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Tue, October 3rd, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #174
Why are so many comics printing so darkly? Marvel hits gold with its 'Backpack' format, and what kind of feeling does the new Astro City hardcover inspire in Augie?
Fri, September 29th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #68
Augie takes a look at 'Lone Wolf and Cub' and 'JLA: Secret Society of Super-Heroes' this Friday. Plus, a thought on comics grading.
Tue, September 26th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #173
A week of reviews kicks off here, with a feature length review of the new 'Just Comics and More' magazine. Plus, looks at 'Berlin,' 'Captain America,' 'Sam and Twitch,' 'Wildcats,' 'Robin,' and more!
Fri, September 22nd, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #67
The discussion behind the marketing of Marvel's 'Ultimate Spider-Man' continues, as Pipeline readers voice their opinions!
Thu, September 21st, 2000
- PCR Extra, Issue 3
PCR EXTRA! In this special PCR Extra, Augie takes an advanced look at Oni's upcoming 'Alison Dare' one-shot, plus more on the SPXPO and a review of the Xeric Grant-winning 'Arm's Length.'
Tue, September 19th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #172
The Small Press Expo happened this past weekend. Click here to read Augie's con diary. Also, why isn't Marvel printing enough 'Ultimate Spider-Man'?
Fri, September 15th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #66
Ace letterer Chris Eliopoulos fills in for Augie this week, giving us some new ideas on how to bring in new comics readers.
Tue, September 12th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #171
Augie takes a long look at Ultimate Spider-Man #1 and Gen-Active #3 this week. Also: A look at previous Pipeline columns with updates, reviews, and corrections.
Fri, September 8th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #65: Previews
An in-depth look at 'Midnight Nation' and the differences between this summer's con edition of the book and the final edition that hit shelves this week. Plus previews of 'Harley Quinn' and 'Avigon,' as well as a quick flip through the latest 'Previews' magazine.
Tue, September 5th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #170
Pipeline features a long look at Gorilla's 'Shockrockets' this week, as well as briefer looks at 'Preacher' and 'Promethea.'
Fri, September 1st, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #64
This week, Augie puts in his two cents on the editorial shakeup at Marvel, as well as reviews of 'Wildstorm Thunderbook,' 'Ladytron,' and 'Batman: Gotham Knights.'
Tue, August 29th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #169
Carl Barks was one of the most gifted storytellers of our time. Pipeline takes a closer look at one of comics' legends.
Fri, August 25th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #63: Wizard World Wrap Up
Augie wraps up his Wizard World 2000 coverage with various and sundry stories, observations, and accounts that just wouldn't fit in the previous columns.
Tue, August 22nd, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #168
Augie presents the updated Pipeline 'Mission Statement.' Plus, a new way to play the 'Millionaire' game, a bunch of short reviews of last week's comics, and a look into Pipeline's future.
Fri, August 18th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #62: Hellblazer: "Shoot"
Augie takes a look at the school shooting issue of 'Hellblazer' by Warren Ellis and Phil Jimenez that DC refused to print. For a full review and commentary on the situation, you have to read Pipeline2.
Tue, August 15th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #167
Pipeline gets back to reviews this week, focusing on the latest issues of 'Batman: Gotham Adventures' and 'Captain America,' as well as looking at the debuts of 'The Cow,' 'Doom', and 'The Sentry'.
Fri, August 11th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #61
In the longest Pipeline2 column ever, Augie recounts his experiences at the panels, discussions, and Q&A sessions from last weekend's Wizard World convention.
Wed, August 9th, 2000
- PCR Extra, Issue 2
PIPELINE EXTRA! 'Dork Tower' #10 and the 'Whiteout: Melt' TPB both come out in comic stores today, but were first seen at Wizard World this weekend. Click here to see why Augie thinks you should be buying both of them.
Tue, August 8th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #166
Pipeline traveled to Wizard World this past weekend. Extensive coverage begins here, with an overview of the con itself, and a review of the 'Witchblade' television movie premiere.
Fri, August 4th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #60
Augie wraps up his Comic-Con International: San Diego coverage with a look back at the Eisner Awards ceremony, some comments on various panels, and a first look at Marvel's 'Big Town.'
