Hollywood glamour and glitz gets a face lift ala Alex Ross' poster to promote the 74th Annual Academy Awards.
Robert Weinberg cut his sharp, pointed teeth writing horror novels. His creator-owned "Nightside," published by Marvel, bridges the gap between his novels and comics. Later this year, "Nightside" rises again from its uneasy rest.
Brian Wood discusses the variety of his product available this month plus how 'Channel Zero's' story of supressed speech may be that much more relevant in the current political climate.
Rock star Sting playing John Constantine? No, but if Alan Moore got his way he would be. Plus, news on Top Cow properties 'Witchblade' and 'The Darkness,' 'Madman' movie news, 'Liberty Meadows,' 'Daredevil,' 'Elektra' and much more!
An examination of time, another look at a list of the best 2001 had to offer in comics, the Weekly World News, an update on Steven's work rounded out with some comic reviews.
Augie finishes his look through the PREVIEWS catalog for the month of March 2002, including stuff from Marvel, CrossGen, and Oni.
Writer/artist Scott Morse discusses contributing to three tribute books: "A Moment of Silence," "9-11: Emergency Relif" and "September 11" with an 8-page preview of his "9-11" contribution.
The January 7 edition of Los Angeles' funky LA Weekly newspaper looks at the comic industry, from the mainstream to the cutting edge.
This April, Marvel Comics' hypemaster general takes a look at the world of "capes" through the eyes of a Daily Bugle reporter in new miniseries, "Deadline."
Udon Comics chief Erik Ko talks about what you should expect once you break into the comics industry.