In the sequel to one of the most popular YABS of all-time, we check in on Wizard Magazine 100 years after their debut in 1939! Special sketch by Lea (Rumble Girls) Hernandez!
Pipeline Daily begins with looks forward to DC's 'Impulse' and 'Adventures of Superman', and Marvel's 'Cyclops'.
The First Rule of Specialty Retail: For the Love of God, Don't Turn Your Brain Off; Customers Will Stop Giving You Money
Augie grabs his camera and gives you some additional looks at Comic-Con International: San Diego.
John Rogers talks about the Mage movie. Exclusive scoops on Supernatural Law, Fistful of Blood and the Spider-Man Animated show. Official announcements and more!
Augie gets back to reviewing comics with 'Birds of Prey', 'Fantastic Four 1234', 'Midnight Nation', and more!
It's a special YABS Flashback this week as we look at the first work ever by Fan-Fic Writer extraordinaire Brendan "Nightwing" Hockenberry. Gail will return with a new YABS next week!
Larry gives you a quick run-down of the real heroes of San Diego, and casts doubt on the structural integrity of Joe Quesada's skull.
Augie covers Sunday at San Diego, plus a review of 'Boneyard'.
At long last, why The Punisher is an existentialist, and what it means to you...
In the wake of the weekend's Comic-Con coverage, Rob reviews the pilot episode of Smallville.
Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow...
Augie discusses why you should care about "Electric Girl" by Michael Brennan and why you should be reading it, plus a note about the Pipeline review policy.
Special OUR WEB AT WAR! Issue of Buzzline this week -- No horoscopes, no lotto numbers, just pure journalism at its finest!
Augie hits the panels for CrossGen, Image, and Oddball Comics!
Miscellaneous odds and ends from San Diego, including thoughts on the Eisner Awards, con attendees, and 'Slow News Day.'
Augie ran wild in San Diego. Get the complete rundown, some shameless name-dropping, and reviews of 'Double Image' and 'Slow News Day' in this edition of Pipeline..
Augie's coverage of CCI: San Diego begins with a travelogue, a rant, and a couple of actual comic book reviews.