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Comic Artist Nick Gnazzo's Son Justin Opening A Colorado Comic Shop
City Records, Comics & Toys is a new vinyl, cassette and comic book store opening up on 1331 East Colfax Avenue, in Denver, Colorado And one of the new store owners Justin Gnazzo, son of comic book artist Nick Gnazzo, of X-Men, Dark Horse Comics, Cheval Noir, Robocop, Impulse, The Joker and The Flash Nick[...]
Denver Pop Culture Con 2021 - No Plans To Return, Yet
Denver Pop Culture Con, formerly Denver Comic Con, has announced the cancellation of their May 2021 event which had been scheduled for May 14-16 at the Colorado Convention Center in Downtown Denver, CO A letter sent out announces the news as well as making an appeal for the charitable causes the event usually funds Adam[...]
"Proud Boys" Protest Mile High Comics in Denver, Colorado, Over Drag Show
Denver Drag For All Ages is a regular under-21 drag show every first Sunday of the month evening, and raising money for charity. And they have been running at the comic book store every since. Since then, Chuck Rozanski has also debuted his drag persona, Bettie Pages, notably at this year's San Diego Comic-Con[...]
Dark Carnival Games Con Shut Down, ICP Responds
Insane Clown Posse fans (aka Juggalos) are unhappy in Denver, CO this weekend as the Dark Carnival Games Con has been shut down due to safety concerns The event is put on by members of the band, and attendees were informed of the event shuttering via letters from the host hotel. This image comes from Facebook[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: The 8th Wonder Of Denver
Neil Greenaway talked to Jesse Dubin (President/EIC 8th Wonder Press) for Bleeding Cool from Denver Comic Con, Bleeding Cool: First off, what is the name of your book? Jesse Dublin: Uncanny Adventures is our anthology series It started three years ago The latest edition is Uncanny Adventures: Duo, which is a three part mini-series made up entirely of two[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: Kevin Gentilcore – A Name Made For Horror
Neil Greenaway talked to Kevin Gentilcore, One Half of CreepHouse Comics, and Writer & Artist for The Haunter, for Bleeding Cool from Denver Comic Con, Bleeding Cool: So, what is the name of your company? Kevin Gentilcore: Well, I am Kevin Gentilcore, one half of CreepHouse Comics The other half, William Tooker, is not here this year[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: Alan Tudyk is Wash
  Michael Lujan writes for Denver Comic Con Moderated by Clare Kramer (known for her roles in Buffy, Bring It On and website Geek Nation) the panel with Alan Tudyk (best known his role as Wash, the pilot of Serenity in the show Firefly) basically revealed that he is Wash Comedic and witty he was easily the[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: The Women Of Whedon
Before leaving, Tudyk also made a stop by Denver Comic Con's Pop Culture Classroom – a kid-friendly nonprofit group that combines comics and learning – to do a special reading of popular children's story The Book With No Pictures by BJ Novak (The Office). Carley Jo Cave writes, This Sunday morning's Women Of Whedon Panel included appearances[...]
Lying In The Denver Gutters – 25th May 2015
A Jim Lee guitar just looks so angry… so what have you been reading today while Bleeding Col has been running around Denver Comic Con? Top Twenty Traffic Of The Week 1. Possible Power Ranger Movie Zord Concept Art Found Online (REMOVED UPDATE) 2. Marvel Comics Covers Up Madelyne Pryor's Underboob In Secret Wars: Inferno 3. How Far Will This Anti-X-Men Sentiment[...]
Denver Comic Con '15:  Umbrella Corp Denver Saves Comic Con!
Nathan Becker writes from Denver Comic Con, Disaster strikes at the Denver Comic Con as the zombie-creating T-virus was released on the exhibit floor The Umbrella Corp Denver was immediately deployed to eradicate the outbreak No sightings of Claire Redfield, Chris Redfield or Leon Kennedy, but the heroes of UC Denver quickly assaulted the exhibit floor[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: Join the Force!
