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Breaking: Five Random Food Items in My Pantry Right Now

Breaking: Five Random Food Products We Found In Our Pantry

Comic book news is a complicated business that is constantly evolving, and in order to remain competitive in a sector saturated with comic book websites, it’s important to keep abreast of the latest trends. That’s why we’ve been paying attention to our rivals over at ComicBook.com and their recent foray into food-based clickbait, carving out […]

Five McDonalds Menu Items The Comics Media Doesn't Want You to Know About

Five McDonalds Menu Items The Comics Media Doesn’t Want You to Know About

Earlier today, ComicBook.com ran an article about how to get a discount on McDonalds fries for National French Fry Day today. But why did ComicBook.com limit their reporting to french fries? Are they in the pocket of the french fry industrial-complex? The obvious answer is: yes. If you need proof, just look at the defensive […]

The Flash #74: Journalistic Integrity [Preview]

The Flash #74: Journalistic Integrity [Preview]

In next week’s The Flash #74, Barry Allen learns an important lesson about journalistic integrity from a young Iris West. Taking place as part of the Flash’s Year One storyline, a future version of The Turtle has returned to the past version of Central City with a captured future Flash on a leash in order […]

Yesterday's News Today: That Time George Perez Condemned DC Working Practices

Yesterday’s News Today: George Perez Speaks Out About Nu52 Superman Troubles

Here in the comics media, websites are constantly competing for clicks in the cutthroat click economy, always looking for that next big article to fuel the nonstop churn of the 24-hour comics news cycle. Here at Bleeding Cool, we certainly do our best, but we do like to recognize even our competitors when they innovate […]

Paste Magazine to Close Comics Section at End of June

Paste Magazine to Close Comics Section at End of June

Another outlet for comic book news, commentary, and criticism will shut down this month, as Paste Magazine ends their comics vertical at the end of June. Editor Steve Foxe announced the sad news on Twitter Thursday: So, some bad news: At the end of June, Paste will be shutting down its Comics section. I’m immensely […]

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

Marvel Editor-in-Chief Wants Someone to Create a Comic Book Character Called Clickbait

Marvel Editor-in-Chief C.B. Cebulski is taking cues from a friend of his boss, Ike Perlmutter, by calling on comic book creators to retaliate against the media. Cebulski took to Twitter to deride recent clickbait headlines about his appearance at a Swedish comic book convention which have originated at ComicBook.com and spread to other shameless, click-thirsty […]

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

It’s the weekend, which usually means several very important things. For people who haven’t dedicated their lives to the never-ending, soul-sucking churn of comics “journalism,” it’s a time to relax, to leave work behind and enjoy life before getting back to the daily grind. But for elite comic book “journalists” like myself, the 24-hour comics […]

How to Turn a Comic Book Hobby Into a Multi-Million Dollar Enterprise

Everyone loves collecting comic books for the social prestige and scintillating Twitter conversation. But what if you could also get filthy stinking rich off these things?! On Wednesday, Inc.com published an article which was subsequently promoted by Publishers Weekly purporting to contain the secrets behind doing just that, but as it turns out, sometimes if […]


Marvel’s Jordan White on #XMenMonday: “What is This Plug Called?

For the second week in a row, Marvel X-Editor Jordan White has flaunted #XMenMonday tradition by refusing to tweet previews of upcoming X-Men comics. White, who has repeatedly skipped the sacred holiday, instead using his platform to promote his career as a musical recording artist or to tweet about the band Ween. Though White has […]

9 DC Predictions for 2019

As we dive headlong into what’s sure to be the unprecedented @#$%show of 2019, it’s time to start the new year off right by making wild predictions about the comics industry which no one will remember if we get them wrong, but which we’ll be able to brag about through 2020 if we get any […]

10 Marvel Predictions for 2019

As we dive headlong into what’s sure to be the unprecedented @#$%show of 2019, it’s time to start the new year off right by making wild predictions about the comics industry which no one will remember if we get them wrong, but which we’ll be able to brag about through 2020 if we get any […]

Are We Living in the New Golden Age of Comic Books?

We have to ask the question: are we currently experiencing the greatest era in the history of comic books? A lot of people might point to past eras, like the sixties, when the Marvel Universe was founded by the likes of Stan Lee, Jack Kirby, and Steve Ditko, or to the 1980s, when we saw […]

Tom Brevoort is 8 Months Behind on Reading Marvel Comics; Let’s Spoil Them for Him

If you’ve ever wondered why Marvel comics seem to make less and less sense within the shared continuity of their own universe, with characters appearing in multiple books in the same months on completely different adventures and world-threatening events like invading celestial hosts going apparently unnoticed in other titles, perhaps Marvel Executive Vice President Tom […]


Managing Editor Albert Ching Leaves Comic Book Resources

CBR Managing Editor Albert Ching announced on Twitter today that he’s leaving his position to pursue other opportunities. In his departing statement, Ching said something that no one else has ever said about the profession of comic book “journalism,” referring to it as “a dream job and one of the most rewarding experiences of my […]

Apollo and Titus O'Neil

Is WWE’s Titus O’Neil Joining Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy?

Titus O’Neil, WWE Superstar and CEO of the prestigious marketing company Titus Worldwide, took to Twitter Thursday to tease possible involvement with the Marvel Cinematic Universe. O’Neil, a longtime friend of actor Dave Bautista, tagged both Marvel and the Guardians of the Galaxy star in a tweet showing off his ripped new physique. 284lbs now […]

Les Moonves

Report: Les Moonves Could Leave CBS One Day After ComicBook.com Purchase

Just one day after the world learned that CBS had purchased Ariel Winter boob article emporium ComicBook.com, a new report suggests friction could lead to the departure of CBS CEO Les Moonves. According to THR, Moonves is gripped in a desperate struggle against Shari Redstone, Vice Chairman of CBS and Viacom and daughter of billionaire […]