Tue, August 1st, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #165
Rob Liefeld is the center of attention this week, with news of a return to 'Youngblood' and an excellent issue of 'Wolverine.' Plus, a look at Augie's Wizardworld schedule and some other miscellany.
Fri, July 28th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #59: The Sights of San Diego
Augie gives his trusty digital camera a workout and shares some vacation pictures (and stories) from last weekend's San Diego Comic-Con.
Tue, July 25th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #164
It's a special look at the 'Tellos' series, exploring some of the questions and mysteries of the series so far.
Mon, July 24th, 2000
- Pipeline: San Diego - Day Four
Augie wraps up his fourth day of "man on the con floor" coverage of Comic-Con International in San Diego.
Sun, July 23rd, 2000
- Pipeline: San Diego - Day Three
The personalities of San Diego, random observations and much more in Augie's third day of coverage of Comic-Con International.
Sat, July 22nd, 2000
- Pipeline: San Diego - Day Two
Day Two for Augie at the con with discussion of the various panels he attended, the costumed folk roaming the dealer room and much more.
Fri, July 21st, 2000
- Pipeline: San Diego - Day One
Wherein Augie lands, meets and greets in San Diego. Plus, a look at today's panels.
Mon, July 17th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #163
Augie takes a quick look at the X-Men movie and a slightly longer look at its critics; Plus, reviews of 'Superman Adventures,' 'Avengers Infinity', 'Generation X', and more!
Fri, July 14th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #58
With Comic-Con International: San Diego less than a week away, Augie takes a look at the schedule of programming for all four days.
Tue, July 11th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #162
PCR starts off with a special announcement about Pipeline's San Diego Comic-Con Coverage next week. Don't miss it. There are also reviews of 'The Savage Dragon', 'The Authority', 'Superman', 'X-Men 2000', 'Hellcat', and more!
Fri, July 7th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #57
It's a look at the first month of new publisher Cross Generation Comics. From stories to production values to the concepts behind the company, Pipeline picks it all apart.
Wed, July 5th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #161
Augie reviews a couple of science-fiction comics -- 'Gate Crasher', 'Section Zero' -- as well as a new DVD for 'Chasing Amy'.
Fri, June 30th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #56: Morrison's Minions
Not everyone who reads Pipeline is necessarily a fan. Click for a sampling of some of the more interesting e-mail this column has received in the past week.
Thu, June 29th, 2000
- PCR Extra, Issue 1
PCR EXTRA - In a special edition of Pipeline, Augie finishes the reviews he wrote last week, including 'F5', 'The Adventures of Superman', 'Batgirl', 'Uncanny X-Men', and more!
Tue, June 27th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #160
Augie reports on a recent comic convention, plus throws in reviews of 'The Amazing Spider-Man', 'Gen13', and 'Batman Gotham Knights' for good measure.
Fri, June 23rd, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #55: More Reviews!
A week of reviews concludes with books that have a decidedly U.K.-slant to them. Also, a response to last week's 'Come In Alone' column, a 'Comicology' contest, and news on next week's bonus Pipeline!
Tue, June 20th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #159
Pipeline this week is devoted to reviewing the past couple of weeks' worth of comics. It begins here with 'Superman/Gen13', 'Sam and Twitch', 'Wildcats', 'Red Star', and five other titles.
Fri, June 16th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #54:Chuck Dixon Spotlight
The Pipeline spotlight falls on Chuck Dixon, with lengthy looks at 'Birds of Prey' and 'Nightwing,' as well as a general primer on his writing style and output.
Tue, June 13th, 2000
- Pipeline, Issue #158
In a week without new comics, what's a comic aficionado to do? In Augie's case, it's the chance to read some back issues, including the first half of 'Avengers Forever'. Plus: a rant on computer lettering and a look at the Pipeline mailbox.
Fri, June 9th, 2000
- Pipeline2, Issue #53
It's the second half of Pipeline's look at books shipping in August, with the emphasis on Marvel, DC, Dark Horse, and Image. The theme? Lots of great collections are coming!