In June, Mirka Andolfo is writing (and contributing covers) a new series from Dynamite, starring screen legend Bettie Page.
Rich Johnston Archives
Founder of Bleeding Cool. The longest-serving digital news reporter in the world, since 1992. Author of The Flying Friar, Holed Up, The Avengefuls, Doctor Who: Room With A Deja Vu, The Many Murders Of Miss Cranbourne, Chase Variant. Lives in South-West London, works from Blacks on Dean Street, shops at Piranha Comics. Father of two. Political cartoonist.
Vampirella character Victory is the latest to get a spinoff book from Christopher Priest's run, by David F Walker and Brett Weldele.
Dark Horse Comics is to publish, Lunar Lodge, a horror, drama, comedy, love, action, romance, and mystery comic book from Tyler Marceca and Mirko Colak.
Starfinder: Angels Of The Drift will be written by James L. Sutter who served on staff at Paizo for over a decade, including as Creative Director for Starfinder.
Bob Harras was EIC during Marvel Comics' period of greatest financial growth, then at DC for the New 52. And now it's Immortal Studios.
Last week, Dave Gibbons was asked if he would ever be open to publishing the Watchmen scripts. Because he still has them all.
It looks like Marvel Comics is going to kill off Mary Jane Watson in May's Spider-Man comics just as they killed off Gwen Stacy 50 years ago.
In Punisher #10 out today, we step between the events of the war and the deaths of his family to find Frank Castle is very much a proto-Punisher.
Two different futures, in two different X-Men comic books today, both a hundred years (and change) away, for Sins Of Sinister and 2099.
Today's Punisher #10 by Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz and Paul Azaceta, sees the Punisher going after the biggest bad guys in the world.
In today's Amazing Spider-Man #22, we are starting to place Zeb Wells' Spider-Man jigsaw together across fifteen years of story.
An LITG runaround the previous day on Bleeding Cool - and twice in a row it was a certain error in a certain JSA trade paperback published that week.
Bleeding Cool announces the return of Gold Key Comics with Boris Karloff’s Gold Key Mysteries #1, with Kickstarter registration available now
Titans West was a team of former and new Teen Titans members based in Los Angeles. And now they are back, kinda, sorta, ish.
The current run of Captain Marvel at Marvel Comics comes to an end after almost five years with a double-sized Captain Marvel #50 in June.
There's no date for Harley Quinn: The Animated Series Season 4 airing but one can read the tea leaves in the current comic book.
DC Comics really should have called it the Ivy League. But today they publish the Legion Of Bloom, with vegetative threats to life and limb.
A year ago Marvel Comics sent out a big Spider-Man teaser labeled "What Did Peter Do" which seems to show Peter Parker surrounded by a crater...
Today sees the publication of the final issue of Harley Quinn: The Legion Of Bats #6 from Tee Franklin and Shae Beagle - now with Nightwing.
It is just possible that I may miss Jeremy Adams on The Flash, but at least he's going out with a bang ahead of The Flash #800.
Back in November, Bleeding Cool looked at the Kickstarter for the charity comic book anthology Tales From the Quarantine, launched by Frazer Brown.
Michael Moreci and Corin Howell continue their Barbaric spinoff Queen Of Swords #1 in Vault Comics' June 2023 solicits and solicitations.
A new LITG runaround yesterday on Bleeding Cool - and it was all about a certain JSA collection just published by DC Comics.
Ed Brisson and C.P. Smith are launching a new comic book series, Sins Of The Salton Sea through AWA Studios, in their June 2023 solicits.
The Milestone 30th Anniversary Special, out tomorow, seeks to marry the different versions of Milestone Media together.
Last week, to coincide with the release of the Black Adam movie, DC Comics published the Justice Society Of America Vol 5. Maybe they should have waited.
In tomorrow's Batman: One Bad Day from DC, Ra's Al Ghul is out to kill Rupert Murdoch, Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. But should Batman stop him?
Three weeks ago, Bleeding Cool ran a scoop that Marvel Comics would be publishing a third Marvel's Voices: Pride #1 for 2023. Now confirmed.
In last month's Superman #1 we got a glimpse of the future. Including one with Clark Kent riding a horse through a deserted wasteland.
Asterix & The White Iris, the 40th Asterix volume out this October, will tackle New Age thinking and eating meat.