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With an intriguing new science-fiction take on the storied monstrous concept, Hulk #1 brings forth an unexpected antagonist and twists the property in what seems like a new direction. Oddly enough, given the events of the horror-themed previous series, this is a smart continuation, not a reboot. Hulk #1 Cover. Credit: Marvel Comics The Hulk
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With a sweeping global scope and taut, engrossing plotting, Black Panther #1 steps up in a massive way by establishing T’Challa in Marvel continuity while giving him a lane all his own. This series is skillfully taking over the Winter Soldier lane of spies mixed with superheroes that effectively balances the Panther Clan’s chieftain’s many
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In 1992, Marvel launched the Marvel 2099 line featuring familiar Marvel characters reimagined for a dystopian future Marvel Universe in which America was controlled by oligarchs and their corrupt corporations.  Spider-Man 2099 was the most successful title of the line, featuring the character Miguel O’Hara, an Irish-Mexican geneticist who attempted to duplicate the original Spider-Man’s
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Bleeding Cool reported on one of the first identified Omicron cornonavirus victims being an attendee of AnimeNYC at the Javitz Center in New York City. But now the New York Times reports that about fifteen people of a group of thirty who attended the show with the infected man have also tested positive for coronavirus.
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The weekend has arrived, and the Omicron variant still hasn’t left yet! Fortunately, our plans for this weekend mostly just involve staying inside and reading for Weekend Reading 88! As always, we hope that you’ll share your reading plans with us! Let us know what you’re planning on paging through this weekend in the comment
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Welcome to Friday Night Previews, Bleeding Cool’s way of saying “thanks for the clicks” by giving you more opportunities to click on more articles, lovingly generated to 90% completion by a previewbot and then artfully enhanced with clickbait headlines and just enough commentary in the opening paragraph to meet Bleeding Cool’s clickbait SEO standards (and
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Welcome to Friday Night Previews, Bleeding Cool’s way of saying “thanks for the clicks” by giving you more opportunities to click on more articles, lovingly generated to 90% completion by a previewbot and then artfully enhanced with clickbait headlines and just enough commentary in the opening paragraph to meet Bleeding Cool’s clickbait SEO standards (and
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Friday night is upon us once again, and that means it’s time for another round of Friday Night Previews, the Bleeding Cool feature where we goose our article quota by auto-generating these mostly complete previews articles and then finish them off with a clickbait headline and a sentence or two of SEO-keyword-rich snarky commentary to
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The Beat’s Gregory Paul Silber has been accused of having a bit of an… obsessive personality. Each week in Silber Linings, he takes a humorous look at the weirdest, funniest, and most obscure bits of comics and pop culture that he can’t get out of his head. I took last week off Silber Linings for Thanksgiving, but
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