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Alan Moore's Original Proposal for America's Best Comics

Published by WildStorm/DC in the nineties and noughties, it consisted initially of Tom Strong, Promethea, Tomorrow Stories Top 10 and The League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen It remains a high point of DC Comics' publishing line over the decades Until Dunbier posted it, it had never been seen publicly before So Bleeding Cool transcribed it for[...]


JH Williams III Was Only Alan Moore's Fourth Choice to Draw Promethea

Scott Dunbier was the editor of Alan Moore's America's Best Comics line at WildStorm/DC Comics It wasn't the easiest of tasks In recent days, Dunbier has been sharing some of its history on social media Including encouraging people to guess who the three people who turned down drawing Promethea were, before JH Williams III accepted[...]

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First Page Of Alan Moore Gen 13 Script For DC Comics Revealed

Dunbier was Alan Moore's editor-of-choice when at WildStorm Gen-13 is the teen superhero team created by Jim Lee, Brandon Choi, and J Scott Campbell for WildStorm.Dunbier shared with us that he was going to sit down and read it Eight years later, Dunbier is going to share the first page with us as well[...]

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Rick Remender Shares Art from DC Comics Pitches That Might Have Been

We even got to read part of a Namor pitch that was basically Frank Miller's Daredevil: Born Again meets The Little Mermaid, and a wild Hearts of Darkness sequel pitch that would have seen the invention of Cosmic Ghost Rider, Doctor Strange in a polyamorous relationship with Clea and Brother Voodoo, and vampire Wolverine and[...]

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Will Marvel and DC Give Comics Its Big Crossover? #PleaseMarvelDC

I have also heard rumours that we may see a more immediate independent comic book crossover including Donny Cates, other A-list creators, and a bunch of creator-owned characters, as part of an Image Comics superhero universe crossover that will also include DC's Wildstorm books Again, that is all still to come.But that hasn't stopped big[...]

Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, What in the World Happened to Peter Milligan's Zombistas!?

Jim Lee, Dan DiDio, What in the World Happened to Peter Milligan's Zombistas!?

Back in the late noughties, Peter Milligan wrote a comic book for WildStorm called Zombistas!, described as a zombie-story set in Mexico and California about an American company who are trying to create the perfect non-unionized labour force, talking about it saying "there's some politics in there, using the walking dead guys as a way[...]

'The Boys': Making the Move from Comic Book to Screen [VIDEO]

The clock continues ticking down (a little too slowly for our liking, if we're being completely honest) to the premiere of Amazon Prime Video's adaptation of Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson's comic book series The Boys on July 26th. Now over the past few weeks, viewers have been treated to introductions to superhero team The Seven as well as anti-supes squad […]

The Boys: Rampage's Jack Quaid Set as Hughie in Amazon Series

Usher (Survivor’s Remorse) as The Seven member, A-Train, a superhero faster than a speeding train; Chace Crawford (Gossip Girl) as The Seven member The Deep, an aquatic hero; Nathan Mitchell  (iZombie) as Black Noir, a masked superhero with fighting and Set martial arts skills; and Erin Moriarty (Jessica Jones) as Starlight/Annie, a young woman who can make lightning bolts flash from[...]

The Boys: Amazon Casts Five More for The Seven's Roster

Usher (Survivor’s Remorse) and Nathan Mitchell (iZombie) are set to join Jessica Jones' Erin Moriarty as leads in the streaming service's adaptation of Garth Ennis (Preacher) and Darick Robertson's (Happy!) comic book series.Created for series by Eric Kripke (Supernatural) and with Preacher‘s Evan Goldberg and Seth Rogen set to direct, here's an overview of the comic[...]

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Amazon Orders Garth Ennis And Darick Robertson's 'The Boys' To Series

Moritz’s studio-based Original Films.The Boys ran for 72 issues between 2008 and 2012, initially published by Wildstorm for the first six issues before moving to Dynamite Entertainment for the remainder of its run Here's a quick overview of the comic book series: THIS IS GOING TO HURT! In a world where costumed heroes soar through the[...]

DCU Elements Will Come To Wildstorm Universe, "Weirdly Warped As Only Warren Ellis Can Do"

Back in July, DC Comics teased some mixing between the proper DC universe and Warren Ellis's Wildstorm universe when they revealed in a press release about the upcoming Wild Storm spinoff, Michael Cray: Warren Ellis’ critically acclaimed relaunch of WildStorm gets its first solo spinoff series! Michael Cray, professional assassin, has been betrayed by International Operations[...]

Wildstorm Universe Expands With Michael Cray Solo Book, Teasing A DCU Crossover

DC has announced a new book in its rebooted Wildstorm universe coming in October Wildstorm: Michael Cray will expand on Warren Ellis and Jon Davis-Hunt's The Wild Storm Written by Bryan Hill (with "contributions" by Ellis) and drawn by N Steven Harris and Dexter Vines, the solicit (and DC's press release) hints at a DCU[...]

DC Comics To Publish Original Uncensored Authority By Mark Millar And Frank Quitely

In the year 2000, DC Comics started censoring The Authority by Mark Millar and Frank Quitely, the flagship comic book from Wildstorm, the Jim Lee-started publisher that DC Comics had purchased.We recently looked at the Wildstorm Oral History account of what went down in those days.David Baron: They didn’t quite like it This was no secret, I’m[...]

Today's Essential C2E2 Panel, DC Essential, Was Basically, Y'Know, Essential

Comics it was Battle for the Cow. Then Orlando said something along the lines of "I can't believe it's not the Justice League is his top funny comic." The Benson Sisters went for Birds of Prey (and that they really dig Gail Simone's work). Then Lucifer, Preacher, izombie all got somewhat combined as they all talked about them more[...]

How Mark Millar's Take On Legion Of Superheroes Almost Got Planetary Cancelled

The WildStorm Oral History has been released A massive collection of interviews with people who worked at or worked for Jim Lee's WildStorm Studios in the nineties and noughties before - and after - the DC Comics buyout, stripped and stranded chronologically and by theme And what better time to release it than on WildStorm's 25th[...]