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Wed, August 4th, 1999 - Pipeline #113
Thought's on Jim Krueger's upcoming work, loads of reviews for you to ponder and CBR bits of business fill this issue.

Fri, July 30th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #8: Marvel Comics Presents #2
Augie De Blieck pitches a new (old) idea to Marvel Comics for consideration.

Tue, July 27th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #112
DC Editorial, Rob's not quite a swipe, Wildcats #4 and Pop Rocket are all in this edition of Pipeline.

Tue, July 20th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #111
Thoughts on the publishing schedule for Daredevil, Astronauts in Trouble, Manhunter, did Rob Liefeld swipe 'Authority,' 'Contest of Champions II' and more!

Fri, July 16th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #6: Whiteout
Augie takes a hard look at the 'Whiteout' trade paperback and examines what makes this series so good.

Tue, July 13th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #110
Two in-depth reviews of comics released last week, X-Men 372 and Top Ten #1.

Fri, July 9th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #5
The ongoing debate regarding 'Your Man @ Marvel' ends his issue and another word about the Direct Market discussion.

Tue, July 6th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #109
Augie dives into last weeks Previews and comments on upcoming projects like DC's 'Day of Judgment' and also reviews Image's latest offering, 'Hellhole' #1.

Fri, July 2nd, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #4: Your Man @ Marvel
Your Man @ Marvel gets looked at in Augie's latest Pipeline 2 column.

Tue, June 29th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #108
Augie took a small vacation and spent it reading comics! Every comic fan's dream! He takes a look at Wolverine #141, Savage Dragon #62, Young Justice and Comic Buyers Guide in this issue.

Fri, June 25th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #3: Direct Market Reaction
Augie follows up on last week's Pipeline 2 about the direct market with some letters from you, the readers.

Tue, June 22nd, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #107
Augie takes a look at last week's comic book offerings and muses over the possible return of Gladstone's Disney series of comics.

Fri, June 18th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #2
Augie discusses why throwing out the direct distribution of comics would be a good idea.

Tue, June 15th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #105
Augie reviews Love In Tights, Monster Fighters Inc. #1, Stars & S.T.R.I.P.E. #1 and updates you on previous stories.

Fri, June 11th, 1999 - Pipeline2, Issue #1: Animated Adventures
Reviews of Batman Gotham Adventures #15 and Superman Adventures #34.

Tue, June 8th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #105
Augie's going to have to take a big breath after this Pipeline, the longest PCR in it's history. Augie talks about writers quitting their books, the $1.99 comics, 'Writers on Comics Scriptwriting,' 'Aria' and gives you a few reviews to look over.

Tue, June 1st, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #104
Wolverine Explained, Tellos reviewed, The New Warrior new design, 104th issue question and Flash #150 thoughts.

Tue, May 25th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #103
One Liners: Augie's thoughts on Star Wars, Chris Eliopoulos' 'Desperate Times,' 'Quantum & Woody,' Stephen Blue's 'Red River,' 'Captain America: SOL' and a whole lot more!

Tue, May 18th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #102
Why Alan Moore is a God, how not to start a series, Impulsive reservations and a Predator comparison to comics.

Mon, May 10th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #101
Augie discuses his first issue at CBR, the many Image first issues, what he wants out of a first issue, his first Madison Square Garden convention and the first Monster Fighters Inc.

Sun, May 2nd, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #100
Augie celebrates the 100th Pipeline with a look at the column's history and its move to CBR.

Thu, April 22nd, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #94
Comic Books as we know them

Sun, April 18th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #98
Comments on the shutdown of a Superboy fan site; Quick reviews including Tom Strong #1, Leave It To Chance #12, Vext #4, Transmet #22, Authority #2, Inhumans #7

Sun, April 4th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #96
Case of confusing credits, and a look at Previews

Mon, March 22nd, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #94
Pipeline takes a look at the state of comics these days: how they're credited, how they're sold, etc.

Wed, March 17th, 1999 - Pipeline Special: Larsen off Aquaman
In a rare Pipeline 'scoop', Erik Larsen announces he's leaving Aquaman. Augie doesn't keep his trap shut about it.

Sun, March 14th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #93
Lots of reviews, including 'Rising Stars', 'Batman: No Man's Land', 'Wolverine', and 'Gen13'.

Sun, March 7th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #92
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: J. Scott Campbell

Sun, February 28th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #91
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: Rob Liefeld. Plus, a look at the Week of Death.

Sun, February 21st, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #90
Augie looks at the 'Savage Dragon: Team-Ups' book. Plus, some corrections to a bunch of recent columns.

Sun, February 14th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #89
A couple of flashback reviews this week: An Erik Larsen issue of 'Adventures of Superman' and Keith Giffen's 'The Heckler' #3.

Sun, February 7th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #88
Whither Marvel and CBG? Plus, reviews aplenty, including 'Vext', 'Planetary', and 'Batman: Gotham Adventures'.

Sun, January 31st, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #87
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: Martin Wagner. Plus, reviews of 'The March Hare', 'X-Men', and 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen'.

Sun, January 24th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #86
'Divine Right' goes sideways! Reviews of 'Captain America', 'Superboy', and 'Gen13' round out the column.

Sun, January 17th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #85
'Batman: Mad Love' gets animated. 'Aria' debuts. And some storytelling lessons from recent comics.

Sun, January 10th, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #84
A quick year-end recap, and a whole bunch of reviews too numerous to list here.

Sun, January 3rd, 1999 - Pipeline, Issue #83
Reviews of The Kingdom 5th week event, the latest offerings from the increasingly-prolific Erik Larsen, and movie reviews.

Sun, December 20th, 1998 - Pipeline, Issue #81
Augie offers his eulogy for the departing Gladstone Comics.

Mon, December 14th, 1998 - Pipeline, Issue #80
Lots of impending comics cancellations, a new search engine, and why Iron Man is Marvel's James Bond.

Sun, December 6th, 1998 - Pipeline, Issue #79
Augie reviews the JLA of Christmases Past, Present, and Future.

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