The latest on productions for Spider-Man, X-Men, Astro Boy, Scud, Blade 2, Bruce Wayne, Doc Savage and much more.
Self Publishing. The good and the bad. Is it worth it? The history of this segment of the industry, it's successes, failures and what it means today.
What do The Iron Giant, Savage Dragon, The Authority, Hardcover comic collections and Art Adams have in common? Nothing other than they're all in this issue of Pipeline!
Mike Carlin visits glamourous Hollywood, California, shopping comic properties to studio execs when it turns into the pitch session from hell!
The Hard Cover comic book. Is it a better way of packaging a comic and are they usually worth it? Plus reviews of Wildcats #6 and Danger Girl #6.
Comic Book Marketing. Three words that don't go well together. With an industry in dire need of help, why isn't there any sort of proper promotion?
A review of the National Convention held in New York City, plus reviews of books like Daredevil #9, Stupid Stupid Rat Tails #1, 100 Bullets #6 and more.
Gareb Shamus hasn't even published his first book and Gail's already slapped him down in this hillarious satire of the 'Black Bull' press piece.
Augie presents his proposal for how best to handle the Gen13 kids. Regardless how you feel about the book, these ideas will strike a chord in every one of you.
Steven Grant explores the fascinating history of the Comics Code Authority. What purpose does it serve? What do they do? Have we ever or do we still need the CCA?
Augie reviews some recent releases such as New Warriors #4, M.Rex #1, Witching Hour #1, a critique of the recent Superman covers, and gives a look at Art Adams and his recent work.
It's really strange in Gail's version of 'Stragners in Paradise!'
You've never read Batman fan fic like this before!
It's Reader Appreciation Week, Part 2, where Augie fields your letters on Superman,
Hollywood's on again, off again love affair with comics. What happens behind the scenes and how the deals are made.
Augie covers a bunch of subjects in this column, including looks at the new Superman books; Plus a comparison between the X-books shake-up of today and what happened 15 years ago.
Classic YABS Starting today every Tuesday we'll run a classic You'll All Be Sorry column, one you may have missed the first time around. We flash back to November 8th, 1999 for Tony's Online Tips, Gail style!
It's reader appreciation week where Augie answers your questions on a wide variety of subjects.
"Violence in media." Television, movies and video games are all under fire, but comics have barely been touched. Why this is a good and bad for the comics industry.