Augie explains why "Black Science" is a can't miss series, hints at big developments in "Waking Dead," and revisits DC's "Batman/Superman."
When Mark Waid & Mike Wieringo joined forces for "Fantastic Four," it started off with a bang. What do their first two pages together teach us?
"Manifest Destiny" presents an alternate history of the United States, filled with horrific creatures, plant zombies, and fantastic art and writing.
Jason Aaron's "Star Wars" has the same feel and sense of humor as the films, and with John Cassaday's art, the first story arc was a fanboy's dream come true.
"Zootopia" hits all the right notes, adding more texture, diversity and emotion to the genre than previous funny animal films.
Cap's "Hail HYDRA" moment has launched a brand new meme, while Kevin Maguire's humor-infused Bravura title holds up two decades from its debut.
Alan Young's death sparks thoughts of the divide between TV and comics Uncle Scrooges while "DC Universe: Rebirth" shows the extent of DC's woes.
Darwyn Cooke was a master storyteller whose medium just happened to be comics, thankfully for us.
Pipeline begins a deeper look at Marvel's recent Star Wars comics, starting with high praise for "Princess Leia" by Mark Waid and the Dodsons.
Humberto Ramos fills in for J. Scott Campbell as a gang of goth villains take on "Gen13." Plus, Jim Lee's TMNT, and the early, weird Internet.