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Declan Shalvey and Gavin Fullerton’s New Graphic Novel, Bog Bodies, Announced at WorldCon

Announced at the Image Comics panel at WorldCon in Dublin, earlier today, an original graphic novel Bog Bodies, written by Declan Shalvey (Injection, Savage Town), artist Gavin Fullerton (Bags [Or A Story Thereof]), colorist Rebecca Nalty (Xena, Glow), letterer Clayton Cowles (Die, Savage Town), and editor Heather Antos from Image Comics in March 2020. Previously […]



"Paradox Girl": For the Girl Who is Everything

“Paradox Girl”: For the Girl Who is Everything

Paradox Girl is a superheroine whose power is time travel. She has done it so many times in her own timeline that she doesn’t even have a beginning or end any more. There are so many of her past and future selves littered about that they’re tripping over each other. She causes as much trouble […]

Raina Telgemeier Draws Crowds of Parents and Children at Midtown Comics Signing

Raina Telgemeier Draws Crowds of Parents and Children at Midtown Comics Signing

I went to Midtown Comics Downtown in New York City to attend Raina Telgemeier’s signing of her latest book Share Your Smile on Tuesday evening. This signing was a big deal. Raina Telgemeier is the author of the bestselling graphic novels in America. Her books outsell anything from Marvel or DC. Graphic Novels that Kids […]

'Rat Queens Volume 6: The Infernal Path' Brings on the Ick Factor (REVIEW)

‘Rat Queens Volume 6: The Infernal Path’ Brings on the Ick Factor (REVIEW)

The Infernal Path is the latest graphic novel collection of Rat Queens stories, and the last stories that will be penned by series co-creator Kurtis J. Wiebe, who is moving on to other projects. The Infernal Path has all of the heart, camaraderie, and bawdiness that makes Rat Queens so much fun to read in […]

‘Utopia’: Happy Death Day 2U’s Jessica Rothe Joins Amazon’s Gillian Flynn Conspiracy-Thriller Series

Jessica Rothe (Happy Death Day 2U) is set to join Gone Girl author/screenwriter Gillian Flynn‘s upcoming Amazon Studios adaptation of British series Utopia, joining a cast that includes John Cusack (High Fidelity, Grosse Pointe Blank), Rainn Wilson (The Office), Sasha Lane (American Honey), and Javon “Wanna” Walton (Euphoria). With Flynn serving as the project’s creator, executive producer, writer, and showrunner, the nine-episode conspiracy-thriller received a straight-to-series […]



‘Locke & Key’: Happy Together’s Felix Mallard Joins Netflix Series Adapt

Netflix‘s adaptation of Joe Hill and Gabriel Rodriguez‘s comic book Locke & Key has added Happy Together actor Felix Mallard to the ensemble cast in a recurring role. Mallard is set to play Lucas Caravaggio, a charming teenager in the town of Matheson whose exposure to magic leads to serious complications. The ten-episode  supernatural-fantasy drama stems from Hill, Carlton Cuse, and IDW Entertainment. Netflix’s adaptation of […]

Viz Announces Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics

Viz Media has announced the publication of Fullmetal Alchemist: The Complete Four-Panel Comics. The book will feature a complete collection of the four-panel comic strips from Hiromu Arakawa’s original Fullmetal Alchemist series (which is published in English by VIZ Media) and never-before-seen bonus strips from Japan. In Japan, four-panel comic strips are called 4-koma. They’re […]

Thirteen: Amazon Studios Adapting Mike Oeming, Dan Berman’s Image Graphic Novel ‘Six’

Mike Oeming and Dan Berman’s Image Comics graphic novel Six is being developed for television–and getting a “baker’s dozen” title boost to boot, too! Circle of Confusion and ITV Studios America’s Circle of Confusion TV Studios and Amazon Studios are adapting the science fiction thriller for series under the title Thirteen, with Stefan Jaworski (Those Who Kill) […]

NBC Orders ‘The Blacksmith’ Drama Based on Graphic Novel

Yet another comic is getting adapted for television as NBC is developing drama series The Blacksmith based on Malik Evans and Richard Sparkman‘s graphic novel. Deadline reports that Jeff Wadlow (Truth Or Dare) will be penning the script, which will be produced by Studio71 and Kickstart. Kickstart is also who publishes the source material. In the graphic […]

A Fun Look at What the Future May Hold: Graphic Novel ‘Nuclear Winter’

I didn’t know what to expect when I received this graphic novel, but Nuclear Winter by Caroline Breault took me by surprise. This slice-of-life story is about a courier named Flavie who doesn’t mind a challenge. When she locks eyes with a handsome guy at a local diner, her life changes for the better. Set in […]

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Animus Creator Antoine Revoy Talks Ghost Stories and Growing Up in Japan

Bleeding Cool contributor Jason Borelli caught up with Antoine Revoy recently at the MoCCA Arts Festival. Jason writes: The country of Japan is known for many things, including its unique take on the horror genre. In Animus, the first graphic novel created by illustrator Antoine Revoy, the focus is equal parts supernatural and psychological, as […]

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Dealing with Childhood Trauma: Dodo, a Review

We deal with stress in different ways. Some people work out, some people go shopping, others do less productive things. In the case of six-year-old Laila, she befriends a dodo named Ralph. In Laila’s world, things aren’t easy. Her parents are splitting up, she’s currently not in school with her friends, and it’s clear to […]

Preview of Prentis Rollins’s Graphic Novel ‘The Furnace’

Tor Books doesn’t publish graphic novels very often, so the upcoming release of DC Comics artist Prentis Rollins‘s full-length graphic novel The Furnace in July is a special thing for them. ​As a young man, physicist Walton Honderich made a choice while working as part of an innovative prisoner surveillance program run by the government. The result directly led […]

Happy! Season 1, Episode 2 Recap: “Everyone Hates You, Sax”

Welcome back to Bleeding Cool’s weekly recap of Syfy‘s Happy! as we get ready to “reminder recap” last week’s second episode ‘What Smiles Are For.’ Okay… so maybe it took two episodes, a whole lot of convincing on Happy’s (Patton Oswalt) part, and a whole lot of killing (and drugs) on Sax’s (Christopher Meloni) part to […]