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Frank Miller wanted to write a Superman story, Clive Barker launched his own line of comics and Jim Lee debuts "Deathblow" in 1993.
CSBG continues its deep dive into classic issues of "Wizard," with a Rob Liefeld interview, early Hollywood/comics news and Princess Di trading cards.
CSBG continues its in-depth look at a 1992 issue of "The Guide to Comics," now hitting upon the magazine's infamous price guide.
In the start of a new CSBG feature, G. Kendall examines early issues of "Wizard." Travel back to 1992 and visit the Guide to the Guide to Comics!
Augie plays catch-up with "Invincible" and likes what he sees. Also, take a trip back twenty years to look at "Wizard" #1 all over again and a look at the past week's news items.
"Wizard" has changed formats, but Augie notices that very little else is different from before, unfortunately. Plus, an Emerald City Comicon post-mortem and five art books he'd like to see immediately, please.
It's time to say good-bye to "Wizard Magazine," and also time to dance on its grave. Also, is the two dollar digital comic the wave of the future? Augie has a proposal for potential digital publishers to mull over.
ROBOT 6 has the breaking story that Wizard Magazine will cease publication and founder Gareb Shamus has moved the convention tour to a new company called Wizard World, a brand that will also launch a new magazine online.
Joe Quesada's back to take you behind the scenes into the creation of not one, but two covers he did for Wizard Magazine promoting the "One More Day" storyline in the latest Cup O' Doodles exclusively on CBR!