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Ales Kot Luca Casalanguida and Heather Moore Launch Lost Soldiers

Ales Kot, Luca Casalanguida and Heather Moore Launch Lost Soldiers

Getting a Gem of The Month for August 2020 in next week's Diamond Previews is a new series by Ales Kot, Luca Casalanguida and Heather Moore, called Lost Soldiers, promised earlier this year for the Summer - and still scheduled that way despite everything.Set in 1969 Vietnam and present day Juarez, about three men tied together[...]

The New World #2 Review: Dystopian Romeo and Juliet

The New World #2 Review: Dystopian Romeo and Juliet

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The New California government and the Guardians have tracked down Kirby's residence. Logan Maximus and the police are using Kirby's friends to get an in to Kirby's house. President Herod tells Stella that this is her kill, and he is planning on retiring soon and appointing Stella Maris as his replacement. All she […]

Days of Hate #7 Review: Clarity Problems Dont Undermind the High Quality

Days of Hate #7 Review: Clarity Problems Don't Undermind the High Quality

The washed-out colors from Jordie Bellaire give a similar problem where a character doesn’t really have a clothing color association to remember them by.Days of Hate #7 is another good issue of the Ales Kot story, but it highlights some problems which I had hoped would be ironed out by this point I can still[...]

The New World #1 Review: Running Man Judge Dredd and Robocop Mixed Into One

The New World #1 Review: Running Man, Judge Dredd, and Robocop Mixed Into One

It’s a little Judge Dredd, a little Running Man, a little Robocop, and even shares some premise ideas with Ales Kot’s own Days of Hate.Oh, it also shares ideas with Live PD, which is a televised show watching police officers as they arrest people with actual commentators, but that’s something that actually exists and is[...]


Days of Hate #6 Review: Love in a Time of Hate

Days of Hate #6 Review: Love in a Time of Hate

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Amanda and Xing exchange a few texts before destroying their respective burner phones. Freeman plans for the fallout of the latest attack and his next move to make sure they don't continue. Xing reminisces upon she and Amanda's relationship. Arvid worries about his family's wellbeing. Days of Hate continues to absorb with its […]

Bloodborne #4 Review: The End of the Hunt

Bloodborne #4 Review: The End of the Hunt

Ales Kot crafted something unique yet faithful to the game in this story, and Kowalski and Simpson deliver phenomenal artwork Thankfully, this book has been promoted to an ongoing, so we will get to see more from here In any case, this book earns another recommendation Give it a read.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"] [rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]The Hunter[...]

Bloodborne #3 Review: Under a Paleblood Sky

Bloodborne #3 Review: Under a Paleblood Sky

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Hunter continues to wander across the land with the Paleblood child. The child continues to exhibit bizarre and unnerving qualities, and the beast is still tracking them across the land. The Hunter is still unsure what the child is and what it can do for the Hunt. Bloodborne continues its trend of […]

Days of Hate #4 Review: Beginning to Loose its Edge

Days of Hate #4 Review: Beginning to Loose its Edge

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Amanda and Arvid approach a meet up point with a third associate, and Freeman pays a visit to Xing's parents. Arvid wants to see his family again and seems ready to leave the mission. Freeman throws many additional veiled threats to Xing and her family. Days of Hate #4 continues this series' odd […]

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Week of 03/28/18: Just Read Terrifics #2 Instead

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter, Week of 03/28/18: Just Read Terrifics #2 Instead

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter returns in a timely fashion this week, and we actually talk about comics that came out this week! Applaud us, because I'm bad at keeping schedules and general competence. Jeremy Konrad is my sole co-host this week again (hopefully Eliot will be back soon), and we continue our hot streak of actually staying focused […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses Week of 03/28/18: Highest of Houses and Doomiest of Clocks

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of 03/28/18: Highest of Houses and Doomiest of Clocks

It's finishing an arc, but that doesn't fix the fact that reading this surreal and literary reference-filled comic was genuinely unpleasant.[caption id="attachment_817581" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Bloodborne #2 cover by Damien Worm[/caption]Win: Bloodborne #2 Continues to Make My Hunter's Dreams Come TrueAles Kot and Piotr Kowalski's Bloodborne miniseries has been everything I hoped for so far[...]

Bloodborne #2 Review: More Resistant to Newcomers but Still a Beautiful Comic

Bloodborne #2 Review: More Resistant to Newcomers but Still a Beautiful Comic

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Hunter and the Paleblood child make their way to the wilderness, and the Hunter faces down snake beasts before finding a secret passageway to Iosefka's clinic and passing out. Iosefka watches over the child while the Hunter seeks answers from Gerhman in the Hunter's Dream. The first issue of Bloodborne succeeded in […]

Comics for Your Pull Box Week of March 28th 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 28th, 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

This may yet be one of the most interesting fantasy books of the moment.[caption id="attachment_817578" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #3 cover by Danijel Zezelj and Tom Muller[/caption]Days of Hate #3Ales Kot and Danijel Zezelj have put out one of the angriest and most contentious books in recent memory, and it's only getting more ambitious with each issue[...]

Days of Hate #2 Review: A Bleak and Visceral Political Drama

Days of Hate #2 Review: A Bleak and Visceral Political Drama

You want it to linger a little more, even if that would clash with its blunt presentation.Ales Kot continues to be homed in on the political atmosphere of the United States and the world to which we are dangerously close.[caption id="attachment_804807" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Days of Hate #2 art by Danijel Zezelj and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Danijel Zezelj’s[...]

Bloodborne #1 Review: Enthralling Action-Horror for Both Fan and Newcomer

Bloodborne #1 Review: Enthralling Action-Horror for Both Fan and Newcomer

FromSoftware’s tendency to play keep-away with the plot and lore, which Ales Kot and Piotr Kowalski recapture for this comic, lends itself to horror and intensity The minimalist approach to narration and dialogue is greatly appreciated too.The existential ponderances add to that sense of fear and foreboding This character is already dealing with bloodthirsty man-beasts,[...]


Writers Commentary – Aleš Kot on James Bond: The Body #1

Writer's Commentary – Aleš Kot on James Bond: The Body #1

Dynamite has sent us a new writer's commentary featuring Aleš Kot talking about James Bond: The Body #1, with cover and interiors by Luca Casalanguida. As Bond undergoes a post-mission medical examination, he relays the story of his previous mission to the examiner. Each cut, bruise, and broken bone connected to a specific event of […]

Exclusive First Look At Ales Kots James Bond: The Body #1

Exclusive First Look At Ales Kot's James Bond: The Body #1

Dynamite has sent over an exclusive first look inside the new James Bond: The Body series by Ales Kot and Luca Casalanguida Kot is the latest artist to take a turn with OO7 since the publisher got the rights to the property Warren Ellis kicked it off, then they've brought in Andy Diggle, Benjamin Percy,[...]


Ales Kot To Write James Bond: The Body For Dynamite

Ales Kot To Write James Bond: The Body For Dynamite

Writer Ales Kot, best know for his work on Zero and Secret Avengers, has been tapped to do a new James Bond six-issue miniseries for Dynamite Entertainment The new series, James Bond: The Body, will feature six original story lines that will unite the full series together. As Bond undergoes a post-mission medical examination, he relays[...]