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Top 100 Power List of Comics, 2019 Edition

The Complete Bleeding Cool Top 100 Power List of Comics 2019, in Full

Here you go folks, in full, the Top 100 Power List of Comics, 2019 Edition. Every year, Bleeding Cool runs its Top 100 Power List of members of the English-speaking comic book industry, weighted towards the direct market. It is judged by all manner of attributes, the ability to influence what comics exist and sell, […]

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Matthew Medney of Herø Records is the New CEO of Heavy Metal Magazine

Bleeding Cool has the word that Heavy Metal Magazine has named Matthew Medney as its new CEO. Founder and CEO of Herø Projects, which publishes music as Herø Records, as well as a handful of custom comics created for musicians and music venues as Herø Comics, all of which Medney appears to write himself. He […]


Grant Morrison Reference Popped Up in HBO Watchmen

Did a Grant Morrison Reference Pop Up in HBO Watchmen?

Bleeding Cool has already published future spoiler teasers from episodes 6,7,8 and 9 of HBO’s authorised TV sequel to Watchmen. But it’s not just the work of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons that has been reinterpreted by Damon Lindelof for the small screen. Grant Morrison has had a fractious relationship with Alan Moore, most publically […]


Did DC Comics and Grant Morrison Try to do 5G in 2009 as The Fifth World?

Did DC Comics and Grant Morrison Try to do 5G in 2009 as the Fifth World?

Bleeding Cool has established that 5G is DC Comics’ new plan to replace their most iconic characters with other characters taking the role – and not the ones that might, in other years, have expected. Luke Fox as Batman, Jonathan Kent as Superman, a child of Captain Boomerang as the Flash, and either Teen Lantern […]


Starblazer Graphic Novel to Reprint Some of Grant Morrison's Earliest Work

Starblazer to Reprint Some of Grant Morrison’s Earliest Work

Originally published in Britain between 1979 and 1991 by DC Thomson, Starblazer was a pocket-sized, science fiction comic sold at newsagents to, basically, people yet to discover 2000AD. DC Thompson has now created an imprint called Heritage Comics (hopefully no US-based auction houses will have an issue with that) to do for their back catalogue […]

Another Deep Dive Reference for House Of X

Another Deep-Dive Reference into Grant Morrison’s New X-Men in House Of X #2

Earlier this week, Bleeding Cool looked at a reference in House Of X #5 that replayed a classic scene from Chris Claremont and Marc Silvestri’s Uncanny X-Men from the eighties. Well, a big thanks to Bleeding Cool reader Danny Devlin, who picked out another from House Of X #2, which took a scene from Grant […]

Grant Morrison and Dan Mora Creat Widescreen Comic For Joe Christmas

Grant Morrison and Dan Mora Create Widescreen Comic For Joe Christmas

Coming from Boom Studios in December… Grant Morrison and Dan Mora have put together a widescreen Klaus comic book in time for Christmas 2019 with The Life And Times Of Joe Christmas. And they are turning the comic book on the side to do – the last time Grant did this was for the New […]




House of X, the Second Coming of Morrison's New X-Men? [X-ual Healing 7-26-19]

House of X, the Second Coming of Morrison’s New X-Men? [X-ual Healing 7-24-19]

So after a long wait, Marvel finally published House of X #1, the first issue of what’s set to be a multi-year X-Men run, with the entire line guided by Jonathan Hickman. And the response has been… well, why don’t you take a look for yourself. From Marvel’s website: Newsarama: “A towering achievement.” IGN: “Marvel […]

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“Brave New World”: Demi Moore Joins USA’s Series Adaptation in Recurring Role

USA Network‘s series take on Aldous Huxley‘s 1932 novel Brave New World has added a familiar face to it’s “new world order.” Actress Demi Moore (Ghost, If These Walls Could Talk) is joining the series in the recurring role of Linda, the brash, hard-living mother of John the Savage (Alden Ehrenreich). Moore joins a cast that […]

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“Brave New World: Hannah John-Kamen, Kylie Bunbury, 3 More Join USA Network Series Adapt

USA Network‘s series take on Aldous Huxley‘s 1932 novel Brave New World has added five more to the cast, with Kylie Bunbury (When They See Us), Hannah John-Kamen (Killjoys), Sen Mitsuji (Origin), Joseph Morgan (Animal Kingdom), and Nina Sosanya (Killing Eve) set to join the series. The new additions join previously-announced leads Alden Ehrenreich, Jessica Brown […]