By Christopher Helton One of the things that brings together the readers, and writers, of this site is the fact that we love comics. We love all sorts of
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By Christopher Helton I want to get the hyperbole out of the way at the beginning of this: If Wayward, the new Image comic from Jim Zub and Steve Cummings
By Christopher Helton When your first complaint about a new comics is “man, that was too short” that bodes well for the issue, right? It does for The
By Christopher Helton Dan Didio gets a lot of grief over the management side of his work at DC Comics, but I have enjoyed his comic writing work at the
Caliber Comics was the publisher that brought Brian Bendis to our attention, published the songs of Alan Moore and gave us the early works of Guy Davis,
Two upcoming variant covers from Hastings, a Marvel Wolverine Labbit to kick off the new Wolverines series, and a My Little Pony...
Marvel are putting out a new series, Disney Kingdoms: Seekers Of The Weird, based on the work of their Imagineers team... Except it appears that comic
Grindhouse: Doors Open At Midnight, from Dark Horse, is in its third issue, and that means it’s on its second two-parter, each drawn by a different
Thanks to today's Amazing X-Men #2, we all got a lovely image of the demonic hellion form of Jack The Ripper flashing Northstar in hell. And, from what it
Ian Mageto writes; Seemingly over night the last two decades, the world of cosplay has exploded. Which was once the hobby of a few super fans has grown
There's a common trick in popular entertainment. Taking the popular thing off the table. Relegating it. Putting the focus on something else for a while.
While the official solicitation for All New Marvel Now Point One reads; • Here we go again! It’s your one-stop entry point to the world of ALL-NEW MARVEL
Last month, Bleeding Cool reported on the arrest of long time comics collector and dealer, Keith Contarino, and accusations from customers that he had
Okay, this I just wanted to run. Philip Bond's variant cover to Kick Ass 3 #5, available for retailers to order with every fifty standard comics they get.
I only just realised that in the Aardman Batman, his teeth mirror the Bat symbol. Hmmm. I'm sure everyone realised before but I couldn't find reference to