With production on Audience Network‘s upcoming season of critically-acclaimed Stephen King adaptation Mr. Mercedes currently underway Charleston, South Carolina, we’re learning that Gabriel Ebert (Ricki and the Flash) and Rarmian Newton (Rise) have joined as series 3 regulars; while Glynn Turman (How To Get Away With Murder) will recur. David E. Kelley (Big Little Lies, Ally McBeal) will oversee the writer’s […]
The Batman writer/director Matt Reeves has found a home for one of his oldest projects, with NBC making a put pilot commitment for the drama Ordinary Joe. Written more than ten years ago, Reeves is set to executive produce the story of Joe, who faces a dramatic crossroads: Will he choose love, loyalty, or his artistic […]
Double Take launched their 10 titles in a day based on the Night of the Living Dead recently and I had a chance to talk with the writer of two of the company’s flagship titles, Jeff McComsey. Jeff writes Z-Men and co-writes Rise with Michael Coast. Here he talks about the two series and how […]
As Bleeding Cool reported a few days ago, Lantern City will be Archaia’s largest launch ever, at 10,000 copies with social media presence very high, and promo packages getting retailers involved in the excitement over the new monthly Steampunk series already scheduled to last at least 12 issues. Two weeks ago WonderCon was part of […]
This June, the will dead rise again as Double Take (2T) launches Ultimate Night of the Living Dead, with three new comics set in the universe of the 1968 film. Two series, Rise and Z-Men are written by Jeff McComsey, while the third, Home, is written by Moth Grand Slam Champion, Peter Aquero. Digital previews […]
The Rise features Iwan Rheon, Luke Treadaway and a heist that doesn't go down the way you'd expect. Here's why it's one of the best heist films in a long, long time.
Bleeding Cool was not the only site to express surprise that Justice League Of America: Rise Of Arsenal won a PRISM award for an accurate portrayal of drug use and mental illness. But rather than whinge and whine (okay we did a bit of that), I thought I’d actually ask them “what up?” Larry Deutchman, […]