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Is Marvel Planting the Seeds for the Young Avengers?

If there is one thing that the Marvel universe absolutely cannot control, it’s the inevitable passage of time. Unlike the comic book characters that inspired them, or animated movies like The Incredibles, people in live action age and want to move on with their lives. One of the big hurdles that Marvel will have to […]

Exiles #1 cover by David Marquez and Matthew Wilson

Exiles #1 Review: A Bright, Colorful, and Exciting New Start

The Unseen (former Nick Fury) stands witness on the moon to an impending threat to the multiverse. A “Time-Eater” is consuming universes one-by-one and nears our Earth (616). Another Nick Fury delivers the Tallus to the moon before expiring. It summons Blink to the moon, and the Unseen explains the threat of the Time-Eater before […]

Hawkeye #16 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Hawkeye #16 Review: A Smart and Sincere Finale for the Hawkeyes

Hawkeye Kate Bishop and Hawkeye Clint Barton are cornered and entering their final confrontation with Eden Vale and Madame Masque. Things look bleak, but Kate has a few ideas that may be just bad enough to work. Alas, Hawkeye #16 is the final installment of Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero’s excellent take on the series. […]

America #12 cover by Joe Quinones

America #12 Review: A Photo Finish to a Unique and Endearing Series

America is intent on saving her homeworld of Fuertona from La Legion. To do so, she calls upon the power of the the star Uzum, which is a mass of glowing material lodged in Fuertona. With this, America hopes to defeat La Legion for good and save her grandmother, Madrimar. America #12 arrives at a photo finish […]



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National Coming Out Day: 5 Superheroes Who Came Out Of The Closet

Today is National Coming Out Day: a day of LGBTQ awareness and a celebration of the act of coming out — openly revealing your true romantic, sexual, or gender identity to friends and family. This can be done as a form of active resistance to the environment of silence and ignorance that leads to homophobia […]

Cover to America #8 by Joe Quinones

Marvel Legacy America #8 Review: Question Authority

America has returned home after learning her family history from her grandmother, Madrimar. Unfortunately, there have been some changes at Sotomayor University, among which is a new professor in charge of relations between the faculty and students. Things get a bit weirder from there and not in the good way, at least, not for America […]

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Why Marvel Needs To Make America Chavez A Goddess

I touched on this with my America #7 review, and, even then, I saw this spinning off into a full article. So here we go. To start, I just want to point out that America Chavez’s backstory is already very mythological in nature. It tells an ethereal tale of near-perfect worlds formed by goddesses in […]

America #7 Review: A Goddess For The New Age

America Chavez gets in touch with her roots, as he grandmother explains the origins of their home planet, her people, how they came to the Utopian Parallel, and her mothers. America is a character that I’ve liked quite a bit since her recent inception. I’ve yet to read Vengeance, and I’m just now going back […]

Marvel Generations: Hawkeye And Hawkeye, A Perfect Pairing

This one slipped past me somehow. I’m sad; this was the Generations one-shot I was most looking forward too, and I somehow missed it when the week it was released. In any case, Kate Bishop finds Clint Barton locked in a deadly competition of the best marksmen in the world. After convincing young Hawkeye to […]

Bleeding Cool Celebrates LGBTQ Creators For Pride Month

This Pride Month has seen a little bit of controversy in the world of comics, but it’s not all doom and gloom. Pride is a time for the LGBTQ community to stand for their rights, equality, and thoughtful representation, as well as a time to remember the struggles we’ve gone through to get here — […]

On This Day In Pop Culture History For February 9

Welcome to a new column here at Bleeding Cool, where we will be looking at important comics/film/tv/whatever is interesting facts for the date at hand! History is important, and we aim to educate here at Bleeding Cool. So, without further ado: Here are some things that have happened on February 9: 1870: US Army establishes US […]


Marvel Clears Out Omnibus Stock – Infinity Gauntlet To Young Avengers…

This is what is going to happen. Marvel are clearing out a bunch of Omnibuses from their warehouses. And are offering mad discounts to retailers to take them off their hands. Which means that the market is about to be flooded with these bricks of comics and readers may be able to pick up sweet […]



Young Avengers Wins GLAAD Award For Increased Visibility And Understanding Of LGBT Community

From the GLAAD Awards in Los Angeles, this weekend, reflecting the portraying of gay characters and gay themes in pop culture, Marvel scored a win. Outstanding Comic Book:  Young Avengers, written by Kieron Gillen (Marvel Comics) It was also drawn by Jamie McKelvie and Mike Norton with colorist Matthew Wilson and Clayton Cowles and a whole bunch of other folk […]

Bleeding Cosplay – From Shredder To Catbug

Each week Bleeding Cosplay Senior Cosplay Correspondent Ian Mageto features individuals who not only love cosplay, but also bleed it. If you would like to have your work featured please send a high resolution image to crazycozplay@gmail.com  as well as any social media links and photographer credit. Like these folks did. To see more of Ian’s cosplay coverage […]