MAN EATERS Review Brought To You By ESTRO CORP

This review is to promote boy health and safety. Do not believe the pro-cat propaganda. Women are dangerous, deadly, and cunning. Do not proceed further if you are weak to their purrs or to their charm. This is a review not for the weak, but for those who are ready to survive. What feels like […]

Bleeding Cool Recaps The Walking Dead Season 8: Episodes 1-4

After a mid-season finale that saw Rick (Andrew Lincoln) and his coalition beaten pretty hard but still not broken, a newly emboldened Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and the Saviors have driven our heroes underground. The Kingdom has been abandoned, with King Ezekiel (Khary Payton) captured. Alexandria burns under Negan's "scorched earth" retribution. The Hilltop readies […]

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Long Lost #3 Review: Growing Some Teeth

Another month brings another review of Long Lost. I've talked at length about how much I enjoy this series: so how does issue #3 stack up? Horror is the most prevalent piece of this issue. The way Francis and Piper play off of each other is set on the back burner in favor of spooky happenings. […]

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Happy! to Oblige: A Recap of Our Recaps Before Tonight's New Episode

So if you're like me you're probably going through a little Happy! withdrawal — but the wait's almost over, folks! Looks like the series took the week off the recharge the batteries because tonight's fifth episode, 'White Sauce? Hot Sauce?', seems to pick up where last episode's major cliff left us hanging: "Following a destructive family […]

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Mine! Review: A Powerful Collection of Stories Showing Planned Parenthood's Breadth of Help

The Mine! Anthology is available from December 27th, 2017 and includes work from Gail Simone, Sina Grace, Amber Benson, Vita Ayala, Magdalene Visaggio, Ann Nocenti, Cecil Castellucci, Lilah Sturges, Neil Gaiman, Mike Norton, among a huge array of incredible comics talent, including Bleeding Cool's very own Lauren Sisselman. The anthology was created in support of […]

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Batman #36 Review: The Dark Knight Does Meet-Cute and Friendship Well

Batman #36 from DC Comics by Tom King, Clay Mann, Seth Mann, Jordie Bellaire, and Clayton Cowles starts a new arc — one that actually makes for a fun jumping-on point for new readers, too. Exploring how Batman and Superman view their friendship, urged on with the news of Batman's engagement to Catwoman, the issue […]

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Runaways #3 Review: Feels Just Like Runaways At Its Best

Runaways #3 from Marvel Comics by Rainbow Rowell, Kris Anka, Matthew Wilson, and Joe Caramagna continues the new series of Marvel's teenage (and now older) runaways, and it keeps its streak as one of the best Marvel books out there right now. Following Nico, Chase, Old Lace, and the resurrected Gert as they try to […]


Iceman #7 Review: An Exciting New Start For The Frosty Mutant

Iceman #7 from Marvel Comics by Sina Grace, Robert Gill, Rachelle Rosenberg and VC's Joe Sabino picks up right where the previous issue left off, with Iceman and the former Champions facing down some make-shift Sentinels that a far more dangerous than your average special effect. Continuing the extrapolation of Bobby Drake's exploration of his […]

Marvel Legacy

Marvel Legacy #1 Review: Almost Perfect Refresh For The Marvel Universe…Almost

Marvel Legacy #1 from Marvel Comics, written by Jason Aaron and featuring art by Esad Ribic, Steve McNiven, Chris Samnee, Russell Dauterman, Alex Maleev, Ed McGuiness, Stuart Immonen, Wade Von Grawbadger, Pepe Larraz, Jim Cheung, Daniel Acuna, Greg Land, Jay Leisten, Mike Deodato Jr., David Marquez and Matthew Wilson (damn, that's a lotta dudes), is […]


Defenders #5 Review: Smart, Gritty And A Stunning Looking Book From Marvel

Defenders #5 from Marvel Comics by writer Brian Michael Bendis, artist David Marquez and colourist Justin Ponsor (with lettering by VC's Cory Petit) is an incredibly smart book that immediately pulls off something the Netflix Defenders series' all pulled – what seemed like an ending of the story last week was not really the end, […]

Dark Ark

Dark Ark #1 Review: Vampires, Dragons, And Harpies, Oh My!

Dark Ark #1 by Cullen Bunn and Juan Doe from Aftershock Comics decides to tell the biblical tale that the Holy Scriptures left out: if Noah built an Ark for all the natural creatures of Earth, what happened to the unnatural creatures? An interesting premise as we see a dark version of Noah, the sorcerer […]


Cadavers #1 Review: An Interesting And Relevant New Concept

One of the books I got my hands on at London Film and Comic Con was new series, Cadavers, by Mad Robot Comics, a group of writers and artists based out of a studio in Worthing. Cadavers tells the story of a group of supernatural refugees in a fictional country. Treated as second-class citizens, they […]