Why is a comic with the unlikely title of 'The Copybook Tales' Augie's pick of the month for May? Read Pipeline2 to find out more.
COMIC WIRE EXTRA 'Over 20 years since I started this project,' Busiek, Pérez to do 'JLA/Avengers' miniseries
Giffen locks and loads with "Suicide Squad," Geoff Johns on the once and future Hawkman, preview: "JSA" #23
Everything you wanted to know about pitching your work at conventions, but were afraid to ask - and top editors give the answers you were afraid to hear
The Eltingville Club collects a director. The Men In Black get a jackass. John Constantie may get an accent. You get a peek at ShiGI.
Coupons in comics? The 1980s invade again? Slow-paced Chuck Dixon comics? What a strange week it is for Pipeline!
Gail calls in sick, and industry unknowns MARK WAID and TOM PEYER fill in on this week's Yabs, showing an alternate version of a beloved Bat-program!
WildStorm gets funky with "Bay City Jive," Millionaire to do "Sock Monkey" children's book, Giffen to write new "Suicide Squad" book
Do you love comics? So does Larry Young; here's exactly why. Plus, a visit to the principal's office, comic book conventions, and Avengers #119.
Augie looks back at the glorious madness that was the Giffen-era Justice League this week.
Simone and Hernandez out for blood in "Killer Princesses," artist Scott Kolins talks "The Flash," Barry Windsor-Smith returns to Marvel
Zen makes a new movie deal. The Tick meets his maker. Be an extra on The Road to Perdition and Spider-Man. Lots more!
Conventions: job opportunities or peeing in the wind? Comics' greatest editors give you the straight poop in today's MOTO.
Oeming nails Norse myth in "Hammer of the Gods," getting down and dirty with Jon Lewis' "True Swamp," a "Just Imagine ..." update, preview: "Hammer of the Gods" #2
Augie takes a look at Frumpy the Clown, Robin: Year One, Monarchy and Desperate times in this edition of Pipeline Commentary and Review.
Don't miss Wizard Magazine's foolproof method for becoming a real good comic book writer guy!
Augie gives some tips on letterhacking, and the Superman graphic novel that you may have missed.
A most curious tale in which we find the comic book industry to be like a dead cat.
Adam Hughes talks "Wonder Woman" and "Tomb Raider," Mariotte and Severin ride out with "Desperadoes," Marvel announces X-Men character line-up