Bill Todman talks about the Green Arrow movie. Werewolf By Night stalks Hollywood writers. Too Much Coffee Man, Spider-Man and More!
Augie looks back at Sunday at the Pittsburgh Comicon, and gets to drop names like Tom DeFalco, Evan Dorkin, Patrick Block, and Jay Faerber.
In a world of uncertainty, it's nice to know that you can be sure that nothing in this installment of BUZZLINE even APPROACHES truthfullness!
No surprises at Harvey Awards, no new "New Warriors" on horizon, Quesada does new 11 page story
Augie's second day at the Pittsburgh Comicon is filled with more meetings with creators, observations from the floor, Larry Young, more Larry Young and reports from the bar.
Augie's on the road in beautiful Pittsburgh, PA, for the annual Pittsburgh Comicon. In today's special edition of Pipeline he recounts his first day at the con plus images of the folks he ran into.
Augie looks at some favorite books from the past, Marvel's 'Damage Control' and 'FightMan' by Evan Dorkin, plus a look at Tom DeFalco's "The M@N." ATTENTION! Be sure to return Saturday and Sunday for Augie's Pittsburgh Con daily journal with pictures from the show!
There's a fifth taste that most aren't aware of and Larry's found that comics could use a dash of it, plus Mike Brennan's 'Electric Girl' gets a looking at.
Cully Hamner sees "Red" in 2002, "Martian Manhunter" cancelled, Why WonderCon was sold, "Hellboy" sketchbook at Comic-Con International
Exposing the enigma of the everglades: A talk with the Man-Thing screenwriter. David Goyer comments on Blade, The Black Panther and Ghost Rider. Lots more!
Why is Gorilla Comics like Bugsy Siegel, besides they're both dead? The answer this week, in MASTER OF THE OBVIOUS
Augie looks at three upcoming books: 'Sojourn' from CrossGen, 'Codename: Knockout' from Vertigo, and 'Out There' from Cliffhanger.
Do you know what your comics are REALLY telling you? Find out in this week's YABS!
Ghost Rider back in the fast lane, Michael Chabon's comic book odyssey, "Hawkman" flies out of "JSA," Comic-Con International buys WonderCon
Augie takes a look at the 'widescreen comics' movement, and suggests an alternative.
This week, Larry stuns the comic book world by publicly proclaiming his deep-seated and long-standing love for Marvel. The heavens shall be rent asunder! Plus, a modest proposal.
Golden Age Comics novel wins Pulitzer, Gorilla extinct, Medley leaves Cartoon Books
Front man for "The Ramones" Joey Ramone died. So what's that got to do with us? Find out in today's Master of the Obvious.
G-Men get thumbs up. Ghost Rider, Zen, Barbarella and Death make progress. Mr. Monster hunts for a deal. More!