"Harley Quinn," "Titans" & More: Bleeding Cool's SDCC 2019 DC Universe Live-Blog

Over the next four days, we'll be hosting live-blogs for a number of the buzz-worthy panels at play - today, it's a deep-dive into what DC Universe has in store for Titans, Doom Patrol, Harley Quinn and Young Justice: OutsidersĀ - and more: Universe Series Sneak Previews/Q&A7:00 p.m[...]

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

No Marvel Previews This Week? What Are They Hiding?

There are no Marvel Previews.Usually, Marvel ships out all the majority of their previews in a single blast to compliant media partner websites, of which Bleeding Cool is not one Then a few individual previews are passed out to Marvel's extra favoritest compliant media partner websites as EX-X-XCLUSIVES Adventures in Poor Taste usually gets one[...]

'Fear the Walking Dead' Season 5: AMC Unleashes New Action-Packed Images

With less than two months to go before AMC's Fear the Walking Dead returns for its fifth season, the cable giant continues its pre-season tease fest with the release of new action-packed images from the series' highly-anticipated return. From what we can see from the new images below – as well as the official trailer […]

Superman and Zod: Best Friends Forever? A Superman #9 Preview

DC Comics has released a preview of Superman #9, the next chapter in "The Great One" Brian Bendis's Unity Saga storyline. In this issue, Superman, his wife, son, and daughter attend a ceremony to celebrate World Peace Day, commemorating everyone's agreement to stop making war and adopt Superman's philosophies of peace. Wait, what? But that's […]

Deadpool Has a Stalker in Next Week's Deadpool #10

It seems like it was just last year when this latest volume of Deadpool launched at Marvel Comics. Well, that may be because it *was* just last year. Nevertheless, Deadpool is already set to end and get relaunched, news you of course heard first at Bleeding Cool, with Deadpool #15. That means with Deadpool #10 […]

Domino Fangirls Out Over the Black Widow in Next Week's Hotshots #1

Domino's solo series by Gail Simone and David Baldeon ended way too soon. Way too soon! Seriously, that book could have gone another thousand issues and we'd never get tired of it! Thankfully, Domino is back next week, even if it is just for the first issue of a five-issue mini-series. In a preview of […]

It's Not Good to Be the King in Next Week's Conan the Barbarian #4

A character played by the great Mel Brooks once famously said, in History of the World Part 1: "It's good to be the king!" But in next week's Conan the Barbarian #4, the titular barbarian finds out that this isn't necessarily true. Conan, it seems, is taking to ruling about as well as Donald Trump. […]

Beast Finally Gets What He Deserves in Age of X-Man: Prisoner X #1

Amongst all the X-Men characters who aren't Wolverine, Beast has to be the worst. This is a guy who once tried to take a cure for his mutant condition, a guy who turned on his childhood friend, Scott Summers. But in next week's Age of X-Man: Prisoner X #1, Beast finally gets what he deserves. […]

Gimmick Infringement Abounds in Next Week's Ziggy Pig Silly Seal Comics #1

Spinning out of that Deadpool issue a couple months back and in honor of Marvel's 80th anniversary, Ziggy Pig Silly Seal Comics is getting a revival next week in Ziggy Pig Silly Seal Comics #1. But these aren't the lovable anthropomorphic animals you remember (if you're 100 years old). Instead, this is a grim and […]

Revenge is a Dish Best Served Cold and British in Next Week's Killmonger Finale

Next week's final issue of Killmonger picks up one year after the events of the previous, with Knight having betrayed her teammates for S.H.I.E.L.D. and apparently earning a sweet London pad as a reward. But Killmonger has come looking for… though it took him enough time. Well, revenge is a dish best server cold, after […]

Sympathy for a Skrull in Next Week's Meet the Skrulls #1?

The shapeshifting alien race known as Skrulls are typically portrayed as villains, using their powers to infiltrate the Earth, impersonate heroes, and generally attempt to expand their evil space empire. But next week sees the launch of Meet the Skrulls, a 5-issue mini-series by Robbie Thompson and Niko Henrichon which aims to show Skrulls in […]

Thor Delivers Pain Therapy in Next Week's Avengers #16

Things aren't going so well for Robbie Reyes, the car-driving Ghost Rider (Ghost Driver?) of Los Angeles. After riding high on joining the Avengers and punching out a celestial, Robbie was caught up in War of the Vampires, a storyline meant to kill the time until War of the Realms kicks off so Marvel can […]

Batman Pulls a Fight Club in Wednesday's Detective Comics #999

If you haven't been following the recent storyline in Detective Comics, it would probably be difficult to explain. Thankfully, DC Comics has made as good an attempt as any on their website: Since taking over the title, Peter J. Tomasi and Doug Mahnke have been taking us on a brutal, somewhat surreal trip through Bruce […]

Next Week's Marvel Comics Presents Completely Breaks Continuity

Marvel Comics Presents was a classic anthology series from the 1980s, and Marvel has brought it back for their 80th-anniversary celebration. But in the new Marvel Comics Presents, each issue focuses on a different decade, with the 1950s featuring in Marvel Comics Presents #2 (and does this mean the series will end after 8 issues?). […]

Next Week's Daredevil #2 Tries to Bring Smoking Back to Marvel Comics

It was a rough time for long-time Marvel Universe smokers like Nick Fury and Wolverine when Joe Quesada banned smoking from Marvel Comics, under the premise that would negatively influence the *checks notes* mostly middle-aged readers of superhero comics since Marvel and DC do nothing to successfully market their comics to actual children, who wouldn't […]