Could Steve Rogers have found the right words to say? Maybe -- we wonder
while Tim Kring walks down memory lane, court is in session on Arus plus "X-
Men," "Smallville" and much more.
The new "Amazing Spider-Man" has another moment in the sun, with a fresh approach to the art and an entertaining done-in-one story.
With the second volume of "Salt Water Taffy," Matthew Loux proves that the fun and excitement of the first installment was not a fluke.
Warren Ellis's latest Apparat book is one of his best efforts in recent years, with a Holmesian detective living in a futuristic 1907 London and solving "The Case of the Man Who Wasn't There."
20th Century Fox has reportedly hired "Chuck" and "Gossip Girl" creator Josh
Schwartz to write the next chapter in the X-Men movie franchise, to be titled "X-
Men: First Class."
The Nu Defenders vs. the Fantastic Four, in spectacular widescreen action.
"Heroes" and "Crossing Jordan" creator Tim Kring educated the audience at last
Saturday's Screenwriter's Expo on the process of creating a television show,
managing the writing, and the constraints of the serialized format.
Pipeline has been around for 11 years (and nearly 600 columns!), but has never
reviewed a mug -- until now! Also, how will rising comic costs affect Augie's comic
book reading habits, and what's the deal with "Spawn?"
Writer Fred Van Lente and artist Dennis Calero answer your questions
"X-Men Noir!" Van Lente also talks up "Marvel Zombies 3" and makes an
announcement concerning "Wolverine: First Class." Plus exclusive art!
CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale from DC Comics and
Wildstorm this Wednesday including "JSA Kingdom Come Special: Magog,"
"Supergirl" #35, "X-Files" #1 and more.
Before Joe Biden takes office, catch up with the often ignoble history of U.S. Vice
Presidents with "Veeps: Profiles in Insignificance." We talk to writer Bill Kelter
about the 46 men who've been a heartbeat away from the presidency.