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Not Spider-Man: Someone Climbed Up the Statue of Liberty Today

In the USA today it’s the 4th of July, Independence Day. This means the usual run of fireworks both sane and incredibly illegal, as well as various displays of patriotism both true and bold. For protest group Rise and Resist, it was the perfect Wednesday federal holiday to unfurl an “ABOLISH ICE” banner on the pedestal […]

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Love And War In Comics: Looking Back At Superman #28 And Batman #28

With some encouragement from Rich Johnston and Mark Seifert, I’ve decided to take a look back at comics I’ve reviewed from time to time to analyze some interesting themes that they may share or conflict upon. This past week’s Superman #28 and Batman #28 both look at war in a way. They approach it in similar […]

Superman #28 Review: A Heartfelt Payment Of Respects

I have yet to review a comic about Superman himself for Bleeding Cool. Actually, even on my own site, I never talked about a Superman-specific comic. It seems as good a time as any to remedy that, especially with the talk around Superman #28. I hadn’t really listened to what it was about before reading […]


Secret Empire To Secret Empire: Interview With A 40-Year Captain America Fan

I was first introduced to comics by my dad. It started with a Spider-Man obsession, like with many younger kids. Over time, it developed, and I got more interested in characters like the Avengers, the X-Men, Hawkman, the Flash, and others. It’s worth mentioning that he also introduced me to Bleeding Cool, has been a […]


Lying In The Gutters – 4th July 2016 – Independence From Hydra Day?

Marvel joined in the spoiler game this week. And the internet burned. So what were you reading? Top Twenty Traffic Of The Week 1. Hail Hydra! Marvel’s Axel Alonso Spoils Captain America: Steve Rogers #2 – Can We Join In? 2. Marvel Comics Announces ‘Divided We Stand’ Relaunch For Fall 2016 3. The Daughter Of […]


Independence Day: Resurgence

Independence Day: Resurgence Review – Death By Boredom

  Twenty years ago writer Dean Devlin and director Rolan Emmerich ushered in the modern era disaster blockbuster with a film that’s never been called by its given name – it’s always been ID4 rather than Independence Day. It set the set the bar for everything from the Transformers franchise to the modern summer comic […]


Titan Releases Covers For First Two Independence Day Comics

Titan Comics has released the covers for the upcoming Independence Day comic, written by Victor Gischler (Deadpool) with art by Steve Scott (X-Men Forever). Both the first and second issues are due out in March. INDEPENDENCE DAY #1 Writer: Victor Gischler Artist: Steve Scott Cover A – Movie Cover Cover B – Dio Neves As our […]

See Your Comic Book Store Destroyed For Independence Day 2016

In March, Titan Comics will be publishing a new Independence Day comic book by Victor Gischler and Steve Scott to accompany the new movie out in June, And retailers will be able to commission special versions of the cover which will see their stores blown to smithereens. Of course this takes some time to arrange, so they […]

‘Adding A Little Darkness’ To An Independence Day Comic From Titan

Remember that great 90s movie Independence Day, where Will Smith beats up a bunch of aliens? Okay, maybe the script was a little more sophisticated than that. None the less, they are making a sequel, and even better, Titan Comics is thrilled to announce an all-new series of Independence Day comics from Twentieth Century Fox […]

Favorite Moments From Fourth Of July Movie Independence Day

I don’t know about you, but whenever July 4th rolls around I feel the urge to watch the 1996 film Independence Day. Just in case you’ve never seen it, the movie is about an alien invasion that takes place over July 4th weekend. What makes the film super amusing is the crazy mix of cast […]

Independence Day To Get Sequel 20 Years After Release

Fox has given the green light to the long-awaited sequel to Independence Day. It has been set to start production in May and the studio is now working on a deal with director Roland Emmerich. They are looking at a potential June 24th, 2016 release. The would set the release of the sequel 20 years […]

On Independence Day, An Appeal For Creator Owned Rights For America

As comic book readers, you will no doubt be familiar wit the argument for creators rights, in a landscape where characters are owned by corporations and veteran creators often have to turn to charity for their final years, while their creations earn millions for Disney and Warners. And most people believe that there should be […]