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Wed, June 19th, 2002
- Issue #40
Last week Steven shared with budding artists some advice on how to break into comics at San Diego. This week he's talking to you writers, inkers, colorists, letterers and even future editors. Plus, a review of 'The Bourne Identity' and much more.
Wed, June 12th, 2002
- Issue #39
Are you an aspiring artist that would like to work in comics? Steven gives you a primer on how to prepare your portfolio for Comic-Con International and what you should be doing between now and then.
Wed, June 5th, 2002
- Issue #38
Do comics need to be made respectable? A couple more coming attractions left over from last week. Thoughts on 'Six Feet Under' and 'The Shield.' And much more!
Wed, May 29th, 2002
- Issue #37
Steven checks in with a bunch of pro friends to find out what they're currently working on. He speaks with Bryan Talbot, Ed Brubaker, Erik Larsen, Steve Niles, Carla "Speed" MacNeil, Mike Baron, Shannon Wheeler and many others.
Wed, May 22nd, 2002
- Issue #36
Steven talks with 'Vertigo Pop: Tokyo' writer Jonathan Vankin about the book, his career and breaking into comics. Steven also shares some tips on making the Web a safer place for your PC and he answers, "what ever happened to @venture?"
Wed, May 15th, 2002
- Issue #35
Storytelling 101 with Steven Grant, the 'Spider-Man' film's continued success and it's affect on comics, the fall TV schedule, that nasty Klez virus and much more.
Wed, May 8th, 2002
- Issue #34
Steven reacts to the success of the 'Spider-Man' film and what it might mean for the comics world, reviews the book 'The Company' plus reviews of a bunch of comics and more.
Wed, May 1st, 2002
- Issue #33
The finances of the comic industry, a look at 'Comic Wars,' the Bat-project that could have been (with pictures!), which TV shows crashed the hardest and more.
Wed, April 24th, 2002
- Issue #32
Steven vents about a pitch that didn't go the way it should have, an examination of Western comics covers by Gil Kane, Joe Kubert, and Alex Toth and what can be learned from them, plus we check in with France and we close it out with some reviews.
Wed, April 17th, 2002
- Issue #29
Bill Jemas and Joe Quesada, Steven Grant has a proposition for you. Plus a follow-up on editorial lying, a first look at artwork from Steven's upcoming Avatar Press series 'Mortal Souls' and more.
Wed, April 10th, 2002
- Issue #29
The Problem with Editors, the (radio) world going mad, reviews of 'Goodbye Chunky Rice,' 'Too Much Coffee Man' and much more.
Wed, April 3rd, 2002
- Issue #28
Why Universal Studios in Los Angeles is worth a visit (and a hotel worth avoiding), some thoughts on Jemas and David's fights, reviews of "Abe - Wrong for all the Right Reasons," "Snakes and Ladders" and much more.
Wed, March 27th, 2002
- Issue #27
Steven Grant updates you on what's he's got coming up next and let's a whole bunch of other creators do the same like Eric Shanower, Jimmy Palmiotti, Marv Wolfman, Brian Wood, Joe Casey, Peter David, Jay Faerber and many more.
Wed, March 20th, 2002
- Issue #26
Steven checks in on the David vs. Quesada storm that's been brewing, news on Steven's projects like 'My Flesh is Cool,' 'DC Firsts: Joker/Batgirl' and the 'Badlands Screenplay Book' plus much more.
Wed, March 13th, 2002
- Issue #25
Exciting news regarding Steven's original graphic novel 'Red Sunset,' the spring TV roundup, the information all your Hardy Boys fans have been dieing for plus the usual assortment or reviews.
Wed, March 6th, 2002
- Issue #24
An examination behind the meaning of "professionalism" in comics, deadline consciousness and reviews of indie books like 'Chiaroscuro,' 'Digital Webbing Presents' and more.
Wed, February 27th, 2002
- Issue #23
How advances in computer technology will shape the way creators approach their comics (plus the hell of fixing them yourself), seeking ways to help publishers get the word out, a bunch of comic reviews and some more thoughts on 'Oz' all this week.
