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In the early days of the COVID-19 lockdown, a box of Paper Girls comics resulted in Ali Wong & Jason Mantzoukas joining the Amazon series.
First Impressions: Paper Girls is a Complex and Charming Sci-fi Youth Adventure [Paper Girls #22 Review]
The Paper Girls find themselves in the far future with Wari and Jahpo hunting them down across a vast city. Is it a good read?
Saga finds a federal agent trying to crush Upsher and Doff's story while the new bounty hunter finds Hazel. Is it a good read?
Barrier reaches its ending as Oscar and Liddy try and use an alien as a hostage to win their freedom from their captors. Is it a good read?
Saga finds the crew searching for a missing Squire, as he has run away and wants to go home. Prince Robot feels guilty and is distraught. Does it make for a good read?
Barrier #4 shows some background information on Oscar before he and Liddy struggle to escape the liquid-filled alien pod in which they are trapped. Does it make for a good read?
Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 23, 2018: Flash War Begins and the Hunt for Wolverine Goes to Madripoor
Comics for Your Pull Box rides again as we parcel through a week that includes Wonder Woman, Flash, Infinity Countdown, Hunt for Wolverine, and more. What is worth a read? We'll let you know here.
Barrier continues with Liddy and Oscar wandering the massive spaceship deafened by the lound blasts of the alien's machines. Does it make for a good read?
Another week of comics has gone by, and Bleeding Cool is here to let you know the wins and losses. Deadpool! Adamantium Agenda! No Justice! We'll let you know which was which. Read here to view the score.
Barrier follows up with Oscar and Liddy finding themselves on an alien ship with no knowledge of what is happening or why. Can they escape? Is it a good read?
Barrier #1 brings us the disparate tales of Liddy, a farmer in South Texas, and Oscar, a man trying to make his way into the U.S and starting from Honduras. Does it make for a good read?
Saga continues to show Hazel, her friends, and family hiding out while Squire copes with nightmares and Hazel learns to swim. Is it a good read?
Another Wednesday draws near with another daunting cavalcade of comics through which to sort. Thankfully for you, Bleeding Cool has been keeping an eye on these things, and we can tell you which comics are worthy of your Pull Box. Find out here.
This week Jeremy and Josh discuss comics like Doomsday Clock #4, Dark Knights: Metal #6, Daredevil #600, Saga #50, and Days of Hate #3. Also, they talk about why you should probably just read Terrifics #2 instead.
Saga reaches its 50th issue with Marko and Alana hiding out with their daughter, allies, and Prince Robot. Does it make for a good read?
Another suggestion for holiday viewing is to take this time to catch up on the latest Marvel property, Runaways, the new original Hulu series based on the comic series.
Saga is getting an entire wave of Funko Pops and we could not be more excited, there is just one problem we have, and it is a glaring omission.
With the live-action Hulu series coming up, Marvel's latest TL;DR introduces us to the characters from the comics series Runaways.
By Chris Hayden In his new series We Stand on Guard, writer Brian K. Vaughan, famous for his masterpiece Saga, continues to do what he does best:
Jake Barlow writes for Bleeding Cool: On Friday evening, after the second day of NYCC, readers were invited to mingle amongst some of Image Comics' top
Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra's hit Vertigo series Y the Last Man is no longer set up with New Line. The director of the project, Dan Trachtenberg, told
David Dissanayake writes for Bleeding Cool: Welcome to Image Comics’ fourth panel of the weekend, I is for Ideas, moderated by David Brothers,
By Alex Wilson The gruesome mentality and action of war is, at the root, instinctual. What is the purpose of war? Some might argue to protect homeland,
To be presented at San Diego Comic Con... here are the nominations for the Eisner Awards 2014. This is the year of Hawkeye, of Saga and of The Wake. Of
HAWKCAKE What kind of cake to make for a 25 year old geek. I wish I had at any point in my life had such a cake. CINEMATIC VISION Kevin Maguire puts the
The Shel Dorf Awards were bestowed on October 25th at Detroit's Fanfare Convention, and the big news was that Diamond founder Steve Geppi received the
Bringing JH Williams To Class Sparks Using Creator-Owned Comics In Education – The Bleeding Cool Interview With John Bultena
When I reported on JH Williams III’s panel at San Diego Comic Con this past summer, replete with mind-bending artwork from his numerous projects from
New Line Cinema have long been working on a big screen adaptation of Brian K. Vaughn and Pia Guerra's comic book series Y: The Last Man, the dark and
You don't invite Brian K. Vaughan onto an Image Comics panel without expecting something big. At San Diego Comic Con today, he announced that he was