Joe Madueira


Joe Madureira Covers The Super Mansion Comic From Boom! For SDCC

Launching at San Diego Comic Con is the SuperMansion comic book from Boom!, created by tose behind the upcoming stop-motion animated comedy series SuperMansion by award-winning Stoopid Buddy Stoodios for Crackle. Bryan Cranston, Seth Green, Matthew Senreichand Zeb Wells will sign copies of the comic at the Boom! Studios booth along with cover artist Joe Madureira. Expect lines…  “SuperMansion” follows […]

Joe Madueria’s Battlechasers Back As A Comic Book – And A Game

Years before The Walking Dead, Joe Madueira‘s Battlechasers was, along with Danger Girl, the non-superhero comic book that would sell better than the superheroes in comic stores. Part of Image Comics and Wildstorm’s creator owned line, Cliffhanger, the fantasy war comic saw nine issues published, getting later and later until it… stopped. But, as Joe moved into […]

An Inhuman Number Of Variants On Their Way…

The future of comics starring Stan Lee and Jack Kirby‘s The Inhumans character at Marvel are very important to the publisher, which is why the big names of Matt Fraction and Joe Madueira were originally put on the Inhuman series. But that pressure may have contributed to what saw Fraction to walk off the book, […]

When Marvel Tried To Make An Inhumans Movie 14 Years Ago

Bleeding Cool has been writing for some time about Marvel’s move to prioritise The Inhumans as a major property in Marvel comics, with an eye toward creating a new movie franchise. The comic book series Inhuman and the crossover event Inhumanity, spread the Inhumans – people with a lineage of alien DNA, and powers that […]

Inhuman #3 Slips Five Weeks To July

It has been a troubled series. Originally revealed by Bleeding Cool on April 1st last year, Inhuman and Inhumanity was Marvel’s big new thing, a way to revive the Inhuman ready to be exploited as a new franchise, an alternative to the X-Men for Marvel Studios, a new status quo for the Marvel Universe spinning […]

Marvel Comics Announces ALL-NEW MARVEL NOW, With Free Catch-Up Digital Codes

We’d heard Marvel Now Two was coming. Now it has a name, announced by USA Today. All-New Marvel Now. Relaunch and new launches of a series of Marvel Comics. And existing books will be refreshed with a point.NOW designation, such as Avengers #24.NOW. And those titles will have a digital code to give readers the […]

More Battle Chasers Comics Please Mr Madueira Sir

It’s one of the few non-superhero creator owned titles to ever hit the No 1 spot in the charts. Battle Chasers by Joe Madureira. Both commerically and critically popular, it cemented his career after a popular run on the X-Men’s Age Of The Apocalypse when it was published by Cliffhanger/Wildstorm. But then it got later […]

A Brief Look At Avenging Spider-Man #2

You’d be given, from all the publicity, to expect that the second issue of Avenging Spider-Man is comic about Spider-Man. Some of you may concede that it might actually be a comic about the Red Hulk. But it’s about neither of them. Oh sure, Spider-Man and Rulk are certainly in this comic, they run around, […]

Leinil Yu To Draw Avenging Spider-Man #5

As Stephen Wacker tweeted today; Here’s a “scoop”! Issue 5 has another huge artist! Just as we planned! He didn’t say who though. I think that’s Bleeding Cool’s job. Leinil Yu, fresh from finishing his run with Mark Millar on Superior. Joe Maduiera will return for a later arc, just as Steve Wacker promised. Not […]

Joe Madueira Off Avenging Spider-Man, Greg Land On… As They Planned

Well that was quick. Joe Madueira‘s grand return to comic books was three issues long. With issue 4, the digital-download-code-included Avenging Spider-Man will have Greg Land drawing Zeb Wells‘ script, as Spider-Man teams up with a very movie-looking Hawkeye… UPDATE: Joe Madueira will be back! They are doing that “alternate arc” thing… on off, on […]

Avenging Spider-Man #1 To Hit Marvel Digital Subscription Service?

It appears that Avenging Spider-Man #1, published in print today by Zeb Wells and Joe Madueira, is not just day-and-date digital, but will be part of the Marvel DCU subscription service. While the comic is shipping, bagged, with a digital download code inside, the first example of a new system that will see customers able […]