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Rick Veitch's the One #6 cover by Rick Veitch

Rick Veitch’s The One #6 Review: The Beatles References that Never Were

Charles’ battle against Bog has torn the world to shreds. The surface is no longer inhabitable. Charles finally brings Bog’s rampage to an end, but it’s too late for our planet. Humanity has two choices: join the One or join the Other. Egypt now faces the same choice as she falls from a toppling skyscraper. […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of July 11th, 2018: Superman Begins Anew

Wednesday draws near, and that means it’s time for another installment of Comics for Your Pull Box. We have a ton of major releases this week, but here at Bleeding Cool we are going to try and narrow it down to the absolute must-haves and must-tries. Here is the link to the full Comic List […]

Rick Veitch's the One #5 cover by Rick Veitch

Rick Veitch’s The One #5 Review: Bizarre, Intriguing, and Unnerving

The battle between the superhumans is destroying all of Manhattan. Bog and Charlie are seemingly equally matched. During an intermission, Charlie finds Amelia and tells her what he’s learned of their past. Amelia leaves to see if it’s true, leaving Charlie to battle Bog once more. Meanwhile, Egypt is wandering the decimated city in fear, […]

The One #4 cover by Rick Veitch

Rick Veitch’s the One #4 Review: Amelia vs Bog and the Ripped-Off Face

Charles finds himself under the charms and manipulation of Pavlova, but the situation goes for more horribly than Pavlova could have anticipated. In the States, Amelia battles Bog across New York City, destroying everything in their path. Back with Larry, Egypt, Guda, and the Doc, Larry continues his bizarre transformations. The tension and action increases […]

Unicron Returns to Transformers and the Brat Pack Returns to Comics: IDW Publishing July 2018 Solicits

The world-eating Unicron makes his return to IDW Publishing’s Transformers comic books under creators John Barber and Alex Milne this July. Plus, Rick Veitch‘s Brat Pack returns, relive the Star Wars comic strips, and more new projects from the publisher. This is in addition to their regular G.I. Joe, Transformers, TMNT, and other offerings. Full solicits below. Transformers: Unicron #1 (of 6)—Cover A: Alex Milne—GEM OF THE MONTH […]

The One #3 cover by Rick Veitch

Rick Veitch’s The One #3 Review: Psychedelic and Strangely Compelling

Larry flies to the North Pole with the One and meets the more human half of the being. On the way, the One and Larry meet one half of America’s superhuman team. Egypt sees the darkest depths of Jay-Hole’s selfishness and his infection with the Other. Gob continues to rampage through Moscow, and Premiere Kubalov […]

Alan Moore’s League of Extraordinary Gentlemen the Tempest Begins at Last: IDW Publishing June 2018 Solicits

League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1 from the legendary Alan Moore and Kevin O’Neil is released at last this June. Plus, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Bodycount is reprinted, the new Orphan Black series begins, Kull ends with an Annual, and more from IDW Publishing. Details below. The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #1—Cover A: Kevin O’Neill—GEM OF THE MONTH Alan Moore (w) • […]



The One #1 cover by Rick Veitch

The One #1 Review: A Blast from the Past That’s Still Very Relevant

The Cold War has brought the world to the brink of annihilation. In a ploy to garner wealth, a businessman named Itch is forcing a fleet of American ships to battle it out with Soviet vessels to incite panic. With the world panicking, flashes of light appear in the sky that put much of the […]




From Strip To Script – The Question

By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it, to see what I can learn from the exercise. Now, for every reinterpretation of a superhero character that becomes the definitive version (anyone from the modern Captain Marvel to […]

Marvel Liquidates Miracleman #1-10 In All Its Variants

Right now, on eBay, you can find a number of Miracleman variant covers from the Marvel run going from $8 to $80. That won’t be the case for much longer. Because Marvel are liquidating a bunch of Miracleman stock to retailers, with issues  to 10, in all variant cover varieties, whether 1:10, 1:25 or 1:50 […]

When Don Simpson Was Offered An Image Comics Partnership

Megaton Man creator Don Simpson has been posting most entertainingly on Facebook about that project that never happened, the 1963 Annual, that would have topped off the Image Comics series by Alan Moore, Steve Bissette, Rick Veitch and more. To heck with the 1963 Annual — I’m just going to draw the “In Pictopia” Annual […]

Miracleman #9 Ignores Rick Veitch’s Colouring Instructions (But Only Of 1987)

UPDATE: As Stewart Lee says, “you can prove anything with facts”. Rick Veitch gets in touch regarding the piece below, saying “Please update your post about Marvel ignoring my 1987 coloring instructions to reflect that I had complete approval of Marvel’s new coloring. And that I think the new version looks fantastic too.” Which makes all […]

Here Comes Miracleman #9. Again.

Here are the pencils from Rick Veitch for the new cover for Miracleman #9, the birth issue, out next month from Marvel Comics. The retailer warning for the comic now reads “Miracleman #9 – GRAPHIC CONTENT WARNING Please note that the upcoming Miracleman #9 contains graphic content, including a detailed scene of childbirth.” This is how they did […]

Marvel Comics Ups The Warnings On Miracleman #9

Often Marvel Comics This is how it was solicited. MIRACLEMAN #9 THE ORIGINAL WRITER (W) • RICK VEITCH (A/C) Variant Cover by DAVE MARQUEZ Variant Cover by PAUL RENAUD Variant Cover by ADI Granov • The battle with Gargunza has ended. • The birth of Miracleman and Liz Moran’s baby! • And a shocking surprise […]

Your First Look At The Remastered Miracleman #1

    Marvel Comics are publishing a remastered version of Miracleman from January, by Alan Moore The Original Writer, Mick Anglo, Garry Leach, Alan Davis, Chuck Austen, Rick Veitch, Rick Totleben, Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham. We might have mentioned it once or twice. Eventually. Here’s a look at the new work, Garry Leach’s art, […]