Rod Lamberti of Rodman Comics of Ankeny, Iowa, writes weekly for Bleeding Cool. Find previous columns here. When I first started writing for Bleeding Cool, my intention was to help people who wanted to open a comic store. To show people what I went through to hopefully prepare themselves if they decided to become a small business owner. […] The post Face Masks Are Not Fascist, Just Polite – Comic Store In Your Future appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
The world can seem like a terrible and strange place sometimes, but at Bleeding Cool you can still read all about comics, TV shows, games, movies and more. Right now that seems to be a combination of Left Bros and Buffy. The Daily Lying In The Gutters, remains a long-running run around the day before […] The post Left Bros and Buffy in The Daily LITG, 13th July 2020 appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
A month ago, a number of women began telling stories, very similar stories, regarding what they saw as grooming at the hands of comic book writer, novelist and TV showrunner Warren Ellis. Today, almost seventy people, telling very similar stories, have helped put together a website, at SoManyOfUs.com. The website is signed by them, and […] The post SoManyOfUs.com Gathers Warren Ellis Accounts – Including Hypnotism appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
No Heroine #1 from Dead End Kids writer Frank Gogol has sold out at Diamond a full two weeks ahead of its 7/22 release. This is the second debut issue of a series to sell out for the young writer in the past year. Though the series from Source Point Press doesn't release for another two weeks, the retailer exclusives for No Heroine have […] The post No Heroine #1 Sold Out Two Weeks Ahead of Release appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
The impossibly perfect-looking character Claire Connell in Adventureman #2 — a former cop, current bookseller, 1/7 of an equally impossibly perfect and diverse set of sisters, looking like a mod Zooey Deschanel gone Kate Upton — spends much of this issue prevaricating before stumbling into the interesting world depicted in a recently discovered manuscript. This […] The post Adventureman #2 Review: A Decent Dash of Derring-Do appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
On Saturday, July 25th, Darryl McDaniels of Run DMC will have a panel at Comic-Con@Home – as opposed to at San Diego Comic-Con as was originally planned. He will be joined by GI Joe writer Larry Hama, Poison Ivy writer Amy Chu and Chew co-creator Rob Guillory, for a new comic joint project called Outta […] The post Run DMC Working With Larry Hama, Amy Chu and Rob Guillory on New Comic appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
Mika Song's Donut Feel The Squirrels comic book is published by Random House Graphic in September, the first in her Norma & Belly series, and her first published graphic novel, but she is already working on something totally different. Night Chef is a brand new a middle-grade graphic novel by Mika Song. Restaurants around the […] The post Mika Song Has a New Culinary Raccoon Graphic Novel, Night Chef appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
This is how Dynamite listed their upcoming panel for San Diego's Comic-Con@Home, replacing the San Diego Comic-Con this year. Dynamite's Two Huge Crossovers Revealed! Saturday July 25 – 10 AM PST Keeping hush with more details to come, this much can be slipped out. Two completely separate huge storylines are coming this fall and winter, […] The post Dan Abnett to Crossover Project Superpowers, Red Sonja and Vampirella appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
The team is in deep space and discovers themselves in deep philosophical trouble in Justice League #48. They stumble into a very messed up situation and, through a well-meaning but ultimately problematic phone call, make it dramatically worse. The core ideas here — an internecine struggle between two parts of an alien culture, the challenge […] The post Justice League #48 Review: Big, Relevant Ideas Here appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.
Back in mid-March, Bleeding Cool reported that the Comic Odyssey chain of comic book stores in Manila in the Phillippines, were closing due to fears around the coronavirus pandemic, as the government implemented strict quarantine rules. This happened weeks before retailers in the US or Britain followed suit, and was newsworthy at the time. While […] The post Comic Odyssey in Fort, Manila, To Close Permanently appeared first on Bleeding Cool News And Rumors.