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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.
'Batman: Mad Love' gets animated. 'Aria' debuts. And some storytelling lessons from recent comics.
A quick year-end recap, and a whole bunch of reviews too numerous to list here.
Reviews of The Kingdom 5th week event, the latest offerings from the increasingly-prolific Erik Larsen, and movie reviews.
Augie offers his eulogy for the departing Gladstone Comics.
Lots of impending comics cancellations, a new search engine, and why Iron Man is Marvel's James Bond.
Augie reviews the JLA of Christmases Past, Present, and Future.
DC's hardcover CRISIS edition was misprinted, and Augie has a lot to say about that.
It's time for the 'Wizard Year-End Spectacular' and a trio of reviews that could only be called 'The Erik Larsen Hat Trick.'
Kyle Baker's 'You Are Here' heads up a column that also includes Mark Millar's 'Superman Adventures.'
Augie attends a local convention and meets The Dukes of Hazzard's Sheriff Enos.
Comments and follow-ups on Buffy, Clan Apis, and more.
Why Buffy the Vampire Slayer #2 is a very very bad comic.
An interview with Dan Jurgens gets Augie to explain why the Superman books suck so much these days...
It's the return of One-Liners, with thoughts on The Savage Dragon, Boris the Bear, comic book shops, and more.
It's a tale for the fish and the bees as Augie looks at 'Aquaman' #50 and 'Clan Apis #1.'
In a world where comics are considered "collectible," what lessons can we learn from the author's previous experiences as a baseball card collector?