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Things to Do in London If You Like Comics, October 2019

The Daily LITG, 30th October 2019, Happy Birthday P Craig Russell

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 15 most-read stories yesterday Galactus is DCeased in Marvel Zombies: Resurrection #1 [Preview] Gossip: All Change at DC Comics – New Group Editors For Batman, […]

American Gods: My Ainsel #3

Exclusive Preview for American Gods: My Ainsel #3

Neil Gaiman has teamed up with P. Craig Russell and Scott Hampton to adapt and expand his best selling novel American Gods into the comic book medium. The adaptation has been broken into three series, matching the three parts of the book. Part one, American Gods: Shadow, has already been collected into a trade. Part […]

Bleeding Cool Celebrates LGBTQ Creators For Pride Month

This Pride Month has seen a little bit of controversy in the world of comics, but it's not all doom and gloom. Pride is a time for the LGBTQ community to stand for their rights, equality, and thoughtful representation, as well as a time to remember the struggles we've gone through to get here — […]

American Gods #1 – Russell And Hampton's Adaptation Of Gaiman's Classic Novel

About a year ago I read American Gods for the first time. Or rather I listened to it, unabridged full-cast audio recording. I remember the opening very clearly. As the character of Shadow started feeling anxious about getting out of prison, I started feeling anxious as well. I knew as a reader that something bad […]

Art Preview For Elric: The Dreaming City

My first introduction to Michael Moorcok's character of Elric came when Marvel published Elric the Dreaming City as the second Marvel Graphic Novel back in 1982… the first having been The Death of Captain Marvel. The book was stunning, featuring the art of P. Craig Russell and the writing of Roy Thomas. Titan Comics is […]

And Finally… The History Of The DC Universe, As It Was

Posted by Travis Ellison... this History Of The DC Universe image used to appear in the DC Comics lobby, outside the elevators. I think I briefly saw it once on an attempt to gatecrash the place during one NYCC several years ago. It's gone now, replace by a New 52 panel instead, which will be […]

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels Of 2014

By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon Following on from last year's "Best" lists to create a Bleeding Cool tradition, Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon put their heads together to pick out the landmark works in the comics medium of 2014, here specifically presenting the best graphic novels. This category has been delineated based on personal […]

Amazon Names Its Top Twenty Comics And Graphic Novels Of 2014

Amazon has chosen its top twenty comics and graphic novels of the year…. how many have you read? The Terrible and Wonderful Reasons Why I Run Long Distances by Matthew Inman Can't We Talk about Something More Pleasant?: A Memoir by Roz Chast Saga Deluxe Edition Volume 1 HC by Bryan K Vaughan and Fiona Staples Seconds: A […]

Wouldn't You Want A Massive Archive Of P. Craig Russell's Sketches?

P. Craig Russell has moved through five volumes of graphic storytelling instructional video projects that are going to produce an entire generation of super-trained and probably frighteningly versatile artists any day now, but until then, there's also his Sketchbook Archives at over 250 pages of personally chosen work for fans. The Kickstarter for the volume […]

Christmas Swag – From Sandman to Doctor Who

When we go to comic cons, we usually post swag shots, but Christmas often blesses us with plenty of geek delight, too. Inspired by seeing comics people posting their hauls on Facebook, I decided to share what friends and family picked out thinking that they'd got my obsessions nailed down. And they were very right… […]