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A Better Look At Those New Marvel Cosplay Variants

Bleeding Cool gave you a brief look at some of these from the Women Of Marvel panel at San Diego Comic-Con. But here’s a better look at some new Cosplay Variant covers coming from Marvel Comics in October and November. There will be 15 in total, with these all shot by Judith Stephens.   A-Force […]


You Will Have A Better Chance Of Getting Into San Diego Comic-Con Next Year

We mentioned this in our 150 Thoughts article but it seems to have been picked up and clarified in a number of places. Consistent anecdotal evidence suggests that the number of people on the San Diego Comic-Con show floor this year was down. The same number of tickets had been sold, and sold out in […]

Donald Trump Will Appear In Attack On Titan Anthology

Everyone wants Donald Trump in their comics it seems. Including Kodansha, for their Western artists take on the Attack On Titan franchise in Attack On Titan Anthology, out later this year,   San Diego Comic-Con saw some of the creative names nailed down, including  stories and pin-ups from Kate Leth, Jeremy Lambert, Brendan Fletcher, Ronald […]

Greg Rucka And Nicola Scott’s Black Magick Gets A TV Deal – And An eBay Bump

Announced at San Diego Comic-Con, the magical realism comic book series Black Magick, noted for its innovative use of black-and-white painted artwork with splashes of specific colour to highlight the magical world, within the police procedural reality, has been optioned for a TV series. Groundswell Productions, the company behind films such as Milk, and the new Amazon […]

Every Overwatch Character To Get Their Own Comic?

  It was during New York Comic Con last year that Blizzard Entertainment announced a graphic novel based on the rather popular new superhero game. At San Diego Comic-Con, that was announced as coming from Dark Horse Comics in April 2017, a hundred-page-plus story in hardcover telling the story of the original Overwatch strike team. Dark […]

Numbercrunching Some Recent Comics Book Statistics

As gathered from San Diego Comic-Con and other places. A few statistical points in your graph. 425,000  – Including the upcoming second printing, Marvel Comics have sold this many copies of Civil War II #1. 200,000 – Spider-Man/Deadpool #1 with its seven printings has sold this many 245,000 – The first volume of The Wicked And […]

Wonder Woman And Sonic – The Rarest San Diego Comic-Con Variants Going For $50 Each

Peter S. Svensson writes for Bleeding Cool. Comic-Con! Home of the exclusive variants! Of artificial rarity that we fans lap up because we’re obsessed with having complete collections! Of people waiting in line to buy books they don’t care about, but know they can flip for good money on eBay. You’ve read about Stephen King‘s […]

Be A Financial Superhero, Even If You Aren’t Tony Stark Or Bruce Wayne, At San Diego Comic-Con

Hilton Collins writes, On Thursday afternoon, guests of the panel, Be a Financial Superhero, Even If You Aren’t Tony Stark or Bruce Wayne, offered advice on how creative people can handle the money side of artistic pursuits. Panelists included finance and business pros like Karen Martin (Force4Creatives, Art FORM), Sean Nisil (Sigdestad Financial), and Eric O’Connor (Land Home Financial […]

An Archie/Valiant Crossover?

Valiant Entertainment’s upcoming series Generation Zero has seen them comparing it to “Archie Meets Authority”. But, coming out of San Diego Comic-Con, I heard there may be something a little more literal in that regard. And an upcoming crossover between Archie Comics and Valiant Entertainment’s characters. Well they are New York’s two remaining comic book […]

A Lot More Than Pecs Being Drawn At San Diego Comic-Con

By Joe Glass Last night has an….interesting and colorful event associated with Comic Con International. At the PECS Bar in the Hillcrest area of San Diego, Prism Comics, a group that supports LGBTQ creators and comics, ran a Drink & Draw event at a busy San Diego gay bar. Walking in, the models are the […]

The Justice League Trailer Energizes DC Fans At San Diego Comic-Con

By Hilton Collins Sunday was an exciting day for DC Comics fans who visited the company’s booth on the exhibit floor at San Diego Comic-Con. The new trailers for Justice League, Wonder Woman, and Suicide Squad played on a screen there repeatedly as the hours went by, giving viewers plenty of opportunities to see footage […]


15 SDCC Exclusives That Some Ass Already Flipped On eBay For Over $300 Each

We already looked at some of the items people at San Diego Comic-Con had already flipped on eBay for exorbitant amounts, over $500. But there’s plenty of money still to be made in them thar Hollywood hills… here’s what people have been able to sell from $400 to $300… and Funko is ruling the roost. […]

Page Six One Six – Blind Items After San Diego Comic Con

Welcome to Page Six One Six, the occasional blind items column of Bleeding Cool. Stories taken from across the comic book industry, from publisher to publisher, creator to creator, where the names have been changed to protect the guilty. Stories told in the Hyatt roof bar or the Bayfront basement, from intern to colourist, to assistant editor… […]

150 Things We Learned At San Diego Comic-Con 2016, From Pokemon To Grindr

Thanks to Marilyn Weiss, Jeremy Konrad, Joshua Stone, Joe Glass, Erik Amaya, Mike Sangregorio, Kirk Staley , Anthony Desatio, Octavio Karbank, Hilton Collins, Alex Roberts, Janel Smith, Hugh Sheridan, Wil Romine, Peter Svensson and Daniel Celko… 150 things they learned at San Diego COmic-Con while reporting for Bleeding Cool. The off-site events are sucking traffic from […]

Bleeding Cool’s Swag Shots Of San Diego Comic-Con 2016

You know the drill. Get the swag you picked up San Diego Comic-Con. Lay it on your hotel bed. Take a photo. Let Bleeding Cool post it up! From the writers of Bleeding Cool at San Diego… Joe Glass Janel Smith Anthony Desiato Erik Amaya Kirk Staley Joshua Stone Joshua Stone again Jeremy Konrad Frazer […]