planetary Archives

Today's Essential C2E2 Panel, DC Essential, Was Basically, Y'Know, Essential
Comics it was Battle for the Cow. Then Orlando said something along the lines of "I can't believe it's not the Justice League is his top funny comic." The Benson Sisters went for Birds of Prey (and that they really dig Gail Simone's work). Then Lucifer, Preacher, izombie all got somewhat combined as they all talked about them more[...]
N00bs, Purists And Free Comic Book Day
Never wanted to read Planetary – Sincerely a comics curmudgeon who has had enough of this type of thing. Orion TippensBeen reading comics for over 30 years, but never read Planetary Sorry I didn't earn your "respect" Nick LaneyWay to p-ss everyone off Free Comic Book Day. Bob MorrisIf you really disapprove of a comic book, you don't[...]
The Bleed Episode 2-3: Reading Planetary #8 With Lawrence Marvit
We're reading his collaboration with John Cassady and Laura Martin, Planetary. Specifically, Lawrence wanted to read issue #8 from the series, titled The Day the Earth Turned Slower. An ode to the horror films produced during the Red Scare (and so much more), this single comic is a perfect amalgam of what made the entire series of Planetary so special. You can download us if you're on the go here, and[...]
A Quick Run Through The Bleeding Forums…
So what exactly have my Little Bleeders been talking about today? Kenny finds the secrets behind Scalped at StandardAttrition. Gabriel reads Latino Review over the official and unofficial stories regarding the firing or non-firing of the GI Joe director. Patrick Drury wants more traded Casanova sooner rather than later. C Striker highlights the new Wildstorm blog, The Bleed with[...]
Planetary #27 to ship from DC/Wildstorm in October.
John Cassaday announced to the live audience of the 200th Comic News Insider podcast that the long awaited final epilogue issue of the superhero archeology series Planetary would be published in October. Planetary 1 shipped in early 1999, with an intended bi-monthly schedule, but personal and professional issues caused the book to go on hiatus, with[...]