Comic-Con Trailers: The Best of the Best, Ranked
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Did Marvel once close out a major crossover with a huge, story-altering mistake? Plus, does Don Rosa really hate "DuckTales?"
Don Rosa explains the importance of Fantagraphics' recolored and remastered Duck books, and how he followed in Barks' legendary footprints.
Disney drives Augie crazy, as the Big Hero 6 art book and the Don Rosa Library are great books scarred with one nit-pick each, sparking an epic tirade.
The McSpidey Chronicles hits "Amazing Spider-Man" #318, Augie's first comic. Plus, Carl Barks talked digital comics in 1999!
Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente give us the best book on how to produce comics, and a Duck comic turns out to be a disappointment. Plus, Spider-Man versus Venom!
Augie finds a Don Rosa Scrooge McDuck story he missed, and loves its emotional connections. Plus, learning to love Instagram, and a new McSpidey Chronicle!
Famed "Donald Duck" artist Don Rosa talks about the career he never thought he would have, the character's European legacy and more.
Were the All-New, All-Different X-Men going to have a different original member? How often does Mickey Mouse gets roughed up in Don Rosa's Duck comics!
Award-winning cartoonist Don Rosa discusses his Fantagraphics' prestige series, the unofficial "Uncle Scrooge" soundtrack, and the strangeness of his career.
Gary Groth, Eric Reynolds and Kristy Valenti of Fantagraphics Books talk about the future of the legendary publisher with "The Stranger’s" Paul Constant.
Word surfaces of Fantagraphics' Don Rosa Library series! Interviews with Mort Walker and Ellen Forney! J.W. Rinzler on "The Star Wars"! "Geek therapists" use comics and superheroes in their practice! Plus more!
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake dissects the recently revealed unpublished epilogue to Don Rosa's autobiography, in which the legendary "duck comics" creator revealed why he retired.
Don Rosa, who drew Disney's "Scrooge McDuck" and "Donald Duck" comics for many years, has written a lengthy and fascinating piece on why he gave up creating comics and did not pursue creator-owned work.
In a rather eventful column, Augie introduces the newest addition to the Pipeline family, proposes a new idea for a "Modern Masters" series, looks at the latest issue of "Previews," and runs down a list of Comic Fives.
Lewis Trondheim's blog hits dead wood and the Hulk wants you to subscribe. That, plus the new look in this week's PIPELINE COMMENTARY by Augie De Blieck Jr.