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Satellite Sam Will Return From Fraction And Chaykin As A TV Western

One of the comic books I enjoyed the most the past year was Satellite Sam by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin, a procedural television show from the fifties embroiled in organised crime, murder and sexual depravity… At Heroes Con, it was announced that after the final issue, out soon, the series will continue in 2016 […]

Swipe File: Satellite Sam And A Photo We Found On The Internet

The cover to Satellite Sam #14 by Howard Chaykin…  And a photo of undetermined origin… In Swipe File we present two or more images that resemble each other to some degree. They may be homages, parodies, ironic appropriations, coincidences or works of the lightbox. We trust you, the reader, to make that judgment yourself? If […]

More Satellite Sam For Your $2.99, From Fraction And Chaykin

Matt Fraction has the end of his and Howard Chaykin's period masterpiece Satellite Sam in sight The home stretch of SATELLITE SAM lies under my shoes; with luck, I will finish this week. Most of the issues of "volume three" (subtitled something like 'Satellite Sam and the Limestone Caves of Fire') span more than twenty pages; […]

Satellite Sam And The Limestone Caves Of Fire In 2015

Back in January, Matt Fraction talked about the scope and future of Satellite Sam, his Image comic with Howard Chaykin.  "The Death of Satellite Sam," "Satellite Sam and the Snuff-Fuck Kinescope," and "Satellite Sam and the Limestone Caves of Fire." All together, those'll tell the story of Michael and Carlyle and the Le Monde Network […]

Satellite Sam's Tijuana Bible Not For British Eyes

British comic book retailers have been told by Diamond UK that the Satellite Sam Tijuana Bible incentive will not be available within these shores. Image Comics had previously announced that a fictional "Tijuana bible", based on the small press pornographic publications that lampooned cartoon figures, sports stars and actors from the twenties to the sixties, would […]

Thirty-Three Thoughts About Thirty-Three Comics – Young Avengers, Tom Strong, Nova, Secret Avengers, Now What?, Haunted Horror, Justice League Dark, Great Pacific, Satellite Sam, Sex Criminals, Uncanny Avengers, Pretty Deadly, Judge Dredd, Velvet, Infinity Hunt, Conan, Infinity Heist, Larfleez, Savage Wolverine, Rat Queens, Massive, Doctor Who, Rocketeer/Spirit, Samurai Jack, Mind MGMT, Kiss Me Satan, Zombie War, Fever Ridge, Dark Horse Presents, Vampirella, Army Of Darkness/Reanimator and Thunderbolts

Another week, a lovely load of comic books! The Gay Blade does seem to suit the long beard and hair in when talking to a created-by-Alan-Moore character in today's Tom Strong, doesn't he? Today's lesson. When fighting Nova, don't call his mother a cow. Simples. Don't worry new Inhuman-in-Secret-Avengers, there are worst places you could […]

Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – Infinity, Love Stories (To Die For), X-Factor, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, God Is Dead, Uber, Batman Black And White, X-Men Legacy, The Creeper, Satellite Sam, Sheltered, Chew, Witchblade, Baltimore, Garfield, Mouse Guard, Suicide Risk, Catalyst, Shadowman, Quantum & Woody, Hit, Deathmatch And The Star Wars

You know how Ultron's head got kicked off at the end of Age Of Ultron #10? I'm wondering if that hunt for Ultron's head in Brian Bendis' Moon Knight was meant to actually happen after Age Of Ultron… Sorry, I've had disembodied heads on the brain, as it were, today, thanks to this week's comics. […]

Fifteen Thoughts About Fifteen Comics – Superior Spider-Man, Iron Man, Cyberforce, Robocop, Burn The Ophanage, Satellite Sam, Sheltered, Trillium, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, Dial H, Hunger, The Movement, Action Comics, Detective Comics, Luther Strode

Time for another run through the week's comic books, in the most most popular weekly column at Bleeding Cool, X Thoughts About X. Every neighbourhood watch should have a Robocop. Maybe every neighbourhood watch will. Superior Spider-Man not only has minions, he calls them minions. He's becoming Despicable Spider-Me! Someone let Pixar know, this could […]

BC Mag #5: The Pull List

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by James Kuhoric Ahhh…summertime. As people roll out their grills for cookouts, vacations, and holidays, the comic world focuses on big screen blockbusters and major events at multiple publishers. It's convention season here in comics, and the creators are out in force peddling their wares to the faithful attendees at San […]

Repeat Review: Satellite Sam #1 by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin

REPEAT: This article ran last week, but the comic is out today (and available at Image Expo yesterday). We thought a repeat may be in order… With a book like this, it's tempting to conjure up a conversation. "Howard, what do you want to draw?" "Sharp suits from the nineteen fifties! Science-fiction! People smoking! Men […]

First Review: Satellite Sam #1 by Matt Fraction and Howard Chaykin

With a book like this, it's tempting to conjure up a conversation. "Howard, what do you want to draw?" "Sharp suits from the nineteen fifties! Science-fiction! People smoking! Men with jaws! Babes posing in lingerie! Crowd scenes! Metal staircases!" And then Matt Fraction went away and wrote Satellite Sam. It seems to perfectly play on […]

BC Mag #2: 2013 Hilights

Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Johnston Every new year brings out the brightest and the breeziest in comic books, creators, and publishers. Unfortunately, it also brings with it the most dull and repetitive. Bleeding Cool has a penchant for ferreting out the winners, the losers, and the award winningly mediocre books for you so […]