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“Crisis” Management: Marc Guggenheim Shows Off Arrowverse Crossover Scripts [PREVIEW]

Now that we find ourselves in September and creeping ever so closer to the fall, now’s a good time to update ourselves on pre-season news before The CW’s “Arrowverse” shows return. With Arrow shuffling off the network’s programming coil after an abbreviated eighth season (making The Flash the “elder states-show” of the “Arrowverse”), Ruby Rose-starrer […]



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“Arrow” Season 8: Stephen Amell Post Marks the Beginning of the End

Now that were past the mid-summer point otherwise known as July 4th, now’s about as good a time as any to start thinking about the return of the CW‘s “Arrowverse” shows. With Arrow shuffling off the network’s programming coil after an abbreviated eighth season (making The Flash the “elder states-show” of the “Arrowverse”), Ruby Rose-starrer […]




‘Arrow’ Season 7, Episode 17 “Inheritance” Was Worth Contesting [SPOILER REVIEW]

Welcome back to Bleeding Cool‘s continuing look at the seventh season of the CW‘s Arrow. Last week’s episode of the CW‘s Arrow was one of those that left you feeling… let’s go with hoping that the writers don’t believe in that whole “fixed points in time that can’t be changed” concept because right now? The future’s not too bright […]



Arrowverse Elseworlds Crossover: New Plot Details, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ Cameo, and More

With the CW‘s three-night Arrowverse crossover event “Elseworlds” only weeks away now (beginning with The Flash on Sunday, continuing with Arrow on Monday, December 10, and concluding with Supergirl on Tuesday, December 11), we’re getting some new details from some pretty in-the-know sources: Supergirl (Melissa Benoist), The Flash (Grant Gustin), and Green Arrow (Stephen Amell). Let’s […]

John Wesley Shipp’s ’90s Flash Joins CW’s Arrowverse ‘Elseworlds’ Crossover

Let’s be clear: up to this point, the CW‘s upcoming “Arrowverse” crossover event Elseworlds had pretty much lived up to its end of the pop culture excitement bargain: Crossover between Green Arrow, The Flash, and Supergirl? Check! The integration of Gotham City into the “Arrowverse” in the form of Ruby Rose’s Kate Kane, aka Batwoman? Check! They’re […]

X-Men: Gold #35 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men: Gold #35 Review: A Perfectly Average Comic

Storm is swarmed by Uovu and the villagers whom he’s resurrected. Ororo is forced to fight off her birth parents and all those under Uovu’s thrall. Meanwhile, the X-Men fight the X-Cutioner halfway around the world. Stormcaster finds them and opens a portal to Storm and Uovu, providing Ororo with reinforcements. But, is it enough? […]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics of August 22nd, 2018: This Week Wasn’t That Bad

We’re back again folks! We’re counting down the Top and Bottom 5 Comics of last week. Bear in mind that not all of these have gotten reviews from me yet. Today is also Josh’s Unofficial Big, Fat Catch-Up Day. Anyway, check out the best and worst of the week below. Best 1. West Coast Avengers […]

X-Men: Gold #34 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men Gold #34 Review: When the Story Moves Too Fast for Its Own Good

Storm reflects on the day she lost her parents as she processes their resurrection. Uovu, a god who has suddenly appeared in the village in which Ororo was raised, has brought Storm’s parents back to her somehow. As happy as Ororo is, she can’t leave Uovu uninvestigated, and she searches his compound. Back in New […]

X-Men: Gold #33 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men: Gold #33 Review: Going Nowhere Slowly

Ainet, the adopted mother of the X-Man Storm, is on the run from a new religion rising in her village. This new religion worships an entity called Uovu. Her life seems to be at an end, and Ainet lets out a prayer. This prayer returns the hammer, Stormcaster, to Ororo Munroe. Now, a representative from […]

X-Men: Gold #32 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men Gold #32 Review: The Tragedy of the Phoenix

Rachel Summers, aka Prestige and formerly known as the Phoenix, has been driven into a frenzy by Mesmero. She has already downed Colossus and Kitty Pryde, and Magik and Storm follow soon after. Cyclops, Nightcrawler, Iceman, and Pyro are the only ones left to calm Rachel down, but, after Prestige so easily incapacitated the other […]

X-Men: Gold #31 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men Gold #31 Review: I Too Have Read ‘Days of Future Past’

Rachel Summers and Nightcrawler have their morning ruined when Mesmero arrives and manipulates former’s mind. Meanwhile, Kitty Pryde and Colossus are still reeling from their cancelled wedding when we suddenly jump to a future where mutants are on the edge of extinction thanks to the Sentinels. That time jump happens just as abruptly in the […]

X-Men: Golld #30 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men: Gold #30 Review – The Wedding Issue

The big day is here. The X-Men have gathered at the site of the old Xavier Institute for Higher Learning for the wedding of Kitty Pryde, formerly known as Shadowcat, and Colossus, aka Piotr Rasputin. Illyana Rasputin, aka Magik, is Kitty’s maid of honor, and Nightcrawler, aka Kurt Wagner, is Piotr’s best man. All there […]

X-Men: Gold #29 cover by Phil Noto

X-Men: Gold #29 Review: A Fun and Flowing Action Issue

The X-Men are finally closing in on Alpha and Colossus, but the Sentinel is about to fire off his mutant-killing weapon. Kitty Pryde is phasing through the facility until she can find Alpha and Piotr while the rest of the team keeps Alpha’s duplicates busy. She finally catches up to Alpha and Colossus, but it’s […]