Ian Herring


IDW to Publish Bobby Curnow, Simon Gane, and Ian Herring’s Ghost Tree in April

IDW has announced another upcoming mini-series ahead of the release of their full April solicitations. From the creative team of writer Bobby Curnow, artist Simon Gane, and colorist Ian Herring, Ghost Tree will be a four issue mini-series taking readers on “a journey from the dark forests of Japan to the ethereal realm beyond.” In […]

Ms. Marvel #31 cover by Valerio Schiti and Rachelle Rosenberg

Ms. Marvel #31 Review: Slumber Party Spectacular

Ms. Marvel is having a sleepover! Kamala has invited Nakia, Zoe, and Mike to her house to spend the night, play videogames, and chat about life. Unfortunately, Lockjaw, a pizza delivery girl with skunk powers, and Spider-Man Miles Morales all have reasons that this won’t go the way Kamala hopes. Ms. Marvel #31 is the […]

Deadpool #1 cover by Nic Klein

Deadpool #1 Review: Not as Bad as #300, but Far From Good

Deadpool is back to his mercenary ways and is during a contract on a superpowered biker when we join the Merc With a Mouth. His business is aided by the Negasonic Teenage Warhead, whom serves as the assistant and broker. Meanwhile, on the other side of the galaxy, a new threat arrives that will, somehow, […]

X-Men: Bland Design – Learning the Names of the Cast in Spider-Man vs. Deadpool #28

If you can’t get enough Deadpool, this is your week! Welcome, dear readers, to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that strives to answer the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” Things have changed in the X-Men comics (and superhero comics in general) since the […]

Ms. Marvel #27 cover by Valerio Schiti and Rachelle Rosenberg

Ms. Marvel #27 Review: A Solid Ms. Marvel Book Without Ms. Marvel

While some of Kamala’s friends continue to look for her, Red Dagger, Mike, Gabe, and Nakia continue filling in for Ms. Marvel as they search for Zoe. Zoe herself is being held by the Inventor with an older man named Harold. It’s not easy to replace your lead character with the supporting cast. Hell, Marvel […]

Are Marvel’s Comics Suffering From Premature Cancellation?

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the news that yet another young series from Marvel is getting the chop, this time the current run of Nova, featuring both iterations of the character, by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Pérez with Ian Herring. Hot off the heels of the cancellation of Star-Lord, by Chip Zdarsky, Kris Anka and Matt Wilson, […]

Are Mentor Bonds the New Trend for Great Comics?

There seems to be a bit of a trend at the Big Two which is leading to two great runs on series’, and, whilst still early days for the Marvel offering, the one for DC is regularly the best comic that they are regularly putting out. I am of course talking Mentor Bonding. If you’d […]

Bleeding Cool’s 11 Best Comics Of 2014

By Rich Johnston, Hannah Means-Shannon, and Christine Marie Why 11? Building on our inaugural Bleeding Cool “best of” lists last year, we encourage you, dear readers, to dial it up to 11. It’s no exaggeration to say that this has been an extreme year for the number of new and innovative comic series reaching readers […]

New Titles From Archaia Celebrate Jim Henson’s Legacy At San Diego Comic Con

By Michele Brittany I grew up watching The Muppets Show, Dark Crystal and my personal favorite, Labyrinth, so I have a fondness for Jim Henson’s genius when it came to puppetry. In reality, he was a creative maverick in so many arenas of popular culture that it was surprise to hear that Archaia’s Henson line […]