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Wed, July 18th, 2001 - -

Mon, July 9th, 2001
Larry Young to do superhero comic, more from Beau Smith on Guy Gardner, John Statema alive and well and living in Los Angeles

Fri, July 6th, 2001
COMIC WIRE EXTRA Comics Professional John Statema alive and well, contrary to on-line reports

Thu, July 5th, 2001
A Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition: Jason Bone of "Alison Dare," Superboy grows up this fall, Beau Smith on how he'd bring back "Guy Gardner"

Mon, July 2nd, 2001
Joss Whedon bitten by comic creating bug with "Fray," Dixon on "Marvel Knights" cancellation, McCloud and "Penny Arcade" declare peace

Thu, June 28th, 2001
Kyle Baker does it Old Testament style in "King David," Hernandez/Simone unleash Killer Princesses onto Internet, Simone plays "Night Nurse," McCloud responds to "Penny Arcade," A Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition: Mike Brennan of "Electric Girl," preview: "King David"

Mon, June 25th, 2001
A Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition: Scott Mills of "Big Clay Pot," Bendis announces "Ultimate Marvel Team-Up" line-up, "Penny Arcade" attacks Scott McCloud, DC superheroes know Jack

Thu, June 21st, 2001
Delano on the state of the "Outlaw Nation," a Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition: Alex Robinson of "Box Office Poison," Neil Gaiman opens official Web site

Mon, June 18th, 2001
Whatever happened to the 'Last X-Men' story, Gail Simone/Lea Hernandez' 'Killer Princesses' debuts online, Preview: Go Girl #4

Thu, June 14th, 2001
Miracleman to appear in McFarlane's "Hellspawn," Bendis announces creative team changes on "Powers," Eagle Awards nominations opened

Mon, June 11th, 2001
Palmiotti lands TV deals and comic writing gigs, Harry Potter: the comic book, more "Witches" from Deodato, Kolins wants to go the distance on "Flash"

Mon, June 4th, 2001
Kieron Dwyer takes on "Avengers," Bill Morrison talks Bongo Comics, "Dennis the Menace" creator dead at 81

Thu, May 31st, 2001
Scott Kurtz makes comic shops his new "PvP" arena, Deodato shows off the not-so-soft side of "Witches"

Tue, May 29th, 2001
Quesada answers fans on hype and Spidey's new/old status quo, Bagley permanent "Ultimate Spider-Man" artist, Hernandez' new URLs

Thu, May 24th, 2001
Deodato casts a new spell with "Witches," Phil Jimenez on abolishing the "Wonder Woman" matriarchy, Gilbert brings back Mr. Monster (with help from Keith Giffen)

Mon, May 21st, 2001
"Batman Beyond," "X-Men: Evolution" win Emmy awards, Lea Hernandez URL swiped

Thu, May 17th, 2001
Marvel bids farewell to the Comics Code Authority and reveals the origin of Wolverine, Ostrander wraps up "Martian Manhunter" loose ends

Mon, May 14th, 2001
DeCarlo loses to Archie again in "Sabrina" countersuit, Carla Speed McNeil gives her Eisner-nominated comic away, Geoff Johns offers some "Flash" facts

Thu, May 10th, 2001
The rise and fall and rise of "Empire," would an "Alias" by any other name smell as sweet, Marvel flirts with breaking up with the CCA

Mon, May 7th, 2001
Bendis' "Alias" kicks off Marvel Comics mature readers line, "Too Much Coffee Man" gets super-sized

Thu, May 3rd, 2001
Jeph Loeb frolics with Fatal Five and talks "Daredevil: Yellow" and "Our Worlds at War," Greg Horn's "Elektra" cover story

Mon, April 30th, 2001
No surprises at Harvey Awards, no new "New Warriors" on horizon, Quesada does new 11 page story

Thu, April 26th, 2001
Cully Hamner sees "Red" in 2002, "Martian Manhunter" cancelled, Why WonderCon was sold, "Hellboy" sketchbook at Comic-Con International

Mon, April 23rd, 2001
Ghost Rider back in the fast lane, Michael Chabon's comic book odyssey, "Hawkman" flies out of "JSA," Comic-Con International buys WonderCon

Thu, April 19th, 2001
Golden Age Comics novel wins Pulitzer, Gorilla extinct, Medley leaves Cartoon Books

Mon, April 16th, 2001
"B.C" serves up controversy for Easter dinner, Colleen Doran talks sexy (comics), the letter that saved "Spider-Girl"

Thu, April 12th, 2001
Jim Lee brings EverQuest to comics, Jeff Nicholson's "Colonia" returns, Orion goes to war

Mon, April 9th, 2001
Brubaker talks "Dead Boy Detectives," DeFalco "stunned" by "Spider-Girl" un-cancellation, Paquette gets another offer he cannot refuse

Thu, April 5th, 2001
Novelist David Brin on his "Star Trek" graphic novel, Spider-Girl's fans un-cancel her comic, is Busiek bringing back Goodwin's Manhunter, Paquette lands at Vertigo

Mon, April 2nd, 2001
Busiek's "powerful" new DC monthly superhero book, Dean Motter goes back to the future with "Electropolis," "The Red Star" rises with paperback-exclusive Web content

Thu, March 29th, 2001
Ostrander on the state of the comic book nation, Coben and Azzarello reunite for Hulk project, Byrne does art chores on Stan Lee's Robin

Mon, March 26th, 2001
Busiek gets to work on JLA/Avengers, Bendis on all the Bendis-related news, Spider-Man gets a new Web (site)

Thu, March 22nd, 2001
"Spider-Girl" fans mobilize to save it from cancellation, "7 Guys of Justice" gets an accidental variant cover, "Monarchy" #2 delayed due to illness

Mon, March 19th, 2001
"Spider-Girl" runs out of web fluid, Wonder Woman promotes orange juice, the secret origin of Kyle "Green Lantern" Rayner

Thu, March 15th, 2001
Marvel shakes up Spidey, Sassaman on "Geeksville" closing

Mon, March 12th, 2001
"Geeksville" closes its doors, David and Keown tell "The Last" Hulk story, "Herobear" creator goes all comics, all the time

Thu, March 8th, 2001
Abnett and Lanning return to known space in "Legion Worlds," Marvel makes some editorial changes, Busiek: JLA/Avengers is "first meeting" for teams, preview: "Legion Worlds" #1

Mon, March 5th, 2001
Faerber gets in touch with his inner Kennedy in "Noble Causes," still more on the new "JLA/Avengers" miniseries, Larsen recovers from illness

Fri, March 2nd, 2001
COMIC WIRE EXTRA 'Over 20 years since I started this project,' Busiek, Prez to do 'JLA/Avengers' miniseries

Thu, March 1st, 2001
Giffen locks and loads with "Suicide Squad," Geoff Johns on the once and future Hawkman, preview: "JSA" #23

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