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Celebrating the Ultraverse: 25th Anniversary Panel at SDCC

Words and Photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: Friday night saw a panel that took a look back at the origins of Malibu Comics’ Ultraverse, from its comics and creators to the effect it had on the industry. It was moderated by author JC Vaughn and included various alum as panelists: Publisher Dave Olbrich; Editor-in-Chief Chris […]

Terry Dodson Adds Original Art to the Bettie Page Statue Kickstarter

Terry Dodson is really getting behind the recent Bettie Page statue Kickstarter by offering up to do original artwork for fans who support the campaign. Their are now four different tiers that include original art by the fan-favorite artist ranging from a simple profile sketch up to an ink & grey-tone sketch. You can see samples […]

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Terry Dodson Talks Bettie Page, His Comic Cover, and the Statue

Dynamite Entertainment has recently unveiled a new Kickstarter campaign for a statue based on the iconic ’50s pin-up model Bettie Page. The company began publishing a Bettie Page comic series last July that was being written by David Avallone and drawn by Colton Worley. The first issue of the series had a variety of covers including […]

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Read Bettie Page #1 as Dynamite Promotes a Terry Dodson-Inspired Statue

Dynamite Entertainment has sent us the first issue of their Bettie Page comics series to help promote their latest Kickstarter campaign for a new statue of the iconic beauty. Fans of the legendary pin-up model will be able to choose from one of three versions of a new statue based on the work of artist Terry […]

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Dynamite Unveils New Bettie Page Statue Inspired by Terry Dodson

Dynamite Entertainment has announced a new Kickstarter campaign celebrating the iconic beauty, Bettie Page. Fans of the legendary pin-up model will be able to choose from one of three versions of a new statue based on the work of artist Terry Dodson. The Dynamite “Terry Dodson Bettie Page Statue” Kickstarter campaign is live now, and can […]

X-Men: Bland Design – All Good Things Must End, Like Generation X #87

Welcome to X-Men: Bland Design, the weekly multi-part recap column that answers the question: “What if Ed Piskor had no art skills, a juvenile sense of humor, and less classic material to work with?” This week there are five regular-priced X-Books on the stands, which will run you a total of twenty bucks to buy and, thanks to modern comic book […]

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Read Bettie Page #1 Free from Dynamite’s 2017 Blockbuster Holiday Bundle

Dynamite is doing a special 2017 Blockbuster Holiday bundle with Groupees that has multiple tiers to entice readers. It starts with a free level that has five digital comics including the one below, but where it’s low res here, the one in the bundle is high res. As the tiers go up, the bundle adds […]




Generation X Reunions In ResurrXion

Yesterday saw a new X-Position chat over at CBR, where the site gets to chat with Marvel, eXclusively, about the X-Men books. This particular instalment is part one in a chat with the X-Editors, Mark Paniccia, Daniel Ketchum and Christina Harrinton, about what we can expect in the upcoming ResurrXion of the line, as the […]

Barzinga Episode 2: Batbeer!

In today’s episode, BL and Henn talk about the CGC Signature Series, the best way to preserve your signed comics and magazines. Today’s question is: List everyone who has ever been Batgirl in the comic series (all 70+ years of it)! Hint: Barbara Gordon isn’t the only one to wear that cowl. If you’re not […]

One In The Chamber – A Generation X Fan’s Reaction Across The Decades

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool’s Senior Mutant Correspondent  I’ll start this with an important fact that may explain something about Generation X and what it means to me. Generation X was the first comic book that I ever bought and, eventually, seriously collected. Generation X, to this day, is the reason I a) fell in […]

Terry Dodson And Jae Lee Retailer Exclusive Covers

We’ve got two new retailer exclusive covers to share today. First up is the new Suicide Squad #1 cover by Terry Dodson and then All-Star Batman #1 cover by Jae Lee. Both issues are being offered by Dynamic Force. You can get the All-Star Batman issue here. You have two options on the Suicide Squad […]

The First 10 Pages Of Terry Dodson’s Red Skin Volume 2

Courtesy of Euro Invasion, Glenat BD and Red One, A preview in French of Terry Dodson and Xavier Dorison‘s second volume of Red One, published first by Éditions Glénat BD in an oversized hardcover format and then serialised in English from Image Comics. Le plus grand super-héros américain… est une espionne russe ! Le Charpentier s’est révélé beaucoup plus […]

Custom Delayed Art Of Witchblade 20th Ann Hardcover In Stores This Week

We have word from Top Cow that the delayed Witchblade hardcover art book celebrating the characters 20th anniversary will finally be hitting stores this week. It was delayed by customs even thought the company had some copies in their hands all the way back in September. There are only 1,000 copies total and it will […]

DC Comics Designer Series – Page To Product

DC Comics has a new line of toys based on the art from the comics. It’s called the Designer Series and they recently released some images that show the process from the original comic art to the completed toy. Here we get to see what they did with pieces from Greg Capullo, Jae Lee and […]

The People Behind Darth Vader, Spider-Gwen And Princess Leia Comics At ECCC

Ian Melton went to ECCC for Bleeding Cool where he learnt a few things from a few comic book creators, mostly of a Marvel bent… Kieron Gillen would not let any spoilers loose for Darth Vader, but commented that creating hot new Star Wars character Doctor Aphra came from a source most expect.  “At the […]

Is Red One’s Terry Dodson A Cold War Spy? Read This Interview To Find Out

This past Wednesday saw the release of Red One by Xavier Dorison, Terry Dodson and Rachel Dodson, a 70s Cold War comic that’s been in the making for several years. The comic follows a Soviet Agent named Vera Yelnikov who infiltrates America’s heart as heroine Alabama Jones, whose mission is to make Russians look sympathetic […]