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Justice League of America #27 cover by David Williams and Steve Buccellato

Justice League of America #27 Review: The Timey-Wimiest of Supervillains Return

We are shown a confrontation between Ray Palmer and Chronos in the Microverse, and we next see Chronos attacking the Justice League of America as they continue to rebuild Happy Harbor. The JLA recently discovered a place where Ahl, the God of Superheroes, touched the Earth beneath Mount Justice, and Chronos wants to use that […]


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NYCC Speculation: Are These The New Faces Of Young Animal?

Perusing the panel listings for New York Comic Con, its October 5th-9th date fast approaching, has certainly rung some alarm bells for where the announcements and new info might be coming from. One such panel that has us wondering is the Vertigo/DC’s Young Animal panel on Saturday, October 7th. The panel is described as: “Comics […]

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Justice League of America #10 Review: The Social Justice League

Justice League of America #10 is probably more important than people realise. Not because it contains the next step in the Rebirth mystery, or because ties into summer event Dark Nights: Metal, or because it has a major character death or resurrection. No, JLA #10 is important because it tells a story that reflects the […]

Bleeding Cool Celebrates LGBTQ Creators For Pride Month

This Pride Month has seen a little bit of controversy in the world of comics, but it’s not all doom and gloom. Pride is a time for the LGBTQ community to stand for their rights, equality, and thoughtful representation, as well as a time to remember the struggles we’ve gone through to get here — […]

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 […]


From Strip To Script – Adam Strange In JLA

By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it, to see what I can learn from the exercise. If you are or were ever into the superhero sorts in comics, I’m willing to bet you have some less […]

Bleeding Cool Bestseller List – Bryan Hitch’s JLA Beats Old Man Logan

This is the Top Ten Bleeding Cool Bestseller List, as compiled by a number of comic stores from their sales on Wednesday and Thursday. It measures what are known as the “Wednesday Warriors”, those who can’t wait to the weekend to get this week’s comics. We salute you, and the keenness you bring to your […]

The State Of Superman’s Secret Identity In Doomed And JLA, Today

There are some odd disparities in the Superman comic books right now. In the the main Supertitles, Superman has had his secret identity revealed as Clark Kent. But not in Justice League. Not In Bizarro and not, it seems, in Doomed. Because while in the main titles we have seen Clark Kent’s neigbourhood come out […]

DC Comics Registers JLA Trademark, Challenges Riyanna’s Robyn

DC Comics has published the Justice League Of America since 1960, on and off. Mostly on. In 1987, it was relaunched as Justice League, then Justice League International, before splitting into Justice League of America and Justice League Europe. From 1997 to 2006, it was renamed with the initials JLA before switching back to Justice League of […]


Justice League War Is Still On In Snowy New York City Tonight

Did you win tickets to the World Premiere of Justice League: War tonight at The Paley Center for Media in New York? You may have been worried about the snowstorm currently hitting the city, but Warner Bros promise, the show will go on. And that includes appearances of Christopher Gorham (Flash, Covert Affairs), producer James […]

The Best Selling Comics In Comic Shops In 2013

This looks like it will be the Top Ten list for 2013, to be supplied by Diamond Comic Distributors shortly. Barring surprise numbers for Inhumanity #1, this may be as good as we get until it goes official, as far as direct market sales to comic stores in North America goes. Only one book cost […]


A New Strong Female DC Comics Character Makes Her New 52 Debut – Yankee Poodle?

From today’s Justice League Of America… I’m not sue if everyone’s locked up in a prison on Earth 3, or if they are all actually inside Firestorm, now stranded there. Either way. But the game commences with Martian Manhunter and Stargirl going from prison to prison, realm to realm, Justice Leaguer to Justice Leaguer. But […]

Forever Reading Forever Evil – JLA #8, Pandora #4, Rogues Rebellion #1

Before we jump into today’s Forever Evil issues, a word about covers. DC Comics titles now have nice thick glossy covers. Marvel comics don’t. It shouldn’t matter, but when you pick up a stack, there’s a psychological difference that just makes the DC books more enticing. Just saying. I’m enticed. Today’s Forever Evil crossover issue […]

Justice League Of America’s Flag Day To Skip A Week. Or Two

Warning to retailers, in case you’d created any promotions around Justice League Of America #1 and its flags-of-all-the-states-and-more covers, it will be skipping a week. UPDATE: A retailer now tells us that their orders are now scheduled for a further week after that, the 20th of February, As well as Justice League Of America’s Vibe […]

Three Of The JLA Covers DC Will Publish… And Three They Won’t

So apparently there are 52 different covers of Justice League Of America, featuring the fifty different states, DC and Puerto Rica, although it seems they will be the same, just have a different flag. Well, I’m sorry, that will just not do. Here are three examples of the kind of thing we want, first from […]