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Pop Culture Hounding Marvel NOW and Ryan Ferrier

Pop Culture Hounding Marvel NOW! and Ryan Ferrier

Chris Thompson writes for Bleeding Cool… just before he heads off to Malta! [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode18.mp3] Taylor and I have mixed views about this week's Marvel Now! books, and find we don't see eye-to-eye with Daniel Way's Thunderbolts #1 or Jonathan Hickman's much-anticipated Avengers #1. Taylor also chats with Ryan Ferrier (Tiger Lawyer and Challenger Comics) about […]


In One Week In Two Weeks &#8211 Sex Fashion And Lots Of Zeroes

In One Week, In Two Weeks – Sex, Fashion And Lots Of Zeroes

Next week the Zero Issues begin at DC Comics And a rack full of very similar looking comics.Image put out the second issue of Black Kiss II.. though it won't get past Her Majesty the Queen.And Avatar Press publish the first issue of the new Alan Moore comic, Fashion Beast.Then next week, Avengers Vs X-Men[...]

An Ending Of Things At DC Comics

An Ending Of Things At DC Comics

Bleeding Cool has been banging on a bit about DC Comics giving their New 52 all zero issues in September, returning to regular numbering in October, to commemorate the one year anniversary of the reboot.DC have not released all their August shipping details To back up our thesis, we could do with a lot of[...]

DC Comics To Launch Zero Issues For The New 52 In September

And that their #13s will run in October instead.That the zero issues will reveal stuff that happened before issue #1 Year Ones, flashbacks, origins.This might be the perfect opportunity, say, in Batgirl to show what happened in South Africa Justice League to show disparate superheroes working a case, but who never meet Batman, to see[...]

Another Artist The Same Publisher Another Lack Of Payment

Another Artist, The Same Publisher, Another Lack Of Payment

Two days ago, I reported that an artist had been in touch with Bleeding Cool over unpaid bills for a comic they'd drawn last year, that now had stopped responding to them. Ten minutes later, after an email from me, the publisher got in touch, offering a payment plan that was accepted. Shortly afterwards I […]