Why is Gorilla Comics like Bugsy Siegel, besides they're both dead? The answer this week, in MASTER OF THE OBVIOUS
Augie looks at three upcoming books: 'Sojourn' from CrossGen, 'Codename: Knockout' from Vertigo, and 'Out There' from Cliffhanger.
Do you know what your comics are REALLY telling you? Find out in this week's YABS!
Ghost Rider back in the fast lane, Michael Chabon's comic book odyssey, "Hawkman" flies out of "JSA," Comic-Con International buys WonderCon
Augie takes a look at the 'widescreen comics' movement, and suggests an alternative.
This week, Larry stuns the comic book world by publicly proclaiming his deep-seated and long-standing love for Marvel. The heavens shall be rent asunder! Plus, a modest proposal.
Golden Age Comics novel wins Pulitzer, Gorilla extinct, Medley leaves Cartoon Books
Front man for "The Ramones" Joey Ramone died. So what's that got to do with us? Find out in today's Master of the Obvious.
G-Men get thumbs up. Ghost Rider, Zen, Barbarella and Death make progress. Mr. Monster hunts for a deal. More!
It's the most eclectic batch of reviews you'll see this week: 'Alison Dare,' 'Amazing Spider-Man,' 'Enemy Ace,' and 'Futurama Comics.'
YABS FLASHBACK!!! Learn the secrets of dating in modern society with "Dave Sim's Guide to Getting Chicks!"
"B.C" serves up controversy for Easter dinner, Colleen Doran talks sexy (comics), the letter that saved "Spider-Girl"
Augie offers some thoughts on the timelessness of comics he's recently reviewed; plus additional weird comics and 'Suicide Squad' info.
A dash of this, a pinch of that, let simmer, stirring occasionally; this is the recipe for Larry's latest ruminations.
Jim Lee brings EverQuest to comics, Jeff Nicholson's "Colonia" returns, Orion goes to war
David Quinn reviews the Faust movie. Green Goblin shows his face. Lee and Hayter talk Hulk. Tick, Deadman and more!
It's good news week! Comics ARE the cultural mainstream, and the Master will tell you why...