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Preview of Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester’s Family Tree #1

Family Tree is a new series launching from Image Comics in November that’s been a long time coming, announced a few years ago from Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester. And now we have a look ahead at the first few pages of the first issue… FAMILY TREE #1 (MR) (W) Jeff Lemire (A/CA) Phil Hester, […]

Image to Finally Publish Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester's Family Tree

Image to Finally Publish Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester’s The Family Tree

No, Image Comics is not getting into genealogy. The Family Tree is a comic about a girl who transforms into a tree, which is upsetting to her parents, who take a road trip to try to find a cure. By Jeff Lemire and Phil Hester, this “genre-defying” comic was first announced back at Emerald City […]

Ascender #2 Brings Dad In to the Fight Against Mother

Ascender #2 Brings Dad In to the Fight Against Mother

The second installment of Jeff Lemire and Dustin Nguyen’s Ascender picks up immediately where issue #1 left off, with Mila finding her father’s long lost robotic dog named Bandit.  In the previous issue, Mila resents her nomadic life and plays with the idea of giving in to the religious heretics of the anti-technology fanatic Mother.  […]

Ascender #1 From Image Comics is Star Wars meets Lord of the Rings

Ascender #1 From Image Comics is Star Wars meets Lord of the Rings

Ascender is one of the newer releases from Image Comics this week, taking place in a society where technology has been wiped out by the magic of religious zealots.  Set ten years after the conclusion of Descender, Jeff Lemire (Sweet Tooth, Animal Man) creates a world of Star Wars meets Lord of the Rings, setting […]

Mike Deodato Joins Jeff Lemire at Dark Horse for Berserker Unbound

I guess we know why Mike Deodato had to make the announcement yesterday that he would be leaving Marvel in June to focus on creator-owned work. Today, Dark Horse Comics sent out a press release announcing a new series by Deodato, along with writer Jeff Lemire and colorist Frank Martin. Called Berserker Unbound, the series […]

Legendary Entertainment Nabs Dark Horse’s Black Hammer for Film, TV

It would appear that Dark Horses’ “Black Hammer” comics by writer [user_id] has been picked up by Legendary Entertainment for development for film and possible tv projects. Black Hammer, first published in 2016, won the 2017 Eisner for best new comic and best lettering, as well as nominations for best writer, best continuing series, best inking […]

A Top Secret Comic Book Project from Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt?

The first rule of secret comic book projects is: don’t talk about secret comic book projects. But superstar comic book creators Jeff Lemire and Matt Kindt don’t follow the rules, so Lemire, who once referred to Kindt as his comic soulmate, took to Twitter to tease an upcoming secret project with Kindt. My buddy @mattkindt […]

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 cover by Dean Ornstom and Dave Stewart

Black Hammer: Age of Doom #4 Review – Lair of the Dragonfly

Lucy discovered that Madame Dragonfly and Colonel Weird are behind the heroes being trapped in this small farm town. Meanwhile, Abe and the Barbalien have a heart-to-heart about their current situation and love lives. Barbalien tries to get Abe to just accept that things are going well. However, Golden Gail is about to make a […]

The Sentry #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Marcio Menyz

The Sentry #3 Review: Damaging Nostalgia

We see Billy Turner, aka Scout and former sidekick to the Sentry, meet up with the man who was once Cranio, the archnemesis to the Sentry. Billy has a plan to bring down Bob Reynolds once and for all. He hates the Sentry for what he did to him, taking his arm as the Void, […]

Terrifics #7 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Ivan Nunes

The Terrifics #7 Review: How Many Layers of Nostalgia Are We Working With?

We see Tom Strong once again shutting down a scheme from Paul Saveen in Millennium City. After another successful mission, Strong is ambushed by Doc Dread. Meanwhile on our Earth, the Terrifics continue their search for Tom Strong and a means to stop Doc Dread. Mister Terrific clashes with Simon Stagg, and Rex Mason gets […]

It’s Official: Hit-Girl Hates Canada [SPOILERS]

Now that Netflix has bought Millarworld (save for Hit-Girl, Kick-Ass, and Kingsman), they have also bought the exclusive writing services of Mark Millar — which means he can no longer write Hit-Girl, Kick-Ass, or Kingsman. Even though they are owned by his company Dave And Eggsy Ltd. So he’s got a bunch of his mates to do it instead. […]

Gideon Falls #5 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Gideon Falls #5 Review: Upping the Intensity but Keeping the Pace Slow

Father Fred and Sheriff Miller are attacked by a crazed Joe Reddy. He stabs Fred’s hand and runs off into the night. Miller and Fred find Joe’s wife bleeding out on the ground before long. They find some things on the trail that lead them back to Doc Sutton. Meanwhile, Norton is trying to comfort […]

Terrifics #6 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Mike Atiyeh

Terrifics #6 Review: The Least Terrific Issue so Far

The Terrifics are separated and hurting in the Kingdom of Elements. Mister Terrific is reliving the worst day of his life, upon which his wife died in a car accident. Plastic Man is facing down a stone monster. Phantom Girl is under attack from a horde of crystal warriors. Metamorpho is fighting Algon, a creature […]

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 […]

Terrifics #5 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Wil Quintana

Terrifics #5 Review: Death by Metamorphos

The Terrifics have returned to Earth and trying to get their lives somewhat in order. Metamorpho has a serious talk with Sapphire, Plastic Man calls Angel, and Phantom Girl tries to get to know Mister Terrific. This leaves all four feeling low, and it only worsens when the citizens of a town in Michigan begin […]