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Paramount Network To Bring Image Comics Spy Series ‘Velvet’ To TV

With an opening on its inaugural programming schedule due to the cancellation of The Mist after one season, the Paramount Network (formerly Spike TV) is looking to Image Comics spy series Velvet as their very first original scripted drama. Kyle Killen (Awake, Lone Star) has been tapped to adapt the 15-issue comic book series, from the creative […]

‘Be A Fearless Writer’ – Spotlight On Ed Brubaker At WonderCon ’15

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent A couple of years ago, I came across Ed Brubaker when I asked one of my comic book retailer friends what should I be reading. He mentioned Saga, Mind MGMT and Ed Brubaker’s Fatale, which was around issue 10 by the time I started reading the series. […]

Comics That Are (Hopefully) Worth Waiting For – Multiversity To Hawkeye

An occasional look at lateness, comics that are on the schedule to be published but maybe a little later than we might have thought… and when we might expect them. The Wonder Woman Annual #1 by Meredith and David Finch and more, intended to come out in March will now be resolicited to come out […]

Image Comics Launches 35% Discount Subscription Service

Marvel does theirs through Midtown Comics. You can get good deals on DC Comics through eBates and Magazine.com Now Image Comics is launching Image Direct, year-long print subscriptions for its line of comic books. In a press release exclusively given to CBR (is that how press releases work these days?) Image Direct will allow subscribing readers to receive […]




31 Thoughts About 31 Comics – The Walking Dead, Death Of Wolverine, MPH, Batman Eternal, Ms Marvel, Caliban, Constantine, Death Vigil, Velvet, Copperhead, Regular Show, Amazing Spider-Man, Spread, Edge Of Spider-Verse,Thomas Alsop, Rot & Ruin, Suicide Risk, Avengers, Inhuman, Hawkeye, Magneto, Black Market, My Little Pony, Cyanide And Happiness, GI Joe, Hexed, Judge Dredd, Transformers, Teen Dog, TMNT and Wilds End

Today is a day for shagging and smoking. Or smoking and shagging. According to Constantine: Futures End… And Velvet…. still, there’s more to life in this week’s comics. And anyway, some prefer DIY… Caliban #6 knows its value, even if it’s a little shy. The Regular Show original graphic novel, teaches the kids the value […]


Talking Comics – Discussing This Week’s Upcoming Titles From Batman And Robin To Ragnarok, Supreme, Doctor Who, Velvet, Afterlife With Archie And More!

By Randy Young and Chris Hunter Bleeding Cool welcomes the return of Talking Comics, from Excalibur Comics, Cards, and Games in Shreveport, Louisiana, to discuss this week’s upcoming books, speculating about where they are headed, and discuss their favorite storylines. Hosts Randy Young and Chris Hunter say: Hello, everyone! Thanks for watching this week’s video! […]

Orbiting Around Saga, Velvet, Invincible, Elektra, And More Plus Malibu Shark Attack

[audio:http://www.orbitalcomics.com/images/blog/The-Orbiting-Pod-Episode-152.mp3] Bleeding Cool welcomes back The Orbiting Pod, the podcast of Orbital Comics in London. They say: Welcome to Episode 152 of The Orbiting Pod! This week, we play dress up with Saga #19, splash around with Velvet #5, cross the line with Invincible #111, test the speedometer with MPH #1, discover you only live […]

Women In Comics Month Finale – Talking With Neo Edmund About Dropping The Cliches

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent I have a confession to make: the portrayal of women is not usually at the forefront of my mind when I’m reading comics, graphic novels or watching other popular forms of culture. However, as I prepared for a presentation on Ed Brubaker’s Velvet for last month’s […]


Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show – From Magneto To The Walking Dead

[youtube]http://youtu.be/LGzi7dc9A3c[/youtube]   Maxx’s Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns from Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico, hosted by Maxx MacLennan. They take on a huge range of comics this week, including trade deluxe editions and omnibus editions–kudos for including those, guys! Books covered in this episode are: Marvel Comics: Magneto #1 BOOM! Studios: Evil […]



Jupiter’s Legacy Slips From October To January, But Tops Advance Reorder Chart

Greetings from the coal face of the direct comics market. Where retailers try to increase their orders of certain comics ahead of sale. Where supply and demand and most accurately reflected, where you can see which books are hot, where new orders are coming in and how retailers are reacting to new, unanticipated desire! Jupiter’s […]


Thirty Thoughts About Thirty Comics – Iron Man, Earth 2, Superior Spider-Man, Bionic Man, Batman/Superman, X-Men Legacy, Batwing, Green Arrow, Phantom Stranger, Fearless Defenders, Detective Comics, Elephantmen, Khan, Spawn, Burn The Orphanage, Happy Kitty, Judge Dredd, The Revenger, Velvet, Carbon Grey, Great Pacific, Guardians Of The Galaxy, Secret Avengers, Think Tank, Doctor Who, Black Bat, Deadworld, Dinosaurs Attack, Transformers And TMNT Shredder (UPDATE)

Like we said earlier today, everyone loves a drone. I’m starting to wonder why all the Iron Men suits still need to be man-shaped though. As subterfuge? To present a human face to mass destruction? Ego? Or maybe just so Superman won’t just keep going through you? Oh Lois, what are you, a sitcom character? […]

A Comic Show – From Inhumanity To Pet Apocalypse

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mlBke5kVHE8[/youtube] Aaron Haaland of A Comic Shop in Orlando, Florida writes; Hey Fandom! It’s another week of new comics now! We have Inhumanity and Superior Venom from Marvel, Rover Red Charlie from Avatar, Ghosted and Velvet from Image, and some great Pak Superman from DC. First up Ennis’ Rover Red Charlie was the most fun […]