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Guardians of the Galaxy #148 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #148 Review: Drax on the Sax

The Guardians of the Galaxy continue to have their hands full with the Nova Corps situation. Star-Lord and Nova Richard Rider are standing before a massive Infinity Stone, shown to them by Nova Corpsman Eve Bakian. It is the Power Stone, and it seems to be the real deal by all evidence. Meanwhile, Rocket Raccoon […]

Darkhawk #51 cover by David Nakayama

Marvel Legacy Darkhawk #51 Review: A One-Shot that Lays Groundwork for More

Chris Powell hasn’t been Darkhawk in almost a year. The gem that triggers his transformation remains dormant. Now an officer and engaged, he is considering giving the gem to Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S and moving on with his life. On duty, he gets a call to the amusement park where he first found the gem. What he […]

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

With Gamora and Ant-Man escaping from their tight situation through a last-minute gambit on Scott’s part, they return to the Nova HQ to report their success. Elsewhere, Star-Lord meets up with his old friend and legendary Nova, Richard Rider. After catching up, the two go to investigate the Nova outpost which has been off the […]

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Brian Michael Bendis’s List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman […]

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Champions #16 Cover May Reveal More About The Future Of The Team Than Intended

The solicits for Marvel’s for their January releases are now out, and the cover to the month’s new issue of Champions may give away more than intended. Coming out of a cross-over with Avengers, World’s Collide, which is their big Marvel Legacy story, it is implied that the cross-over will have major stakes for one […]

Avengers #672 cover by Alex Ross

Marvel Legacy Avengers #672 Review: It Just Doesn’t Hold Together

The relationship between the Avengers and the Champions remains strained as the two reunite in the stopping of a massive meteor from colliding with the Earth. All of this happens while space explorations attempt to locate the exact position of High Evolutionary’s Counter-Earth on the other side of the sun, if it is truly there. […]

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Nova, Spider-Man, And Cloak Join Marvel’s Cosplay In A Cab

The other day we featured a Marvel video called Cosplay in a Cab, featuring a Captain Marvel cosplayer in a cab with a stereotypical New York cabby. It’s the sort of thing convention-goers have to deal with all the time. The cabby plays the part of the person asking all the questions and trying to […]

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All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #11 Review: The Return Of Nova

Richard Rider, AKA Nova the Human Rocket, has found evidence that his brother, Robbie, may still be alive. Robbie returned to Xandar, the former homeworld of the Nova Corps. Richard follows him there, and we see what happened to Robbie during and after the events of the Cancerverse Incursion from The Thanos Imperative. It was […]


Are Marvel’s Comics Suffering From Premature Cancellation?

Yesterday, Bleeding Cool ran the news that yet another young series from Marvel is getting the chop, this time the current run of Nova, featuring both iterations of the character, by Jeff Loveness and Ramon Pérez with Ian Herring. Hot off the heels of the cancellation of Star-Lord, by Chip Zdarsky, Kris Anka and Matt Wilson, […]

Squirrel Girl Is Coming To TV And Dragging The New Warriors With Her

YES! Finally Doreen Green is making it to the small screen! Ahem, so this is a totally professional, unbiased, report on the fact that Squirrel Girl will have her own live action TV show. OK, so it’ll be shared with the New Warriors (whatever) but we all see where this is going. The Freeform cable […]

Comic Books – Immigrants Are Welcome Here

Writer Greg Pak has raised an excellent point on twitter in response to the #MuslimBan, the controversial Executive Order from President Donald Trump that bans immigration from seven countries of largely Muslim population. The ban is affecting refugees from war-torn regions, ideological or social refugees who would face recriminations and death in some cases for […]

Champions is Very Much a Modern Classic

Champions is shaping up to cement itself as the most modern classic comic out there at the moment. Less in terms of it being an incredible addition to the library of indispensable comic runs, as it’s perhaps still early days to tell if it will match the likes of Dark Phoenix Saga, Secret Wars, or […]

Are Mentor Bonds the New Trend for Great Comics?

There seems to be a bit of a trend at the Big Two which is leading to two great runs on series’, and, whilst still early days for the Marvel offering, the one for DC is regularly the best comic that they are regularly putting out. I am of course talking Mentor Bonding. If you’d […]

Hasbro Reveals Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Marvel Legends…#WhereIsEveryone?

Last week, Hasbro revealed the figures that will make up the Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 wave of Marvel Legends this spring. Probably the most popular figure line on the market (with apologies to the Star Wars Black Series and Mattel’s WWE product), myself and everyone else was quite excited to see what they would […]

A Tale Of Two Novas – Catching Up With The Nova Corps

Marvel has announced a new Nova series featuring both incarnations of the character. Here is a quick primer for anyone not familiar with the characters. I was six years old when the first issue of Nova came out. It was written by Marv Wolfman and drawn by John Buscema and was the first new character […]



A Camera Fast Enough To Capture The Movement Of Light

A few years back, the PBS program Nova reported on a MIT camera fast enough to pick up the movement of light. Now, that seems like a silly idea at first, but watch the video. The footage the camera gets is startling. [youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7Z8EtlBe8Ts[/youtube] The movement of shadows across that apple and onto the wall is […]

Mighty Marvel Geeks Issue 59 – Talking Spider-Man Licensing With Nelson Faro DeCastro

Bleeding Cool welcomes back Mighty Marvel Geeks, hosted in part by Mike Ehmcke, who also hosts the podcast We Be Geeks, which runs on Bleeding Cool on the weekends. Here they talk about all things Marvel-related, and especially what their top picks are for the Marvel books coming out in the week ahead. http://media.blubrry.com/webegeeks/p/webegeekspc.com/podcasts/MMG_Issue_59_02142015_Nelson_Faro_DeCastro.mp3 Download […]