The Fox


The Trailer for The Fox #4 Is Here

The penultimate issue of the 5 part mini-series that revives and refigures the Silver Age pulp hero The Fox, from Red Circle/Archie Comics is coming February 5th, and the trailer teases plenty of the madness and artwork this Mark Waid/Dean Haspiel collaboration has been known for so far. The question looming is whether The Fox […]



Things to Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics

Wednesday, January 8th CAROUSEL: A Cartoon Slide Shows and Other Projected Pictures will be hosted by R. Sikoryak, featuring gag cartoons, graphic memoirs, live drawing, and more from: Jon Keith Brunelle, Sam Gross, John Kovaleski, Liza Donnelly, Roxanne Palmer, and Ariel Schrag with Valerie Schrag. It will be held at  7:30 pm at Dixon Place, 161A Chrystie Street (between […]

Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Comics of 2013

By Rich Johnston and Hannah Means-Shannon In case you haven't noticed, this is the first year in which Bleeding Cool has done "best of" lists, and there are many reasons for that. In the past, we've rightly acknowledged that to single out only a few comics for praise is to exclude others and with comics […]

Bleeding Cool's Best Comic Panels of 2013

This year, we asked our Bleeding Cool writers to contribute their picks for the Best Comic Panels of 2013, and the votes are in. From the serious and thought-provoking to the wild and raucous expressions comics are more than capable of, our writers selected the moments that defined the medium this year for them. The […]

From Dean Haspiel's Desk – Insider Images of The Fox #3 And ?

The Fox, featuring an updated Silver Age hero from Archie's Red Circle comics, has garnered some rave reviews and sold out in its first issue. Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel have put together a trippy story about a jaunt through the psychedelic world of magic spells and alien influences undertaken by a beleaguered hero who […]



Things To Do In New York This Week If You Like Comics

Monday December 2nd The sixty-ninth meeting of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium will be held on Monday, December 2, 2013 at 7:00 PM at Parsons The New School, 2 West 13th Street, in the Bark Room (off the lobby). The event is free and open to the public. Brian Dewan will present on his […]


Mark Waid Talks To Bleeding Cool About His Upcoming Legendary Book Shadow Walk

During his more than twenty-five years in the comics industry, Mark Waid has never been a slouch in terms of creativity. His output and varied projects seem to be fueled by some kind of internal combustion engine powered by an unknown element. From major DC titles to Marvel domination, and now, wide-ranging genre work like […]


What Does The Fox Say? – Dean Haspiel And Mark Waid Know

I've been a fan of the Red Circle characters from back when DC Comics launched its Impact imprint. The Mighty Crusaders, The Web, The Shield… all fun characters that harken back to the golden age of comics. So I was very curious when I got a link to the first issue of the new Red […]

Books That Found Me at NYCC – Afterlife With Archie, Amala's Blade, Roller Grrrls, Madefire Sketchbooks, Magic Words, Dogs of War, Forces of Nature, The New Crusaders and The Fox, Disenchanted

New York Comic Con is an intense wave of crazy that crashes over everyone who attends, but even more so for those who scurry around covering panels and attempting to do interviews in loud surroundings with barely functioning audio recorders. I knew going into it that I would be unlikely to pick up many comics, […]




Trailer: Mark Waid And Dean Haspiel's The Fox

321 views and two thumbs up in eleven days for this trailer for Mark Waid and Dean Haspiel's revival of The Fox for Archie Comics? That's clearly not enough… come on Little Bleeders, lets get that number up a little, it looks great! [youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HJTpa4EA7Pc[/youtube] And a preview of the first issue below…

Freakmagnets and Criminal Indictments—Archie Comics at Baltimore Comic Con

Archie Comics has been called one of the most progressive comics publishers around for some time now, particularly since the 2006 introduction of gay character Kevin Keller to the Archie universe. Several soon-to-be-released series like Afterlife with Archie and The Fox suggest that Archie Comics doesn't shy away from shifting its public image these days […]