Joe Glass Archives
Joe Glass has been contributing to Bleeding Cool for about four years. He's been a roaming reporter at shows like SDCC and NYCC, and also has a keen LGBTQ focus, with his occasional LGBTQ focus articles, Tales from the Four Color Closet. He is also now Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent thanks to his obsession with Marvel's merry mutants.
Joe is also a comics creator, writer of LGBTQ superhero team series, The Pride, the first issue of which was one of the Top 25 ComiXology Submit Titles of 2014. He is also a co-writer on Stiffs, a horror comedy series set in South Wales about call centre workers who hunt the undead by night. One happens to be a monkey. Just because.
This was a curious one. Steven Universe is a hugely popular show with a very dedicated fan base, who are themselves pretty diverse. Much of this comes
Doomsday Clock #2 from DC Comics by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, and Brad Anderson comes out and continues the ongoing mystery of just what is the connection of the Watchmen world and the DC Universe — and what is Doctor Manhattan doing. Well, Johns may have added another wrinkle to this mystery with this issue.
Review of Eugenic #3 from BOOM! Studios by James Tynion IV, Eryk Donovan, Dee Cunniffe, and Jim Campbell, presenting us with a very real horror more horrifying than blood, guts and murder.
With today's X-Men Blue, we might just get a hint that it really is the case that absolutely no one likes the 'Jubilee is a vampire' character development.
Spider-Men II #5 comes out from Marvel today, and Brian Michael Bendis and guest artist, longtime collaborator Mark Bagley, mark a surprising return to the Marvel Universe in this issue.
The final issue of Spider-Men II answers the question of just where Miles Morales will end off, and it may cause a bit of surprise for some readers and fans of the teenage Spider-hero.
Break your heart with this emotional ballet performance inspired by Steven Universe, and the character Pearl's powerful song, It's Over, Isn't It?
DC have released a teaser trailer with a hidden link to a mysterious site that hold potentially spoilery hints for tomorrow's Doomsday Clock #2
DC Legends has confirmed a Super pair to start the new year with, coming to the mobile game January 2018 for players to recruit to their DC squads!
Review: Batman #37 from DC Comics by Tom King, Clay Mann, and Jordie Bellaire shows you can fill a Batman comic with comedy and friendship and it works perfectly well!
Comic book artist David Mack, creator of Kabuki and co-creator of deaf Marvel superhero Echo with Joe Quesada, has become the latest comic artist to make the foray into music videos. Mack lent his signature artistic style to the promo video for Dashboard Confessional's latest single, We Fight.
Bleeding Cool's Joe Glass looks at the swathe of cancellations in the Marvel March 2018 solicits and the disturbing commonality between the titles: all had diverse and representational characters and creators involved.
Review of Dark Nights: Metal #4 by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia, and Steve Wands as the story takes us diving in the dark.
The Mine! Anthology is a collection of stories in support of Planned Parenthood, delving into the services they provide, female empowerment, and more.
The Marvel March solicits continue their revelations, as we learn what will happen to at least two of Brian Michael Bendis's titles as he leaves for DC.
The Marvel March 2018 solicits raise questions about the future of their Star Wars titles, as Star Wars: Poe Dameron catches up with The Force Awakens.
Generation X appears to have met the chopping block, with February 2018's 87th issue being the last solicited issue in the series.
The latest March 2018 solicits from Marvel seem to suggest that Dan Slott's impressive run on the Amazing Spider-Man title is ending with the new arc.
Supergirl #19 will feature a major step-forward in diversity and representation with the introduction of a new non-binary character to the series.
Geoff Johns has revealed a slight change to the publishing plans for Doomsday Clock, while teasing a key location from the DC Universe popping up next issue
Taking a look at just how important the revelation of Rey's parentage in The Last Jedi is to the character and to the Star Wars series moving forward.
Review of Super Sons #11 from DC Comics by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Ryan Benjamin, Richard Friend, Gabe Eltaeb and Rob Leigh
Review of Superman #37 from DC Comics by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, and Rob Leigh, starting Super Sons of Tomorrow.
Review for Damage #1 from DC Comics by Tony S. Daniel, Robert Venditti, Danny Miki, Tomeu Morey, and Tom Napolitano, the first of DC's New Age of Heroes.
In a new series of young adult historical fiction novels coming in 2019, Asgardian God of Mischief Loki Laufeyson will be pansexual and gender fluid
Review of Judas #1 from BOOM! Studios by Jeff Loveness, Jakub Rebelka and Colin Bell, a gorgeous piece of art with intrigue to keep the reader hooked
Star Trek: Discovery may be different, but at its core, it still contains the heart and idealism that makes a classic Star Trek show.
A special night of comics art making for those based in Malmo, Sweden is coming up in January 2018, for all levels of comic artists.
Review of The Wicked + the Divine Christmas Annual #1 from Image Comics by Kieron Gillen and a cavalcade of artistic talent brings a hot gift for the fans
Review for Bingo Love by Tee Franklin, Jenn St-Onge, Joy San, and Cardinal Rae, coming out from Image next Valentine's Day — perfect for this book of love.