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Is any actor listed in the Gen 13 Casting Call under the age of twenty-seven? What topic has been banned in Batman’s writers’ conferences? Can Greg Capullo teach you how to draw? Find out in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!
Alex Ross welcomes you to Wizard #42 with the greatest heroes and villains of the Marvel Universe…plus, Dark Horse Star Wars comics are still in canon, Marvel purchases Malibu, Keith Giffen reveals which of his creations he hates, and one of the magazine’s worst features finally says goodbye. All in today’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!
It’s true: Marvel’s X-titles have been cancelled. Also, Rob Liefeld debuts Maximum Press, Frank Miller and Neil Gaiman are interviewed, and one lucky fan wins dinner with a guy in an X-O Manowar suit. All in today’s Guide to the Guide to Comics! Continue Reading »
Youngblood receives its first rebranding, Event Comics is still preparing to take over the comics industry, and Brute & Babe escape the pages of Wizard and star in their own comic. All in today’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!
Can Wizard do a promo piece on the Spider-Clone storyline while keeping a straight face? Will Event Comics change comics forever? Can Zero Hour keep DC’s continuity straight for at least five years? Find out in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!
Can Wizard top its Camaro giveaway contest? Will Jim Balent’s Catwoman corrupt the nation’s youth? Also, which industry powerhouse was writing Wizard sidebar pieces in 1994?
Is Marvel ready for Beavis and Butt-Head? Which creators are sniping at each other in the letters column? Why did Wizard have to run a public apology after Comicfest ’93? Do any of the X-Men wedding issues match their original solicits? Find out in the Guide to the Guide to Comics!
How hard does Spawn hit that Soloflex? Can War Machine beat up the X-Men ? (No. Just stop this.) Are you ready for Youngblood’s animated debut? Prepare to relive the year 1993, repeatedly, in the Guide to the Guide to Comics.
Do X-Men fans still want Doug Goldstein’s head on a platter? Will Zero Hour clean up DC’s continuity? Who will Todd McFarlane offend in his very first column? Find out in this week’s Guide to the Guide to Comics!
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