Giant Robots, Ninja Turtles, Monster Motors And More – Talking With Nick Roche

By Spencer Ellsworth Nick Roche got his start as a comics artist at IDW Publishing, illustrating and soon writing the company’s incarnation of Transformers. He’s best known for the incredible Last Stand of the Wreckers (co-written with James Roberts), a sort of Saving Private Ryan with giant robots. He has also worked on Teenage Mutant… Read more »

Giant Robots, Ninja Turtles, Monster Motors And More – Talking With Nick Roche

Processing The Troop: Behind The Page With Joshua Cassara

Posted by Olly MacNamee With our recent coverage of Noel Clarke and Joshua Cassara new comic The Troop debuting from Titan Comics December 9th at a comic shop near you, we asked Cassara whether he could share the procedures he takes from pencil, to pen to printed page. This is what he kindly shared with… Read more »

Processing The Troop: Behind The Page With Joshua Cassara

What Bengal Wants: More Wolverine Covers & Work With Rick Remender

By Abdulkareem Baba Aminu When I met the fan-favorite comic book artist called Bengal at the Magnetic Press booth (thanks to the awesome David Dissanayake) during SDCC 2015, he was sketching cards for a fan. Soon as he was done, he spared me some time for the short interview below. Born in 1976, he has… Read more »

What Bengal Wants: More Wolverine Covers & Work With Rick Remender

A Story That Keeps You Coming Back For More – We Stand On Guard So Far (#1-4)

By Chris Hayden In his new series We Stand on Guard, writer Brian K. Vaughan, famous for his masterpiece Saga, continues to do what he does best: Construct memorable worlds and interesting characters in record time, sucking readers into some of the most original and thought provoking stories available at your local comic book store…. Read more »

A Story That Keeps You Coming Back For More – We Stand On Guard So Far (#1-4)

‘Let’s Start A System Where The Creators Get Most Of The Money’ – David Lloyd Talks ACES Weekly

By Olly MacNamee Best known as the co-creator of V for Vendetta, David Lloyd has just celebrated the third birthday of his digital-only ACES Weekly anthology title and I was able to catch up with Dave at the recent Leamington Comic Con where he was the star guest and ask him about digital distribution, anthologies… Read more »

‘Let’s Start A System Where The Creators Get Most Of The Money’ – David Lloyd Talks ACES Weekly

The Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Star Wars Shattered Empire, Invincible Iron Man, Karnak, Tokyo Ghost & More!

The Super Awesome Comic Review Show returns to Bleeding Cool, recorded at the one and only Astro-Zombies Comic Shop in Albuquerque, New Mexico. They say: Foxi’s Top 5 single issues for the week of Wednesday October 21, 2015. Books Featured: Marvel Comics: Star Wars Shattered Empire #4 Marvel Comics: Karnak #1 Boom! Studios:  Cognetic #1… Read more »

The Super Awesome Comic Review Show – Star Wars Shattered Empire, Invincible Iron Man, Karnak, Tokyo Ghost & More!

‘A Century’s Worth Of Pent Up Rage’ – Preview OGN Shaman From Locust Moon Press

It’s the story of the “neverending battle between good and evil” only death is just a state of mind. It’s also the first full length graphic novel from Locust Moon Comics, the folks who brought us Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream (a multiple award winner at the Eisners and the Harveys). It’s also written by… Read more »

‘A Century’s Worth Of Pent Up Rage’ – Preview OGN Shaman From Locust Moon Press

Mac’s Books Reviewed – Hushers: A Very Victorian Apocalypse & The Mysterious Mustafa Khan No. 2

By Olly MacNamee A monthly review spotlighting the best titles the industry has to offer. Well, has to offer me anyway. Other comic-book titles are available. Hushers: A Very Victorian Apocalypse (Markosia) Writer: Andy Winter Artist: Manuela Bassu Lebrino This may well be a very Victorian apocalypse, as Earth is threatened by impending doom at… Read more »

Mac’s Books Reviewed – Hushers: A Very Victorian Apocalypse & The Mysterious Mustafa Khan No. 2

From Strip To Script – Legends Of The Dark Knight

By Josh Hechinger Welcome to From Strip to Script, where I take a page of finished comic art and try to derive a script from it, to see what I can learn from the exercise. I think I’ve mentioned before that James Robinson’s work on Starman for DC was the comic that made me aware… Read more »

From Strip To Script – Legends Of The Dark Knight

Folklore Is ‘Older And Stranger’ In Cry Havoc – Si Spurrier In The Bleeding Cool Interview

Cry Havoc, the new Image series from Simon “Si”  Spurrier and Ryan Kelly was announced this week to much fanfare, including the endorsement of Alan Moore, from whom Spurrier continued the series Crossed +100. One of the series log lines, according to its newly launched Tumblr, is “Fear + Folklore + Firepower”. Having spoken with… Read more »

Folklore Is ‘Older And Stranger’ In Cry Havoc – Si Spurrier In The Bleeding Cool Interview