Evan Fries writes from Denver Comic Con, I'm just going to come out and say it: I want to be a Jedi Well, okay, maybe not a Jedi, but not a straight up Sith either Regardless, I just want to be able to wear the cool robes and have a lightsaber It definitely helps to know that[...]
DC Comics Give What 'Oracle Fans Have Always Wanted' After Convergence
From DC's Batman panel happening right now at Denver Comic Con, one fan asked why Oracle was "taken away" and turned back into Batgirl in the New 52, by removing her diversity as a handicapped person Especially when she was previously very active and beloved. DC reps said that it was a valid question and that[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: When Kieron Gillen Summoned The WicDiv Cosplayers(UPDATE)
No, sorry, they were not wearing suit jackets, a shirt, a bread and a skullcap… …well, I mean one of them is. But earlier at the con we reported on Kieron Gillen's shout out for cosplayers who cosplayed as characters he worked on at Denver Comic Con, particularly from The Wicked + The Divine. And cosplayers, they came…[...]
Swag! Denver Comic Con Edition – All The Art
Neil Greenaway writes, My first day at Denver Comic Con 2015 heralded very few comics, but a whole pile of original art These pieces include an Imperator Furiosa from Ted Naifeh, a Galactus & Silver Surfer from Val Brazier, a Wolfman, a Skeleton and a Sgt Hatred all from Kevin Gentilcore, a Ninja Turtle from[...]
The Old DC Comics Characters Will Survive The Convergence
Bleeding Cool recently reported that the many different worlds collected on the Battleworld world of the Convergence would be seen again after the event, despite original plans for them not to. Well, at the DC All Access panel at Denver Comic Con, Convergence writer Jeff King stated that the after the Convergence "Every character will now be available[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: 34 Shots Of Cosplay From Day One
From across social media, how the cosplay at Denver Comic Con 2015 is looking… it's almost like being there! Teen Titans Go! #DCC2015 — Mark Neitro (@CBS4Mark) May 23, 2015 Today we'd like to thank Andrea from our Teen Council & Catwoman for volunteering at our booth! #DCC15 — Rise Above Colorado (@RiseAboveCO) May 23, 2015 A photo[...]
Denver Comic Con '15: Who Would Win?
William Wood writes from Denver Comic Con 2015, Fans get their blood pumping early Saturday at Denver Comic Con starting with the "Versus!" panel presented by From Luke Skywalker vs Poison Ivey to a final showdown between Iron Man and Wonder Woman, panelists lead a packed room full of fans through a "what if?" of[...]
Denver Comic Con '15:  Brian Venegas Brings  Rotoro
Local comic creator Brian Venegas is taking his new comic book to Denver Comic Con… here's a quick peek at the Rotoro. I started experimenting with the idea of the Rotoro project about two years ago after hearing stories about my grandfather who was born in Zacatecas Mexico in 1878 That's right, 1878 He died the year[...]
Denver Comic Con – War Of The Infographics
Bleeding Cool reported on the recent kerfuffle at the Denver Comic Con between former founders of the show and the current administration The accusers had an infographic asking where the money had gone and, basically, accusing the show's organizers of embezzlement. A "Town Hall" style meeting is set to take place tomorrow, but the Denver Comic[...]
A Civil War At The Denver Comic Con – Both Sides Speak
The Denver Post is covering what appears to be a serious split amongst the management of the Denver Comic Con, following conversations with co-founders Charlie La Greca and Frank Romero, no longer associated with the show But they are setting up a website and promoting a town-hall style meeting about the issues on Sunday. The[...]
Meet the Mayor: The Life and Times of Jimmy Palmiotti Part II
The next one is called Denver It's an adult science fiction graphic novel about both of the polar ice caps melting and Denver is the only city left in the United States They don't let people in the city, which is self-sustaining It's about a border patrol guy and his wife gets kidnapped by bad guys[...]
Batman Inc #3 Hits $30 On eBay
While most comic stores held copies of Batman Inc #3 yesterday, following DC Comics' instructions, many shops did not. Some chose to ignore the request,