As detailed last week, Valiant are teeing up the new Bloodshot Salvation #1 – the upcoming series presenting a new beginning to writer Jeff Lemire’s “Eisner Award-nominated Bloodshot saga” with artists Lewis LaRosa and Mico Suayan – as the publisher’s next major series in the wake of Matt Kindt’s X-O Manowar and Arrival screenwriter Eric […]
July sees the launch of two new creator owned series from AfterShock Comics by Mark Waid, Tom Peyer, Wilfredo Torres, Tim Seeley and Gus Storms… welcome to Captain Kid and Lifespanners. Oh and look, the second print of Insexts #1 gets a solicitation – that’s how they used to do things in the old days… welcy to […]
Matías Bergara is an Uruguayan artist best known in America for the recent Humanoids release of the graphic novel Dengue. You can check out his work here. It’s rather cool. Lots of heavy black, feathery lines and big bold blocks of colour. Yesterday, on his Facebook page, he announced his new project, a comic coming from […]
IDW had previously announced that in September they’d be collecting those new Bloom County Webcomics that Berkeley Breathed has been doing for the past year. Peter S Svensson, writing from WonderCon for Bleeding Cool, tells us that IDW announced that they will be releasing a print softcover edition in September for $17.99, printing the strips for the first […]
Emily, Del, Jackie, Teddy… UPDATE: Script scans excerpts removed, at the request of Asad Kazi of Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. So that’s confirmed it’s real then… On Monday I talked about the script to Riverdale, the new CW teen drama based on the Archie Comics series. Well, today I have the script to the DC Comics TV […]
I find all sorts of things on the internet. Tumblrs, twitters, FTP lists, on one occasion typing the word “Batman” into the DC Comics search engine and finding a roster of unannounced projects. Publishers are a lot more discrete these days, but even so, these things still find their way out. Such as this visual, […]
Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neill are the creators of League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen. But, for Bleeding Cool owner Avatar Press, they are starting something new. Cinema Purgatorio, a horror anthology comic book including their work and the work of their friends, including Max Brooks, Kieron Gillen, Christos Gage and more. And, yes, it’s being funded on […]
Bleeding Cool was the first to report that Scott Snyder would be leaving the Batman monthly comic he has flourished on, as it goes bi-weekly and starts from a new #1 as part of the DC Rebirth relaunch project. And that Snyder will instead take on the also-relaunched-but-staying-monthly Detective Comics, also starring Batman. As part […]
When I think about the Best Graphic Album-New category, I equate it to the Academy Award for Best Picture. All the nominees have been praised for the past year for being the best that comics has to offer, and being nominated for several awards from multiple organizations simply validates the power they hold over the […]
Yesterday, Top Cow/Image Comics published the second issue of Genius, by Marc Bernadin, Adam Freeman and Afua Richardson. It seemed like it had been ripped from the day’s headlines. That a new issue is being published every week this month can only help that feeling of being right on the button, even though it was […]
In the final Brian Bendis Avengers comic, New Avengers #34 out today, as well as Mike Deodato’s fine work (and the final double page splash is really rather wonderful) there are a bunch of guest artists portraying the big battle between Doctor Strange and, well, everyone. Here’s a peek at what you can expect from […]
They’re not the Ghostbusters. They’re not the Real Ghostbusters. They’re the New Ghostbusters. Coming in February from IDW. Written by Erik Burnham, drawn by Dan Schoening and Luis Antonio Delgado….
Also, a cartoon farting dinosaur
Another wonderful short film by Patrick Willems aimed directly into this week’s geek zeitgeist, from Patrick Willems as part of his Afterwards They Will Explode run for Bleeding Cool.. Any chance of a seventies version for when the bullet was launched?
Thank you Orbital Comics for your midnight opening. The only shop in London to bite the bullet, selling DC’s thirteen New 52 titles at midnight. There were doughnuts. And Tony Lee. They’ve also done a review podcast which should be up around now… So, what do we have? Stormwatch #1 by Paul Cornell and Miguel […]
There she is again, appearing in a preview of Hawk And Dove #1 by Sterling Gates and Rob Liefeld on Modern Man. Hmm, with all the preview pages of Hawk And Dove #1 released so far, you could probably put a while issue together now… here are the new four pages.
Let’s get that quote stright, from new Wonder Woman writer Brian Azzarello, to The Coventry Telegraph. “It’s not going to be a superhero book. I can guarantee you that, it’s not a superhero book. It’s a horror book.” The DC New 52 writer also talked to the newspaper about his work on Spaceman, how he […]
With DC Comics releasing their November solicitations, we can take a look at how the relaunch is handling the creative teams on tight deadlines and no allowance for late books. But no book seems to be suffering this attention more than Mister Terrific. All three issues are written by Eric Wallace with covers by JG […]
There are those of you who have viewed the DC New 52 books with envy and suspicion. Which will be the break out books? Which will sell lot hot cakes and which will be left unmourned and unloved on ths shelves. Which is Anatomy Lesson, which is Rise Of Arsenal? And how much will it […]
BAck in the bosum of Aaron and Tri-Force Mike from A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida as they go through tomorrow’s comics in their very hands! Lucky lucky rerailers. I didn’t realise Aaron was coming to C2E2, hey Aaron, fancy being a presenter in the Bleeding Cool C2E2 Awards? We have a spare spot if […]