This week reviews of X-Men #94 and Deadpool #34, plus more suggestions for Marvel editorial.
This week Augie takes a long look at two great books, Astronauts in Trouble & Herobear and the Kid. Have you been reading these two books?
Steven Grant's first letters column in MOTO as he answers some of your questions inspired by previous columns.
Augie takes a hard look at Superman/Savage Dragon: Metropolis, then follows it with short reviews of Desperadies: Epidemic, Divine Intervention: Wildcats, Quantum & Woody, Hulk #8, Transmetropolitan #27 and Ball & Chain #1.
The title of this week's Pipeline2, "How To Fix the X Universe." Do you agree with Augie's ideas?
This week Steven adresses the issue why some people literally can't understand comics.
Augie starts with a review of the classic 'V for Vendetta,' then launches into modern day reviews of books like 'Sam and Twitch,' 'Deadpool,' 'Impulse,' 'New Warriors' and a behind the scenes look at Pipeline!
Your reactions to last week's "Open Letter to Rob Liefeld" in this week's Pipeline2!
Is Mania down for the count?, Is Ty Templeton the next JLA writer?, DC 1999 Toys previewed on-line, Captain Crafty's new crisis
Steven Grant elightens frustrated writers with why an editor will publish someone elses
Reviews of M. Rex & Intrigue, plus recommendations from Previews and a further examination and comparison of Joe Quesada's art.
DC/Wildstorm News, Moore to stay with Lee, Captain America and Bucky reunited, Blade shockwave nets raves
The long awaited "Open Letter to Rob Liefeld" from Augie De Blieck Jr. This is the Pipeline you HAVE to read.
What can the comic industry learn from the WWF? Read Steven Grant's latest column to find out what.
Larsen & Veitch confirm DC/Wildstorm deal, Liefeld's Mark redone, Crisis one-shot not in new collection
Why Joe Quesada is cool, reviews of Flash, X-Men, Gen13, Awesome Adventures and Augie's thoughts on John Byrne in this issue.
DeFalco on MC-2, Kelly on Kelly and the X-Men, Busiek, Dorkin on Eisner success, Paul Chadwick's upcoming work, Overstreet lists fan sites
Part 3, the final chapter in Augie's Comic-Con International Trilogy report.
Steven Grant tackles the concept of grim'n'gritty in comics, it's beginnings and why it doesn't work as well today.