy Boys. Disclaimer: I’ve never read any […]

Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #2 cover by John Cassaday and Jose Villarrubia

Sherlock Holmes: The Vanishing Man #2 Review – A Fun Mystery Tale

Lestrade barges into the Baker Street apartment looking for Sherlock’s help in curtailing a crime spree, but the detective is away. He and Watson are visiting Michael Williams’s family for information about the missing man. Holmes and Watson meet Williams’s mother-in-law, the daughter of a former slave who educates unfortunate children from her home. She […]

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 cover by Aaron Lopresti

Red Sonja/Tarzan #2 Review: The Heroes Meet and the Tale Deepens

Red Sonja meets Tarzan on the Greystoke estate. Tarzan is unwilling to wait for her to explain herself, as Eson Duul has threatened to kill his family. Tarzan rides to Duul’s estate, but Sonja follows quickly behind. The two arrive at the estate to find Duul absent, but an odd groundskeeper knows both Tarzan and […]

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #9 cover by Maria Sanapo and Ceci de la Cruz

Sheena, Queen of the Jungle #9 Review: Bare-Bones and Uninteresting

Lirio and Chano are at the mercy of Caldwell’s mercenaries and the monsters they have unleashed. Sheena will stop at nothing to save her friends, but these monsters may be too much for even the Queen of the Jungle to save. Caldwell and his allies have no idea what they have unleashed, though, and the […]