Augie's weekly PIPELINE PODCAST is CBR's podcast in which Augie talks about the world of comics and upcoming releases.
Sit back, folks, it's a long one. This week we have new issues of 'Daredevil', 'Savage Dragon', 'Blue Beetle', and even 'Damage Control.' All that, and a whole lot more.
Asterix is at the top of this week's Top Ten list, accompanied by books such as The Order, Franklin Richards, Thor, and Batman: The Killing Joke. Quite a mix there.
Darwyn Cooke returns to the Top Ten list this week, with Mark Evanier's Kirby Bio close behind. A black and white Marvel title and a new Terry Moore title all follow close behind.
A new format for the show notes includes the weekly Top Ten now. Jeff Smith takes pole position, but Ed Brubaker lands three titles.
Augie celebrates his third anniversary as a comics podcaster with a Top Ten list featuring no less than four titles from Warren Ellis, two from Rick Remender, and a whole lot more!
The Pipeline Previews Podcast returns, as Jamie and Augie take a look at what's coming up in February 2008 in the way of comics over five dollars.
A bustling comics week leads to a wide array of comics for this week's top ten. Image takes the #1 slot, but it's a tight race.
Augie and Jamie return for a look deep into the Previews catalog for October 2007.
Augie is joined by fellow podcaster Ron Richards, for a discussion of the week's top ten comics, as well as last week's Wizard World: Chicago convention.
It's a busy week, so Augie presents his top 13 picks for the week, including Skrulls, Dazzler, Casanova, WildCats, a hardened criminal, classic war stories, and new wave superheroics. Plus, an insane prediction.
Marvel takes up half the top ten list this week with World War Hulk, Ant-Man, Ultimate X-Men, Spider-Man, and Fantastic Four. Plus, Berlin, TwoMorrows Magazines, and more.
Spider-Man gets four new creative teams. Babylon 5 goes straight to DVD. The Eisners. The Ultimates. The Walking Dead. All this and more as Augie recaps Saturday in San Diego.
The exclusive announcements began today at CCI: San Diego. Hollywood Licenses are all the rage. Digital Comics are lining up. And Warren Ellis is doing an X-Men title? Augie recaps the day's madness for you.
The Pipeline Podcast covers San Diego by bringing you the day's news highlights, with some added commentary. This is the first of three podcasts.
With San Diego ahead of us, lots of publishers are pushing new material. Augie has a top ten list of those books and more in this week's podcast.
Augie and Jamie once again look to the future and find an hour and a half worth of comics to discuss for September 2007.
The podcast is still going, and this week we look at titles like the return of 'Boys,' 'Silver Surfer Requiem,' and the first '52' trade.
Augie spoke with TwoMorrows author George Khoury on his upcoming book, 'Image Comics: The Road To Independence.' Click through for an hour-long chat about the company, its history, and its legacy.
It's a busy week in comics, and Augie has his new top ten in podcast form. It includes 'Brave and the Bold' #1, a 'Brit' trade paperback, and a rant about DC's flagship titles.
Augie hasn't been great about updating the show notes, but the show has gone on! This week, "Action Comics Annual," "Borderline," "Ultimate Spider-Man" and more are up for discussion.