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Keith Giffen's back not with hate, bile or bitterness, but with a list of the top 50 reasons he loves working in comics, and a top 10 list of talents he believes deserving of wider recognition.
The long national nightmare is officially over -- Keith Giffen has returned! After far too long of a break, Giffen is back at CBR to share his opinion on pretty much everything, and if you're in his sights, well, you're definitely in trouble.
Keith Giffen's had it up to here with Darkseid, asks personal questions about Krypto, talks Sarah Palin, laments the reprinting of one of his '80s works, and reveals what he thought "Reign In Hell" was supposed to be about.
If you only have time to read one column this week, it should be this one! Keith Giffen's back with his thoughts on the "All Star Batman & Robin" #10 fiasco, missing dialog in "Ambush Bug Year None" #2 and much more.
Keith Giffen's Back! He checks in on a multitude of subjects this week, including airing dirty laundry in public, opting for star power over competence, how some characters just don't work and the word "fanboy."
Keith Giffen returns to share his thoughts on "Brave and the Bold," 1960s comic book dialog, what "Countdown" was counting down to, cholesterol drugs and a list of apologies in advance of July's "Ambush Bug: Year None."
Keith's back and he's got a list! Five of 'em, actually! Five words that have overstayed their welcome, Not quite jumping the shart but close, the top comments ever said to him by people who should know better and much more.
After being involved in two weekly comics series, Keith Giffen's ready to take a break. Pulling on that experience, Keith offers up 36 bits of advice and lessons for "Trinity" creators Kurt Busiek and Mark Bagley that should not be missed.
This week, Keith tackles women's roles in comics (the creators, not the characters), plus a bunch of other ramblings working through his head in this week's UCOW!
Continuity -- it's something comic fans love and obsess over. What does Keith Giffen think of continuity and all that comes with it? Does he obsess over events and timelines? His answer may surprise you.
Keith Giffen weighs in on the whole "One More Day" debate and offers up a list of 25 ways to break up a super hero marriage. Trust us – you won't want to miss this one.
Veteran creator Keith Giffen brings his irreverent brand of humor and commentary to CBR in the new column AN UNFORTUNATE CONFLUENCE OF WORDS! What's on Keith's agenda for column #1? A list of resolutions like you've not seen before.