Review: Long Lost #5 is a must-have in the series, offering one reveal after the other. Something big is coming, and #5 feels like a stepping stone towards it.
Lacey is the jerk who talks during Marvel movies and screams about comic books in her spare time. She's a cosplayer and all around nerd with a love of all things Hulk. Her hobbies include being incredibly anxious and staring into the void.
The cosplay community is full of incredible people. It's a group built up by seriously hardworking, talented individuals. Few encapsulate this as much as the focus of our spotlight today: TaLynn Kel.
Here at BC, we get the opportunity to do a lot of cool things — from reading the latest comics to interviewing our favorite cosplayers. The latter is what I get the pleasure of doing today with Corey Morgan, aka Straight Outta Cosplay.
February is coming to an end, but this month has shone a bright light on some incredibly talented cosplayers! One of these is Cree Michelle Rogers, aka Brown Suga Outlaw of the UsualRangers5.
Continuing on with our Cosplay Spotlights for this month, inspired by the fantastic #28DaysofBlackCosplay, we have two more fantastic artists! Check out Hey Jay Cosplay and The Food Chain.
Inspired by the always incredible #28DaysofBlackCosplay, Bleeding Cool is taking this opportunity to show off some of our favorite cosplayers! This time we have Steel Lotus Design Studios and Stars and Stripes Cosplay.
The focus of our Cosplay Spotlight today is Stardust Megu! One of the nicest cosplayers I've had the pleasure to work with, Megu is not only a talented cosplayer, but also an upbeat, body positive, and optimistic delight of a person.
Wayward Sisters is a collection celebrating the stories of female and non-binary monsters through various adventures that range from beauty pageants to violent vengeance.
Our previous article on cosplayer Erik Harris — AKA Casual Assassin Cosplay — was met with a ton of positive reactions! Springing forth from that, we turn our attention to two more fantastic cosplayers: Cryptic Cyborg and Sanura Cosplay.
In this preview of Long Lost #4, we continue our journey with sisters Piper and Frances, learning more about family, history, and their home of Hazel
With Black History Month bringing back in the incredible hashtag #28DaysofBlackCosplay, we here at Bleeding Cool are taking the time to highlight some of our favorite cosplayers! Starting us off we have Erik Slade Harris, AKA Casual Assassin Cosplay.
Review: Overall, Sideways #1 isn’t exactly groundbreaking, but it obviously has a solid direction in mind. Where the story goes will hopefully be a little more entertaining.
Review: For a book where 90% of the cast wears a mask, Bonehead #2 manages a lot fluidity and interest. I’ll be keeping my eye out for issue #3.
Fun.com, home to a variety of great, nerdy products, is expanding their repertoire with a variety of business-appropriate, geek-chic clothing for women.
Review: Whether an artist, musician, or someone merely interested in the universe, anyone looking for a tightly woven, emotional journey should look no further than Godshaper.
Another month brings another review of Long Lost. I’ve talked at length about how much I enjoy this series: so how does issue #3 stack up?
Purgatory is a popular subject in books, movies, and TV. In Limbo Lounge, author and artist Dave Calver brings his quirky take on the topic to comics.
Review: It's not often that a comic book offers up what seems like true, impossible hopelessness — at least, not at the scale that The Shadow/Batman #4 brings to the table.
Review: For being a backstory issue focused on the characters of an already fantastic book, Secret Weapons #0 holds its own.
Pestilence is a story that steadily grows better. It hooks you in quickly and leaves you eager to turn the page. If you're a fan of zombies or Tieri's previous works, then this collection is for you.
Bonehead #1: In a futuristic city, roaming gangs nicknamed “Boneheads” use specialized gear to circumvent the law and traverse the world all in the name of adrenaline and recognition. But is it a good read?
Issue #2 of the ongoing Jem anthology — Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions — is out and bringing another pair of stories for any eager Jem fan.
This month, we're taking a look at the two patterns sent to us: “Carpathia” and Becka Noel's “Calista Knight I”, both in the Cosplay by McCall's series.
Review: This comic's forte is subtle, creeping horror, and Long Lost #2 takes quiet, everyday scenes and spins them into something captivating.
Review: Jem and the Holograms: Dimensions #1 spells more good things for the universe with a dynamic yet cohesive anthology issue.
Review: Given the hit-and-miss TV show, I was reluctant to dive into Powerpuff Girls: The Bureau of Bad. But what I found left me pleasantly surprised.
Despite our mysterious man back in costume and Worthy's continued storyline, The Shadow Vol. 3 #4 doesn't feel like a particularly exciting issue.
With its pulp novel feel and its use of subdued, yet powerful twists, Minky Woodcock is a standout in the large amount of Houdini material available.
After nearly a year of rumors and hype, the long-awaited Sweet Valley High graphic novel is now available for preorder with a release date: April 3rd, 2018.
Given the shift from a fighting-centered comic to one of strategy and intrigue, The Shadow/Batman #2 is headed down the path of a fantastic book.