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Mister... Er, Captain Miracle Comes to Magnificent Ms. Marvel Annual #1 (Preview)

Do the Skrulls in Marvel Read DC Comics? Ms. Marvel Annual #1 (Preview)

Could we be looking at the latest DC/Marvel crossover in the upcoming Magnificent Ms. Marvel Annual #1? A preview of the issue definitively tells us: maybe. In the preview, we see a Kree named Mar-Koll, who goes by the nickname Captain Miracle, approaching Skrull Emperor Kl'rt with a proposition. But "Captain Miracle" reveals that the […]

Tom King is Working on the "Follow-Up" to Mister Miracle and Vision

Tom King is Working on the "Follow-Up" to Mister Miracle and Vision

Superstar writer and former C.I.A. badass Tom King isn't just the writer of Batman wedding tragedies, gruesome Lois Lane death scenes, and shocking super-mega-crossover event comics where everyone receiving treatment for PTSD is killed by The Flash. He also does less lighthearted, more serious, intellectual work too, such as Vision with Gabriel Hernandez Walta and […]

[RUMOR]: Big Barda, Mister Miracle at Center of Ava DuVernay's 'New Gods' Film

It's been awhile since we've heard anything new about Warner Bros. Pictures planned New Gods film being helmed by Ava DuVernay. In fact, the most recent thing we know for sure is that DuVernay just signed a pretty big multi-year deal with Warner Bros. Television back in November. This COULD mean that maybe the New Gods film project […]

Barnes & Noble Gets a Retailer-Exclusive Edition of Mister Miracle

Move over, Walmart! Another retail giant is throwing its weight around the comic book industry and snagging EX-X-XCLUSIVE content you can't find in your local comic book shop. This time, it's bookseller Barnes & Noble, which is now accepting pre-orders for a Barnes & Noble EX-X-XCLUSIVE hardcover edition of Tom King and Mitch Gerads' Mister […]

Tom King Talks Heroes in Crisis, Punching Russians at NYCC Spotlight Panel

Hugh Sheridan reporting from NYCC for Bleeding Cool Batman and Mister Miracle writer Tom King shared his spotlight panel at NYCC 2018 with his frequent collaborator artist Mitch Gerads and moderator Constance Eza. King started the panel asking the crow of they had read Heroes in Crisis? Most audience members replied with a loud cheer, […]

A Look Inside the Increasingly Late Mister Miracle at San Diego Comic-Con

At the Tom King panel at San Diego Comic-Con last night, we got a glimpse at upcoming Mister Miracle. The series is late, after all the setup for Batman #50 was massive, the Walmart books have kicked off, he has Heroes in Crisis to manage — and those nine-panel grids don't write themselves. And so Mister Miracle #10, which was solicited for July 11th, is […]

New Dates for Mister Miracle as #10 Slips into August

You might forgive Tom King for being a little late with Mister Miracle. After all, Batman #50 was massive, the Walmart books have kicked off, he has Heroes In Crisis to manage — and those nine-panel grids don't write themselves. Well, we do now at least have a few more dates for Mister Miracle. Mister Miracle […]


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Mister Miracle #4 Review: A Continually Powerful Yet Intimate Portrayal Of Depression

Mister Miracle #4 from DC Comics by Tom King, Mitch Gerads, and Clayton Cowles is an intimate affair, part courtroom drama, but the players a gaudily dressed 'gods' and the setting is an apartment living room. Let that settle in for a second, that peculiar, confusing juxtaposition: that's Mister Miracle, and that's why this series is fast becoming […]

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Darkseid #1 Review: A Genuine Story Of Revolution

To round out the month of Jack Kirby, we have Darkseid #1 to bring us tales from the shadows of Apokolips and give us insight into the head of its cruel overlord. The first story, by Mark Evanier, Scott Kollins, and Dave McCaig, tells of a trio of young revolutionaries who have been rebelling against […]

What Jack Kirby Means To A Comic Fan, Critic, And Aspiring Creator

On August 28th, 1917, Jacob Kurtzberg was born in Manhattan. He was born to a pair of Austrian Jewish immigrants. He took to drawing quickly, starting in comic strips in 1936, and, in 1940, he teamed up with Joe Simon to create Captain America and Bucky Barnes. It's weird to think that a man born […]

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Mister Miracle #2 Review: More Straightforward, Still Enthralling

After the frankly superb Mister Miracle #1, Mister Miracle #2 by Tom King and Mitch Gerads from DC Comics has a lot to live up to. And while it doesn't play with the form as much, or make as deeply cutting observations into complex human issues through the medium of brightly coloured superhero adventure, Mister […]

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Mister Miracle #1 Review: Darkseid Is…What, Exactly?

So, the long-anticipated Tom King and Mitch Gerads Mister Miracle series is finally starting! #1 is finally out. Of course, how could I forget about this one? Everyone kept screaming its name at me every time I mentioned that, hey, DC doesn't use a large chunk of its character catalogue right now, as if this […]

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Mister Miracle #1 Sells Out From Diamond, Goes For $20 On eBay

It's the smash hit of the week. And many stores simply won't have ordered enough copies to meet demand. But Mister Miracle #1 by Tom King and Mitch Gerads, which Bleeding Cool reviewed here with a 10/10 rating, has sold out from Diamond Comic Distributors on the day it was published as retailers put in record reorder numbers.

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Mister Miracle #1 – Darkseid Is…PTSD, Depression And Ever Present Cage

Today I read a comic book that brought me to actual tears. This isn't entirely unusual. I'm a fairly empathetic person, if I'm honest. But it doesn't happen too often in comics. When it does it's usually a sign of something very good. The kind of emotional pull that even if it makes me think […]

Kirby: King Of Comics Now Available As A Way More Portable Paperback

Back in 2008, Kirby: King of Comics was released to much fanfare and it was warranted: featuring amazing presentation, old-school style paper stock, and all the Jack Kirby artwork your eyes could handle and presented in large format so you could enjoy all those Kirby dots for all-time. Now, as we celebrate Kirby's centennial, Abrams […]


Dark Days: The Forge Review- Mysteries I Didn't Want Or Need Or Care About

Marvel's big thing is throwing big-universe changing events on a yearly basis implying vast universal changes but often do not change everything in the way they actually end up changing things with their corporate initiatives that are afraid to maintain a status quo for more than a year that lead to run-on sentences like this. […]

DC To Pay Tribute To Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday With 6 One-Shots

DC Comics has just announced that they will be releasing six one-shots based on the characters created by Jack Kirby to be released weekly in August. This is to go along with the King's 100th Birthday. The characters involved are: Mister Miracle, The Black Racer, The Newsboy Legion, Darkseid, Orion, and Manhunter. Titles and creative teams have […]