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Why so serious, Catman? Things went well with Jack of Fables back on the farm, William Gravel catching a shower and Mark Sable doing the unthinkable, plus "Dark Reign," Lantern action and more.

A brief history of the page rate, and its continued implications for comics; laughing at Archie, the problems with crime comics, and what really happened on 9/11; 1000 reviews in 1000 days; plus the last word on webcomics and more!

This week, Tim cracks open 'Absolute Superman: For Tomorrow,' explores Brian Azzarello's use of a Silver Age conceit and, most importantly, learns to love Jim Lee again.

In this week's thrill-packed edition of PIPELINE, Augie answers your Tweets, ponders what changes digital comics might bring to the medium, and discusses other parts of the comics world. It's a little of this, a little of that this week.

News and rumors come out of the Bristol convention this past weekend, the story behind the shortened "Top Ten Season Two," Power Girl censored on Facebook, scam artists at it again and much, much more.

Norman Osborn's back in fine form this week, Tony Stark borrows a page from the Bruce Wayne playbook, Astro City is back, Deadpool's amok and more with "New Mutants," "Irredeemable," "Flash: Rebirth," and more.

How to be a comics professional and other cautionary tales; 1000 Reviews In 1000 Days - Free Comic Book Day Edition; plus new releases, swine flu, Europe wants the Internet and the Comics Cover Challenge in this week's PERMANENT DAMAGE.

Tim looks back on last weekend's Free Comic Book Day event, talks about his own experiences with a very persuasive little girl, and hands out the highly anticipated First Annual FCBD Awards!

Augie returns to 2000 for "Gatecrasher," Black Bull's humorous teenage sci fi action/adventure story with a pretty solid pedigree. Also, an extensive look at Eric Wight's new book, "Frankie Pickle."

Rich looks back on the big movers during FCBD, while Dwayne McDuffie takes "Justice League" readers behind the scenes on the monthly series. Plus, more on last week's story about layoffs, Superboy's return and much more!

It's a pro wrestling world, and comics are only published in it; 1000 reviews in 1000 days; plus the politics of superheroes, weird scenes in the Pirate Bay, the FBI comes home, a new Comics Cover Challenge and more.

You've gotta love it when everybody's looking at Karla Sofen's ... er, talents, while the records spin in a new "Phonogram" issue, Norman Osborn keeps having fun, in spite of long-awaited failures and what not.

With "X-Men Origins: Wolverine" opening this weekend, Chris Claremont and Mike Collins join George for a look back at Remy LeBeau, the Cajun mutant better known as Gambit.

Tim is joined by comics gadfly Tucker Stone for this week's WWC as the two of them tackle a legendary series that is regretfully far too difficult to find in America these days: Moebius's "Blueberry."

Augie flies back to 2000 this week, for a look at Kurt Busiek and Stuart Immonen's "Shockrockets" mini-series. Busiek used an interesting storytelling method for the book, and Immonen's artwork simply shines.

An early look at art from "Barack: The Barbarian," changes at McFarlane Toys, comics publishers paying up (or are they), issue numbering at Marvel, beating the pirates at their game and more. UPDATED with a review of "Wolverine."

George talks at length with Spanish comics creator Miguelanxo Prado, best known to American audiences for his work with Neil Gaiman in "Sandman: Endless Nights" and his design work on the "Men In Black" animated series.

This week: Crime comics and a love song for "100 Bullets"; 1000 reviews in 1000 days, abridged version; plus JG Ballard, the president of Texas and more in PERMANENT DAMAGE.

Good things happen when bar fights break out in space, when Warren Ellis goes too far, when Thor talks to himself, when Jack of Fables does what he does and when the JLA talks it out. Plus "Buck Rogers," "Supergirl" and more.

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