INJ Culbard



The Ghost Limb Sensations Of INJ Culbard’s The King In Yellow

I have never read Robert W. Chambers’ original work which INJ Culbard is adapting in his new graphic novel The King in Yellow from Selfmade Hero/Abrams which I picked up at San Diego Comic-Con. I’ve been waiting for the book for some time because I am curious about pulp literature, aware from exploring the edges […]

SDCC ’15: Dan Abnett And INJ Culbard’s New Comic, Brink, For 2000AD/Rebellion

Mentioned in a previous report from the 2000AD panel at San Diego Comic Con. Dan Abnett and I.N.J. Culbard are working on a new series titled Brink and is described as True Detective set in space. Just in case its previous mention asn’t prominent enough…. Sneaky little mention of a new project from @VincentAbnett and […]

When Is A Graphic Novel Not A Graphic Novel? When It’s A Stolen Cover

The King In Yellow is a collection of short stories by Robert Chambers, published in the 19th century, available in the public domain and popularised by the recent TV show True Detective. Its influence on HP Lovecraft’s work also has seen it appear prominently in the Alan Moore/Jacen Burrows comic Providence. As a result, it […]

With 2 Hours To Go, Broken Frontier Kickstarter Goes To The Wire…. (UPDATE)

2 Hours to go, $567 left after putting on $7000 overnight. We write about the Broken Frontier anthology here last week, and now it’s down to the wire. Can a last minute Bleeding Cool bump put it over the edge?  A 250-page hardcover colour anthology of comics with 45 contributors including David Hine, Mark Stafford, Greg Pak, […]

Bleeding Cool’s 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014

By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon Following on from last year’s “Best” lists to create a Bleeding Cool tradition, Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon put their heads together to pick out the landmark works in the comics medium of 2014, here specifically presenting the best graphic novels. This category has been delineated based on personal […]




Preview This Week’s 2000AD And Brass Sun #2

This week sees the publication of 2000AD’s Prog 1887 and also the return of Rebellion’s  Brass Sun series for issue #2 (issue #1 went to reprint immediately). Prog 1887 will be available in print in the UK on June 25th, digitally immediately, and in print in the USA a little behind this date. Brass Sun […]

Selling Comics at Thought Bubble 2013 – Sunday

UK comic creator and journalist P M Buchan gives Bleeding Cool the lowdown on what it was like exhibiting at Thought Bubble in Leeds, covering the breadth of exhibitors, the highs of the parties and the lows of the morning afters. This is the second and final report: [Comic created purely from tears & self-loathing […]