Lawrence Marvit's 'Sparks' is newly completed. Check out this Pipeline2 from last March, in which Augie extols its virtues.
A very special guest columnist sits in for Mark Millar this week and makes the very bold statement, 'Why new Marvel sucks ass!"
DC Comics has released solicitation text and images for product shipping November, 2002.
Bill Willingham talks about 'Fables,' the Vertigo series that looks at what's happened to our favorite fairy tale characters. What's the series about, what's coming next and is he comfortable with the book being called the next 'Sandman?'
Matt takes a look at 'The Playboy,' 'Copybook Tales,' 'Box Office Poison,' 'The Dreamer,' 'Hicksville,' 'Cages' and others as he looks for the 'self-reflexive' comic.
Footage from 'X-Men 2' that debuted at Comic-Con International in San Diego earlier this month is now available online.
Talking the animated short film 'Major Damage,' how the floods in Prague affected 'The League' and 'Hellboy' productions, what's next for 'Lady Death' post bankruptcy, 'Mort The Dead Teenager,' 'X-Men 2' news and much more.
The world of comics becoming films and the challenges facing character owners with Hollywood deals, saying goodbye to Chaos!, and reviews of 'The Pro,' 'Bigger Dicks,' 'Rex Mundi' and more.
The minds behind the new Image Universe talk about why Image Comics is creating a new line of superhero comics, including new details on exactly when and how these new characters will first be appearing.
TOKYOPOP details a new talent competition which will net the winning artist up to a $2500 cash prize.
Augie takes a look at this week's issues of 'Daredevil' and 'Ultimate X-Men.' Plus, what's this Tripwire magazine Augie's enjoying so much?
Marvel Editors Jeff Youngquist and Mark Beazley talk about the new 'Marvel Encyclopedia' coming this October with a look at entries for Jean Grey and Emma Frost.