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Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics’ Incoming #1 Anthology

The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L. Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as […]

Exiles No More! Series to End with January’s Exiles #12

Superstar Marvel writer Saladin Ahmed is launching a new Ms. Marvel series with artist Minkyu Jung following the departure of co-creator G. Willow Wilson, but it looks like sacrifices must be made to make room on the schedule, and that means the end for the only-recently-relaunched Exiles with January’s issue #12. Ahmed, it seems, will […]

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron Launch a New Miles Morales: Spider-Man in December

Saladin Ahmed and Javier Garron are the creative team behind a new Miles Morales: Spider-Man comic hitting stores in December, the first to not be written by co-creator “The Great One” Brian Bendis, who left Marvel for DC last year after seeing Superman in a museum. The series was revealed EX-X-XCLUSIVELY by  IGN, part of the […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #5 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #5 Review – Sprinting Across Finish Line

Quicksilver centers himself, and his shades finally disappear. However, one remains. It talks and looks even more like Pietro than the others. It taunts Quicksilver and promises to kill everyone he loves. It somehow tears through the barrier and enters our world with Pietro shortly behind. Time is finally moving again for our hero, but […]

Exiles #7 cover by Mike McKone

Exiles #7 Review: Old West Superheroics in a Genuinely Fun Comic

The Exiles have been approached by a man called the King, the T’Challa of this strange Old West dimension in which the team has found themselves. With the King and equipment supplied by Moira MacTaggert, Blink, Valkyrie, and Wolvie go to stop the Magnus Gang and save Iron Lad. Unfortunately, Magnus isn’t the head of […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #4 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #4 Review – Getting the Miniseries Back on Track

Quicksilver, believing himself to still be stuck in this world between moments, has taken it upon himself to give his turtle, Mister Dibbles, a tour around the world. He discovers a hive of the light creatures and tries to fight them. When all seems lost, Scarlet Witch arrives to tell Pietro that the Avengers are […]

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Women of Marvel: BFHFs (Best Friend Heroes Forever) at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Madeline Potts: If I were to describe the Women of Marvel panel in one word it would be: empowering. Before entering the Women of Marvel panel I had only heard of Squirrel Girl and Ms. Marvel. I was intrigued but hadn’t found the time to read the comics, and […]

Exiles #5 cover by David Marquez and Tamra Bonvillain

Exiles #5 Review: A Glorious Conclusion to the First Arc

The Exiles have tracked down the Time-Eater at last, and he is Kang the Conqueror. He is using the remains of Galactus from across the Multiverse to give himself the power to consume all realities. It’s down to Blink, Khan, Valkyrie, Wolvie, Iron Lad, and Nick Fury to beat the odds and save every universe […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #3 Review – Running in Place

Quicksilver is racing away from a giant energy beast through the frozen world with an inanimate Scarlet Witch in tow. The creature wants to hurt Pietro’s sister, and he will not let that happen no matter the cost. Quicksilver reflects on the lives he and Scarlet Witch have led, and he puts everything into hiding […]

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 […]

Exiles #4 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson

Exiles #4 Review: Walks the Tone Tight-Rope and the Genre Plank

The Exiles have narrowly escaped an atomic blast and now find themselves on another Earth in the late 1700’s. Slavery is still practiced, and saving a runaway leads the team to Blackbeard, aka Benjamin Grimm. He and his pirate allies are waging war against the slavers, and he wants the Exiles to help. Doing so […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #2 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #2 Review – Running Through a Standstill

Quicksilver is running himself to the point of exhaustion to fight off the colorful shades that resemble him. No matter how many he destroys, more appear to attack the ones Pietro loves. Things are getting worse too. More are appearing, and they are getting more powerful. This may sound like a thin plot and only […]

Abbott #5 cover by Taj Tenfold

Abbott #5 Review: A Disappointing Ending to an Unfulfilled Series

Abbott is at the mercy of Bellcamp now. She is tied up and witnessing all the monstrosities he has and is willing to commit. He has plans for Elena Abbott. Her friends search for her and want to help, but this is a fight that Abbott must handle alone. Abbott #5 concludes the miniseries, and, […]

Quicksilver: No Surrender #1 cover by Martin Simmonds

Quicksilver: No Surrender #1 Review – A Brilliant Character-Focused Comic

Quicksilver, with the help of Scarlet Witch, barely destroys the sphere that has frozen the world’s heroes. However, whatever reaction from destroying this sphere has left the world frozen to Pietro Maximoff. He has saved the world, but he is now alone. But what if he’s not alone? What if he has company, but it’s […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 9th, 2018: No Justice for Deadpool

Welcome to the next installment of Comic Book Wins and Losses! This week, we’re going to try something a little different. To limit myself and to, honestly, make these a little easier to construct, there will only be five wins and five losses. This may fluctuate depending on circumstances, but that will be the template […]

Exiles #3 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Exiles #3 Review: Li’l Wolvie and Valkyrie, Friends Forever

The Exiles land on a world full of less-than-happy sentient dinosaurs before arriving on another psychedelic world with a pair of surprisingly familiar faces. After this detour, they arrive on an Earth still experiencing World War II, and Peggy Carter is Captain America with her partner, Becky. The Red Skull is enacting his final gambit […]


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Abbott #4 Late Review: Something Great is Hidden in this Comic

Elena Abbott has been fired from her newspaper job, and she is no closer to finishing the story she has been chasing all this time. However, this does not stop her, and she begins hitting up the police department and other contacts for information about Detroit University and Professor Bellcamp. However, the world is not […]

Exiles #2 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson

Exiles #2 Review: An Explosive Second Installment

Blink, Khan, and Iron Lad narrowly escape demise at the hands (or mouth) of the Time-Eater. The three universe-hopping heroes find themselves in another version of Asgard, witnessing a Valkyrie in heated combat with Surtur, the Fire Demon. The Exiles aid Valkyrie against Surtur and his monstrous horde. Saladin Ahmed and Javier Rodriguez’s Exiles continues […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses April 11th, 2018: Sorting Out the New Series’

We’re going to start this installment with a bit of housekeeping for those who, for whatever reason, follow my exploits here on Bleeding Cool. For those not interested, which is completely understandable, you can just start at the list below. I’ve been working on getting into a schedule–practically since I started on here about 10 […]