All Ages Comics

Archie Comics to Donate 100% of Online Sales to EJI

Archie Comics to Donate 100% of Online Sales to EJI

For the past few decades, Archie Comics has not shied away from inclusiveness. Since they introduced Chuck Clayton, Archie Comics has made great strides in trying to create an equal and just world within the safe pages of the Archie Comic Universe. As of late, Archie has been going above and beyond with showing the […]

The Diving Into The Comic Vault logo. Photo: Baltimore Lauren.

Diving into the Comic Vault: Adventures in Wonderland #1

In 1865 the world was introduced to Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. The titular Alice and her friends in Wonderland would go on a myriad of adventures throughout the entirety of the series, which delighted both the young and young at heart. It should come as no surprise that these stories would inspire all kinds […]

The cover for WYND #1 published by Boom! Studios.

BOOM! Studios to Release WYND June 17 to Local Comic Shops

BOOM! Studios gave fans a first look at the main cover art for issues #2, #3, and #4 of WYND, with art by Michael Dialynas. This brand new highly anticipated series from the minds of James Tynion IV (Something is Killing the Children, Batman), Dialynas (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles), and letterer Aditya Bidikar (Isola) brings […]

Denver Comic Con '15: Awake Is A New Comic For Kids Coming From Action Lab

Ashleigh Jay is an all-ages writer for Bleeding Cool. She has been reporting from Denver Comic Con and is 12 years old. Given the huge amount of programming for young people at Denver Comic Con, one of their missions, we were very happy to have Ashleigh on board to check out some of these events. […]

Preview 8 Pages Of Itty Bitty Comics: Grimmiss Island #1 From Dark Horse

Art Baltazar and Franco are bringing us another adorably vibrant and funny comic in the Itty Bitty line from Dark Horse this March, Itty Bitty Comics: Grimmiss Island. If you haven't checked out their Itty Bitty Hellboy, you are truly missing out. There's a zaniness to their comics that's almost surreal and yet approachable and […]

The Underworld Is Under New Management In Princess Decomposia And Count Spatula

By Cameron Hatheway In the wise words of Mel Brooks, "It's good to be the king!" Especially when you can appoint your daughter to do your tiresome job of running the Underworld for you. That's unfortunately what Princess Decomposia has to deal with while her father King Wulfrun stays in bed "sick" while she scurries […]

Stranger Kids And Stranger Comics – Sebastian A. Jones Goes Untamed At Comikaze Expo

By Cameron Hatheway Sebastian A. Jones is one of the hardest working guys in comics. Founder of Stranger Comics, he's tackled everything from educational kids books (I Am series) to dark twisted fantasy (The Untamed, Dusu) in his epic world of Asunda. At Comikaze Expo this past weekend, he debuted the prototype of his soon-to-be-released […]

Heroes in Cleveland Against Bullying (Plus: Spider-Gwen!)

By Jeremy Konrad Cleveland-area comic shop Carol and John's became inspired by last month's special Anti-bullying run of variant covers, and decided to take it to the next level. They contacted a local artist group called the Scribble Nerds and had them come up with some pretty neat stickers featuring some of Marvel's most popular […]

A Piggy's Tale # 3 Shows Us That A Hero Comes In All Sizes

By Julz Hendricks There are so many things to love about A Piggy's Tale. It's all ages, has an encouraging message, and its main character is a brave superhero dog. Piggy is not just a story though, but a real rescue dog that can tell when people are sad. It's his unique superpower, and the […]

I Am Living In 2 Homes Helps Children From Divorced Families

By Cameron Hatheway Growing up, I had several friends who had divorced parents. The majority of them stayed with their mothers and saw their fathers on the weekends or every other week, but it always scared me hearing the stories of what they had to go through. Some friends enjoyed it because their parents would […]

SPX Debuts – Rift Is Just A Little Bit Magical

Small Press Expo has a massive tradition of debuts, and Bleeding Cool has a window onto some fine examples leading up to the Expo this weekend. Carey Pietsch, developing on her Keepsakes series that also had a debut at MoCCA Fest last spring, has a new work coming to SPX: Rift. Rift is: …a story […]

Before Battling Boy, Aurora West Took Flight

By Cameron Hatheway Paul Pope's Eisner award-winning Battling Boy garnered heaps of acclaim last year, and with good reason. The story of the son of a god saving a city ripe with criminals and monsters was action-packed and memorable, captivating readers with Pope's dynamic style and storytelling. While he's hard at work on the second […]

Don't Snooze On This Title: Little Nemo Returns To Slumberland

By Julz Hendricks Based on the beloved works of Winsor McCay, Little Nemo Returns to Slumberland to takes us on an grand Adventure. This fairy tale-esque style story gives us a fresh, modern take on McCay's strips that ran in the New York Herald from 1905 to 1911. This fantasy begins with King Morpheus's wise […]