Doomsday Clock #2 from DC Comics by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, and Brad Anderson comes out and continues the ongoing mystery of just what is the connection of the Watchmen world and the DC Universe — and what is Doctor Manhattan doing. Well, Johns may have added another wrinkle to this mystery with this issue.
Looking at the possibilities for who is the new [SPOILER] stalking around the scenes of DC's Doomsday Clock, the controversial sequel to Watchmen.
CBR published a very interesting theory on the notion that the real big bad of Doomsday Clock, the new 4-issue event from Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson coming November that promises to be the resolution of the DC/Watchmen/Rebirth mystery, may in fact be Superboy-Prime. It's a great article, with a ton of fantastic points[...]
A while back, when news broke about the new Astonishing X-Men series from Charles Soule and a rotating cavalcade of various artists, I posited a theory as
Today, Marvel and Square Enix announced they are in a partnership with a multi-game deal, starting with an Avengers focused project. A teaser trailer
Okay, so there is a comic book. Last week, you could buy it on eBay for less than $20 with no problem. But after yesterday's revelations, it has now sold
By Terry Hoknes, Here are the highlights of the comics that had the biggest buzz during the year and saw, in most cases, overnight growth in value.
Jaymes Reed is the letter on Crossed. But he has a more diverse past. As a comic creator, he debuted a character in the anthology comic, Best Cellars #1.
Jeremy Konrad attending NYCC for Bleeding Cool; When I first heard that I would be going to NYCC, I knew it was the chance of a lifetime. I also knew that
Everyone hates anthologies. It doesn't have ongoing characters or scenarios that might grip a reader from issue to issue. That $5 puts off readers as much as it does retailers. Reality Check Pros: Glen Brunswick has been creating a number of Image comics of late but this is his first in the more recent Image speculation era[...]
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Bleeding Cool Magazine article by Rich Johnston Amazing Spider-Man #600 is the beginning of where all this Doctor Octopus/Superior Spider-Man stuff we
Here's a look at comic books published in the last thirty years that, without variants, signatures or slabbing, actually sell copies for over a hundred
Nonplayer, the new upcoming comic by Nate Simpson from Image, received a spate of publicity before the Final Order Cutoff date for retailers to place
We didn't think it was going to be this hard. Bleeding Cool picked 27 #1 as a comic with speculation potential to watch last month Shortly afterwards we were told that the comic had suddenly sold out of its overprint at distribution level two weeks before it was supposed to ship (and three weeks before it[...]