"Batman's" Gotham Was... Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo
I started reading comics at the ripe old age of 13, well after most of my peers got hooked by that "G.I. Joe" commercial. But I haven't stopped reading since. I gave up counting how many comics sit in longboxes throughout the house years ago. Someday soon, I hope to count my comics by the megabyte.
My entrée into the world of writing about comics was in the letters columns of the 1990s, most prominently in "Savage Dragon" and DC's "Star Trek" series. I entered the on-line world -- well, back in 1986 on Q-Link, but I wasn't reading or talking about comics yet at that point, so nevermind. I started up on USENET and CompuServe in the mid-1990s, and eventually tried writing my own review column (creatively titled "Augie's Reviews"), which eventually became Pipeline in 1998. Pipeline has run every week since, without a break, and even ran twice a week for a couple of years, and alongside the first comic book podcast for nearly six years. I was the original editor of CBR's "The Commentary Track" feature, and now edit the CBR Reviews section.
I'm a computer programmer by trade, and a photographic enthusiast in addition to my sequential narrative habit. My wife enjoys Tom Beland's "True Story, Swear to God," while my daughter enjoys the works of Sandra Boynton, Dr. Seuss, and a tattered copy of "Little Lulu."
FIRST COMIC: "Amazing Spider-Man" #318
FAVORITE CHARACTER: Savage Dragon, Ultimate Spider-Man, Oracle, Jubilee, Asterix, Largo Winch
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Lots of reviews, including Batgirl #2, Savage Dragon #71, Gen Active #1, Batman Gotham Adventures #24, as well as Fantasia 2000; Plus, the return of the Pipeline Ad of the Week.
Jim Salicrup comments on the passing of George Roussos; Augie presents his picks for best writer/artist.
The new issue of Batman sets Augie off into a brief lesson in comic book dialogue; Plus reviews of Authority #12, Flash #159, and Action Comics #764.
Comics veteran George Roussos dies; A first look at Chris Eliopoulos' new comic strip; and your nominations for best writer/artists of the past decade!
Reviews, reviews, reviews! Augie takes on Kin #1, Rising Stars #5, Robin #75, Gen13 #50, and the new Comics Scene Magazine. Plus assorted silliness and comics awards talk.
A look at Stan Lee's new Internet venture: What does it mean for the future of the business of comics?
Is F5 worth looking forward to? Is the new Punisher up to the task? Does Nightwing need further explanation? And when do comics get distributed? All this and more in this week's Pipeline Commentary and Review.
Augie takes a look at books solicited for the month of April, including a Strange Kiss script book, the independent Taxman, Image's Powers, DC's Superman/Gen13, and more!
Production quality in X-Men: The Hidden Years suffers! Storytelling 101 with Batgirl #1! And reviews of Superman #155 and Astronauts in Trouble: Space: 1959 #1!
So if America's Best Comics live up to their name, who is second best? And what writers and artists teamed up to make magic in the 90s?
Pipeline takes a look at longevity in comics, and detailed reviews of Gatecrasher, Batman, Savage Dragon, and JLA: Created Equal.
This week's Pipeline2 takes an in-depth look at the works of Jinx creator and Eisner Award winner Brian Michael Bendis.
One column. 22 Topics. Commentary without a net. Click here now!
Alan Moore's America's Best Comics lineup: Are they really the best? And which among them is the most worth reading?
With No Man's Land out of the way, Augie takes a look at the start of a new era of Batman titles and other pleasant surprises.
In part two of his exclusive interview, Augie talks to inker Derek Fridolfs about the art of inking.
Augie discusses the reasons for replacing spandex with leather in comic book-related movies, and then gives a bunch of negative reviews to current comics.
Augie interviews Derek Fridolfs, guest inker for Wolverine #147 and asks him about breaking into the industry.
The new year starts off with more than a dozen comic reviews. Included is The Savage Dragon, I Die At Midnight, Superman Y2K, and Pulp Fantastic.
With the new year approaching, Augie takes a look at the 4 new comics companies looking to establish themselves in 2000.