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Ahead of Hurricane, Image Reveals Ryan Sook’s Cover for The Weatherman #5

In a shrewd move sure to take advantage of all the weather-related search traffic this weekend, Image Comics has revealed the variant cover for meteorology-themed comic The Weatherman #5 by artist Ryan Sook. Hitting stores on October 10th along with the other covers by Nathan Fox and Marcos Martin, final order cutoff for any of […]


Man of Steel #3 cover by Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, and Alex Sinclairs

Man of Steel #3 Review: Making Superman Hurt

Rogol Zar arrives on Earth and immediately tracks down Superman’s Fortress of Solitude. Superman is investigating yet another fire in Metropolis when he hears the Fortress’s alarm. He and Supergirl arrive at the Fortress to find it destroyed and Rogol Zar long gone. Things get a lot heavier in this issue of Man of Steel. […]




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Sheena #1 To Feature Covers By J. Scott Campbell, Ryan Sook, Moritat And Carli Ihde

Dynamite has announced that the first issue of their Sheena relaunch by Marguerite Bennett (Batwoman) and Christina Trujilo with art by Moritat will have covers by J. Scott Campbell, Ryan Sook, Moritat and Carli Ihde. Writer Marguerite Bennett says, Our story is glorious golden age pulp — high adventure, quick wit, ancient mysteries, and daring dames […]

Inhumans Finally Feel Vibrant And Different: Inhumans Prime Review

It’s no secret that whilst I have been enjoying the Inhumans titles as a reader, I have not been a fan of how they have been set up thematically within the Marvel Universe of late. There were too many inconsistencies that made it hard to see the Inhumans as big time heroes, as it was […]

Al Ewing and Ryan Sook To Bring Us Inhumans Prime Next March

Inhumans Prime will be the introduction to the Inhumans lineup coming out from Marvel next year, according to Screenrant. They’ve also got a snazzy Ryan Stegman variant, because: Venom Variant Month. Prime will lead Royals, Secret Warriors, and Black Bolt in the Inhumans’ lineup, and (Marvel editors) Wil Moss and Charles Beacham say this will introduce […]

DC to Celebrate Jack Kirby's 100th Birthday with Ambitious Post-Apocalyptic Series

Kamandi Challenge To Commemorate Jack Kirby’s 100th Birthday Next Year

Back in April, Bleeding Cool told you a little bit about DC’s plans for something they called Kamandi Challenge.  Now comes further word about the project, which is based on the world Jack Kirby created and DC Comics launched in 1972 in Kamandi: The Last Boy on Earth. Kirby died in 1994 and 2017 would have […]

Ryan Sook’s Interlocking Covers For 4001 A.D.

Valiant has just released a look at all four interlocking variant covers for 4001 A.D. by artist Ryan Sook (Seven Soldiers: Zatana). The covers will appear one on each of the four-issue miniseries by Matt Kindt, Clayton Crain and David Mack starting with issue one in stores today. So choose wisely when your in your […]

The 25 Covers Of Betty & Veronica #1

Archie Comics has released the 25 covers for their Adam Hughes written/drawn reboot of Betty & Veronica. The book is set to ship on July 20 with a regular cover by Hughes, a blank sketch cover and then 23 variants. Betty & Veronica #1 CVR A Reg: Adam Hughes Betty & Veronica #1 CVR B […]

A Love Letter From Creators: Preview A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Out This Week

Who doesn’t love Charles M. Schulz’s Peanuts? 2015 has been a Peanuts celebration due to its 65th anniversary, but BOOM! Studios imprint KaBOOM! is taking things to a new level. The world’s best-known names in comics, children’s books, comic strips, cartoons, and webcomics are coming together to show their love for Shulz with A Tribute […]

As Close To True Crime As Noir Can Get – Bryce Carlson Talks HIT 1957

This week brings the release, on April 29th of the second issue of the new series Hit 1957 from Bryce Carlson and Vanesa Del Rey at Boom! Studios. Readers have had ample opportunity to feast their eyes on the dark crime drama’s previous arc, Hit 1955, and even on the special “Pen & Ink” black […]


Apparently Ghosts Aren’t Invisible – Dark Horse Relaunches The Series

By Alex Wilson Ghost follows the exploits of woman back from hell to hunt down the demons that sent her there while trying to recover the memory she lost. Two paranormal investigators aid her in her quest to track down the demons in power and finally find peace along with answers to who she once […]


A Quick Behind The Scenes From Hit!

You have to love when creators share peaks behind the curtain. Tonight Bryan Carlson tweeted a link to the cover sketches Ryan Sook did for the new series Hit from Boom Studios!.   Who wants to see some Ryan Sook cover roughs for #HIT? https://t.co/0DVxmjAkeS — Bryce Carlson (@brycercarlson) August 6, 2013   Here are […]

Where Do Covers Come From? Jai Nitz And Ryan Sook On Dream Thief

Let’s take a peek into Jai Nitz’ and Ryan Sook’s e-mails. Jai Nitz- Hey, I’m trying to get my Dream Thief covers sorted out. I think it’ll work best to use you for the cover to #2 and Kevin Nowlan for the cover to #3 due to story elements. As far as the cover art […]