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Rich brings you surprising news on the return of 'Marvelman/Miracleman.' Plus, Truman and Landsdale's 'Dead Folks,' how Peter David's getting back at Bill Jemas, some Robotechnicality and much more.
Rich shares some thoughts on Sunday's various DC announcements, plus gives you a peek at 'Judge Dredd vs. Aliens,' how you can get 'Ultimate Spider-Man' on the cheap, an update from Future Comics and much more.
What other licenses are or may be affected by international rights holding? Rich takes a look into it, plus Morrison on 'Superman?' What was the top selling graphic novel of 2001? Where will the Oakland convention be next year? And what's John Romita up to? Rich knows!
What will happen to "Transoformers" comics in the UK? Well, Rich has an idea and US fans may want to get on board. George Romero writing comics? Who shot Newsarama? Eric Larsen tells all? And much more. UPDATED 10/30 Larsen respons to Lee.
Transformers fans, listen up! If you're not in the U.S. you won't be getting your fix any time soon. An editorial realignment at Marvel. More DC projects possibly head to the small screen. Booth's 'Limbo City' in limbo and much more.
Rich takes a full accounting of his past columns since joining CBR, checking which ones came true, which ones may not have and some updates on others. Plus, an eerie and disturbing cover from the Marvel Comics archives.
This week Rich brings you 'scandal' from the online world of comics, an 'Agent' that's exiting, the story behind Greg Feeley, more on that 'Doctor Who' project, 'Midnight, Mass.' keeps on and the Marvel Comics blooper reel.Updated
A very special Warren Ellis edition of Lying in the Gutters, plus who's directing "The Watchmen," the Bulletproof anthology, another "Doctor Who" spin-off and more on CrossGen's Premiere Publisher status with Diamond.
Joe Q working without a net, more 'Tom Strong' news, 'Agent X' skinny, a Dark Horse mainstream line, Marvel waves the flag one more time, more on the Valiant non-publication, 'Mignight, Mass.' saved and much more.
Rich brings his usual assortment of rumors this week with a Valiant clarification, the Hibbs v. Marvel deal, 'Elfquest' possibly going to DC, more Moore Gore, TMNT's next writer/artist team, Rich gets Jerry Ordway a job and much more!
Rob Liefeld's next new series, Darwyn Cooke rewrites the DC U, Ty Templeton goes to War, Chaos! Theory, Valiant no more and much more from Rich Johnston. Valiant story updated
Simonson, Ordway and Russell on 'Wonder Woman,' Moorcock returns to DC, Marvel/Oni collaboration a go, the story behind the 'GI Joe'/'Micronauts' artist switch and of course, much more.
Rich brings ya the latest juicy bits from around the industry with some notes about 'Stormwatch' and 'The Authority,' what happens next with Chaos! having closed up shop, Jimmy Palmiotti on the big screen, the latest on 'Superman/Rocketeer' and much more.
Where you'll find Kaare Andrews next project, the story behind the Newsarama move, that Ultimatization thing continues, 'Authority' labeling, Zimmerman and Quesada speak out and 'Mystic' gets a boob job.
Rich brings news of what's up with 'Stormwatch,' the possible 'Shonen Jump' line-up, Quesada answers why the 'Dracula' TPB was cancelled, Finch to work on 'Ultimate X-Men' and will Alan Moore be doing work for Vertigo? Read on to find out.
Even more on the 'Ultimatisation' of Marvel rumors, some 'Road to Perdition' follow-up news, Oscar Jiminez's 'Black Panther' art revealed, 'Full Fathom Force' from AiT/PlanetLar, where Mark Millar might be next and much more. Updated 07/22 2:40 PM PDT.
Another jam packed column featuring serious news of a comics pro being threatened with bodily harm, a whole transforming truckload of 'Transformers' bits, even more on the Ultimatisation of Marvel, an Image super hero line and much more.
Another week, another column filled with rumor and gossip from Rich Johnston. This week examines the Joe Quesada on-the-ropes rumors, Ultimatising the MU, what's up with 'Fray,' Brian Hitch on 'The Ultimates' schedule, a first look at Warren Ellis and Jacen Burrows 'Scars' and much more.
It's the official launch of Rich Johnston's new Lying in the Gutters and this first issue is chock full of stories. Here's some titles to tease you with: 'Is Tibet the new Gay?' 'Ennis and Robertson on Wolverine,' 'Americans, meet Big Dave,' 'Andrews on Ultimate X-Men,' 'Frank Miller plans at DC' and much more!
While we know Rich Johnston's new rumor/gossip 'Lying in the Gutters' column wasn't set to launch until Monday, he just couldn't wait. Check out this sneak peak installment where Johnston dishes the dirt on a new creator owned imprint coming from CrossGen.