The Biggest Guns in Human History "It's not the size that counts" does not seem to apply Epic 1970s French Space Comic Art DRB Time-Slice: Valérian and Laureline DRB Feel-Good Issue #35 Loads of cool and rare imagery Bizarre Buses Wacky...Show More Summary
Live action adaptations of comics have found their niche in primetime television. One set of super cool superheroes that won?t be getting their new show as expected is, sadly, the Teen Titans. Luckily, all hope is not necessarily lost. Click To Continue Reading
Hey, isn’t that… Paul Shore, the standup comic/actor whose white-hot fame of the early 1990s has cooled to something that could generously be described as a gentle simmer, grabbing a cocktail at The Alex in Georgetown on Monday? A spy says Shore sat alone as he sipped his drink and took in coverage of the Iowa caucus at the […]
I got a few e-mails from readers complaining about this late last week article at Bleeding Cool rounding up retailer complaints about the direction of last year's publishing plans by Marvel and DC Comics. There's a lot going on there,...Show More Summary
Why yes, that's right, this is the third day in a row of "Cool Stuff" posts! Honestly, there have been times I've considered creating a separate "Cool Stuff" blog, and open that up to the whole archive of photos I've accumulated over the years. Show More Summary
Batman’s ride has changed considerably through the years, and one cool redesign becomes some eye-catching art as the DC Comics Batman Batmobile Lighted Canvas Wall Art. Measuring 16? x 12?, this bat-tacular (spectacular using bat. get it?) canvas print features the Dark Knight racing through the night, possibly to stop the Joker’s nefarious scheme… or […]
“You’re much stronger than you think you are. Trust me.” All-Star Superman by Grant “Solaris is so cool, you guys” Morrison (writer), Frank Quitely (penciller), Jamie Grant (inker/colorist), Phil Balsman (letterer, issues #1-8), and Travis Lanham (letterer, issues #9-12). Published by DC, 12 issues (#1-12), cover dated January 2006 – October 2008. Some SPOILERS below, […]
Turtles 84 by Stationjack The Ninja Turtles always manage to stay on the cutting edge of cartoon cool, but back when they were less colorful characters starring in a comic book series by Eastman and Laird they were the absolute coolest. Show More Summary
Sure the Micronauts toys were cool, but what made the franchise a classic was the Bill Mantlo/Michael Golden ‘80s Marvel Comics series. Several publishers since, including Marvel themselves, have planned a return to the Microverse but now IDW is taking on the series—and io9 has an exclusive look! Read more...
Madman is one of the coolest comics characters to emerge in the past 25 years. A riff on Frankenstein in a cool costume, Madman blended Mike Allred’s clean pop-art sensibility with a uniquely weird and colorful set of characters. Read more...
Kevin Smith, who, you may have heard, likes comic books, is set to direct an episode of The Flash, which, you may have heard, is about a comic book hero. The Wrap reports that Smith's episode of The CW's massively popular series will air in May. Neither Smith nor The CW has... More »
Those of us who grew up reading comics spent many an hour daydreaming about what it would be like to have the powers of the heroes we read about. The debates about whether you'd rather have flight or invisibility went on for days and were never truly settled. Show More Summary
The hunt is a wonderful, terrible thing. A sentiment perfectly captured in this gorgeous, lightly animated, Bloodborne webcomic, The Master of the League. You ever run into something that just leaves you wondering "how the hell have I never heard of this before?" That's exactly how I felt when someone linked me to the wonderful Lordran and Beyond. Show More Summary
Links to various Best-Of-2015 comics and graphic novels lists. This entry will continue to be updated for as long as people End Of Year Lists Bleeding Cool CBR 01 CBR 02 CBR 03 CBR 04 CBR 05 Comicbook.com 01 Comicbook.com 02 ...Show More Summary
CSBG has a massive library of awesomely cool comic book moments, like the latest, celebrating Peter Parker's triumphant return as Spider-Man.
In their latest spotlight on cool comic book moments, CSBG looks at the return of Peter Parker as Spider-Man!
There is some "Captain America: Civil War" promo art drifting through the Internet out there, and it is pretty cool. The images feature several different characters, be it Falcon, Ant-Man, or Black Widow, and look very comic book-y.Show More Summary
Chris Claremont’s stories defined the X-Men, and the impact of Days of Future Past continues to echo throughout Marvel continuity to this day. So how did so much cool stuff come out of something so nonsensical?
What happens when Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman stop doing the superhero thing? Well, one thing that happens is the cool DC Comics 52 Week One Cover T-Shirt, featuring Wonder Woman’s sword thrust through the cape of Superman, while Batman’s cape and cowl covers the hilt. You don’t have to be into comic books to […]
You’re not into the Dark Knight’s cape or cowl but you’re seriously digging the utility belt look? The DC Comics Batman Reversible Belt and Buckle is the belt you’ve been looking for. You don’t get cool things like smoke bombs, grappling hooks, or Bat-Shark-Repellent but this 1 1/2? wide; 48? long belt does let you […]