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In a world where comics are considered "collectible," what lessons can we learn from the author's previous experiences as a baseball card collector?
Augie reviews the first issues for 'Black Panther,' 'Buffy the Vampire Slayer,' and 'Re: Gex.'
Full length review of Chris Eliopoulos' new book, 'Desperate Times.'
Reviews of 'Gon Color Spectacular, 'Superman Adventures #25', 'Gen13', 'Captain America,'and 'Superman for all Seasons.'
Thoughts on age and comics fandom, as well as comics storage.
Crossoveritis and more thoughts on how to store your comics.
Wherein Augie organizes his comics collection and asks for your solutions.
Augie spends the day reading comics and comes back with reviews of 'The Kents,' 'Nevada,' 'Fantastic Four #10,' and more.
Lots of reviews, including 'Live Kree or Die,' 'Youngblood,' 'The Avengers,' and more.
Augie reviews 'Whiteout #1', 'Savage She-Dragon', and a pair of Tangent books.
Pipeline takes a look at some recent Duck books from Gladstone Comics.
A look at industry hype and the role 'Wizard Magazine' plays in it.
Pipeline looks at the Archie Comics lineup.
More reviews, including 'Babylon 5: In Valen's Name', 'Desperate Times' #1, and 'Savage Dragon' #50.
Back by popular demand: Pipeline one-liners!
At the end of Peter David's run on 'The Incredible Hulk', Augie looks at the politics surrounding it.
The Fla$h, 'Desperadoes', 'Fantastic Four', and 'Firearm' all squeeze their way into this week's Pipeline.
A Big Apple Convention report, plus a ton of reviews.
Unpopular things to say -- and other one-liners.
The 'Spawn' movie inspires thoughts of graphic violence, comics about comic books, and Uncle Scrooge comics. Go figure.