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An Open Letter To Axnar's Alec Peters From Siike Donnelly

Siike Donnelly is a comic book  creator. He writes an open letter to Alec Peters, who recently responded to Paramount's guidelines for Star Trek fan films, considering his own planned and crowdfunded film Axnar. Dear Alec Peters, You don't own any percentage of the Star Trek IP. Recap time. You have an idea for a […]

Comikaze 2015: Indie Creators Share Self-Publishing Experience

By Michele Brittany, SoCal Correspondent Why is self publishing so important? On Saturday afternoon at Stan Lee's Comikaze, the panel Indie Creators, Unite! A Guide to Self-Publishing explored that question. Moderator Fanboy Comics' Managing Editor Barbra Dillon was joined by Siike Donnelly (Solestar, The King of Neverland); William Orr (Hunter Black); Kevin Bieber (Man vs. […]

New Crowdfunding Book Provides ABCs To Success

By Michele Brittany, West Coast Correspondent Traversing crowdfunding for one's project can be a daunting endeavor. The task of asking for morale support and money from friends and strangers for a project that is personal makes success or failure all the more poignant for the person looking for funding. Through trial and error, writer/creator Madeleine […]

The Bleed 2.6 : Reading Archer & Armstrong With Omar Spahi And Siike Donnelly

By Joseph Kyle Schmidt and Chase Magnett The Bleed is a weekly podcast by Bleeding Cool contributors Joe Schmidt and Sam Morse. The podcast consists of the latest news in comics, creator interviews, and a weekly book club discussion. Unfortunately, Sam could not make this episode but when he's replaced by someone as awesome as Chase Magnett, we can […]

Monomyth – What If Adam And Eve Never Ate The Apple

On October 22nd the third and final issue of Monomyth comes out from OSSM Comics. The story is written by Siike Donnelly with art by Eric Ninaltowski and it is basically a rebooting origin story for the bible. Here Michael and Lucifer fight and both fall from heaven. It's Michael's plan to lead the angels […]

The Five Keys To Success In Indie Comics At Long Beach Comic Expo

By Michele Brittany, a West Coast Bleeding Cool Correspondent I think just about every comic book aficionado at one point or another entertains the "what if" thought of writing a story, illustrating it, and having it published by one of the big two in the business. The spark usually smolders. It can be difficult to […]

FCBD Los Angeles – A New Editor And Publisher's Take

Siike Donnelly writes for Bleeding Cool: They say Christmas only comes once a year, but nerds know that's not true. Beyond getting healthy doses of comics, TV shows, novels, movies & more, there's a special day on the first Saturday of every May where we can all get our hands on some FREE COMIC BOOKS. This year, […]

Building a Comic Company – A Look At OSSM Comics

 Siike Donnelly writes: Building a company isn't easy. I know I'm not blowing anyone's minds by typing that, but it seemed best to start with something obvious. One of the only things I've ever done in that regard in my life was start The Naïve Project, which we used to gather 72 comic artists and […]

An OSSM Comics Holiday Gift – Sneak Previews of Thaniel, Separators, Monomyth

Siike Donnelly writes: In the past, Alex Wilson has been kind enough to review the first book by OSSM Comics, Xenoglyphs, and Rich Johnston has been overly gracious in publishing those stories, while also helping me spread the word on a project very close to my heart. Recently, I underwent a procedure where coils were […]

The Man Who Stole Spider-Man #700. And The Man Who Stopped Him.

Siike Donnelly is an occasional contributor to Bleeding Cool and has written at length about his brain aneurysm and how he believed comic books helped him through recovery. He's also a podcaster and has a Kickstarter on the go for his comic Solestar. He also works at Golden Apple Comics in Los Angeles. Two days […]

A Naïve Project by Siike Donnelly

Siike Donnelly writes for Bleeding Cool; The last time I wrote for Bleeding Cool was just after WonderCon, going on about how fictional heroes have inspired me to do more good deeds – to try and be better. From donating to Hero Initiative and the Horn of Africa to volunteering time to feed the homeless […]

The Most Talked About Panel At Megacon – Siike Donnelly

Siike Donnely writes for Bleeding Cool; Since yesterday was all about DC and the chunks of news I was able to pry out of people, today I wanted to talk about a group that also deserves as much attention as the big guys- the incredibly talented and unsung heroes of Artist's Alley. Gene Hoyle and […]

Siike Donnelly Talks To Darwyn Cooke About Before Watchmen. A Little Bit.

Siike Donnelly is attending Megacon for Bleeding Cool. And he just bumped into Darwyn Cooke, briefly, who is appearing at the show. Guess what they talked about… Siike: I'm a big fan. I loved your work back to the Batman Beyond intro on the cartoon… can you give me any details on Minutemen? When it […]

Siike Donnelly Is Going To Megacon. Here, Let Him Tell You How Excited He Is.

Siike Donnelly writes for Bleeding Cool; Ever since my first convention in 1999, I've been an avid fan of going to panels. Meeting the creative minds behind some of my favorite comics, getting the opportunity to ask them questions that have been plaguing my mind since finishing the final pages of their books, has always […]