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Trump White House Will Not Seek to Revoke CNN/Jim Acosta Press Access

Reversing their decision on Friday to revoke the correspondent's press credentials once a temporary restraining order granted by Judge Timothy J. Kelly expired, The White House sent CNN's Jim Acosta a letter on Monday informing him that his press access was restored as well as outlining new rules for reporters. Some of the rules outlined in […]

CNN, Jim Acosta Granted Temporary Restraining Order in Trump Lawsuit

***UPDATE*** Judge Timothy J. Kelly granted CNN and Jim Acosta's request for a temporary restraining Thursday morning, ordering President Donald Trump and The White House to reinstate the correspondent's press credentials. Judge Kelly's decision was based on CNN and Acosta's Fifth Amendment claims, stating that The White House did not provide Acosta with any due process to […]

Fox News, More Support CNN in Trump/Acosta Lawsuit; White House Submits Brief (UPDATE)

***UPDATE*** Thirteen news groups/organizations have signed on to the following statement in support of CNN, including: The Associated Press, Bloomberg, Fox News, The Washington Post, First Look Media Works, Inc., Gannett, National Press Club Journalism Institute, NBC News, The New York Times, Politico, Press Freedom Defense Fund, E.W. Scripps Company, and USA Today Network: "Whether the news […]


FX, Hulu, and The New York Times All in on Docuseries 'The Weekly'

In a mash-up of media's past, present and future, cable network FX and streaming service Hulu are teaming up with The New York Times for The Weekly. Produced in conjunction with Red Arrow Studios' Left/Right (This American Life, The Circus), the weekly narrative docuseries will highlight key stories from the storied newspaper to tell the stories […]


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Join Bleeding Cool's 60 Minutes/Stormy Daniels Live-Blog Sunday Night

Sunday night is turning into a televised "perfect storm" of pop culture, presidential politics and the press — and since we know you're going to be watching anyway (no judgement), why not let your brothers-and-sisters-from-other-misters here at Bleeding Cool ride shotgun on the spiraling rollercoaster we call Stormy of the Century: Bleeding Cool's 60 Minutes/Stormy Daniels […]

Did ABC Just Stealth-Cancel Marvel's Inhumans?

With what might count as cut #998 in the possible demise of Marvel's Inhumans, ABC has removed press access to the series from its site. As originally pointed out by the folks over at SpoilerTV, the formal portal for the series on the press site now leads to a message that reads: "Error 404 Whatever was […]

Backlash And Harassment Discussed in Blastr's Women in Geek Media Panel At NYCC

John Odum writes for Bleeding Cool… Blastr's Women in Geek Media panel featured Fangrrls managing Editor Cher Martinetti, authors C.A. Higgins (Lightless) , Connie Willis (Crosstalk), and Sarah Kuhn (Heroine Complex), as well as Jamie Broadnax of Black Girl Nerds – who dropped into the panel a bit late, having to rush over from the […]


Antony Johnston Teases The Return Of The Coldest City…

Can you feel the chill? The Coldest City is a graphic novel by Antony Johnston and Sam Hart, published in 2013 by Oni Press and intended to be the first in a series of books all set in Berlin during the Cold War. Well, Charlize Theron is attached to a movie adaptation of that book. So clearly […]


Did You Know There's A New Alan Moore Comic Coming Out Today?

I say new. Obviously it's twenty-seven years old. Or at least, that's when it was written, at the same time as Watchmen. As a screenplay with Sex Pistols manager and fashionista Malcolm McLaren. And now, finally, it's been adapted as a comic. Music, fashion and something very very nasty. This is how Alan Moore describes […]

Explaining Avatar Comics To A Ten Year Old Girl

Jeffrey Whitelaw attended ECCC for Bleeding Cool. He was rather busy. Ah, the Avatar Panel. This was the only panel at ECCC where I actually felt like a fanboy. You're probably reading Bleeding Cool right now, so I don't need to explain to you why. It's also the reason I didn't write up the plugs […]

Has Antarctic Found A Way To Publish Zombie Kid?

Last year, Jeff Kinney, the author of Diary Of A Wimpy Kid took a restraining order against Antarctic Press for their publication of the comic Diary Of A Zombie Kid on trademark grounds. Antarctic Press complied with the order, and the comic disappeared from the shelves, while the two negotiated. But they'd already lined up […]

Going To A Comic Con This Year? Can We Come Too?

Being stuck in Blighty, does give me a slight disadvantage when going to comic conventions in America. And this time it seems that there are more attractive options than ever. Bleeding Cool is looking for people who may be planning to go to a convention anyway, to consider reporting back from the show for Bleeding […]

Swipe File: Zuda And Oni Press

One is the abandoned logo of an abandoned digotal comics line from DC. The other is the brand spanking new logo from Oni Press.   Note the sharp libe of the speech balloon, the face focus, the website… if only Zuda had included a pun in the logo as well…? Too much of a reach? […]

Brian Churilla's The Secret History Of DB Cooper From Oni In March

Brian Churilla, creator of Avengers And The Infinity Gauntlet and The Engineer: Konstrukt has a new monthly comic from Oni planned for March about the life of the unknown man who hijacked a plane in 1971, took $2000,000 in ransom and then parachuted away never to be caught. As the FBI are announcing new evidence in […]