Augie takes a long look at Marvel's 'Thunderbolts' and puts Fabian Nicieza's first issue under the microscope.
An examination of the word Hero. What does it mean and does it still apply to comics?
The latest from Hollywood with exclusive news on the new Mage movie from creator Matt Wagner, plus the latest on Spider-Man, Batman, Asterix and what Dean Cain is up to!
As the year draws to a close, Augie takes a look at some of the biggest disappointments of 1999; Plus reviews of Strange Kiss #1, Deadpool #36, X-Men: The Hidden Years #3, and Rising Stars #3.
YABS CLASSIC In this weeks YABS Gail pokes fun at our friends at Sequential Tart!
Warren talks about the lack of mainstream media coverage of comics and some reasons why.
A close examination of the Claremont years on Marvel's 'X-Men.'
In comics the bit players of yester year played an important role in the development of the medium, but are too soon forgotten.
A huge week for C2F with the latest on productions for Whiteout (including an interview with Greg Rucka), Red Rocket 7, Superman Reborn, The Tick and more!
Augie reviews hardcovers Son of Superman and The Chalice; Plus reviews of books by the creative team of the late and lamented The Copybook Tales.
Gail shows no mercy as she takes aim at the stylings of DC/Vertigo's 'Hellblazer.'
Augie takes a look at the most underappreciated segment of the comics industry, lettering.
Warren Ellis' first column at CBR. Find out what Warren really thinks about ... oh just read it for Heaven's sake!
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?