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John Paul Leon's Family Issue Statement and Fundraiser In His Memory
Donators in the last few hours have included Tom Mason, Walter Simonson, Jim Lee, Micheline Pitt, Rey Armenteros, Chris Ferguson, Kelley Jones, Dave Johnson, Jimmy Palmiotti, Ford Gilmore, Don Cameron, Dennis Calero, David Hahn, George Pratt, Bryan O'Malley, Daniel Zalkus, Dustin Nguyen, Sam Humphries, David Brittingham, Schannan E Rose, David Harper, Paul Reinwand, Jeff Parker,[...]
Steven Grant Has A Big Idea To Bring Back The Punisher For Marvel
While Steven Grant did not create The Punisher for Marvel Comics, he does have the reputation for making The Punisher what we know him for today In 19885, he wrote the first Punisher solo series, turning the character from a Spider-Man villain into a protagonist in his own right He would become one of Marvel's[...]
The Daily LITG, 22nd October 2019, Happy Birthday Steven Grant
It's not impossible… The 10 most-read stories yesterday Wizards' October "State Of The Game" For "Magic: The Gathering: Arena" Gorr the God of God Butchers Returns in King Thor #2 [Preview] Superman Is Out To Kill Batman In A New Prime 1 Studio Statue Robocop Meets Wolverine Meets Memento – Vin Diesel and Guy Pearce in First Official Bloodshot Trailer[...]
Moon Knight #189 cover by Jacen Burrows and Mat Lopes
If that's not bad enough, the self-proclaimed avatar of Ra is making moves across the city. Marc Spector goes through a successful day as Steven Grant before seeing the news story about the Truth's disaster He subsequently dons the cowl of Moon Knight and goes to confront the rogue. Moon Knight #189 cover by Jacen Burrows and[...]
Now Joshua Hale Fialkov Jumps On Pacific Rim Comic – And You Can Win!
It's time the world found out what she is truly capable of. And the five-issue Cops For Criminals by Steven Grant and Pete Woods. When a federal agent becomes a victim of the system he has sworn to uphold, he finds true justice in the criminal underworld Agent Woods was one of the best – but everything changed when[...]
Writer's Commentary – Steven Grant On Jennifer Blood: Born Again #2
Steven Grant's new take on a Garth Ennis character continues with Jennifer Blood: Born Again #2 and we have the writer's commentary about the new issue. I once made the comment that all writing is problem solving Some people took that as dismissing creative aspects of the work in favor of the craft and mechanics Had[...]
Review: Jennifer Blood: Born Again #1 – It Feels Very Scottish
This is a review of the recently released Jennifer Blood: Born Again #1 by Steven Grant and Kewber Baal and will contain spoilers. On the surface, the character of Jennifer Blood isn't much more than a female Punisher or a gun toting version of the Huntress Her origin is a mix of the two with her[...]
"She's Sane, But She Has Bad Habits." – Steve Grant Talks Jennifer Blood
Steven Grant is probably best known for his run on The Punisher as well as his recent story-turned-film, 2 Guns Now he is tackling the Jennifer Blood character created by Garth Ennis Byron Brewer caught up with the writer to talk about how the new series came about and why he likes working for different companies. BYRON[...]
Steven Grant Gets Bloody With Jennifer Blood: Born Again
Another announcement from Dynamite at the Diamond Retailer Seminar is a new Jennifer Blood series by The Punisher and 2 Guns writer Steven Grant. Jennifer Blood is a character created by Garth Ennis and is now in the hands of Grant who worked on some of the most character defining Punisher stories with artist Mike Zeck[...]
Tuesday Runaround – The Origin Of Assassin's Creed In Steven Grant's X
His answer "Doesn't matter; they just have." The perfect origin. — BRYAN HITCH (@THEBRYANHITCH) February 18, 2014 X-CREEDINGLY LIKELY Was Assassins Creed ripped off from Steve Grant and Dark Horse Comics' X series in the nineties? That's the allegation. In X #6, Steven Grant finally brings it all back together and is the first to recombine elements of  modern[...]
Writer-Owned? Or Creator-Owned?
This was a tweet from Mark Waid, presuming regarding the film 2 Guns, based on a screenplay by Steven Grant, and the 2 Guns comic from Boom! drawn by Mateus Santolouco Mark Waid was, until fairly recently, editor-in-chief of Boom! Studios. Grant declined to comment, but encouraged people to speculate as they wish and invited Waid[...]
BC Mag #5: Freelancing Guns
Bleeding Cool Magazine interview with Eric Esquivel and Steven Grant Eric Esquivel is living the dream He's the new kid on the block at BOOM!, working on the Freelancers series, and a guy who is very passionate about comics And we had the opportunity to bring his youthful enthusiasm to a candid conversation with Steven Grant,[...]
Universal's 2 Guns Gets A Reshuffle: Wahlberg in, Russell and Vaughn Out
It looks like Universal Pictures are taking one step forward and two steps back with their movie adaptation of the Steven Grant and Mataes Santolouco comic series 2 Guns The project originally had director David O Russell onboard with Vince Vaughn playing one of the two leads The original comic was a double-crossing con thriller[...]
Look! It Moves! #77: Japan's Watchmen And Japan's Battlestar Galactica
I hope it'll have subtitles. ________________________________________________________________ And now, the conclusion of Bleeding Cool's first fiction serial by Adi Tantimedh and premier PUNISHER writer Steven Grant. Depraved London media wag Alan Brond and his producer girlfriend Yvonne finally take the war to the enemy, with a reality TV crew in tow filming them live… BROND ON THE RUN By Adisakdi Tantimedh[...]
Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh #76: More Dead, More Walking, Less Braaains!
And then things get complicated and worse after that, because that's the nature of serial soap opera.  WALKING DEAD is essentially a soap opera that just happens to have zombies as the fuel to keep its engine running. But back to zombies.  Zombie movies before THE WALKING DEAD were generally treated as devices for metaphor, satire[...]
Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh #75: Cosmic Crap For Kids
There were six novels in the series. There was even a LENSMAN anime movie in the 1980s: And now, the seventh installment in Bleeding Cool's first fiction serial by Adi Tantimedh and premier PUNISHER writer Steven Grant. Debauched London media prat Alan Brond wants to find out how killed his archrival, the even-more-debauched critic Horace Pemfrey, and[...]
Look! It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh #73: The Condition Of Bond and The Problem of Superman
A double-helping of animated shenanigans this week. HOW DO YOU SOLVE A PROBLEM LIKE SUPERMAN? Remember Gay Disco Superman?  Many people would rather not. Emo hoodie Superman: Superman on the Couch.  Who can blame him? THE CONDITION OF BOND Goldeneye Wii: And now, the fifth installment in Bleeding Cool's first fiction serial by Adi Tantimedh and premier PUNISHER writer Steven Grant[...]
Look!  It Moves! by Adi Tantimedh #70: Brond On The Run Part 2
We present the second installment in Bleeding Cool's first fiction serial by Adi Tantimedh and premier PUNISHER writer Steven Grant.  You already know what goes on in Adi's mind, so find out what goes on in Steven's mind when he's not writing for Marvel, and what the two of them get up to when they[...]