Alterna Comics has specialised in publishing comic books at the kind of price points that bigger comic book publishers seem to say are impossible to
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With just a few weeks left before the major property reboot movie Power Rangers is released, Bleeding Cool has been hearing the word about what fans can
Sayem Ahmed writes for Bleeding Cool after spending four hours with a recent build of Final Fantasy XV... To say that Final Fantasy XV has had a troubled
Chris Ahrnsbrak writes for Bleeding Cool from PAX South, When describing anything new, breaking it down into a single high concept isn't always easy. A
By Adam Cook Activision has announced that Black Ops 3 is the biggest entertainment launch of the year, having made $550 million in the first three days
By Adam Cook After a stellar line-up of games hitting Sony's PS4 last month, it's perhaps a surprise to see that the best selling digital game in their
By Adam Cook Critical hit This War of Mine from 11 bit studios)has been released on iOS and Android smartphones today. It's a game well worth considering,
By Adam Cook File this one under "kinda cool marketing-type things", but Microsoft has sent four YouTubers to Siberia for 48 hours in celebration of the
By Adam Cook Have you been a part of the Xbox One preview program, and experienced the multitude of dash-updates thanks to that new experience? I have,
By Adam Cook It may have been a while coming, but any finale of Game of Thrones is something that's going to grab attention, and the Telltale series comes
By Adam Cook Over on Ubisoft's official blog, it's revealed exactly what kind of PC you'll need to run the latest (and hopefully greatest) Rainbow Six
By Adam Cook Rather than announce the third (proper) game in the series (which, by the way, really should feature the characters from Telltale's Tales
By Adam Cook Just in case you've not had enough Fallout 4 already (you've been playing non-stop since release, right?), for $15.99 you can grab the
Adi Tantimedh writes, Another year, another Assassin’s Creed game, just like another Call of Duty game comes along at the same time, the two annual AAA
NYCC '15: LEGO Marvel's Avengers May Have 250 Playable Characters But Spider-Man Won't Be One Of Them
(Note: The original title stated that Daredevil wasn't going to be in the game. He in fact will be, but just not the Netflix version.) Madeline Ricchiuto
NYCC '15: Comixology: Ask Me Anything Panel Offers Advice On Getting Things Published And The Possibility Of Animated Comics
Sofia Annunziata writes for Bleeding Cool Though I was somewhat late for the Comixology: Ask Me Anything panel, I did manage to catch most of it and found
Madeline Ricchiuto writes for Bleeding Cool Square Enix trotted out some of their top games for demos at NYCC this year, with Hitman and Deus Ex taking
By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu When I signed up for the panel called Focus on Jim Lee, it was for two reasons. First, of course, is the professional one, to
Here are a boat load of photos of the cosplay elite from day one of San Diego Comic Con, showing off just a taste of the cosplay that is going around this
The Super-Dark, Super-Heavy Annihilator – Grant Morrison In The Bleeding Cool Interview At San Diego Comic Con
Annihilator, a six issue series by Grant Morrison and Frazer Irving, arrives from Legendary on September 3rd and that team up alone is a significant point
For a while, it was published that Brendon wrote this review. He didn't. He hasn't seen the film. This is by Patrick Dane.
Noel Clarke's new movie is The Anomaly, a British made, America-set sci-fi chase thriller. Here's the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K-8biU0JPCk
A chance for UK readers see this mouth-watering movie early and for free at a cinema near them on 23rd June.
Not only is José Padilha's reboot of Robocop (and I feel that reboot is more applicable than ever) on UK shelves today, it was also in the Bleeding Cool
The story of Gary Webb's most famous investigation is one that has always fascinated me. It chronicles the American Government's involvement in the mass introduction of crack cocaine into their own streets in order to help fund rebel Nicaraguan Contra war efforts.
I've always found Day of the Dead imagery fairly enticing. It is the perfect mix of simple and complex, garish and beautiful.
In celebration of 20 years of Dreamworks we were treated to something a little different in the Grand Theatre Lumiere in Cannes this week.
Oh, and a little on that post credit scene. MAJOR SPOILERS so stop reading before the last paragraph if you want to go in blind.
It pretty much looks like how you'd expect a CW version of the Flash to look.
This clips is the beginning of a pretty impressive set piece in X-Men: Days of Future Past that has some pretty grand implications in the grand scheme of things.