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On Mike Wieringo's 51st birthday, Augie takes a look at his and Mark Waid's "Flash" run and the strengths of each creator.
Mike Wieringo passed away six years ago this week, and Augie remembers the artist's beloved stint on "Fantastic Four," specifically the widescreen scope of the three-issue "Fourtitude" arc.
Augie covers a variety of items this week, from Mike Wieringo's start on "Fantastic Four" and the death of Joe Kubert to the funny thing about Marvel NOW! covers and Brian K. Vaughan's new creator-owned success.
It's been two years since Mike Wieringo's untimely passing away, and in this Pipeline, Augie looks back on Ringo's career, and offers some updates and links to relevant happenings that have taken place and developed since.
Dynamite Entertainment publisher Nick Barrucci is auctioning off his prized Walt Simonson Loki and Thor sketches in support of the Saved Whiskers Rescue Organization.
J. Torres gives CBR the story behind DC's latest all ages superhero series, from its connections to Torres' previous creator-owned works to Tim Levins' greatest artistic inspiration, Mike Wieiringo.
This week in Pipeline: Augie ponders the role of a comics critic in a creator's life while offering lettering criticism along the way. Also, play a game of "Guess the Artist," Marvel comics from the mid-90s, and plenty more!
Four girls with guns, a delusional robot, a crashed spaceship and a furry bad guy in a comic packed with guns, explosions, aliens and edgy humor, wrapped in a Mike Wieringo cover. That's "Hyperkinetic," the latest miniseries by Howard Shum.