As usual, Bleeding Cool seems to get the first scoop on everything worthwhile in the comics industry. Taking the QR codes from each of the new DC in-house ads for several new relaunch titles led to pages on DC’s servers with unseen art on them.
Here are the pages that they managed to find. Some of them are original artwork scans.
Skullkickers is a book about two traveling mercenaries, a big bald guy and a short bearded dwarf, looking to make an honest living by getting paid for killing things – or people – they’re not very discerning. Things don’t often go as planned when it comes to these two, actually things never go as planned. Shorty and Baldy, as they’re affectionately known, tend to make a simple situation quite complicated and usually deadly.
In Five Funerals & a Bucket of Blood, the duo are wrongly set up as murderers by a group of faeries who have a beef with Urbia, the Capital city. Baldy and Shorty meet up with a den of thieves and their leader Pankey – who Baldy unsuccessfully tries to kill. This leads to a fight to the death with a horned ape in a battle pit inside the thieves’ den. As we see right at the start of this issue, the ape didn’t fare too well against Baldy. ↓ Read the rest of this entry…
The latest issue of Empire Magazine features more photos from the upcoming Judge Dredd movie starring Karl Urban. The photos also include Olivia Thirlby as Judge Anderson and Lena Headey as Madeline Madrigal aka “Ma-Ma”, the main villain of the film.
ComicVine is a site that never ceases to amaze with the amount of information they collect and make available to the entire fan community. This time they’ve gone above and beyond with the sheer number of San Diego Comic-Con 2011 cosplay pictures they have on their site – a total of 1,143 photos!
Having sifted through most of the images, I’m posting several that I really enjoyed. If you have some time to spare, you really should check out all of the images at ComicVineat this link.
Back in May 2011, Marvelannounced the end of Greg Pak’s run on Incredible Hulks and the cancellation of the title. Like most Marvel titles lately, all you have to do is wait a few months and they’ll come back as a newly numbered series with a fresh creative team. This time it’s The Incredible Hulk #1 written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by Marc Silvestri due out in December 2011.
Well, as promised, the secret “Reborn” title was announced at the San Diego Comic-Con on Saturday July 23rd. Cable: Reborn by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness will resurrect the popular Marvel character in December.
Comic-Cons are never short on cosplayers, and at the San Diego Comic-Con – being the largest of them all – you’re sure to be surrounded by them! FOX40 KTXL-TV in Sacramento, CA took it upon themselves to run a gallery of 100 images of the Babes of Cosplay.
Being a diligent reporter, I couldn’t pass up this story. Here are a few of the women cosplayers that the intrepid reporters at FOX news documented. You can view the entire 100 image photo gallery at FOX40 News.