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The Daily LITG, 2nd March 2020 – Happy Birthday Mark Evanier

Welcome to the pretty-much-mostly-daily Lying In The Gutters. A run around the day before and the day ahead. You can sign up to receive it as an e-mail here. The 10 most-read stories yesterday Tonight's Doctor Who Rewrites The Entire History Of The Show (Spoilers) "The Division 2" Gets Release Details About "Warlords Of New […]

The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Maybe Tom Show SDCC Panel

So I will get to the question that everyone is asking, did Groo colorist Tom Luth attend the panel. The answer, sadly is no, but that didn't stop a full room of people from having grand old time listening to Groo The Wanderer artist Sergio Aragones, writer Mark Evanier, and letterer Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo) […]


Darkseid #1 Review: A Genuine Story Of Revolution

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] To round out the month of Jack Kirby, we have Darkseid #1 to bring us tales from the shadows of Apokolips and give us insight into the head of its cruel overlord. The first story, by Mark Evanier, Scott Kollins, and Dave McCaig, tells of a trio of young revolutionaries who have been […]

Groo: Play of Gods

Exclusive Advance Preview Of Groo: Play Of The Gods #3

Dark Horse has sent as an exclusive advance preview of Sergio Aragones's newest issue of the iconic warrior. Groo: Play of the Gods #3 includes lands full of gold, pirates who want the gold, and clergymen who are willing to use torture to convert people to their beliefs — like Europe used to be. Oh, […]

Kirby: King Of Comics Now Available As A Way More Portable Paperback

Back in 2008, Kirby: King of Comics was released to much fanfare and it was warranted: featuring amazing presentation, old-school style paper stock, and all the Jack Kirby artwork your eyes could handle and presented in large format so you could enjoy all those Kirby dots for all-time. Now, as we celebrate Kirby's centennial, Abrams […]


'Groo: Play of the Gods #2' Review: Converting The Masses

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] With Captain Ahax, Taranto, the Iberzan clergy of Diothos, and the hidden away Groo and Rufferto on a ship set for Ahax's newly discovered land, things are looking on track. Ahax and Taranto are going to get their gold, and the clergymen will have plenty of new people to convert. Things couldn't possibly […]

The Mark, Sergio, Stan, And Tom Show SDCC Panel: "Fancy Volumes" On The Way For Groo

Bleeding Cool's Christine Marquet reports from The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Tom Show Panel: This Thursday afternoon,The Mark, Sergio, Stan, and Tom Show panel took place at San Diego Comic-Con 2017. From Sergio's flavorful reminiscing of life early in his career to Mark's spilling his water (which needed attention before the conversation could continue), the trio shared a warm […]

Exclusive Look Inside Of Grumpy Cat / Garfield #1

We have an exclusive look inside the new Grumpy Cat / Garfield series from Dynamite Entertainment and BOOM! Studios. The three-part mini-series is being written by Mark Evanier (Garfield and Friends) and drawn by artist Steve Uy (Avengers: the Initiative) and will hit stores August 2nd. The series will include a story inspired and approved […]

Mark Evanier Brings Together Feline Sensations Garfield And Grumpy Cat In New Mini-Series

Dynamite and BOOM! Studios are bringing together two of the world's most recognizable felines. Grumpy Cat/Garfield will be a three-part mini-series from writer Mark Evanier (Garfield and Friends) and artist Steve Uy (Avengers: The Initiative) kicking off August 2nd. And there will be a story inspired and approved by icon Jim Davis, himself. It's the inevitable […]

This Day in Pop Culture History

On This Day In Pop Culture For March 2

Welcome to This Day in Pop Culture History, a daily look at important events, birthdays, and other oddities in pop culture! History is important, and we aim to educate here at Bleeding Cool, so without further ado, here are some things that have happened on March 2: 1933- King Kong premieres in New York at Radio City […]

Ch-Ch-Changes: Mark Evanier Will Write Garfield/Grumpy Cat Crossover, Not Jim Davis

Last week, BOOM! Studios announced the super-mega-crossover event to end all super-mega-crossover events: Grumpy Cat/Garfield! That's right, two of comics' most iconic feline characters will finally share a series this Summer, and comics will never be the same again! The original press release said that Garfield creator Jim Davis would write the story: An exclusive partnership […]

Exclusive Sneak Peek: Sergio Aragones' Groo: Fray of the Gods #4

We have some exclusive preview pages for the final issue of Groo: Fray of the Gods. This marked the return of the all-star team: Sergio Aragonés, Mark Evanier, Tom Luth, and Stan Sakai. You have to appreciate that the solicitation text even calls it on the mini-series format. GROO: FRAY OF THE GODS #4 Writer: Sergio Aragones, […]

SDCC '15: Quick Draw Panel With Sergio Aragones, Mark Evanier, And More

By Joshua Stone The annual Quick Draw panel at SDCC is always one of my favorites, and that is for two reasons – Sergio Aragones and Mark Evanier. Aragones can draw anything and make it funny and have it done faster than you can blink. He and Evanier's banter is always fun and it is […]

SDCC '15: The Final Sergio And Mark Panel Announces Groo/Tarzan

I am at San Diego Comic Con at one of my favourite regular panels, The Sergio And Mark Show. And it is to be its last. Cue shock and horror from those who have been here for many, many years. In fact, I don't think some of us actually leave the room from year to […]

No Rest For The Lazy – Preview Groo: Friends And Foes #6 From Dark Horse

Sergio Aragones is the delight of any convention he attends, and the fact that the comic Groo is still running, probably the first comic book I ever read, is even more delightful to me. There is quite simply nothing like it that lampoons so effectively whatever aspect of human life strikes Sergio's fancy at any […]

Wanderers, Spies, Magicians, And Jungle Folk – Preview Dark Horse Presents #9

Dark Horse Presents #9 lands on April 15th, bringing us a fresh dose of multi-genre goodness and more GROO. It even has a Groo-licious cover this time. I can't even believe the detail work on those spears! Contributors to DHP #9 include: Fred Van Lente, Alex de Campi, Victor Santos, Mike Grell, Brendan McCarthy, Mark […]