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Waid, Augustyn, and Grummett Launch Archie 1955 in September

Waid, Augustyn, and Grummett Launch Archie: 1955 in September

Good news — it looks like the Riverdale gang survived World War 2! Even better, none of them have aged! Following the Archie: 1941 mini-series, the creative team of Mark Waid and Brian Augustyn reunite, joined by artist Tom Grummett, inket Bob Smith, colorist Glenn Whitmore, and letterer Jack Morelli for a new series set […]


Mark Waid Talks The History Of The Marvel Universe – and the Invisible Woman

Mark Waid was at the Diamond Retail Summit for Humanoids as Director of Creative Development (more on that later). But since he was in the room, Marvel Comics got him up on stage to talk appreciative comic book store owners through the upcoming History Of The Marvel Universe series he is writing – and while […]



Invisible Woman Gets Her Own Series in July

Marvel’s Invisible Woman Gets Her Own Series in July

Sue Storm has always been an important part of the Marvel Universe as a member of Marvel’s First Family, the Fantastic Four. But this July, we finally get to see things from the Invisible Woman’s perspective (as written by a man) because Mark Waid and Mattia De Iulis will launch an Invisible Woman mini-series. Marvel’s […]

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

When it comes to panels at comic conventions I think my favorite moderator is Mark Evanier, but coming in a close second is the man who moderated the Our Favorite Villains panel at Wondercon, Mark Waid. Now I think there is a possibility that Bleeding Cool may make Waid’s list of villains, but I have […]

Doctor Strange Puts on His Galactus Hat in April

In March’s Doctor Strange #12, the titular doc will become the herald of Galactus. In April’s Doctor Strange #13…he might become Galactus himself? That’s what we call a promotion! Marvel teased the issue, which will be solicited soon, on their website: Last month, Marvel.com teased the new role of Doctor Stephen Strange as the Herald […]

Mark Waid Legal Response to Richard Meyer’s Defamation and Tortious Interference Lawsuit

A lot has happened since Bleeding Cool first broke the news that Comicsgater Richard Meyer was suing comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid, claiming defamation and tortious interference over Antarctic Press no longer publishing Meyer’s Jawbreakers graphic novel. Waid launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his legal fight, with a fee […]

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Mark Waid Looks to Raise $75,000 to Fund Legal Defense Against the ‘Comicsgate’ Lawsuit

Longstanding comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid has launched a crowdfunding appeal with the intent of funding his legal defense against Richard Meyer of the Diversity & Comix YouTube channel. We reported on Meyer’s launching the lawsuit, which claims causes of action including defamation and tortious interference in his contract with Antarctic Press over the […]

Humanoids Launches All-New H1 Superhero Universe at NYCC with All-Star Creators

Following the hirings of  John Cassaday and Mark Waid as executives, Humanoids has revealed what their H1 initiative is all about: a brand new shared superhero universe by an impressive lineup of creators, all listed at the top of their press release: John Cassaday * Mark Waid * Kwanza Osajyefo * Carla Speed McNeil * Yanick Paquette […]

Now Humanoids Hires Mark Waid as Director of Creative Development

Everything is turning up Mark Waid this week. Just days after being targeted in a lawsuit by Comicsgate leader Richard C. Meyer, one of the few people in comics less sympathetic than Waid himself, Waid has now been named the new Director of Creative Development by publisher Humanoids. Waid’s hiring follows the addition of John […]

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Daily LITG – 30th September 2018 – Diversity & Lawsuits

Welcome to the daily Lying In The Gutters. A runaround yesterday’s news on the site and what we might expect today. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. And a story began that will no doubt run and run… Five most read articles yesterday Richard Meyer Sues Mark Waid Over ‘Tortious Interference With […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 Review: A Solid if Unexciting Finale

Ant-Man and the Wasp have returned to Earth…or so they think. They’re larger than the planet, but they’re not suffocating in space. They are still in the Microverse, and they’re still entangled. Scott nor Nadia can shrink or grow without the other willing it. Their memories are becoming muddled, and it’s only a matter of […]

Doctor Strange #4 cover by Jesus Saiz

Doctor Strange #4 Review: A Good Story Needlessly Complicated

Doctor Strange and Kanna are on the run with a Nidavelliran Dwarf named Eoffren. A photon-based species, called the Majesdane, kidnapped Eoffren to force him to create a superweapon for them. Strange and Kanna sprung Eoffren, and the Majesdane are now trying to kill them. Doctor Strange #4 has a straightforward plot, as you could […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 Review: The Case for Quantum Entanglement

Ant-Man and the Wasp are caught in opposing frequencies. Wasp is worried that, left unresolved, this could lead to the two being caught apart and in the Microverse forever. Thankfully, Burr comes up with a solution, and all three return to Earth safely—or do they? Some things are off about this world, and it may […]

Doctor Strange #3 cover by Jesus Saiz

Doctor Strange #3 Review: Surprisingly Deep Skrull Analysis

Doctor Strange and Kanna are scouring the stars in search of magical artifacts to grant Stephen is mystical powers once again. They are successful to a point, but Stephen Strange is far from being the Master of the Mystic Arts again. Against all odds, this search leads them to a world inhabited by Skrull refugees. […]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #3 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 Review: Are You the Ant-God?

The Unstoppable Wasp is being held without her suit by an alien species in the Microverse. Ant-Man is struggling to free her, but he’s stuck at a size that’s small for even the Microverse. Can an army of super-intelligent Microverse ants and an eccentric alien scientist be the key to saving the day? Ant-Man and […]