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Weapon X Revisited in Wolverine: Exit Wounds #1

Weapon X Revisited in Wolverine: Exit Wounds #1

Let’s just start this off by saying that we absolutely love all of these Marvel 80th-anniversary one-shots that have been bringing back legendary creators to tell new stories from their most famous comic book runs. But at the same time, they drive us absolutely crazy. Why? Because it just goes to show that so many […]




Deathstroke #31 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #31 Review: Bringing Down the Batman

A plane carrying Deathstroke and Wintergreen is shot down over Saudi Arabia, and Slade finds someone dressed like the Batman on the ground. In Gotham, a highly advanced chip developed by Wayne Enterprises is stolen from a man in a bar. Commissioner Gordon brings this information to Bruce Wayne, and he goes to investigate. This […]

Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen the Tempest Begins at Last: IDW Publishing June 2018 Solicits

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 from the legendary Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neil is released at last this June. Plus, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Bodycount is reprinted, the new Orphan Black series begins, Kull ends with an Annual, and more from IDW Publishing. Details below. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1—Cover A: Kevin O’Neill—GEM OF THE MONTH Alan Moore (w) • […]

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IDW Cuts a Donald Trump Joke from GI Joe: Real American Hero in Response to Complaints

Last week, Bleeding Cool broke the story that IDW canceled Aubrey Sitterson‘s GI Joe series, Scarlett’s Strike Force, making the decision weeks prior to the final order cutoff for the first issue. This followed a two-month period of not only refusing to promote the comic themselves, but, according to Sitterson, prohibiting him from promoting it. […]


Exclusive Previews For Call Of Duty: Black Ops III #6 And Dark Horse Present #27

We have some more exclusive previews for Dark Horse books shipping in October. The first batch includes Call of Duty: Black Ops III #6 that ships on October 12th and Dark Horse Presents #27 that ships October 19th. CALL OF DUTY: BLACK OPS III #6 Writer: Larry Hama Artist: Marcelo Ferreira Colorist: Dan Jackson Cover […]


The Superhero Dojo: 5 Quick Hacks To Fix The GI Joe Franchise

By Parker McCombe First off, let me begin by saying that around my home, Larry Hama is spoke of with almost god-like respect. While already into heavily into military and war comics, Hama’s work on GI Joe in the eighties cemented my love for both this type of story and of comics itself. GI Joe […]

SDCC ’15: Larry Hama Returns To G.I. Joe In 8-Part Bi-Weekly Event

This October, the man who started it all returns as Larry Hama picks up the reins of G.I. Joe for an 8-part bi-weekly event called Cobra World Order. The event kicks off with a prelude in G.I. Joe: ARAH #219 and #220 with artist S.L. Gallant. It will also have covers by Paul Pope, Francesco […]

Larry Hama To Write Call Of Duty Prequel Comic For Dark Horse, Free At SDCC

He’s well known for his commercially licensed soldier comic books, after his own time in service. But this isn’t GI Joe, this is Call Of Duty. And Larry Hama is writing a prequel comic book series Call Of Duty: Black Ops II, drawn by Marcelo Ferreira for Dark Horse which, follows an elite group of cybernetically enhanced […]

Larry Hama Is… The Voice Of Rai

Valiant’s latest QR Voice Variant – their series of “talking” covers that debuted with X-O Manowar #1 back in 2012 – hit shelves last week with the release of Rai #5 by Matt Kindt and Clayton Crain. Rai’s series takes place in 41st century Japan and, as such, a talking rendition of Valiant’s most famous Japanese […]

Continuum’s Jeff King To Write DC’s Convergence Weekly Comic, USA Today To Announce?

<3 this “@JimLee: Happy Halloween everybody!!! Truth be told, we dress like this every day :D pic.twitter.com/LSIkKxDmcf” — Jeff King (@JeffKingTV) October 31, 2014 Bleeding Cool has been writing about the Band Aid/Blood Moon/Convergence event for quite some time now. Feel free to catch up. We now understand that Convergence will be twice as large […]



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

Tuesday, May 6th On Tuesday, May 6th, from 6-8pm, there will be an SVA Senior Illustration and Cartoon Open Studio night by students of the School of Visual Arts. The event will be held at 310 East 22 Street on the 7th Floor. This is a one night showing of work by the senior Illustration […]

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

Tuesday, April 29th The eighty-fourth meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Tuesday, April 29, 2014 at 7:00 PM at Parsons The New School, 2 West 13th Street, in the Bark Room (off the lobby) in New York City. The event is free and open to the public. The presentation will […]

Four Color Roots Part 3: 1991 Was The Year For G.I.Joe, The Rocketeer, And Spider-Man

By Christopher Smith In this, the third installment of our ongoing column series, Christopher Smith takes us on a tour through his own back pages as a comics fan, going down unexpected dark alleys and digressions. Focusing only on the comics and pop-cultural touchstones he experienced at the time, he reconsiders their (at times unlikely) […]