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Youngblood #2 Hits $100 on eBay After Prophet/Marc Guggenheim News

The character Prophet, created by Rob Liefeld, was intended to appear in his X-Force series in 1991, but he decided to pull the character for his then-planned creator-owned comics at Malibu Comics. We probably got Sauron instead. The supersoldier from World War II played on ice (yes another one) with religious zealotry first appeared in […]

Rob Liefeld's Prophet film has hired a writer.

Rob Liefeld's Prophet Getting Film Adaptation From Marc Guggenheim

Rob Liefeld comic character Prophet will get the big-screen treatment. Studio 8 will bring the character to life, with the help of writer Marc Guggenheim, who they have tapped to write the script. Studio 8 is looking to make this a franchise, with Adrian Askarieh (Hitman: Agent 47), Brooklyn Weaver (Run All Night), and Rob […]

Apex Legends Getting a New Character Names Prophet

Apex Legends has only been out a couple of weeks and already Respawn Entertainment are planning a new character release called Prophet. We've barely gotten to know the current cast of characters and explored what all of their combinations can do, but GamingINTEL has already found some code in the game for the ninth character […]

Prophet is the Next Image Comics Property to Get a Film Adaptation

Another comic book property is coming to the big screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Studio 8 has acquired the rights to Image Comics property Prophet to the big screen. The character is another creation of Rob Liefield and was introduced in the comic Youngblood in 1992. Prophet then got his own series in 1993. […]


Pop Culture Hounding Simon Roy Of Jan's Atomic Heart

By Chris Thompson [audio:http://popculturehound.net/podcast/PCHPodcastEpisode82.mp3] After last week's Hellboy Day specials with Mike Mignola and friends (which you can still listen to here), this time around I catch up with rising star Simon Roy (Prophet, Murder Book, Jan's Atomic Heart) ahead of this week's Emerald City Comicon. Simon & I discuss how he first broke into […]

Fanboy Rampage: Rob Liefeld Vs Stephen Platt

Stephen Platt was a comic artist who rose to prominence in the nineties, first drawing Moon Knight for Marvel and then Prophet for Rob Liefeld at Image/Extreme Studios and then his own book, Soul Saga. He was… rather popular, though not exactly prodigious in his output. He went to work in movies, and recently returned […]


Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – It Came, Astonishing X-Men, Black Manta, The Riddler, Mongul, Mister Freeze, The Walking Dead, Adventure Time: Candy Capers, Court Of Owls, Solomon Grundy, Avengers, Fantastic Four, Harley Quinn, Avengers Arena, Kick Ass 3, Trigon, Sidekick, Killer Frost, Prophet, Manhattan Projects, Indestructible Hulk, Hit List And Robocop

Another look through a bunch of this week's comics! The Carry On team debut in It Came, as official British Army soldiers to provide some much needed sexism and incompetence as a counter to… the existing sexism and incompetence of Dr Brett. Book of the week, by a long way. Dan Boultwood must be looking […]

Cammy's Covers – Manhattan Projects To Trillium

Cameron Hatheway writes; The Manhattan Projects #13 by Jonathan Hickman Glad to know that several pairs of Vans checkered slip-ons were recycled into making this cover. It's not entirely checkered, which makes the overall design that much more intriguing and appealing. Is there a pattern, or is it all just random? If there is a […]

Brandon Graham Not Talking About Animation And Movie Stuff (PANCAKE UPDATE)

When asked "Have you ever thought of doing anything else other than comics?", Prophet, Multiple Warheads and King City creator Brandon Graham told us; I've done some other stuff. I like comics best. Later this year it looks like I'll be messing around with some animation & maybe movie stuff but that's just side work […]

Prophet #33: A Frank Sangster Mystery

 Tom Huxley writes; It was the dead of night as Sangster entered the office. He calmly searched the vacant desk, taking in all he could find. Conventional stationary. A pot plant. Shipping invoices for a company specialising in fishing equipment; all perfectly above board. And, much to his surprise, a comic book: specifically, the […]


Fourteen Thoughts About Fourteen Comics – Wolverine & The X-Men, Axe Cop, X-Treme X-Men, Astonishing X-Men, Prophet, The Manhattan Projects, Eternity, Justice League Dark, Crossed, Comedian, Debris, X-Treme X-Men, Avengers, And Hit-Girl

  In Wolverine & X-Men, the artwork seems slightly off in places, Whilce Portacio anatomy put through a smoother filter, which doesn't quite work – except for one aspect. In that it emphasises Colossus' nature as a power mad nut job turning into a narcissistic monster, divorced from humanity – and it's clearly deliberate, as […]

Brandon Graham – Manga In The Microwave

Gavin Lees attending ECCC for Bleeding Cool. He brought back a lot. One of the most unlikely hits of 2012 has been Prophet — a revival of a 90s Rob Liefeld comic, written by an indie cartoonist who used to draw a comic about a boy and his drugged-up cat. Yet its writer, Brandon Graham, […]

The Return Of Stephen Platt

Who remembers Stephen Platt? Hyper textualised, hyper exaggerated, he was the ultime in the worst of what would later be called Image Comics style… and also the best. Every character, every page, every panel exploded in a mass of detail. Anatomy was for losers, especially when it could be covered in wood splinters, bullets or […]


Dealing Cool #2: A Retailer Perspective from Third Eye Comics

Welcome to the second installment of Dealing Cool, our new regular feature which shares retailer perspectives from among the racks and at the register.  Today, we're proud to present insight from Steve Anderson of Third Eye Comics.  Enjoy!     MY SHOP, DEFINED Set the stage for the Bleeding Cool viewer — what's the core […]

Speculator Corner – Adventure Time, Peter Panzerfaust, Thief Of Thieves, No Place Like Home, Fatale, Alpha Girl, Prophet, Road Rage, Dawn Of The Jedi, Crossed, Hell Yeah, The Manhattan Projects And Supurbia

After a bit of a lull, we have Image first issue fever on us again. Anything published in recent weeks with an issue 1 on it, is rocketing in value. Check your purchases over the last few weeks, they could fund your next trip to the comic shop. Take Fatale #1, successfully selling for $28. […]

Sixteen Thoughts About Sixteen Of Today's Comics – Superman, No Place Like Home, All Star Western, Wolverine And The X-Men, Teen Titans, Sixth Gun, Rasl, Justice League Dark, Flash, Dark Knight, Mondo, Prophet, Mighty Thor, Aquaman, I Vampire And Fantastic Four

Let me give them a plug at the top for a change. Today's comics, as ever, come courtesy of Orbital Comics of London. And here are sixteen thoughts about sixteen comics published today. There may be some spoilers but I'll attempt to avoid the big ones. Remember that issue of Uncanny X-Men from wayback where […]