Wed, February 20th, 2002
- Issue #22
Some help for would-be comics writers, more on Jack Kirby's Fourth World books, looks a recent publications like 'Popbot,' 'Colonia: Islands and Anomalies,' 'Son of the Gun,' rounded out with some comments on the war on terrorism.
Wed, February 13th, 2002
- Issue #21
The problems of reinventing Kirby, Todd McFarlane on TV, Brian Hibbs talks about Marvel's no overprint policy, some thoughts from Steven's moles at APE and much more!
Wed, February 6th, 2002
- Issue #20
Steven Grant updates you on some projects he's got coming up from Avatar Press and what it's like working with them, why Marvel's not going back to press on comics isn't a bad one, for now, and much more.
Wed, January 30th, 2002
- Issue #19
Does reading comics books make you smarter? Plus, a grammar lesson, 'The Count of Monte Cristo,' 'Oz,' plus reviews of a bunch of comics you might want to check out.
Wed, January 23rd, 2002
- Issue #18
A look at the exciting week Warren Ellis had, 'Funky Comics,' plus a full update on some exciting projects Steven Grant is working on in 2002.
Wed, January 16th, 2002
- Issue #17
Steven shares some impressions from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, gives a few recomendations and notes on things you can find on the net, plus reviews and more.
Wed, January 9th, 2002
- Issue #16
An examination of time, another look at a list of the best 2001 had to offer in comics, the Weekly World News, an update on Steven's work rounded out with some comic reviews.
Wed, January 2nd, 2002
- Issue #15
Some thoughts from Steven on the New Year, another Top 10 list of comics from 2001 for you to consider, plus new years resolutions from comic pros like Joe Casey, Jimmy Palmiotti, Robert Weinberg and many more.
Wed, December 26th, 2001
- Issue #14
A bit of reader e-mail covering Time's Top 10 comics list and seeling your comics property to Hollywood, plus the results of the best pop holiday songs.
Wed, December 19th, 2001
- Issue #13
Steven Grant discusses the Time Top 10 comics of 2001 and what can be learned from this list, plus reviews of a couple of books and more.
Wed, December 12th, 2001
- Issue #12
Looking for something to get your favorite comic fan? Check out the Permanent Damage holiday wish list for some pointers.
Wed, December 5th, 2001
- Issue #11
An early christmas present from Steven as industry professionals answer the question "How did you break into the business?"
Wed, November 28th, 2001
- Issue #10
A day in the life of a freelancer. Drama, action and ... well, just read.
Wed, November 21st, 2001
- Issue #9
Where you can find upcoming work by Steven, some thoughts on a current pulp writer you may want to check out, reviews and other ruminations.
Wed, November 14th, 2001
- Issue #8
An extensive look at this years Comdex in Las Vegas, comics and their television shows, comics after the WTC attack and much more.
Wed, November 7th, 2001
- Issue #7
Steven's bored. And when Steven's bored, he wants to be entertained. But there's not much of that out there it seems.
Wed, October 31st, 2001
- Issue #6
Culture in Las Vegas, reviews of "Frightening Curves," "Sky Ape," "Technopriests" and more, plus the War or Terrorism.
Wed, October 24th, 2001
- Issue #5
Microsoft, Birds of Prey, a cable TV gem and comments on the current state of the world.
Wed, October 17th, 2001
- Issue #5
The CIA, FBI, where "Permanent Damage" came from plus reviews of comics you should be reading.
Wed, October 10th, 2001
- Issue #4
Steven answers your most commonly asked questions, a discussion of 'CPL' and a handful of reviews.
Wed, October 3rd, 2001
- Issue #3
The ultimate guide to doing, well, everything in comics, plus a look at the Ghost World movie.
Wed, September 26th, 2001
- Issue #2
Box Office Poison, Mexican wrestling, The Sex Pistols, fall TV and the latest Assault On America -- this week in Permanent Damage.
Wed, September 19th, 2001
- Issue #1
Trade Towers, Smallville and what's good in mini-comics, in the debut of Steven Grant's new column.