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Joe Glass Is Teasing Something Non-Pride at Thought Bubble… If You Can Find Him

Former Bleeding Cool contributor Joe Glass is exhibiting his Pride superhero comic book at Thought Bubble this weekend. But some people are not entirely sure where to find him. And not just because the show is now in Harrogate. Because Glass is exhibiting in the ComiXology Originals Main Hall of Thought Bubble. And not, as […]

Thomas Cook Collapse Strands The Pride Creator Joe Glass Before New York Comic Con

Thomas Cook Collapse Strands The Pride Creator Joe Glass Before New York Comic Con

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The Daily LITG – 11th September 2019, Happy Birthday Joe Glass

The Daily LITG – 11th September 2019, Happy Birthday Joe Glass

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 18 most-read stories yesterday Marvel Comics Announces Incoming #1 by Al Ewing, Dan Slott, Jonathan Hickman and More Marvel’s Incoming Super-Mega-Crossover Event Features Two X-Men […]

Joe Glass Relaunches The Pride for ComiXology Originals, and Pride Month

Joe Glass, a former Bleeding Cool reporter, has relaunched his comic book superhero series The Pride as a digital-only series under the ComiXology Originals banner. and launching on Wednesday. This is clearly why he was so full of beans at MCM London Comic Con a weekend ago but couldn’t say anything. And it’s just in […]

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LGBTQ+ Superhero Comic The Pride Returns to Kickstarter Featuring Guest Writer Sina Grace

The Pride Adventures #5 has launched on Kickstarter, the latest from writer/creator and former Bleeding Cool contributor Joe Glass, and the first collection of new stories with The Pride characters since The Pride and The Pride Adventures were collected in Hardcover back in 2016. The issue features a story by guest-writer Sina Grace, of Iceman fame. […]

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When No One Tells You You’re The Moderator At A Comic Con Panel

Reporting live from the heart of London Super Comic Con’s Artists Alley (I’m at table A45 by the way, if you’d like to stop by and say hi and check out my book, The Pride). Today I had an interesting moment on at the show, as I had my one and only panel here. The […]

Nerd Food: Drax The Destroyer Burger Wrecks The Competition

San Diego’s Hyatt Hotel — which is a mere five-minute walk from the convention center — is known as a hot spot for post-con drinking and hanging out. There’s potential to meet comic greats and celebrities, all while enjoying a cold beer. Or in this case, a Drax The Destroyer Burger. Fellow BC writer, Joe […]

Rich Johnston At The London Film And Comic Con Tomorrow, Table 38

Tony Lee talked about running the comic book side of the London Film And Comic Con on Bleeding Cool yesterday. Well, it seems that I am going to be giving him an even greater headache. I will be at the London Film And Comic Con as a guest. I’ll have a table and everything. But it […]


An Education In LGBTQ And Allies For Pride Month

Well, what an interesting start to Pride Month it’s been so far in the world of comics. From the controversies with artist Berliac to Howard Chaykin and Image Comics on The Divided States of Hysteria, what more could there be in the first week? Popping outside of comics for a moment, clothing store Abercrombie & Fitch […]

Fifty Comic Creators Showing Their #QueerSelfLove

It can’t be denied it’s been a rough week for the LGBTQ community, wherever you are. Which is why the #queerselflove hashtag has been such an important thing online today. And something that the comics community, in particular, has embraced. Here are just fifty of the comic creators and contributors who found a reason to […]

What Does Newsarama Know About Joe Glass And His LGBTQ Superhero Comic That He Doesn’t?

Joe Glass writes occasionally for Bleeding Cool, as well as writing comics such as his LGBTQ superhero team comic The Pride and Stiffs, self published and published digitally through ComiXology Submit. I really should review the new The Pride collection, but I am worried about accusations of ethical compromise, though I don’t know why, it’s never […]


The Pride Ends At Thought Bubble Next Week

By Joe Glass Anyone who’s been reading any of my articles on here probably knows that I also make a couple comics of my own. My first comics, I’ve struggled, enjoyed and learned so much while making them. All of that is coming to an end with the upcoming Thought Bubble Comics Festival next weekend. […]

NYCC ’15: ComiXology Submit Offers A Self-Publishing Alternative

By June Vigants ComiXology presented a panel covering their ComiXology Sumbit service at New York Comic Con on Saturday. Panelists included Eric Palicki, Hope Nicholson, Jimmy Palmiotti, Jody Houser, Joe Glass, John D. Roberts, Natasha Alterici, and was officiated by ComiXology Vice President of Communications and Marketing Chip Mosher. ComiXology is an Amazon owned company […]

Equality For All In All Walks Of Life – Catching Up On The Pride So Far

By Olly MacNamee Having successfully Kickstarted this dream project and with the first four issues of a planned 6 issue initial run under his belt, writer and BC contributor Joe Glass can look back over his shoulder and be proud (pun intended) of what he has already achieved with his mini-series, The Pride. This series […]

Tales From The Four Colour Closet: Pushing #ComicsForward

By Joe Glass By now, I’m sure you’ve all read or at least heard about BOOM! Studios CEO and Founder Ross Richie’s statement on the state of the comics industry and its future, with the initiative and discussion point Push #ComicsForward. It’s certainly got a lot of the comics industry fired up, you just have […]

Tales From The Four-Color Closet: Thoughtbubble On LGBTQ

By Joe Glass A little while ago, I wrote one of my Tales from the Four-Color Closet about the large number of LGBTQ representation and panels at SDCC, and how it seemed there was nowhere near as much, if any, in the UK cons. Well, it would seem that someone agreed with me and has […]

Tales Of The Four-Colour Closet: San Diego Comic Con And Representation

By Joe Glass One thing that maybe isn’t reported as much about San Diego Comic-Con is its incredible range of diverse representation. Panels on Women in Comics are becoming a growing norm of comic cons around the world, with most that I have personally attended having at least one such panel and I’ve heard of […]

Comics for Your Indie Cred: The Pride #3 On ComiXology Today

Junior New York Correspondent Liz Hey writes: Let’s start by just addressing facts: The Pride is the comic you know you should already be reading. You’ve been thinking this ever since reading Bleeding Cool’s past reviews when Issues #1 and #2 came out. It’s the kind of progressive style smothered in just-kitschy-enough humor that you’d […]