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DC Collectibles November Solicits: Batman, Harley Quinn, Batwoman, and More

DC Collectibles has revealed their November solicits, featuring products shipping in April of 2019. These include a new version of their Batwoman Bombshells statue by Ant Lucia, a new Batman Black and White statue by Sean Murphy, a Ivan Reis Green Lantern statue, a new DC Core statue of The Flash, and Artist Alley Batman […]

Superman #2 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Superman #2 Review: The Quest for Plot Advancement

The Earth has been pulled into the Phantom Zone through unknown means, and Superman is doing everything he can to keep the planet from immediately falling part. He contacts the Justice League through Martian Manhunter’s telepathic network, and none of the team has any answers. Meanwhile, Rogol Zaar is tearing his way back to Earth […]

Superman #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

Superman #1 Review: A Downplayed Start

Superman goes into space to look for Lois, Jon, and the alleged Jor-El. He has no guide, though, and the only thing he finds is a Dominator fleet heading straight for Earth. He deals with the problem and returns home. He desperately misses his family, and the Justice League tries to console him. With their […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

Wednesday draws near, and that means it’s time for another installment of Comics for Your Pull Box. We have a ton of major releases this week, but here at Bleeding Cool we are going to try and narrow it down to the absolute must-haves and must-tries. Here is the link to the full Comic List […]

The Man of Steel #1 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclair

The Man of Steel #1 Advance Review: Brian Michael Bendis Understands Superman

Some time in the forgotten past, an angry alien warlord named Rogol Zarr tries to warn leaders from disparate cultures of the danger posed by the Kryptonians and their expanding interplanetary industry. He is overlooked but not deterred. In the present, Superman investigates a series of mysterious arsons, a pair of villains, and meets a […]

Terrifics #3 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #3 Review: The Body Horror Slingshot

The Terrifics find themselves bound to each other by some kind of Dark Multiverse theory. They cannot be any farther than one mile away from one another, and this leaves them bound to Stagg Enterprises’ headquarters. Mister Terrific works to find a way to resolve this manner while Metamorpho has relationship problems with Sapphire and […]



Terrifics #2 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #2 Review: A Second Issue That’s Even Better Than the First

The team is baffled by the message left by Tom Strong, and they ask how Phantom Girl arrived in the Dark Multiverse. She explains how she was sucked in through a portal in space. Mister Terrific explains that they’ll need the antenna attached to Tom Strong’s device, and this wakes something up. The four must […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 03/28/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 28th, 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

It’s time for the Comics for Your Pull Box! We actually have a pretty packed lineup this week, so let’s go ahead and get started. Animosity #13 Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre‘s Animosity has been on of AfterShock’s best series since it started. The current arc is rising to a fever pitch as the farmers, the hive, and […]

Terrifics #1 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.3: Terrifics #1

Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool’s Comics Chatter! This is the show where I, Comic Reviews Editor Josh Davison, chat the week’s releases with my co-hosts. This week I am joined by Eliot, our comments moderator and sometimes comic reviewer on BC. We will be talking about Marvel’s Peter Parker: The Spectacular […]



Terrifics #1 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #1 Review: The Fantastic Team We Deserve

Mister Terrific, aka Michael Holt, arrives at Stagg Industries. Simon Stagg, the CEO, has acquired a number of technological prototypes from Holt’s now-defunct company. Stagg has also attempted to access to the Dark Multiverse, and this could have disastrous results. Upon Mister Terrific’s arrival, Stagg is immediately hostile. Terrific also sees that Metamorpho, aka Rex […]

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Justice League Of America #12 Review: Enter The Microverse

With no impending threat garnering the attention of the Justice League of America, the team is available for a mission from resident Atom, Ryan Choi. He has located the signal of mentor and previous Atom, Ray Palmer, in the Microverse — the subatomic universe that exists within ours. Not wanting to devote the entire team […]

DC Announces ‘The Terrifics’ From Jeff Lemire And Ivan Reis At SDCC

At the start of San Diego Comic Con, writer Tom King teased Dark Matter from DC with the following poster: At the time, Bleeding Cool Rumormonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston surmised: Clearly a jam piece, with the artists on each book handling their own characters, i.e. Challengers by Andy Kubert, Immortal Men by Jim Lee, etc., Outsiders is clearly drawn by Ivan Reis and Joe Prado, which may explain why […]

Why DC’s Infinite Crisis and Superboy Prime are Very Relevant Right Now

Much has been made of some of the current titles being released at the moment, and how they mirror or relate to our current world and political climate. Many comics seem to have metaphors for Donald Trump, or stand in Trump characters, or look at the whole politics of the situation, such as Nick Spencer‘s […]

A Ray of Light – Justice League of America Rebirth: The Ray Review

[Spoiler Warning – There will be some mild spoilers in this review] The JLA Rebirth: The Ray one shot had a lot riding on it for me. It’s the return of a classic character I’ve always been a bit of a fan of, it’s a gay male leading title and set-up for a new gay […]

DC to Celebrate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday with Ambitious Post-Apocalyptic Series

Kamandi Challenge To Commemorate Jack Kirby’s 100th Birthday Next Year

Back in April, Bleeding Cool told you a little bit about DC’s plans for something they called Kamandi Challenge.  Now comes further word about the project, which is based on the world Jack Kirby created and DC Comics launched in 1972 in Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth. Kirby died in 1994 and 2017 would have […]