SPIDER-MANDATE: The Lowe-down on "Secret Wars," Tie-Ins and Stacey Lee
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Reviews of Batman Gotham Adventures #15 and Superman Adventures #34.
Augie's going to have to take a big breath after this Pipeline, the longest PCR in it's history. Augie talks about writers quitting their books, the $1.99 comics, 'Writers on Comics Scriptwriting,' 'Aria' and gives you a few reviews to look over.
Wolverine Explained, Tellos reviewed, The New Warrior new design, 104th issue question and Flash #150 thoughts.
One Liners: Augie's thoughts on Star Wars, Chris Eliopoulos' 'Desperate Times,' 'Quantum & Woody,' Stephen Blue's 'Red River,' 'Captain America: SOL' and a whole lot more!
Why Alan Moore is a God, how not to start a series, Impulsive reservations and a Predator comparison to comics.
Augie discuses his first issue at CBR, the many Image first issues, what he wants out of a first issue, his first Madison Square Garden convention and the first Monster Fighters Inc.
Augie celebrates the 100th Pipeline with a look at the column's history and its move to CBR.
Comic Books as we know them
Comments on the shutdown of a Superboy fan site; Quick reviews including Tom Strong #1, Leave It To Chance #12, Vext #4, Transmet #22, Authority #2, Inhumans #7
Case of confusing credits, and a look at Previews
Pipeline takes a look at the state of comics these days: how they're credited, how they're sold, etc.
In a rare Pipeline 'scoop', Erik Larsen announces he's leaving Aquaman. Augie doesn't keep his trap shut about it.
Lots of reviews, including 'Rising Stars', 'Batman: No Man's Land', 'Wolverine', and 'Gen13'.
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: J. Scott Campbell
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: Rob Liefeld. Plus, a look at the Week of Death.
Augie looks at the 'Savage Dragon: Team-Ups' book. Plus, some corrections to a bunch of recent columns.
A couple of flashback reviews this week: An Erik Larsen issue of 'Adventures of Superman' and Keith Giffen's 'The Heckler' #3.
Whither Marvel and CBG? Plus, reviews aplenty, including 'Vext', 'Planetary', and 'Batman: Gotham Adventures'.
Pipeline Idiot of the Week: Martin Wagner. Plus, reviews of 'The March Hare', 'X-Men', and 'League of Extraordinary Gentlemen'.
'Divine Right' goes sideways! Reviews of 'Captain America', 'Superboy', and 'Gen13' round out the column.