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The Daily LITG, 23rd October 2019, Happy Birthday

The Daily LITG, 23rd October 2019, Happy Birthday Gary Erskine

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 20 most-read stories yesterday Will Captain Boomerang's Kid Replace Barry Allen (and Wally West) as the Flash For DC Comics' 5G (UPDATE) The X-Men's Bishop […]

Gail Simone Tops ComiXology Submit Sales For 2014

 ComiXology's Submit allows creators and publishers to self-publish their comics digitally with relative ease, with new titles every week. They can get a bit hidden away though, something I want to redress in 2015 a bit. But for now, here's the top-selling 25 titles for 2014… with Gail Simone, Jim Califiore, Gary Erskine, Joe Benitez, […]

Brian Bolland, Art Adams, Max Brooks And More Now Coming To London Super Comic Con In March…

The London Super Comic Con has released a bunch more comic attendees at the show… oh look, Max Brooks, Garth Ennis, Kieron Gillen… you can see that Bleeding Cool's publisher must be in attendance! The new names are Arthur Adams, Simone Bianchi, Brian Bolland, Max Brooks, Mark Buckingham, Joyce Chin, Garth Ennis, Kieron Gillen, Adi Granov, Tabitha Lyons, Ron Marz, Ireland Reid, Esad Ribic, David Roach, Laura Sindall, Rachel Stott, David Wachter […]

The Return Of Alex De Campi's Grindhouse To Dark Horse Comics For Christmas

It was one of Bleeding Cool's favourite comics of 2013. And, after a brief one-sided spat with Kelly Sue DeConnick's upcoming Bitch Planet, Alex De Campi's Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight returns for a second showing. Just in time for Christmas. Grindhouse 2.     Ho ho fucking ho. As ever, we can expect an insane […]

Something Bloody Awesome – Comics And SciFi Come To Edinburgh

Hero Conventions has an event they are calling Something Bloody Awesome taking place April 12th and 13th in Potterrow, Edinburgh. This is the first full-sized weekend Comic and Science Fiction convention in the area. Confirmed guests so far: From Comics – Leonardo Manco, Norm Breyfogle, Alan Grant, Yishan Li, Jennie Gyllblad, Gary Erskine, Gordon Rennie, Emma Beeby, […]

10 Reasons Why You Should Back The SUPER-EGO Kickstarter Project

Mike Kennedy writes for Bleeding Cool: Everybody is Kickstarting something or other these days.  It's almost a requirement for any starving artist, film-maker, or musician to give it a crack.  It is to the point where getting word out about a single project requires as much (or more) effort than marketing a completed thing once […]

Books That Found Me at NYCC – Afterlife With Archie, Amala's Blade, Roller Grrrls, Madefire Sketchbooks, Magic Words, Dogs of War, Forces of Nature, The New Crusaders and The Fox, Disenchanted

New York Comic Con is an intense wave of crazy that crashes over everyone who attends, but even more so for those who scurry around covering panels and attempting to do interviews in loud surroundings with barely functioning audio recorders. I knew going into it that I would be unlikely to pick up many comics, […]

A Few Creative Details For The Marvel UK Revolutionary War

Courtesy of the Starlogged blog at the London Film And Comic Con earlier this month, with the team talking about the current Revolutionary War event at Marvel comics, reviving the old Marvel UK characters of the nineties. An undefined period of time has passed since the original sub-universe and MyS-TECH have been defeated.  In a […]

Comics Pyrotechnics – Alex de Campi's Smoke and Ashes Are Together At Last

Alex de Campi and Igor Kordey produced the Eisner nominated-series Smoke from IDW in 2005. Fans wondered if there would be more, and in 2011, de Campi and Jimmy Broxton launched a highly successful Kickstarter for the series' sequel, entitled Ashes. But that was the beginning of the rollercoaster ride, as the production of the […]

Your Cut-Out-And-Keep Solicitation For Ultimate Wolverine 2

UPDATE: Hello visitors from CapeTown! Feel free to wander around Bleeding Cool while you're here… After being missed out of the current Marvel Previews, here are the solicitation details and cover for Ultimate Wolverine #2, out in March as well as issue 1. And ooh look, my Royal Wedding artist Gary Erskine is inking the […]

Gary Erskine Brings Us The Roller Grrrls

This weekend, Gary Erskine and Anna Malady are launching the Roller Grrrls Sketchbook that I saw him previewing at Kapow aimed at the roller derby community. It can be found at Glasgow Chaos on the Clyde Tournament and will contain 52 A4 magazine size pages featuring images in colour and black and white of the […]

Crossed: Wish You Were Here… As Long As "Here" Isn't In The Office

This week's Crossed: Wish You Were Here webcomic chapter has just gone live. And basically this is the only grouping  of panels I can show you without raising the ire of Bleeding Cool's advertisers. Because the actual strip, by Si Spurrier, Javier Barreno and Gary Erskine is full of the kind of things that, if […]

Crossed: Wish You Were Here… Is Here!

It's Thursday, so you know what that means… another chapter of the free webcomic Crossed: Wish You Were Here from Si Spencer, Javier Barreno and Gary Erskine. And the bells are ringing…

Avatar Plug of the Web – Crossed: Wish You Were Here, Chapter 7

Crossed is such extreme horror that sometimes it does nasty things to your eye sockets, but it's not all butchery and bloodlust, as today's latest online chapter in Si Spurrier and Javier Barreno's Crossed: Wish You Were Here webcomic can attest. Even under duress, folks can still find humor in life's little absurd moments. Gotta […]

Avatar Plug Of The Week: Crossed: Wish You Were Here Chapter 6

There's a new Crossed: Wish You Were Here webcomic from Si Spurrier, Javier Barreno and Gary Erskine out right now. You know, around this time last year, I was getting Gary Erskine to draw the royal wedding biography of Prince William. It's funny how a year can change things…