Posts by Joe Glass

About Joe Glass

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.

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[SPOILERS] Star Wars: The Last Jedi – Is It All Over for Stormpilot?

One thing that many felt was noticeable about Star Wars: The Force Awakens was how there appeared to be a visible attraction between the two leading male heroes, Poe Dameron (Oscar Isaac) and Finn (John Boyega). The pair had clear chemistry (though it should be noted that Isaac is a veritable meth lab of chemistry, […]

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[SPOILERS] Star Wars: The Last Jedi – on the Importance of Rey's Parentage

Star Wars: The Last Jedi finally gives us an answer to a question that fans have been obsessing over since the character of Rey (Daisy Ridley) was introduced: just who are Rey's parents? The Last Jedi finally reveals who those people that left Rey on Jakku as a child were, and it adds and important […]

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Superman #37 Review: A Bold, Brash, Loud Start to Super Sons of Tomorrow Crossover

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Superman #37 from DC Comics by Peter J. Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, and Rob Leigh is the first part of the Super Sons of Tomorrow crossover mini-event between this title, Super Sons and Teen Titans. The issue is released on December 20th. It's a hell of an opening shot to […]

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Damage #1 Review: Something in this Gorgeous Book Could Prove Interesting

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Damage #1 from DC Comics by Tony S. Daniel, Robert Venditti, Danny Miki, Tomeu Morey, and Tom Napolitano will be the first release from DC's New Age of Heroes, coming out January 17th. To say that this title is just DC doing Marvel's Incredible Hulk would be ultimately reductive and unfair. Certainly, there's clear […]


Judas #1 Review: A Gorgeous New Book that is Mysterious and Intriguing

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Judas #1 from BOOM! Studios by Jeff Loveness, Jakub Rebelka and Colin Bell comes out this coming Wednesday, and tells the traditional tale of Judas Escariot, the Disciple who betrayed Jesus Christ, and expands upon it. Following Judas after his suicide, he finds himself in the cold plains of Hell. Immediately, the book […]

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Star Trek: Discovery Absolutely Earns Its Place in the Star Trek Continuity

Ever since it premiered, Star Trek: Discovery has received repeated criticisms and commentary asserting that it doesn't fit in with classic Star Trek continuity and ideology. They often try to point out that the show is darker, that it's all about war instead of peaceful exploration and people swear in it, among other observations. While […]

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Things to Do in Malmö, Sweden This January if You Like Comics

We've been contacted by about an upcoming comics event they are running in the New Year to get your new year off to a good start comic making wise, especially for aspiring comics artists. Taking place on Wednesday January 10th, 2018, they will be hosting a Comics Illustration Workshop, which naturally is much easier […]

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Bingo Love Review: A Sweet, Beautiful, Diverse, and Emotionally Complex Romance

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Bingo Love is a comic that was successfully Kickstarted by Tee Franklin — well, to say it was "successful" feels reductive. In truth, it was wildly successful, showing that a diversity of love, of age, of body representation, race, and oh so much more was exactly what a large audience was looking for. Created […]

Untethered #1

Untethered #1 Review: An Interesting Story with Plenty of Promise

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Untethered #1 is a independent small press comic from Umar Ditta, Elliot Balson, Mike Maynard, and Robin Jones that centres on the tale of a genie that has found itself bound to a drunken homeless man named Frank in Edinburgh. The premise itself is intriguing. The reason for the connection between the nameless genie […]

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The Tradd Moore Suicide Squad One-Shot Story We Never Saw

Late last night, comic artist Tradd Moore shared a new image on his Instagram page that revealed that we almost got a Suicide Squad story from the creator last year. The artist, whose work on action series Luther Strode over at Image Comics showed his incredible talent for balls-to-the-wall action sequences and creative comics storytelling, […]

Iceman #8

Iceman #8 Review: The X-Men Book with the Most Heart Continues

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Iceman #8 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg, and Joe Sabino continues the look at the adult Iceman's exploration of his new world as an out and proud gay man with a look at something every gay man (and in honesty, everyone) has had: an awkward family dinner. Of […]

Doctor Strange #382

Doctor Strange #382 Review: Absurd Drama and a Surprise Twist at Its Very Best

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Doctor Strange #382 from Marvel Comics by Donny Cates, Gabriel Hernandez Walta, Jordie Bellaire, and Cory Petit continues this brand-new arc with the travails of the former Sorcerer Supreme as he finds himself supplanted by Loki himself, and left working as a veterinarian whose new best friend is a talking dog named Bats. […]

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Batman #36 Review: The Dark Knight Does Meet-Cute and Friendship Well

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Batman #36 from DC Comics by Tom King, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Jordie Bellaire, and Clayton Cowles starts a new arc — one that actually makes for a fun jumping-on point for new readers, too. Exploring how Batman and Superman view their friendship, urged on with the news of Batman's engagement to Catwoman, […]

Rogue & Gambit

Rogue & Gambit #1 Review: The Classic Mutant Couple Tackles Romantic Comedy Adventure

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Rogue & Gambit #1 from Marvel Comics by Kelly Thompson and Pere Perez brings everyone's favourite mutant couple together again to tackle their troubled relationship along with the latest mutant crisis that requires the X-Men's attention. What Thompson and Perez bring in this issue is a really fun way to approach the story. […]

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DC Holiday Special 2017 Review: A Sweet, Colourful Christmas Annual, with a Few Dark Spots

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] This year's DC Holiday Special contains another collection of short, festive holiday-themed tales featuring an array of characters from across DC's Universe, told by some of the top creators from the publisher including Tom King, Shea Fontana, Denny O'Neill, Jeff Lemire, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Steve Epting, Phil Hester, Joshua Williamson, Neil Googe, Christopher Priest, […]

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The Exorcist Showrunner Jeremy Slater Ain't Got Time for Twitter Homophobes

Jeremy Slater, showrunner on Fox TV series The Exorcist, sequel to the 1973 horror movie classic of the same name, has taken a strong and unique approach to online backlash over a gay kiss in the series. Beware, minor spoilers for the series' second season follow. After a recent episode, The Exorcist received some criticism […]