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Mon, December 3rd, 2007
Ebay sketches getting the boot, some of DC's ladies get a monthly, a popular French series makes its way to the US, Devil's Due makes some changes and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS! Updated
Mon, November 26th, 2007
Plenty of stuff to peruse this week, with news of multiple X-Men origin feature films to come, possible editorial changes to come at DC, a look at illegal downloads and possible issues with Marvel's legal download system, Rich's photo tour of NYC and much more!
Mon, November 19th, 2007
Rich went to Manhattan this past weekend and comes home with all sorts of stories. Bat rumors, Marvel profits, Valiant plans, Venomous happenings, Publishers failing and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
Mon, November 12th, 2007
More on the Batman rumors from last weekly, what Mark Bagley may be up to at DC, a review of an early script for the upcoming "Hulk" film starring Ed Norton, controvery swirls around "The Black Dossier, Byrne defends Aquaman and much more.
Mon, November 5th, 2007
Are some major changes in store for the Dark Knight in 2008? Might be. Plus, a new series to come from Jamie Delano, 2008 Ultimately, Mach 6 (that's right, 6) sketches online, a possible "Battle Pope" cartoon to come and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
Mon, October 29th, 2007
There's a leaked animation for a live-action treatment of "He-Man" that's driving fans wild, "Batman Confidential" sees its run coming to a close, delays in comics publishing, the power of the Omnibus editions and more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS.
Mon, October 22nd, 2007
Do the US armed forces see Marvel comic books as a good recruiting tool? Might be. Plus, John Byrne's "NextMen" gets collected, the next "Power Pack" mini-series, a first look at Karl Alstaetter's new book "88" and much, much more!
Mon, October 15th, 2007
What's the future look like for Catwoman? Rich may have an idea. Plus, a report from the convention held in Birmingham, a possible collection to come for "Major Bummer," a punk-era John Constantine series resurfaces and much more in this week's LiTG!
Mon, October 8th, 2007
What's the future look like for GI Joe in comics? Rich puts together the dots. Plus, a new series to come from Warren Ellis, Brandon Routh tackles another comics property, the future of Batwoman and much more in a huge LYING IN THE GUTTERS. Updated 10/10
Mon, October 1st, 2007
What does the future hold for J.M. DeMatteis & Mike Ploog's "Abadazad?" How's Scott Pilgrim coming along? Plus Jacen Burrows may be driven insane by Alan Moore, this week in payments and much more! UPDATED
Mon, September 24th, 2007
"One More Day" coverage includes spoilers, "World War Hulk" trades coming but later than you might think, where "Demo" may land next, publisher payment updates, a new comic book TV series to come and much more.
Mon, September 17th, 2007
Zombies, zombies, zombies! Rich has a look at some upcoming Marvel covers, plus word that Garth Ennis may be leaving "Punisher," what's happening with that alternate retailer set-up, stalking comic shop employees on Craigslist and so much more.
Mon, September 10th, 2007
Lots of ground to cover including Heath Ledger on the set of "The Dark Knight," who the Transformers will cross-over with next, the polarizing figure that is Jim Shooter, Rob Liefeld art from his junior high school days and much more.
Tue, September 4th, 2007
Rich has word on more editorial changes at Wildstorm, a list of artists owed moneys from the Dabel Bros., the possibility of new distributors entering the mix, a new comic from Rob Liefeld, an update to last week's "The Dark Knight" rumor & more.
Mon, August 27th, 2007
It's a big one this week, with word of a planned Sandman mini-series that won't happen, Diamond's changes its reorder penalties for non-premier publishers, more on the Marvel/Dabel split, an artist fights for her original art and much more.
Mon, August 20th, 2007
Lots to cover this week, including "In Search of Steve Ditko," more on the Dabels/Marvel split, who may fill an SVP role at DC, Bryan Hitch in public, news on numerous upcoming projects and much, much more.
Mon, August 13th, 2007
Rich has some notes from the recent Marvel drink-up in London, word of a "Power Girl" series and its creators, fallout concerning last week's "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" story, what Mark Millar & Tony Harris are up to next and much more. Updated
Mon, August 6th, 2007
The next "League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" series hits a snag overseas, changes at the top level of Wildstorm, new Shazam! in the works at DC, the Golden art situation comes to an amicable end, comics and strip clubs and much, much more.
Tue, July 31st, 2007
In this post SDCC column, Rich has Ultimate Universe rumors, Power Girl's publishing status, background on the Warpies, one upset art buyer takes action, the Swipe File and much more.
Tue, July 24th, 2007
It's a big one this week, with some words of wisdom for Comic-Con attendees, intriguing "Amazing Spider-Man" imagery, "Countdown" artistry, a possible move for the "Degrassi" books and much more in this week's LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
Mon, July 16th, 2007
It's a huge week this time out, with a look at some amazing art the CBLDF will auction during San Diego, Jeph Loeb's taking over Marvel, J.H. Williams next DC project, the creative teams on new Titans oriented books, the cut throat world of online comics, art from Jamie Hewlett's "Get The Freebies" and more.
