As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Orphan Blade by M. Nicholas Almand and Jake Myler from Oni Press. While Almand is unfortunately no longer with us, it shows that he was a man full of brilliant ideas and a passionate world builder in the medium of comics.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Ciudad by Ande Parks, Joe & Anthony Russo, and Fernando Leon Gonzalez from Oni Press. It’s definitely an action-packed kind of comic, with car chases and shoot-outs aplenty.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week I had the chance to interview Michele Nitri, the editor of U.D.W.F.G. from Hollow Press. We talk about the inspiration of the anthology, underground comics, and what horrible things still await us in upcoming volumes.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Toy Story That Time Forgot from ABC. Bottom-line: I want a Battlesaur action figure ASAP! Why couldn’t I be born in the time of now?!
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review U.D.W.F.G. Volume 2 by Mat Brinkman, Miguel Angel Martin, Tetsunori Tawaraya, Ratigher, and Paolo Massagli from Hollow Press. It’s one of the best horror comics/collections/anthologies out right now, and if they continue down this path of greatness, I have no doubt that they’ll be a household name for art/comic fans this time next year.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever from Lifetime. At last, a Christmas movie that makes the Star Wars Holiday Special look amazing by comparison.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review the first 10 episodes of Gotham on FOX. In my opinion, the show does a lot of things right for the Batman mythos.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This past weekend I attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and had the chance to interview Jackson Lanzing of Archaia & BOOM! Studios. We talk all-things Hacktivist 2, Joyride, upcoming projects and much more!
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This past weekend I attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and had the chance to interview Sebastian A. Jones of Stranger Comics and the I Am book series. We talk all-things Stranger Comics, upcoming prose projects and much more!
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This past weekend I attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and had the chance to interview Mike Mayhew of The Star Wars (Dark Horse) fame. We talk all-things Star Wars, photo-realism and much more!
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This past weekend I attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and had the chance to interview Tony Fleecs of My Little Pony (IDW Publishing) fame. We talk all-things Ponys, upcoming projects and much more.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This past weekend I attended Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo and had the chance to interview Tom Neely and Keenan Marshall Keller of The Humans (Image Comics). We talk all-things apes, Henry & Glenn, and much more.
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review Costume Quest: Invasion of the Candy Snatchers by Zac Gorman from Oni Press/Double Fine Productions. It’ll make you feel privileged having access to candy, for not all Grubbins have that luxury. *cue Sarah Mclaughlin music*
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review There is a Cat on the Internet! by R. Stevens from Oni Press. Cats and robots: what’s not to love?
As most of you know, I write for Bleeding Cool. This week, I was given the opportunity to review The Auteur by Rick Spears, James Callahan, and Luigi Anderson from Oni Press. It’s the most deranged comic you’ll read and love all year!