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Richard Meyer Files Response to Mark Waid's Attempt For Case to Be Dismissed Over Lack of Jurisdiction in the State of Texas

Richard Meyer Files Response to Mark Waid's Call For Case to Be Dismissed Over Lack of Jurisdiction in the State of Texas

Amidst controversy, Mark Waid called the publisher to talk about that decision Shortly afterwards, the publisher announced they were no longer publishing the graphic novel It was self-published a year later and individually distributed.Meyer then sued Mark Waid over claims of tortious interference and defamation, claiming damages against Waid for his actions.Last November, Mark Waid's[...]


Invisible Woman Gets Her Own Series in July

Marvel's Invisible Woman Gets Her Own Series in July

But this July, we finally get to see things from the Invisible Woman's perspective (as written by a man) because Mark Waid and Mattia De Iulis will launch an Invisible Woman mini-series Marvel's press release follows: Sue Storm Flies Solo in INVISIBLE WOMAN #1!New York, NY—April 9, 2019— She’s always been a super hero, fighting to[...]

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

Our Favorite Villains Wondercon Panel: Waid and Cates in One Room

When it comes to panels at comic conventions I think my favorite moderator is Mark Evanier, but coming in a close second is the man who moderated the Our Favorite Villains panel at Wondercon, Mark Waid Now I think there is a possibility that Bleeding Cool may make Waid's list of villains, but I have[...]

Doctor Strange Puts on His Galactus Hat in April

Writer Mark Waid said that Strange was "[o]utpowered and out of his element," and now tasked with "[preventing] the World-Eater from destroying the entire magic cosmos!" But now, in DOCTOR STRANGE #13, Galactus has been set loose on other dimensions and devouring those worlds -- which could have cosmically dire consequences! It's up to Strange[...]

Mark Waid Legal Response to Richard Meyer's Defamation and Tortious Interference Lawsuit

A lot has happened since Bleeding Cool first broke the news that Comicsgater Richard Meyer was suing comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid, claiming defamation and tortious interference over Antarctic Press no longer publishing Meyer's Jawbreakers graphic novel.Waid launched a GoFundMe campaign to raise money for his legal fight, with a fee set[...]

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Mark Waid Looks to Raise $75,000 to Fund Legal Defense Against the 'Comicsgate' Lawsuit

Longstanding comic book writer, editor and publisher Mark Waid has launched a crowdfunding appeal with the intent of funding his legal defense against Richard Meyer of the Diversity & Comix YouTube channel We reported on Meyer's launching the lawsuit, which claims causes of action including defamation and tortious interference in his contract with Antarctic Press over the[...]

Humanoids Launches All-New H1 Superhero Universe at NYCC with All-Star Creators

Following the hirings of  John Cassaday and Mark Waid as executives, Humanoids has revealed what their H1 initiative is all about: a brand new shared superhero universe by an impressive lineup of creators, all listed at the top of their press release: John Cassaday * Mark Waid * Kwanza Osajyefo * Carla Speed McNeil * Yanick Paquette *[...]

Now Humanoids Hires Mark Waid as Director of Creative Development

Everything is turning up Mark Waid this week Just days after being targeted in a lawsuit by Comicsgate leader Richard C Meyer, one of the few people in comics less sympathetic than Waid himself, Waid has now been named the new Director of Creative Development by publisher Humanoids Waid's hiring follows the addition of John[...]

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Daily LITG – 30th September 2018 – Diversity & Lawsuits

And a story began that will no doubt run and run...Five most read articles yesterdayRichard Meyer Sues Mark Waid Over 'Tortious Interference With Contract and Defamation' We Have Details on Upcoming Episodes of The Flash, Arrow, Supergirl, and Riverdale! Cosmic Ghost Rider Makes Thanos the Image of Himself What the Original Justice League Odyssey[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #5 Review: A Solid if Unexciting Finale

That said, I am content just watching the Astonishing Ant-Man and the Unstoppable Wasp teaming up.There is an arbitrary cliffhanger at the end that will likely only be resolved if Mark Waid gets and Ant-Man and the Wasp ongoing out of this Unfortunately, there’s been no rumor of that as far as I know.[caption id="attachment_915428"[...]

Doctor Strange #4 cover by Jesus Saiz

Doctor Strange #4 Review: A Good Story Needlessly Complicated

Mark Waid tells a compelling Doctor Strange, and there’s a good payoff to this issue Stephen must accept things about himself that he doesn’t like, and the ending promises some cool changes to Strange’s comic coming up Stephen Strange is a very flawed hero, and this comic highlights that in an interesting and kinda gutsy[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and the Wasp #4 Review: The Case for Quantum Entanglement

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ant-Man and the Wasp are caught in opposing frequencies. Wasp is worried that, left unresolved, this could lead to the two being caught apart and in the Microverse forever. Thankfully, Burr comes up with a solution, and all three return to Earth safely—or do they? Some things are off about this world, and […]

Doctor Strange #3 cover by Jesus Saiz

Doctor Strange #3 Review: Surprisingly Deep Skrull Analysis

The book is damn gorgeous.Doctor Strange #3 is another strong issue from Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz The story is tight, concludes within the issue, and present Stephen Strange as the compelling and fascinating protagonist he should be The art is gorgeous to boot, sealing the deal on this book earning another recommendation Check it[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #3 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 Review: Are You the Ant-God?

Israel Silva’s color work is similarly wild and varied, though it could use some brightening given the wild narrative tone and characters.Ant-Man and The Wasp #3 is another fun if somewhat thin entry in the Mark Waid miniseries Scott and Nadia get plenty of good moments and lines of dialogue, and the aliens have a[...]


Doctor Strange #2 cover by Jesus Saiz

Doctor Strange #2 Review: Brisk Pacing and Gorgeous Art

Can she help Stephen access magic again?[caption id="attachment_871983" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #2 cover by Jesus Saiz[/caption]Doctor Strange under Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz is already showing a pacing and expertise which few other comics have matched in the past This chapter in the story—that is Stephen being trapped on this alien world—already reaches a[...]

Captain America #704 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #704 Review: A Confused Mess of an Ending

That aside, he, alongside Jordie Bellaire’s excellent color work, makes this a visually appealing issue.Captain America #704 is a disappointing finale to this last story arc of Mark Waid’s stint on the title Its resolution is both disconcerting and unsatisfying, and Jack Rogers turns from a beleaguered father to someone who is a little too[...]

Ant-Man and the Wasp #2 cover by David Nakayama

Ant-Man and The Wasp #2 Review: Watch Your Step

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] A subatomic society has come under attack by a relatively large foot that is crushing their society. That foot belongs to Wasp, aka Nadia van Dyne, who is still currently blind after the events of last issue. Ant-Man, aka Scott Lang, is busy trying to repair her eyes from the molecular level, but […]

Captain America #703 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #703 Review: The Story Comes Into its Own

Jordie Bellaire and Irma Kniivila contribute the color art, which is bright, lively, and well balanced too.Captain America #703 is easily the best issue of this story arc and hopefully signals a turning point for the better in Mark Waid’s final tale in the series It’s fast-paced, Jack Rogers has come into his own as[...]