So, is a trade paperback a graphic novel? Is a graphic novel a reprint, or is it an original? And when something is called a hardcover, is that original work or a reprint? Confused? So's Augie, but he tries to make sense of all these designations in this week's Pipeline.
Marvel's launch of the Epic line may have consequences for other publishers and publications. What might they be? Taking sides at DC. Issues of 'Tomb of Dracula' you won't be seeing reprinted. The latest Batman rumors and much more.
What's happening with Rucka and Clark's 'Felon' at Top Cow? Some interesting developments there, plus a possible major cross-over for DC by Grant Morrison, what comes after 'Batman: Hush,' who'll be the new writer on 'Avengers' and much more.
No one is safe from the demonic lure of internet journaling! Beware the blog in this week's special limited-edition, blink and you'll miss it, YABS!
Augie reviews a collection of columns written by 'Groo's' Mark Evanier, then offers a hodge podge of commentary from writing tips to where you can hear his voice on the web.
What's DC's poilicy on promotion for Mark Millar's "Red Son?" Are they helping to promote the book, or are they deliberately not? Millar talks to Johnston about the situation. Plus, a Marvel related domain name offers up porn, Byrne's 'JLA,' Liefeld announces final shipping dates for 'Youngblood Bloodsport' and 'Alias' and other fine rumors. Updated with Image news and Johns on 'Avengers'
It's another week of Condensed Comics Classic at YABS by the likes of Johns, Diggle, Morse, Staples, Templeton, Jemas, Palmiotti, Rucka, Zimmerman, Johnston, Marz, Joines, Wright, Taylor, Lash, Niles, Millar, Austen, McTigue, McKeever, Casey, Nicieza, Vaughan, Moore, Murphy and McCann.
Publishing plans for Mark Waid's 'Empire,' Millar talks 'Wanted,' 'Dragon Lance' to get comic'd, a load of 'X-Men' rumors, an artist goes off and much more.
You'll All Be Sorry returns for a limited engagement, so get your tickets today! Today we present phase three of the Readers Digest Condensed Comics Classics, where top creators boil down your favorite characters and series to their essence.