Joe & Matt sit down to discuss Stan Lee's recent appearance on "60 Minutes II" and what the ongoing Stan Lee v Marvel case means for the image and history of the House of Ideas.
This week, Augie takes a look at Mark Millar's first two "Spider-Man" trades, as well as the Robert Kirkman-penned "Tales of the Realm."
Updated 2/8/05 - Pipeline Podcast #6 now online.
This weekend Seattle was host to the third annual Emerald City ComiCon. "Gambit" writer John Layman was in attendance and provided something of a comic convention after hours photo parade. Come on inside to see more.
The Emerald City ComiCon held in Seattle this weekend was chock full of news. Bendis, Brubaker, Rucka and others talked with fans. CBR News has this report from the convention floor along with another big batch of pictures.
Ma Kent speaks (no, not Annette O'Toole) while Kumar's feeling Kryptonian. Plus, the cast of Nic Cage's comics "vehicle" gets even hotter, the Bat rebroadcasts without the express permission of NFL and more in an interesting day of news and rumors.
Marvel Comics made it official today by announcing that Ed Brubaker has signed an exclusivity agreement with the publisher.
You've read about Speakeasy's upcoming projects, now you can learn about Hawke Studios, the guys behind "Beowulf," "Spell Game" and "Grimoire." CBR News spoke with Speakeasy/Hawke Studio's head Adam Fortier about the studio.
Stephanie Fierman makes her mark at DC, an early look at "Silent Hill: Paint It Black," more on the "Wha' Huh?" delays, Ed Brubaker's new exclusive, Ultimate Golf and much more. Updated 11:10 AM Pacific Time - Silvestri Rumor Killed
Friday night the creative team from the Image Comics graphic novel "Ascend" held a signing at Metldown and were joined by members of the Web site Suicide Girls. CBR News has photos from the event for your perusal.
With the first issue of Image Comics' "Battle Hymn" set to debut later this month, the creative team has put together an impressive trailer to promote the book.
Among the "Smallville" shenanigans, Lex Luthor laughs it up in late night and Clark beats up college students. Plus Fox is carrying a grudge for Bryan Singer's actor poaching, Supes gets a release date, Sam Raimi warms up the cameras and you can see a Man-Thing, all in the last summary of the week.
Warren Ellis has announced a follow-up to the Apparat line of comics published with Avatar Press. Details are sketchy so we caught up with Ellis for a little explanation.
Pipeline Previews returns with more than two dozen trade paperbacks and graphic novels due out in April, 2005.