WizardWorld 2002 Marvel EIC discusses why many secret identities aren't sacred anymore, with some praise for those handling their coming out.
WizardWorld 2002 Tidbits and news from Saturday's convention floor including news of a new DC series, 'H-E-R-O,' DC related TV show notes and Spidey Clones!
WizardWorld 2002 Mark Waid discusses his new Superman project, tentatively titled 'Birthright.' Dan Jurgens returns to Superman with 'Superman: Day of Doom.'
WizardWorld 2002 During a panel at Wizard World: Chicago, Joe Quesada takes questions from con goers and answers them all.
WizardWorld 2002 Tidbits and news from Friday's convention floor. Look for more from Friday later tonight on CBR.
WizardWorld 2002 Two new projects from Brian Azzarello and Jill Thomspon will make their way to stores in 2003, one starring Sgt. Rock and another based on the 'Sandman' universe.
'Matt Fraction: The Scripted Adventures' picks up where it left off last week with tales of Los Angeles intrigue, a 'Who' loving Cabbie and a Mayan or two.
Augie sorts through the morass that is the September 2002 edition of PREVIEWS. There's not that much there this month.
Oni Press has announced that a collection of Wood and Rolston's 'Pounded' will be in stores later this year with a fist-full of extras.
An follow-up on the Cattle Call issue raised last week, the Pledge of Allegiance, Martha Stewart, some Coming Attractions and more, as you'd expect from Mr. Grant.
The latest news from hollywood on Matt Busch's 'Crisis,' Mike Allred's 'G-Men From Hell,' 'Men In Black II' (out today!), an 'X-Men 2' trailer, 'Birds of Prey' pictures and much more!
CrossGen starts up two new lines of comics. Marvel gets more desperate for attention. DC
sends mixed messages. And Augie has something to say about all of it.