john arcudi

The Rocketeer: High Flying Adventures Review: Charmingly Classic Stories Of Heroic Antics

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The Rocketeer: High Flying Adventures doesn't waste any time in dropping the reader right into the action. We open with Betty rightfully scolding Cliff for being late to rescue her, and Cliff doing what he does best: winging it. The Rocketeer is one of my personal favorite comic book characters. The old-school, beat-'em-up […]

14 Creators Working On Dark Horse Presents #26 And An Exclusive Preview

For our second exclusive Dark Horse preview of the weekend we have Dark Horse Presents #26 with an amazing group of creators. Writers Jimmy Palmiotti, Justin Gray, Keith Goldberg, Kaare Andrews, John Arcudi, Alan Gordon, Rich Woodall, Paul Levitz are joined by artists Aaron Campbell, Troy Nixey, Lucas Varela, Bo Hampton, Craig Rousseau, Tim Hamilton […]

Don't Overlook Rumble From Image

By Jason Karlson "A warrior does not kill because it is his wish but because he must. If it becomes easy for you, you become a killer" The unsung gem of 2015 is without a doubt John Arcudi, James Harren and Dave Stewart's Rumble. Straight away you can see why it might have been somewhat […]

John Arcudi And James Harren's Rumble #1, Free (And DRM-Free) Till Tomorrow

It came out last year. But comic book foragers who waited until now can get Rumble #1 by John Arcudi and James Harren free, digitally, until tomorrow. In whatever digital format you wish… Okay, so a scarecrow walks into a bar…and proceeds to wreak havoc across two worlds! After a long absence, Rathraq, Scarecrow Warrior […]

What You Got For Your $50 At Image Expo – And Can You Flip It?

Adam S. Messinger writes, I have fought giant, living trees, an evil counterpart, the concept of technology, and nearly 5 hours of Bay Area traffic to get to one place… The 2015 Image Comics Expo. While I arrived late and missed the keynote speech, it has given me the chance to calm myself. It also gave […]

Preview The First 6 Pages Of Hellboy And The BPRD, A 'Classic' Hellboy Story

Earlier today, we featured the astonishingly wide-ranging interview that Mike Mignola took part in for us here at Bleeding Cool, and in that interview he speaks a lot about the role of the new mini-series, Hellboy and the BPRD to return to "classic" Hellboy tales where there is always room for humor, filling in part […]

Preview This Week's Lobster Johnson: Get The Lobster #1

Our favorite noir crime-fighter who may or may not be a ghost depending on when the narrative is jumping in, is back from Dark Horse, and there's nothing more terrifying than the glowing sign of the Lobster for denizens of the murky underworld he inhabits. This arc is written by Mike Mignola and John Arcudi, […]

ECCC: Jonathan Case On Reviving The Creep with John Arcudi

Gavin Lees writes for Bleeding Cool from the floor of ECCC; Jonathan Case really established himself on the comics scene last year with the release of both his long-awaited graphic novel, Dear Creature, and his stark, disturbing work on The Green River Killer with Jeff Jensen.  With an illustrative style that hearkens to the golden […]

Review: Predator #1 By John Arcudi And Javier Saltares

Predators In Iraq During American Occupation. That's your high concept for this comic, and a rather effective one it is as well. Okay, the countries have been changed to protect the innocent, but we see pampered isolated suits being shipped across the city by hard-working, loyal, fearless grunts, as they are wiped out and the […]

Wednesday Comics – A Catholic Conspiracy?

Just wanted to take the chance to show the Wednesday Comics #1 cover again, as first shown on DC Blog, The Source. and not licked up by enough people for my liking.  It folds over, so that the left hand side becomes the back cover and the right hand side becomes the front. Click to […]