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New Doc Ock Hits Spider-Man
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Marvel Hires New Publisher
Following such rumors, Marvel today announced that Bill Jemas has been replaced as Publisher. Now read who took his job.
CrossGen's Solus #7
CrossGen thinks you'll love George Pérez's new issue of Solus. And to prove it, here's a five-page preview.
Marvel Searches For She-Hulk
Writer Geoff Johns and artist Scott Kolins reunite for Marvel's Avengers as they search for She-Hulk.
Virtex Returns For Digital Webbing
A comic about a cybernetic cowboy that hunts outlaws riding dinosaurs? Where do we sign up? Read on and find out.
Marvel's Mutants Gains New Penciler
Marvel's New Mutants has a new artist onboard, and we've got a five-page preview. See if he's got the chops.
Image Rocks Out With Shangri-La
Are you ready to rock and roll? Image is, with their upcoming graphic novel Shangri-La. Read the details here.
Marvel Teams Up For A Good Cause
Spider-Man and The Incredible Hulk team up for charity in a special December one-shot. Read all about it.
Davis' Marquis Returns In December
Guy Davis' sin-slayer is back in The Marquis: Intermezzo, coming from Oni Press. Read all about it.
Marvel Unveils '04 FF Plans
Marvel plans three Fantastic Four series for 2004, and we've got the details and preview art. Check this out.
2F2F DVD Contest
The hit street racing film 2 Fast 2 Furious is driving to DVD players near you. Win a free copy from Slush and Universal.
 








Rich Watson

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Color vs. Black & White
Does not being printed in color hurt a comic's chance of success? Rich Watson and a few familiar faces tackle that question.



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SPX 2003: The Comics
Rich Watson takes a look at some of the more notable comics picked up at the recent Small Press Expo.


Comic Book Holiday: SPX 2003
Slush is back from the Small Press Expo, where creators sell and publishers hype. Read our complete coverage of the event.


Blackout Splendor
Rich Watson gives us his take on the American Splendor film, plus his New York Blackout adventure tale.


The 'Mouse' That Roared: The Paul Sizer Q&A
Slush interviews writer Paul Sizer about his acclaimed sci-fi comic Little White Mouse. Head's up, it's good stuff.


Old Home Week: Creator Updates
This week Rich Watson takes a look back at the creators he's covered in the past, and what they're up to now.


Gina Kamentsky: Gender Immigrant
This week Rich tackles a transgendered creator and the Isabella/Winick hubbub. Plus, reviews of the most interesting new titles.


MoCCA Art Festival 2003
Slush's Rich Watson reports from the NY MoCCA comic festival. Hear from Jim Mahfood, Jose Villarrubia, Eric Shanower, and more.


An open letter to Dan DiDio
Rich Watson has some suggestions for DC Comics, and he's not afraid to speak out. Read what's on his mind, plus more.


Posro Komics and the Black Comics Experience
Slush profiles Posro Komics, an entertainment company that is helping build the experience of blacks in comics.


Odds and Ends
Rich Watson goes hodgepodge this week, and talks about everything from letter columns to The Matrix. Plus reviews.


SPACE 2003: The Comics
It's a review day for Rich Watson as he takes on small press books from SPACE, as well as issues from the larger publishers.


The “Open Minds” Panel Transcript
How can small press comics reach the masses? Hear from a panel of experts, including Marvel writer Sean McKeever.


SPACE 2003
Scope our in-depth report from the SPACE convention, complete with quotes from Dave Sim.


Getting In Toon: The Scott Roberts Q&A - Part 2
In the second part of our Scott Roberts interview, we discuss his book Patty Cake, as well as a bunch of other fun stuff.


Getting In Toon: The Scott Roberts Q&A - Part 1
Hear the inside scoop on the animation industry as we speak with Scott Roberts, the man behind the Rugrats comic strip.


The UK Invasion - Then and Now
Slush takes an extensive look at the UK comic book invasion, plus Daredevil, the Oscar noms, and the latest books.


Milestone at 10
This week Rich celebrates Milestone's birthday, and talks comics, Tellos art, and... Batman-reading robots?


Ultimate Cheap Seats!
Rich Watson's View From The Cheap Seats turns 100 today, so he decided to do a little something special.


Vertigo and Deep Space Nine At Ten
January marks two important birthdays: DC's Vertigo and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. Come celebrate them with us.


The 2002 Top 10
Slush reveals our picks for 2002's best comics. Does your favorite make the cut? Read and find out.


Comic Potpourri
This week it's everything from small press news to Star Trek and everything in-between.


Practical Magic
Rich takes a walk on the magical side with an extensive interview with Wandering Star's Teri Sue Wood.


Seeing With New Eyes
Rich tells the inspirational tale of Tellos artist Thor Badendyck, and how he overcame severe adversary.


Teen Week
Rich takes an in-depth look at the "Teen Week" event, and what it could do for the comic book industry.


Grab Bag
Rich covers an assortment of topics, from minicomics to DC's retirement of the letters page. Read on.


SPX: The Comics
This week, Rich takes a look at the comics behind the Small Press Expo, and gives us the dope on the best of 'em.


Gathering of the Tribe: SPX 2002
Rich gives you his in-depth report from the 2002 Small Press Expo.


Tales of Modern Tales
It's time to enter the world of online comics, as Rich interviews the leader of the pack, Joey Manley of ModernTales.com.


JLA: Behind The Music
Have you heard the superhero song parodies that've been buzzing 'round the Net? Rich talks to the guy behind them.


The Battle for the Bookstores
There's a fierce battle underway, and it involves the four-color world's entry into the bookstore universe. Read all about it.


CrossGen, and Perdition
Slush welcomes comics journalist Rich Watson to the collective. Now read his debut column!


 

 



 
Sword of Dracula
Slush launches our Halloween countdown with the first in a series of spooky reviews. First up? New series, Sword of Dracula.
John Byrne's IMO
This week John points out that fans cannot read the minds of creators, although you wouldn't know that by listening to some of them.
The Dead Zone
Flesh-eating zombies battle the last remaining police officer in Image's new series, The Walking Dead. We review the first issue.
Steve Niles Interview
Slush interviews Steve Niles, the acclaimed writer of 30 Days of Night, who tells us about the relaunch of Fused.
A Spidery Preview
Have you seen the new Doctor Octopus, designed by fan-favorite artist Humberto Ramos? Click to dig the Doc.
Kill Bill Review
Slush reviews the first installment of Quentin Tarantino's kung fu slasher masterpiece, Kill Bill.
Viper Interview
Slush takes a look at new publisher Viper Comics, and interviews the guys behind two of its hottest books.
Peanuts Collected
Cartoon fans rejoice. Fantagraphics is reprinting the entire collection of Charles Schulz' Peanuts. Read on for details.


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