Pipeline reviews two Spider-Man books, one other Marvel book, and one each from WildStorm and DC.
Delano on the state of the "Outlaw Nation," a Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition: Alex Robinson of "Box Office Poison," Neil Gaiman opens official Web site
Another bad rap for Darwinism, as Marvel lets the small furry mammals in...
Updated! Spider-Man teaser poster revealed! Goyer eyes Dr. Strange. The Eltingville Club goes to Japan. Parasyte gets a director. X-Men 2 and more!
Augie takes a look at some Simpsons Comics, as well as this week's 'Deadboy Detectives,' 'Superboy,' and 'The Incredible Hulk.'
YABS Flashback The war journal of the legendary Hans Von Hammer, ENEMY ACE in this week's YABS!
Whatever happened to the 'Last X-Men' story, Gail Simone/Lea Hernandez' 'Killer Princesses' debuts online, Preview: Go Girl #4
Actually getting your comics doesn't have to be a difficult process. Bring the kids indoors and keep 'em away from the windows, because ol' Lar here is in a mood.
Pipeline previews the forthcoming 'Mayberry Melonpool' graphic novel. Plus reviews of 'Shades of Blue' and 'Amelia Rules!'.
Miracleman to appear in McFarlane's "Hellspawn," Bendis announces creative team changes on "Powers," Eagle Awards nominations opened
"Real" publishers publishing graphic novels is the salvation of comics, right? Dream on...
Rucka signs for Queen & Country. Alien Arena makes Heavy Metal noise. Universal fishes for Sub-mariner. Batman Special Edition DVD and more!
Augie looks ahead to books arriving in comic shops this week: 'Uncanny X-Men', 'Detective Comics', and 'The Punisher.' Plus more reviews and trade paperbacks!
The much-maligned Comics Code Authority cuts loose and gets cray-zay in this week's YABS!
Pipeline Extra! Pipeline delves into trade paperbacks, looking at some good ones due out in August and giving some thought to the format itself.
Palmiotti lands TV deals and comic writing gigs, Harry Potter: the comic book, more "Witches" from Deodato, Kolins wants to go the distance on "Flash"
A mainstream comic store? Can such a thing exist? Larry finds one in his own hometown.
Augie looks at Joss Whedon's 'Fray' and Todd McFarlane's 'Spider-Man: Torment' trade paperback.
The seductive allure of the hero-villain, and what it really means... to both the past and the future...