In which we find out exactly what a Minister of Propaganda does, and what the most important feature of a comic shop is.
Augie looks at Marvel's Silent December, flips through 'Previews', and briefly reviews an assortment of books from the past three weeks.
Wolfman on how to bring back Barry Allen in a "Flash," Totleben illustrates Ultimate Man-Thing, Dixon outlines 2001 plans
Steven recounts a writing seminar he took with Jim Steranko many years ago and gives a bit of his own in this edition of MOTO.
Augie looks at 'Gatecrasher', 'Superman Adventures', 'Jezebelle', 'Superboy', and some 'Green Arrow' continuity this week.
Gail gives us a cautionary look into the future of comics in this week's YABS!
Screenwriter John Turman talk about Iron Fist. An inside look at the Mutant X and Withcblade TV Shows. Lady Death animated feature update. Much more!
Updated! Millar moves to America for Marvel, Peyer on new "Authority" figures and the last moments of "Hourman," twice upon a time for "Castle Waiting," "Catwoman" art team comes together, Preview: Castle Waiting #4
In which we find "My God, it's full of stars" takes on a double meaning while wearing spacesuits in Los Angeles.
Augie finishes his look into the CrossGen Universe. This week it's 'Mystic', 'Meridian', and 'The First' under the Pipeline microscope.
'Green Arrow' #1 and 'Ultimate Marvel Magazine' lead off a pack of special reviews for PCR Extra.
Marvel shuts up next December, why Simonson won't play the "who's stronger" game, Heidi McDonald's most important tip on breaking into comics, Supergirl goes to the mall
It's official: JLA on Cartoon Network. Also: Spidey set reports, Eltingville update, Tales of the Zombie update and more!
A quick follow up to reaction to Steven's last column, plus a manifesto. Well, sorta.
After a brief discussion of comics web sites and trade paperbacks, Augie delves into the intersection of comics, politics, and CBR.
A very special YABS Edition DVD Director's Commentary for "Batman and Robin" with the whole cast and crew!
"Blackjack" writer arrives in Gotham with "Orpheus Rising," Dark Horse to send fan to San Diego, Azzarello and the n-word
Larry reacts to the recent Spider-Man news and gives Marvel some free marketing ideas.
Augie begins his look into the CrossGen Universe. This week it's 'Sigil' and 'Scion' under the Pipeline microscope.