Lucy discovered that Madame Dragonfly and Colonel Weird are behind the heroes being trapped in this small farm town. Meanwhile, Abe and the Barbalien have a heart-to-heart about their current situation and love lives. Barbalien tries to get Abe to just accept that things are going well. However, Golden Gail is about to make a […]
Electricomics, announced by press release in May of 2014, was an early arrival in the public eye, a project that had to be revealed to the media because an arts council funded research project with Alan Moore's name on the application simply couldn't be kept quiet for long. So unlike other research and development projects […]
By Rich Johnston, Hannah Means-Shannon, and Christine Marie Why 11? Building on our inaugural Bleeding Cool "best of" lists last year, we encourage you, dear readers, to dial it up to 11. It's no exaggeration to say that this has been an extreme year for the number of new and innovative comic series reaching readers […]
In a significant announcement landing this morning, (but which we hinted at yesterday from teases on social media), Alan Moore will be partnering with a team of creators and funding bodies to produce a digital comics app called Electricomics which will initially feature four original comics titles, and perhaps most surprisingly, an open-access platform for […]
When I got an e-mail last January while traveling in the UK from Cliff Galbraith, one of the co-founders of Asbury Park Comic Con asking me if I would be interested in hosting a panel with J.H. Williams III in April, it took me approximately three seconds to reply, and the first two seconds were […]
I had the good fortune of attending the very first Asbury Park Comicon. It was in a vintage bowling alley surrounded by little traces of the indie music scene, and the atmosphere couldn't have been cooler. But what was cooler was what happened next: the con was a strong success, generating plenty of buzz as […]
It's been a struggle this winter to make it to the shop on a regular basis with snowstorms well-timed for Wednesdays and general lurginess sweeping the world, it seems, but today it was time to find some true grit, if nothing else to see Sandman: Overture #2. But I've been catching up on the past […]
Well, boom! There are lots of new comics this week and quite a wide range too, from superhero comics to sci-fi, horror, and indie accents abounding. Maybe it's just me but the energy seems to be increasing as publishers head toward spring, and certainly there are a host of solicits out there clamoring for spring […]
Last week, I was snowed in and didn't make it to the comic shop on time; today I had to brush the snow off my car and eyed the roads for awhile, but I made it! So here's to actually getting to your comic shop on new comics day despite the polar vortex that is […]
New comics on New Years Eve? That's the craziest fucking thing I've ever heard, to quote Stephen Colbert, but is a very good kind of crazy, particularly since I'm finally in the right place at the right time to continue my column after holiday travels. But stay tuned for the strange, since I'll be in […]
Todd Klein has gotten to K on his series of alphabetical prints and where he teamed with artists for each of the previous ten, number eleven is all his. Might have to do with the last name of Klein. He blogs about it here, sells the print here. And You can find earlier prints here.
Todd Klein is releasing another print in his Alphabetical line, this time J, with Gene Ha. Joyride, inspired by The Chimæra as retold by Nathaniel Hawthorne. Todd runs the story here, displays the print (below) and sells it here. You can also find earlier prints here.
Todd Klein has created a number of prints that enable him to show off his lettering and design abilities, with some of the top comic book writers and artists in the world, including Alan Moore, Neil Gaiman and Alex Ross. Each print is also themed with mostly-successive letters of the alphabet. And now with Shaun […]
Todd Klein presents some of his lettering work from the upcoming League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Century: 1969 as well as some of the working practices of all parties on the series. So we have script excerpts for the following panels; NOW WE HAVE A SHOT THROUGH MINA'S EYES AS SHE STARTS TO MILDLY EXPERIENCE THE […]