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NECA Reveals NYCC Pre-Sale Details for Joker/ Predator Two-Packs

NECA Reveals NYCC Pre-Sale Details for Joker/ Predator Two-Packs

NECA has officially released details regarding their upcoming NYCC Exclusive Online drops. With 2 two-pack figures dropping this year. We get the Joker Alien with Batman and then the Sinestro Predator with Green Lantern, I know I am looking forward to this drop to snag them both up. For starters, you can only get both […]

Sinestro Year of the Villain #1

Has Sinestro Met His Match Sinestro Year of the Villain #1

Each week, DC Comics sends out EX-X-XCLUSIVE previews of its new comics to media partner websites, part of the sacred covenant between publishers and press wherein publishers provide the content that drives the clicks that make the advertising revenue and press provides the promotion of the publisher’s products. Bleeding Cool, sadly, is not on the […]

DC Collectibles January 2020 Solicitations: Batman, Batwoman, and More

DC Collectibles January 2020 Solicitations: Batman, Batwoman, and More

DC Collectibles have revealed their solicitations for product that will ship in January, including a new CW-style Batwoman statue, new Essentials figures, two new Batman statues, and the Catwoman part of their latest diorama statue series. Check it all out below! DCTV BATWOMAN: BATWOMAN STATUE  sculpted by JAMES MARSANO A new symbol of hope is […]


Justice League #7 cover by Jim Cheung, Walden Wong, and Mark Morales

Justice League #7 Advance Review: An Absolute Blast

Hawkgirl has ambushed Lex Luthor before he could reach the Totality. Meanwhile, John Stewart stands alone between Sinestro and the Earth. Sinestro’s Ultraviolet Corps and Umbrax are on the brink of consuming the planet…or destroying it. Superman hopes to hold Umbrax back, but he’s not at full power. The Flash attempts to tap into the […]

Justice League #6 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #6 Advance Review: The League Rallies, Doom Reigns

The Totality is within the grasp of Lex Luthor and the Joker. Batman and Hawkgirl make a last rally to stop the two rogues, but Batman, Superman, and Martian Manhunter are sent back to the Hall of Justice with Hawkgirl now missing. Umbrax and Sinestro are close to indoctrinating all the Earth into the Invisible […]

Justice League #5 cover by Doug Mahnke, Jaime Mendoza, and Wil Quintana

Justice League #5 Review: Enter the Legion of Doom

Lex Luthor has just reached the Totality by controlling the body of Superman, but we jump back to right after the Justice League defeated the Omega Titans (Justice League: No Justice). He is unsure of his next move given the discoveries of the mission. He takes a trip to the future to learn what becomes […]

Justice League #4 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #4 Review: Upping the Stakes Even Further

We are given a glimpse of Gorilla Grodd’s childhood as Joker and Lex Luthor make their move on Hawkgirl and Batman respectively. With Kendra and Bruce out of the way, Joker and Luthor will be able to take over the bodies of Martian Manhunter and Superman. Sinestro easily overtakes Green Lantern John Stewart and Cyborg. […]

Justice League #3 cover by Phil Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #3 Review: Before a Living Galaxy

Green Lantern John Stewart is under the influence of a strange new power called the Invisible Spectrum. He now uses Ultraviolet energy, granted by Sinestro. Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman must stop their friend if they are to survive. Meanwhile, Superman and Martian Manhunter, accompanied by shrunken-down Batman and Hawkgirl, move closer to the […]

Justice League #2 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Advance Review: Justice League #2 – Following Up on the Titanic Premiere

The Totality has landed on Earth, and it’s causing disruptions across the world. The Justice League are trying to keep its presence secret until they can discern what it is, but the truth is still spreading. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor and his Legion of Doom begin to scheme. The mystery of the Totality is the prime […]

Justice League: No Justice #2 cover by Francis Manapul

Justice League: No Justice #2 Advance Review: Frantic, Action-Packed Fun

Amanda Waller is on her own quest to save the world from the Omega Titans when she is interrupted by none other than Green Arrow. On Colu, the Justice League gathered by Brainiac try to decide what their next move is. They consider splitting into their own team, but Martian Manhunter and Lex Luthor convince […]

DC Legion of Collectors Green Lantern Funko Box

Unboxing the DC Legion of Collectors Green Lantern Funko Box

Always leave them wanting more. For what may in fact be the final DC Legion of Collectors Funko box, they gave us the best one that they have done. The Green Lantern-themed box is one that fans and subscribers wanted almost from the start, and anyone who picked this one should be more than happy […]

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Brian Michael Bendis’s List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman […]

Hal Jordan and the GL Corps #30 cover by Ethan Van Sciver and Jason Wright

Hal Jordan And The GL Corps #30 Review: Super-Nestro

A major threat has arisen on Earth, and it requires the Green Lantern Corps’ best: Hal Jordan. Superman has had a run-in with Sinestro and Parallax on the Antimatter Planet Qward (which actually took place in Superman #30, which I reviewed!), and he thinks Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps should investigate. Things may […]

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Superman #30 Review: Another Reason The Sinestro Comic Should Come Back

Thal Sinestro is the greatest DC Comics villain. I want to make sure you all are aware of that. This issue of Superman finds the Man of Steel possessed by the Yellow Avatar Parallax and on the verge of snapping Sinestro’s neck. The two are brought to Qward, a planet in the Antimatter Universe, by […]

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No, Ethan Van Sciver Is Not A Nazi

Comic book writer/artist Ethan Van Sciver, currently working on Hal Jordan & The Green Lantern Corps, posted a long, passionate plea to Facebook stating that, no, he is not a Nazi nor a white nationalist. Not the kind of thing many people have to post, but this is the internet. He wrote: “There are strange people on […]


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It’s OK That There Won’t Be Another Gwen Stacy Moment

I recently wrote an article about the possibility of there being another all-encompassing, dramatic moment in comic books like “The Night Gwen Stacy Died”. I ended up saying, no, I don’t believe that there could be another Gwen Stacy moment. It’d be spoiled beforehand, death isn’t permanent enough in mainstream superhero comics to really have […]

Rebirth Recap: Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps Rebirth

Robert Venditti’s start on Green Lantern was bumpy to say the least. Taking over after the now-architect of much of modern DC Comics and legendary Green Lantern scribe Geoff Johns would be an intimidating prospect for just about any comic book writer. The fact that Johns finished his run on GL with back-to-back crossovers that […]

Swipe File: Sinestro And Hitler

Sinestro has always had a certain reputation. And a certain look about him. But Ethan Van Sciver‘s sketchbook from 2007 may take it a little further…Compared to this…Thanks to Chris Burnham for pulling his copy out of the stacks. Of the sketchbook, that is. If you told me about this I would have called you […]