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Everyone remembers "The Authority." Augie looks back on the two years' worth of comics that preceded it this week, with Warren Ellis' "StormWatch." How does the series that made Ellis a star hold up, 12 years later? Pretty well.
For Pipeline's gala 600th outing, Augie delivers a post-mortem on 'Secret Invasion,' has an early review of Dynamite's 'Dead Irons,' highlights some of the podcasts he's listening to, asks Marvel for a 'McSpidey' hardcover, and lots more.
In the 599th PIPELINE, Augie has an early review of this Thursday's "Marvels" sequel release, plus he launches his reading journal for "Watchmen." Also: what came out this week in 2001, and show notes for a missed podcast.
Augie looks back at the beginnings of "Tom Strong" by Alan Moore and Chris Sprouse. He also has a great idea for a website the world unfortunately doesn't need, and shares some sporadic thoughts on the issues of the day.
Pipeline has been around for 11 years (and nearly 600 columns!), but has never reviewed a mug -- until now! Also, how will rising comic costs affect Augie's comic book reading habits, and what's the deal with "Spawn?"
Augie pays his respect to hard-working webcomics wonders, shares some early "Noble Causes" artwork, looks at the new releases of nine years ago, and much more in this week's all-new PIPELINE.
This week in Pipeline: Augie ponders the role of a comics critic in a creator's life while offering lettering criticism along the way. Also, play a game of "Guess the Artist," Marvel comics from the mid-90s, and plenty more!
Is it time for a Comic-Con International Keynote? Will the convention shrink naturally next summer? Augie offers his thoughts on the topic, plus: a look at the art of "The Starman Omnibus," comics of a decade ago, and comic book shrinkage.
Augie has some thoughts on the news of Comic-Con's weekend. Will Devil's Due line of Eurocomics translate better than DC's? Plus: artists he'd like to see get the Modern Masters" treatment and more oddities of '90s comics.
If you're going to San Diego, Augie has a prediction for what you might hear on the Image panel, and a list of places to boycott. Also, 'Mini-Marvels' gets a new collection, Batman has a new movie, and everything old is new again.
Pipeline looks at the new Jeph Loeb/Tim Sale collaboration, 'Captain America White' #0. Also: Augie missed the latest podcasting convention panel, but answers the questions, anyway. When will comic prices rise again? 'Star Trek' comics on DVD? And more
Imagining Absolute editions, being the fly on the wall, invading Japan by land in World War II, collecting sketches in Pittsburgh, recommending interesting podcasts. It's a busy week with a jam-packed edition of Pipeline.
Augie takes a look at 15 years worth of comics and finds some interesting numbers as well as a couple of forgotten series. Also, Adam Warren's 'Empowered' grows as a series, a quick lettering digression and a little bit more!