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Jim Lee and Dan DiDio discuss DC Comics after the New 52, Frank Miller's latest Batman epic and legacy creators returning to the fold.
Augie finishes up his epic re-read of "All Star Batman," and looks at what might have been.
At last, we've come to the best issue of Frank Miller and Jim Lee's "All Star Batman and Robin," served with a tall glass of yellow lemonade!
Augie compares Valiant's movie deal to Marvel and CrossGen's, finds a "Lone Wolf and Cub" magic trick video, and goes deep into the Joker issue of "All Star Batman."
Augie looks at "Chew" as it hits #45, finally catches up on "Marvel's Agents of SHIELD" season one and "All-Star Batman and Robin's" Wonder Woman debut.
Augie looks at Warren Ellis' "Global Frequency" as a new TV series is announced. Plus, the next episode in the epic "All Star Batman" re-read.
Augie learns new coloring techniques in "Art of the Penguins of Madagascar," plus, the "All Star Batman and Robin" re-read gets to Black Canary's debut.
Augie recaps "All-Star Batman and Robin" #2's issue-long car chase and chat, and reviews the "Maleficent" Blu-ray from a comic book reader's perspective.
Augie begins to chronicle the ten issues of "All-Star Batman and Robin" this week. Plus, is it time to throw all those comics out?
This month's Fan Questions marks the final installment of CBR and DC Comics' B&B column, with Bob Harras and Bobbie Chase answering queries about "Earth 2," "All-Star Batman & Robin" and creator diversity.
From “All-Star Batman” to “The Twelve,” CBR runs down 15 of the most rampant late comics NOT on store shelves today to find out how long they've been late, what’s taking so long and when to expect them to finally ship.
The WildStorm founder and acclaimed artist spoke with fans about all things comic books, including where he thinks the industry could be headed in light of the formation of DC Entertainment and Disney's pending purchase of Marvel.
Reports came in Friday that editor Bob Schreck, who oversaw DC Comics' best- selling All Star line among numerous other projects, has been let go by the company in the wake of Warner Bros'. company-wide layoffs.
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.
Brian examines some of the lessons learned from the recent "All-Star Batman & Robin" fiasco, why proper Street Dates should be enforced in the Direct Market, and what they could ultimately mean to retailers' pocket books.
In this week's Pipeline, Augie gives you an in-depth guided tour of his new bookcase, filled to the brim with trades, hardcovers, and memories. Also, a look at the state of comic book movies twenty years ago. Very little has changed.
Rich follows up on the big news from last week concerning the pulping of "All Star Batman & Robin" and discovers two more books which have been pulped, plus changing photos in the "Iron Man" film and much, much more.
In a special Tuesday edition of LYING IN THE GUTTERS, Rich follows-up on word that "All Star Batman" #10 has been pulled from shipping this week for offensive language in the issue, and Rich has the scans of the pages.