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Legends Create Colouring Book For ComicBooks For Kids

ComicBooks For Kids! has created a new colouring book using bith established comic book creators and new talent, as well as biographies for the artists featured within, a first for colouring books. Titled Legends Vol 1, this volume includes previously published art, new art or unseen-until-now art from the likes of John Bolton, Gary Gianni, […]

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Super7 Puts New Conan, Masters of the Universe Film Figures Up For Order

Super7 has two new huge preorders available right now, with their stab at a 70’s Conan figure and their new William Stout Collection of Masters of the Universe movie figures. Conan is based off his look from the Marvel Comics of old, and his packaging will reflect that. He will also come with a spear, […]

William Stout: A Career To Envy

The first panel of SDCC 2017 for me was Dinosaurs, Monsters, Movies, and The Blues: Worlds of William Stout, and for my taste it couldn’t have been a better first panel. This is William Stout’s 48th San Diego Comic Con, which means he has been to every single one and whether you know it or […]

Things To Do In L.A. This Weekend If You Like Comics And Comedians

In Brubank, California there is a horror bookstore called Dark Delicacies that has hosted many of signings from Clive Barker to Steve Niles and everything in between. This weekend they have two signings that may be of interest to you. First up at 2 P.M. PST today is comedian and actor Patton Oswalt signing his […]

Video: The Making Of Masters Of The Universe

Electric Boogaloo: The Wild, Untold Story of Cannon Films tells the tale of Israeli fillmmaking duo Menahem Golan and Yoram Globus. In the 1980s, they ran Cannon Films, producers of such schlockly classics as Over the Top, The Apple and Missing in Action. I’ll probably talk more about the documentary closer to its release on […]

Monster Mash Ups And Pop Culture Crossover King: Artist Mike Vasquez Talks Shop

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Correspondent If you live in SoCal and attending one of the many cons throughout the year, it is likely you have seen Mike Vasquez’s booth filled with impressive images of crossover monsters that he likes to “mash up” into brand new characters. However, he has and does work with several […]

Things To Do On The West Coast In November If You Like Comics

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent With the leaves changing color and the clocks now set back an hour, the mad schedule of cons throughout the year is slowing down as we near the end of the year. Con organizes are retreating to their back rooms so they can make plans for […]

Flesk Publications Exposed SDCC 2013 Panel

Joshua Stone writes for Bleeding Cool:  Flesk was one of the most enjoyable panels I attended at the 2012 SDCC, relive it here, so I was really pleased to be able cover it again this year. The panel consisted of comic greats Mark Schultz – Xenozoic; William Stout – Legends of Blues; Terry Dodsen – Red […]

William Stout Interview At The Long Beach Comic Con, Part Two

Kyle Fukumoto writes for Bleeding Cool This continues the interview with artist William Stout conducted at the Long Beach Comic Con (to read Part One, click here). Stout has a long list of movie credits. He worked as a character designer on Disney’s animated film, Dinosaur, in 2000. Stout was the creature designer for Frank […]