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Skybound’s Evolution Mutates Into Second Printing

In the cutthroat world of comic book publishing, “survival of the fittest” is the law of the land. And scientific research shows that comic books which develop the genetic trait of selling out and going back to press for second printings are more likely to pass on their genes to future issues. Thankfully for Evolution, […]

A Decapitated Donald Trump In The Walking Dead, Thanks To Joe Infurnari

Over the last month Joe Infurnari has created a number of sketch covers. One of them is a Walking Dead cover with a certain Republican candidate losing his head – and his hair. The front above and the back below… He’s doing more sketch covers here if anyone fancies a look… With NYCC cover quality commission slots available […]

Bringing The Bunker Trades Together Reveals A Secret For Readers

In an interview earlier this week, artist Joe Infurnari revealed that his series with writer Joshua Hale Fialkov, The Bunker, might hold some interesting secrets in the way the trade collection has been designed. When I asked him if he had done “anything unique or special” regarding the collected volumes of The Bunker, Vol. 2 […]


The Bleed 2.14: Reading Saga With The Bunker’s Joe Infurnari

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt and Samuel Morse The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion. This might be the last episode before Joseph begins his new career as a voice actor. Just kidding! You’ll learn […]

A Nightworld Descended On New York On Wednesday

As we warned you, readers, there was a massive signing for the Image series Nightworld Vol 1: Midnight Sonata, written by Adam McGovern, illustrated by Paolo Leandri and designed by Steve Price on Wednesday night in New York.  Within the trade collection were also a contingent of illuminating pin-ups by some super-talented local comic artists […]


Bleeding Cool’s 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014

By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon Following on from last year’s “Best” lists to create a Bleeding Cool tradition, Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon put their heads together to pick out the landmark works in the comics medium of 2014, here specifically presenting the best graphic novels. This category has been delineated based on personal […]

Can The Human Race Fight Back? Preview The Bunker #8

I recently discussed The Bunker from Oni Press with artist Joe Infurnari at Hang Dai Studios, and not only did he give me a window onto his process of layering his visual style, but he also explained that things are really coming to a head for the series in Issues #8 and #9, which conclude […]

Hanging At Hang Dai Studios With Joe Infurnari, Dean Haspiel, And Seth Kushner

Walking into an active comics studio is always an experience in discovering the Kevin-Bacon like limited series of “degrees of separation” between the comics that are being produced right now. There are usually arcane connections that lead between books that no one’s the wiser to unless they happen to stand in the room at the […]

Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics(UPDATE)

Monday, August 18th The ninety-fifth meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Monday, August 18, 2014 at 7 pm at Columbia University’s Butler Library, room 523. The event is free and open to the public. The Presentation will be by Tom Motley on “Composition Lessons from Comics Masters“. He says: […]

Things To Do In New York And Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics(UPDATE)

Monday, August 11th The ninety-fourth meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Monday, August 11, 2014 at 7 pm at Columbia University’s Butler Library, room 523. The event is free and open to the public. Presentations will be by Nicole Antebi and Miki Golod, moderated by Karen Green. Nicole Antebi will […]

Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics

Wednesday, May 28th JHU Comics, Hang Dai Studios, and Delete Blood Cancer Present: A Bone Marrow Donor Drive In Support of Seth Kushner on the 28th at 6PM at JHU Comics at 32 East 32nd Street in New York. As announced previously in detail on Bleeding Cool, award-winning photographer and writer of the successfully Kickstarted Schmuck […]




Things To Do In New York and Philadelphia This Week If You Like Comics

Tuesday, February 11th The NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be meeting at 7:00 PM at Parsons The New School, Kellen auditorium, 66 Fifth Avenue. This is free and open to the public. Presentations will be by Conor Stechschulte and Christopher Adams. Conor Stechschulte will give “a comprehensive look at the ideas and influences that lead […]

Getting the Nitty Gritty on ComiXology Submit at New York Comic Con

On March 6, 2013, ComiXology launched the “Submit” program, enabling comics creators to upload their own comics for review to be sold on the ComiXology platform. Creators such as Becky Cloonan piloted some of the first comics through the program, and creators came forward to share their experiences. Since then, there are weekly updates of […]