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Thomas Cook Collapse Strands The Pride Creator Joe Glass Before New York Comic Con

Thomas Cook Collapse Strands The Pride Creator Joe Glass Before New York Comic Con

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LGBTQ+ Superhero Comic The Pride Returns to Kickstarter Featuring Guest Writer Sina Grace

The Pride Adventures #5 has launched on Kickstarter, the latest from writer/creator and former Bleeding Cool contributor Joe Glass, and the first collection of new stories with The Pride characters since The Pride and The Pride Adventures were collected in Hardcover back in 2016. The issue features a story by guest-writer Sina Grace, of Iceman fame. […]

MCM London Comic Con – The View From The Comic Village

The weekend just gone saw the MCM London Comic Con event at the Excel Exhibition Centre in the London Docklands. The largest comic con on the UK calendar, and reportedly even one of the largest in the English speaking world, MCM London can be a very promising prospective for the many indie creators on the […]

The Pride Releases a Call for Artists

As anyone who reads my articles here at Bleeding Cool is probably aware, I am also a comic creator, writing LGBTQ superhero team series, The Pride. The Pride recently enjoyed a massively successful Kickstarter to fund a collection of the first volume of stories, and the first issue was one of ComiXology Submit's Top 25 […]

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Doing New York Comic Con With Pride

By Joe Glass For those who pay attention to such things and realise that Rich doesn't write every article on this site, you might know that I've been reporting for Bleeding Cool from SDCC and NYCC events for the last few years. I am going out again this year. But with a bit of a […]

The Pride Ends At Thought Bubble Next Week

By Joe Glass Anyone who's been reading any of my articles on here probably knows that I also make a couple comics of my own. My first comics, I've struggled, enjoyed and learned so much while making them. All of that is coming to an end with the upcoming Thought Bubble Comics Festival next weekend. […]

Equality For All In All Walks Of Life – Catching Up On The Pride So Far

By Olly MacNamee Having successfully Kickstarted this dream project and with the first four issues of a planned 6 issue initial run under his belt, writer and BC contributor Joe Glass can look back over his shoulder and be proud (pun intended) of what he has already achieved with his mini-series, The Pride. This series […]

Tales From The Four Colour Closet: Pushing #ComicsForward

By Joe Glass By now, I'm sure you've all read or at least heard about BOOM! Studios CEO and Founder Ross Richie's statement on the state of the comics industry and its future, with the initiative and discussion point Push #ComicsForward. It's certainly got a lot of the comics industry fired up, you just have […]

Tales From The Four-Color Closet: Thoughtbubble On LGBTQ

By Joe Glass A little while ago, I wrote one of my Tales from the Four-Color Closet about the large number of LGBTQ representation and panels at SDCC, and how it seemed there was nowhere near as much, if any, in the UK cons. Well, it would seem that someone agreed with me and has […]

Comics for Your Indie Cred: The Pride #3 On ComiXology Today

Junior New York Correspondent Liz Hey writes: Let's start by just addressing facts: The Pride is the comic you know you should already be reading. You've been thinking this ever since reading Bleeding Cool's past reviews when Issues #1 and #2 came out. It's the kind of progressive style smothered in just-kitschy-enough humor that you'd […]

Raising Money for Comics – Funding your Dream Projects With A Pinch Of Salt

By Joe Glass These days, there are increasingly more and more ways to raise money for the production of comics and related merchandise. The most common, which a great many creators, both big and small, use are the various crowdfunding sites. Kickstarter, Indiegogo, Crowdfunder, to name but a few; each offers its own features and […]

Tackling Gay Superheroes Straight In The Pride – Out Today On ComiXology

As Joseph Glass's The Pride #1 launches today on Comixology, Bleeding Cool's Tom Huxley (who used to be known as Tom Huxley until Rich had his name changed by deed poll) takes a look during his time at the London Super Comic Con: Gay superhero comics. You may think you've seen it all before. Groundbreaking […]