A new Champions #1 was meant to launch out of the Outlawed mini-event, but only the Outlawed #1 one-shot made it out before shutdown and the books fell
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Savage Dragon #250 is the only superhero comic currently reflecting the world outside its window as he spends his anniversary in lockdown.
Valiant Entertainment is announcing a Virtual Portfolio Review programme during what would have been convention season. Instead, Valiant will offer a
From the Supergirl digital comic book published yesterday - a new social distancing ad with the Flash and Plastic Man to accompany all the print ones that
Currently, the London ExCel Centre is still on reserve as an emergency hospital. It's better known to Bleeding Cool readers as the home of the MCM London
OK Comics is a great comic book shop in Leeds, and was the home for many an agent during the Thought Bubble Comics Festival when that was held in the
Earlier this month, DC Comics ran a socially distancing message with Bruce Wayne and his son Damian Wayne which seemed rather cold since they were family.
We have had the full Marvel Comics solicitations for September 2020, but there are still a few missing titles. Quite a few actually, not just the ones we
Thought Bubble, the UK’s largest comic art festival, has announced that this years festival and convention in Harrogate planned for November 2020. have
Today sees the publication of Savage Dragon #249, the first issue in quite some time after the global pandemic set in. Also, because of the length of
There have been a lot of comic book publishers and groups who have put out socially relevant messages at this current time of trial. But today's DC Comics
Marvel Comics has added #backthecomeback stickers to their comic books, published on July 15th, beginning with Empyre #1.
Dynamite Entertainment is rescheduling a number of its comics to all come out on July 1st when Marvel and DC Comics are having a skip week.
On today's Pull-List video from Marvel Entertainment, the publisher announced a number of reschedulings of Marvel Comics titles that had been Missing In
Valiant Entertainment has confirmed to Bleeding Cool that they have made a number of redundancies in the wake of the current economy.
I cycled into London as the government announced non-essential shops (like comic shop apparently) could open up in England today.
DC Comics has rescheduled a number of titles of DC Comics titles that were solicited before the shutdown and haven't been resolicited since. Here's a list
A year ago, I went with the family to Parc Astérix, just outside Paris for the launch of the name of the best selling comic of 2019, Asterix and The
It's been quite some time since I ventured to my local comic book shop, Piranha Comics of Kingston Upon Thames. But the store will be reopening to the
Valiant Entertainment was one of the first comic book publishers to stop creators working in the worldwide shutdown and lockdown. And not in the nice UK
This week, Batman #92 finally puts Gotham City on lockdown, as the Riddler proves a more deadly threat than the coronavirus, maybe.
Steve Geppi of Diamond says DC Comics terminated their relationship rather than answer questions - they must have been some real stinkers.
Bleeding Cool is being told by, well, everyone it seems right now, that DC Comics is completely quitting being distributed by Diamond Comic Distributors.
Marvel Comics were planning to be publishing a Scarlet Witch event, Darkhold, about now. This is what it was looking like.
It was meant to come out in April, but then stuff happened. But this issue of John Constantine: Hellblazer #6 dealing with a preponderance of mystery
At every comic con attended by Marvel Comics, they have a lot to give away. Plenty of promotional items and swag to fill your massive convention bags. But
It looks like employees of DC Comics will continue to work from home until at least the end of the year, rather than DC's offices.
More Marvel Comics titles will be going digital-only in, as predicted by Bleeding Cool, including Valkyrie, Scream and Cosmic Ghost Rider.
Boris Johnson has confirmed that, as things now stand, British comic shops can open up again, as semi-normal, from June 15th, We'll see, eh?
Marvel Comics has cancelled three of their upcoming variant cover programmes, Dark Marvel, Living Vampire and Sneakers - whatever that was.