Lots of film news this week with the latest on Straczynski's 'Jeremiah,' 'Fathom' and 'Magdalena' news from Top Cow, 'Daredevil,' 'Elektra,' 'Volcanic Revolver' and much more.
Augie runs down the 'Bruce Wayne: Murderer' crossover so far, and explores 'Tellos', 'Herobear
and the Kid' and more while he's at it.
Marvel gets quiet, Augie gets wordy! Augie looks at the 'Nuff Said event from Marvel rating the best and worst of the month.
The final Loose Cannon. After one year Larry Young brings his column to a close at CBR. Instead of the regular tease we include with each column, this week we simply ask you to read it for yourself. See for yourself how Larry brings his column to a close. Thanks, Larry.
Steven shares some impressions from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, gives a few recomendations and notes on things you can find on the net, plus reviews and more.
Augie looks at this week's 'X-Force', and last month's X-Treme X-Men Annual. Plus, a short look at recent Image offerings and DC's 'The Power Company.'
"7 Guys of Justice" creator Brian Joines shares the story of what he had to do to break into comics. A hint: it wasn't easy!
Augie finishes off his Top 10 Series of 2001, along with an honorable mention that might just surprise you.
This week, Larry explains why free comics aren't free, drops in a
reference to Invasion of the Body Snatchers, and points you to
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.
Udon Comics chief Erik Ko talks about what you should expect once you break into the comics industry.
Pipeline's look at the Top 10 comics for 2001 begins this week with Augie's first five choices.
This week, Larry offers up a little something for everyone: The International Museum of Cartoon Art, hitting pedestrians with cars, and the world's funniest joke.
Augie takes a look at the weighty tome that is 'Previews' for the month of March 2002.
Rob offers up a lengthy year in review, taking a look at all comics has to be proud of in TV and Film for 2001, plus news on 'Mage,' 'Witchblade,' 'Smallville' and more.
Some thoughts from Steven on the New Year, another Top 10 list of comics from 2001 for you to consider, plus new years resolutions from comic pros like Joe Casey, Jimmy Palmiotti, Robert Weinberg and many more.
Writer Marc Bryant shares the most important advice he ever got when he asked what he needs to do to break into comics.