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Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics’ Incoming #1 Anthology

The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L. Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as […]

Bond

Jim Cheung’s 003 Covers for James Bond, in Pencils, Inks and Colours

The James Bond comic book is getting a relaunch from Dynamite Entertainment, by Vita Ayala, Danny Lord and Eric Gapstur. And we also have a triptych of covers by Jimmy Cheung for the first three issues of volume 3, for December, January and February. As well as how they were put together, pencils, inks, colours […]

Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales

Justice League #7 Advance Review: An Absolute Blast

Hawkgirl has ambushed Lex Luthor before he could reach the Totality. Meanwhile, John Stewart stands alone between Sinestro and the Earth. Sinestro’s Ultraviolet Corps and Umbrax are on the brink of consuming the planet…or destroying it. Superman hopes to hold Umbrax back, but he’s not at full power. The Flash attempts to tap into the […]


Justice League #1 cover by Jim Cheung and Laura Martin

Justice League #1 Advance Review: Everything I Wanted from a Justice League Book

The Justice League has been born anew. All heroes across the world work together now with the core team of Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Cyborg, the Flash, and Hawkgirl working in the center of it all. Their base of operations is the Hall of Justice in Washington D.C. Martian Manhunter is the […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, June 6th, 2018: New Age of Justice and Hulks

It’s the beginning of a new month, and that means a new month of Wednesdays and new comic books. How should you start your month? What comics should you get? We’ll let you know here. Here is the link to the full ComicList catalogue. Let’s get started. Shipwreck #6 The finale to Warren Ellis’ Aftershock series comes this […]

Marvel Two-in-One #6 cover by Jim Cheung and Frank Martin

Marvel Two-in-One #6 Review: A Smart Fantastic Four Epic

Our Thing, Human Torch, and Victor von Doom with the Sue Storm and Reed Richards of this other Earth have put together their last and best defense against the approaching Doom/Galactus hybrid of this world. He has consumed the rest of the universe, and this Earth is the last item on the menu. Can what’s […]


Countdown to Avengers: Infinity War – Jonathan Hickman’s Infinity

For the final installment of Bleeding Cool’s Countdown to Avengers: Infinity War, we are going to be looking at the story which the film seems to be taking most of its inspiration: Infinity by Jonathan Hickman, Jim Cheung, Jerome Opena, and Dustin Weaver. Not only was this a story that I read as it first […]

Marvel Two-in-One #2 cover by Jim Cheung and Justin Ponsor

Marvel Two-in-One #2 Review: Return to Monster Island

The Thing has convinced the Human Torch that Mr. Fantastic, Invisible Woman, Franklin, and Valeria are still alive in another dimension, and the two go on an excursion to Monster Island, the site of the Fantastic Four’s first adventure. As is often the case with Monster Island, things get messy quickly, and an unexpected associate […]

Marvel Legacy

Marvel Legacy #1 Review: Almost Perfect Refresh For The Marvel Universe…Almost

Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that’s a lotta dudes), is […]

Marvel Legacy

Marvel Legacy #1 Review: A Lackluster Tease For Upcoming Titles

So, here we are at last. The long-awaited Marvel Legacy #1 is out. I’m going to go ahead and throw a spoiler warning here. Much of this comic has already been spoiled by numerous sources, but the plot itself was even hinted at in the marketing. I mean, the name Marvel Legacy doesn’t indicate any […]


Astonishing X-Men #1 Review: The X-Men Comic I’ve Been Waiting For

In Astonishing X-Men #1, there is something happening to the telepaths around the globe. They are seizing up, experiencing intense pain, and then dying. Eventually, this phenomenon reaches the X-Man, Psylocke, and, in her pain, she sends out a psychic signal to her former comrades. It’s received by Bishop, Logan, Rogue, Angel, Gambit (his is […]

Darth Vader #1 Review – Do You Like Stories About Lightsabers?

  The first Darth Vader series from Marvel Comics’ Star Wars line is a tough act to follow. Kieron Gillen had such an amazing handle on how to write not only Vader himself, but also the Emperor, and his wonderful creations Doctor Aphra, Triple-Zero and Beetee, Cylo, and many more. It felt like a natural ending when […]

Mindless Speculation – Readjusting The Astonishing X-Men Villain Theory

A while back, when news broke about the new Astonishing X-Men series from Charles Soule and a rotating cavalcade of various artists, I posited a theory as to just who the big bad of the series would be. I had assumed Cassandra Nova, a character whose first major action against mutant-kind involved genocide of the […]


Just Who Is The Familiar Menace In Astonishing X-Men? #ResurrXion

So today we got the final revelation about that mystery X-Book, which it turned out that was not a new X-Force book like everyone assumed, but in fact Astonishing X-Men. So let’s engage in some fun speculation, eh, and in July we can all look back and see how right we may have been. Making […]

Improbable Previews: Clone Conspiracy #4

Every so often, comic book publishers send out previews of upcoming comics without any of the lettering finished. The result, while pretty to look at, leaves readers wondering just what the hell is going on in those pages. Well, wonder no more. Here at Bleeding Cool, we have combined decades of experience in reading comic […]

The Scion Sketch Stolen Under Jim Cheung’s Nose At Motor City Comic Con

Jim Cheung writes, This Scion sketch is accompanied by a disappointing back-story. It was requested by a fellow (I hesitate to call him a fan) at Motor City Comic Con this past weekend, who, when I momentarily had my head turned, decided to disappear with the artwork …without paying for it. If this sketch pops […]