Following in the footsteps of rival DC Comics, Marvel Comics has released a set of fantastic virtual backgrounds for use in video conference call software. Now, you can pretend to be delivering the latest revenue statistics to your boss from exotic locales around the Marvel Cinematic Universe. Marvel Comics Universe backgrounds are also available. All […]
We looked at loads of DC Big Books. Boxsets and omnibuses coming from DC Comics towards the end of 2020 and the beginning of 2021. However, there's plenty of other interesting looking collections coming too. Right now, they do seem like dispatches from an alternate future at this point. We also get art books from […]
There was no Bleeding Cool Bestseller Chart this weekend for obvious reasons. But we did look to the ComiXology charts in the USA, in the UK and Canada to see what digital titles people are picking up. Whether digital firsts, originals or classic titles. And Chip Zdarsky is doing very well, with Daredevil, Spider-Man Life […]
Dan Abnett has a writer's commentary on Dejah Thoris #4 from Dynamite Entertainment. It was published on March 11th. Bleeding Cool will try and keep these going as long as we call. Abnett writes; We enter the second 'arc' of the series, and the danger mounts. I'm not claiming this book has "Game of Thrones" […]
Giant-Size X-Men: Nightcrawler #1 was written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Alan Davis. Carlos Lopez did color art and Clayton Cowles lettered. It's the second in a series of five Giant-Size X-Men one-shots focusing on specific X-Men. When the next one will hit stores remains up-in-the-air during the industry shutdown. Thankfully, the one-and-done nature […]
X-Men/Fantastic Four #3 was written by Chip Zdarsky with art by Terry Dodson, Rachel Dodson, and Ransom Getty. Laura Martin, Andrew Crossley, and Peter Pantazis handled colors. Joe Caramagna lettered. The issue is the third of a four-issue series, but the fourth issue is delayed while the industry is shut down. Setting aside, for now, […]
Wolverine #2 was written by Benjamin Percy with art by Adam Kubert, colors by Frank Martin, and letters by Cory Petit. It's only the second issue of the series, but like all of Marvel's comics, its on a hiatus after this issue. But Wolverine still must figure out who's been making street drugs out of […]
X-Men #9 was written by Jonathan Hickman with art by Leinil Francis Yu and Sunny Gho, plus lettering from Clayton Cowles. It's the last issue of X-Men published by Marvel Comics before the industry shutdown. With the state of the comics industry uncertain for the near future, the release date of X-Men #10 is still in […]
Welcome back to another episode of Diving Into the Comic Vault. We're still exploring the early issues of Pep Comics, with today's focus on Pep Comics #6. This cover is yet another impressive WWII themed cover of Pep Comics by Irv Novick, showcasing The Shield fighting the Axis Powers. This issue has Shield — in […]
With social distancing measures in place, businesses and individuals alike have turned to video conferencing software for a more personal way to connect with each other. Some software, like Zoom, allows users to display virtual backgrounds, transforming their drab office or messy bedroom into a gorgeous environment. But why settle for real locations when you […]
Betty and Veronica Comics Double Digest is just the thing you, or your kids, need. The double digests are classic Archie fun, and they're always a feel-good read. This romp into the classic Archie universe is just what we need right now! Readers get a lot in this double digest. We open with Betty and […]
A scabbard without a sword inspires few legends and has never led to the murder of an unprepared archaeologist. Most would brush off the tragic end to a man lost in a senseless crime; thefts and their fallout are nothing new to the 24-hour news cycle. One grandmother knows better, however, and once she hears […]
At the conclusion of the original Dark Nights: Metal series by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo, The Batman Who Laughs lost his fingers. The Joker chopped off the fingers of the interloper, leaving him with a bloody stump. However, when The Batman Who Laughs returned in the series by Scott Snyder and Jock, his fingers […]
When you pick up a DC comic book, you expect to find a DC comic book inside. Sometimes, when there have been printing errors, you may find a different DC comic book inside than is on the cover. Finding a Marvel comic inside a much rarer phenomenon. So when it happens, you should put it […]
Jean Grey's Phoenix costume is one of the most easily-recognizable in comics, but it almost looked a lot different. Marvel executive Tom Brevoort has been passing the time amidst the industry shutdown by posting ancient Marvel artwork on Twitter. His latest tweet shows off early Dave Cockrum design concepts for Jean's Phoenix costume, some of […]
Scott Snyder has been talking about Death Metal, Doomsday Clock, 5G - and what he is planning to follow it all.
Bill Sienkiewicz adds his cover to The Dreaming: Waking Hours comic book from DC Comics by G Wilow Wilson and Nick Robles
DC Comics donates a quarter of a million dollars to support comic book shops in need, through the BINC foundation.
Happy Death Day's Scott Lobdell has written and drawn a new X-Men fanfic comic called X-Gram and is serialising it on Instagram.
G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero will be going on hiatus at IDW. Larry Hama has been told to stop pencils on the series as more and more creators are being told to stop work. The Coronavirus has wreaked havoc on the comics industry as a whole for weeks now, and G.I. Joe is just […]