TIME Came to Bendis’ House to Talk to Him About Superman

It was cool! Watch it below.


JINXWORLD at Rose City Comic Con 2018

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Jinxworld is headed to Rose City Comic Con for all three days, September 7-9. Stop by the Oregon Convention Center in Portland for special events, giveaways, and more! Get your tickets at rosecitycomiccon.com and check out our events page to see what we’ll be up to.


Bendis on the Apolitical Politics of Scarlet

Newsweek interviewed Brian about bringing back his revolutionary heroine, Scarlet. Want to learn about the politics of social collapse and a one-woman war on injustice? Check it out!

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Den of Geek on the Future of Jinxworld

Den of Geek published an interview with Bendis about returning to Jinxworld and his creator-owned comics: Cover, Scarlet, United States vs. Murder, Inc., Pearl, and Takio. The gang’s all here!



Paste Magazine Picks Scarlet #1 as Required Reading

Thanks, Paste! Check out the complete list here.


“Pearl #1 is a Gorgeous Crime Comic”


 But don’t take our word for it! Check out IGN’s review of the first issue of Bendis’ new comic, Pearl, to see all the nice things they had to say about us.


Bendis on Making Pearl

Brian talked to Rosie Knight at Nerdist about the process behind Pearl, his new creator-owned Jinxworld comic with Michael Gaydos. Learn about how the two worked on the idea for the comic for almost a decade here.

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Newsarama Pearl Preview

Newsarama interviewed Bendis to preview Pearl. They talked about tattoos, assassins, and… oh yeah, comics! Give it a read!

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“Michael Bendis Survived a Near-Death Experience–Now He’s Ready to Make the Best Comics of His Career”

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Bendis = Comics, Tattoos and Revolution

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Entertainment Weekly talked to Brian about his new work at DC. There’s no beating that headline, so you’ll just have to check it out yourself!


Bendis Says Goodbye to Miles Morales


Gizmodo published an article about the real-life inspiration for Brian’s goodbye to Miles Morales. Not to spoil it, but let’s just say that all friends are super friends.


Superman Turns 80!

Brian sat down with The Mothership podcast to talk about eight decades of the Man of Steel. Check it out below:

Meanwhile, WKYC in Cleveland made a great video about 80 years of Superman and his Cleveland roots. Definitely worth a watch!


Facing Death and Why America Still Needs Superman

Bendis talked to the Daily Beast leaving Marvel, bringing back Superman’s red undies, and the time he almost died. Read it here!

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Screen Shot 2018-09-04 at 11.07.22 AMBendis Makes His Superman Debut with Action Comics #1000

UPI did a write-up on Brian’s Superman premiere celebrating the 80th anniversary of Superman along with a bevy of other amazing artists and writers.

We can’t think of a better way to start than this 80-page issue making 80 years of a great character. Read the article here!




“Can This Man Save Superman?” Asks the New York Times

There’s only one way to find out… by reading Superman, of course!  This article from the New York Times about Brian’s very busy year is a pretty good read, too.

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Jinxworld in The Hollywood Reporter

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Brian talked to The Hollywood Reporter about two of his new Jinxworld comics, Pearl with David Mack and Pearl with Michael Gaydos. Read it!


Bendis on Jinxworld, DC, and Superman in Forbes

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Brian gave Forbes an exclusive preview into the future of his work at DC and Jinxworld, including his upcoming Man of Steel miniseries. Take a look to get his thoughts on Superman, his original characters, and much more.


Cleveland Rocks

Last fall, Bendis returned to his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio for a wedding. While there, he visited a Superman exhibit at the Cleveland Library. Although the Man of Steel may have been born on Krypton, Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster brought him to life in Ohio. Brian’s visit helped him realize that he wanted to be the next Clevelander to tell Superman’s story. You can read all about it on Ceveland.com or click the image below to go to their gallery.

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As some of you may have noticed, we had some big changes happen this year!


Bendis on Creating Riri Williams

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Check out TIME’s interview with Bendis about how he decided to make 15-year-old super genius Riri Williams Marvel’s new Iron Man, Ironheart.


Bendis at TEDxCLE

Brian went to Cleveland to talk about making comics. The secret is to just make them! Watch it below:


Riri Williams Now on Sale!

Riri Williams in the all-new INVINCIBLE IRON MAN!



Bendis talks Miles Morales on Late Night With Seth Meyers!



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