This week, Augie sets his sights on Marvel's MAX line, 'Ultimate Spider-Man', and 'Cable #97'.
The difference between last week and this week.
Augie honors a trio of real life heroes in the wake of the week's events.
In memory of the terrorist attacks of September 11th, YABS will be delayed until tomorrow. Please read Gail's thoughts on the tragedy; "They Missed."
The latest on Hellboy, R.I.P.D., Watchmen and Concrete. Preacher ready to roll. Is Diesel a Daredevil? More.
The perfect note on which to end...
Augie considers Chuck Dixon's CrossGen signing, and then lets loose with reviews of 'Gutwallow', 'Crux', 'Private Beach', and more.
How Marvel is like a pretty girl at a crosswalk, an entertaining website featuring its content on .pdfs, a cocktail at a comic shop, and Microsoft.
Augie joined in a round table Q&A with CrossGen publisher Mark Alessi. Here's an overview of some of the things Alessi talked about.
Rob Schrab has a Robot Bastard! Codename: Knockout optioned. Lenore animated show debuts. Top Cow! Turtles! More!
The Year Of Blood Revisited? Has anything changed?
Pipeline takes a look at a few of this week's releases: 'Origin', 'Suicide Squad', and 'Wolverine'.
The final chapter in the Marvel/Music trilogy...Never Mind the Bollocks, Here's The X-Pistols!
Livin' on Internet Time/Livin' on Internet time/Gonna set my watch back to it/'Cause you know that I been through it/Livin' on Internet time...
Reviews of 'Nightwing: The Target', Renee French's 'The Soap Lady', an assortment of one-liners, and a comics giveaway contest.
A Blast From The Past: wasn't the future wonderful, and other tales of lost opportunities...
Primate pitches proceed in Hollywood. Ball and Chain still a contender. Eltingville waits. Cage angling for Hard Boiled. More!
Augie looks ahead to 'Green Arrow' and 'New X-Men', and then back to 'Vampirella,' 'Daredevil,' and more!