Mon, July 9th, 2007
Rich has a look at some of Rob Liefeld's upcoming publishing plans, who may be writing "Batman and the Outsiders," how Martha Washington is saving the world one bag at a time, hunting for snark online and much more!
Mon, July 2nd, 2007
Some possible updates on Flash plans, Charlie Adlards new french series with an early look at sketches, deaths in comics and how to capitalize on them in the media, a plea for legal digital downloads and much more.
Mon, June 25th, 2007
It's a wild week with comics sent to the wrong address and held hostage by the new tenants, a possible addition to Punisher's world, following up on what Ron Marz's next DC project might be, the swipe file, breast reductions and much more in this week's LITG! Updated
Mon, June 18th, 2007
Lots of good stuff this week including a possible Luke Cage period piece, news on the new "Flash" series, growing power structures in the industry, how a controversy can end up getting you work and much, much more.
Mon, June 11th, 2007
What will David Morell, the creator of "Rambo," be working on for Marvel? Rich has some details, plus a publisher gets in front of non-payment news, bits of news from Toronto, what's in the cards for "Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane," who'll be joining IDW's "Star Trek: Season Four" and much more.
Mon, June 4th, 2007
You thought the cover to "Heroes for Hire" was interesting, wait until you see the latest cover Rich has uncovered. Plus, artist commisions and patience, follow-ups from last week, creators respond, what would happen if Agent 355 from "Y The Last Man" and the dinosaur Old Lace from "Runaways" were to meet and much more.
Tue, May 29th, 2007
Will Dan Dare be making a come back in comics? Who may be writing him? Rich has some news, plus the new writer of "Excalibur," the deal with "New Avengers" #31, who may be writing DC's next major event, the "Casanova" mix-up that ended up being a plus and much more.
Tue, May 22nd, 2007
The first artwork from the JMS/Quesada "One More Day" Spider-Man story, the "Transformers" mix-up that's got Chinese factory workers scrambling, a new Vertigo series from Azzarello, what "Coutdown" may be counting down to, "Phonogram's" Jamie McKelvie's new comic and much, much more.
Mon, May 14th, 2007
Rich attended the Brisol convention this past weekend and comes back with loads of news and notes from the show, plus an updated on the Ellison/Fantagraphics suit, new "Tank Girl" from Britain, a handful of new DC series and much more.
Mon, May 7th, 2007
Rich has the run down for next weekend's Bristol Comics Expo in the UK, international controversies swirling around FCBD, a new exclusive artist at DC, the Groth/Ellison fight and much more. Updated
Mon, April 30th, 2007
What Keith Giffen will be working on over at Wildstorm and what JM DeMatteis will soon now be working on at Wildstorm, plus news on a "Hitman" series, a Pat Lee/Alex Milne update, Andi Watson's new Image Comics book and much more.
Mon, April 23rd, 2007
Lots of stuff this week, including author Sherman Alexie getting two projects at Marvel, more on publisher's not paying up, update to last week's Fight File, numerous projects looking for a home and much more in this week's edition of LYING IN THE GUTTERS!
Mon, April 16th, 2007
It's Vol. 2, #100 of LYING IN THE GUTTERS and Rich has a look at the very first LITG ever -- from 1963? Plus, wardrobe malfunctions, "Girls With Slingshots" leaves 360EP, the Dreamwave curse, Krypto needs to be a patient pup and much more.
Mon, April 9th, 2007
Rich has word on the next Kirkman/Liefeld book and this time it's for Marvel. Plus, a look at the covers to Warren Ellis' upcoming "Doktor Sleepless," who's following Jodi Picoult on "Wonder Woman" and much more!
Mon, April 2nd, 2007
Rich takes a look at Bryan Talbot's "Alice in Sunderland" and likes what he sees, what's the status of Jim Shooter's Legion series at DC, Travis Charest explains why he's no longer working on "Dreamshifters," reaction to the new "Lone Wolf and Cub" sequel in Japan and much more!
Mon, March 26th, 2007
Editor Pete Tomasi does the writing thing full time, more on the "Captain America" #25 "insider trading" scandal, possible healthcare to come for comic freelancers, the creative team of the upcoming "Great Ten" from DC Comics and much more.
Mon, March 19th, 2007
Rich attends the UK premiere of "300" and files a report, then discusses the "Captain America" #25/Wizard eBay sales controversy, a look at multi-media plans for Catpain Marvel in 2008, "Black Summer" talked about in American political circles and much more.
Mon, March 12th, 2007
Rich takes a look at the reaction to the death of Captain American in issue #25, has the covers for Warren Ellis' new super hero series at Avatar called "Black Summer," how to get work in comics via message boards, the swipe file and more.
Mon, March 5th, 2007
What did UK customs ask Rich to declare on his way back from New York City? Plus, the future of Bryan Singer's "Ultimate X-Men" arc, news on "Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer," lost art from a "Kill Bill" comic and more.