Yesterday, Bleeding Cool reported on a new comic book pirating twist. That someone, using multiple Kindle Publisher accounts was uploading Marvel, DC, and
Oh. Oh, no. All right, well, in the immortal words of the philosopher Alvin Joiner, "it all comes down to this," as the winding and worrisome King in
In 2001, the WB sought to bring "no tights, no flight" to Superman and TV, and TV Guide was there with coverage, a comic, and the Dodsons.
Steve Ditko is best known as the artist and co-creator of Spider-Man and Doctor Strange. Born on November 2nd, 1927 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, the son of
Batman #107 checks in on a "maybe not so rich" Batman battling both a mystery involving the Scarecrow, some gang of randos, and the threat of the Gotham
Rod Lamberti of Rodman Comics of Ankeny, Iowa, writes weekly for Bleeding Cool. Find previous columns here. And it's time to talk Marvel. What a year!
There's a new host for the Phoenix Force, and ... well, honestly, Avengers #44 makes very little sense, but there it is nonetheless.
John Stewart is stepping up in a big way as the future of the spaceborne police force, which is at an unexpected crossroads. The one consistent thing you
It's a while since John Byrne wrote and drew Spider-Man. Quite a while. But for a time he was the pre-Brian Bendis Brian Bendis, writing and drawing
Black Cat #4 features a new feline-themed adventurer who is intervening in Felicia Hardy's plans, and she’s on the cusp of being something.
Debbie Fong has sold her debut graphic novel Next Stop to Gina Gagliano at Random House Graphic. Next Stop is a middle grade contemporary graphic novel
False narratives, false flags, and more falsehoods than a 2020 presidential speech, what's most strange is how far Strange Adventures #9 is from the truth.
Michael Moorcock is the most influential living fantasy writer, with many more claims to fame to boot. And with Gallery/Saga Press reprinting his Elric
Kendare Blake, author of the Three Dark Crowns novel trilogy, the Anna Dressed in Blood duo, and the Goddess War trilogy is to write a new YA series in
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