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Target’s new partnership with Warner Bros. Consumer Products and DC Entertainment debuted its first TV commercial, an animated spot featuring the Justice League in their New 52 costumes.
Lucy Knisley chats with ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson about her latest graphic novel "Relish: My Life in the Kitchen," food, family and her favorite places to grab a bite to eat in New York City.
It's a different sort of SHELF PORN this week, as Guido from Perú shows ROBOT 6 what he does to protect his collection from the elements and nature.
With the news that Marvel's "Journey into Mystery" #655 by Kathryn Immonen, Valeria Schiti & Jordie Bellaire is the final issue of the series, ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman reflects on Sif's brief run in the title.
Despite a series of seemingly definitive decisions in DC Comics’ favor, attorney Marc Toberoff vows to continue his battle with Warner Bros. over the legal ownership of Superman.
"Green Lantern Corps" #21, the first issue of Van Jensen and Robert Venditti’s tenure, features an obvious wink and nod to the March controversy surrounding word that DC Comics had plans to kill off John Stewart.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and WB Games Montreal have debuted the first gameplay trailer for "Batman: Arkham Origins," the prequel to the blockbuster video-game series.
With Marvel's announcement of writer Al Ewing & artist Greg Land's "Mighty Avengers" series starring Power Man, Black Panther and She-Hulk, Robot 6's Carla Hoffman ponders how many Avengers titles are too many?
Kevin Brennan shows ROBOT 6 the interior of his studio in Calgary, which is decorated with toys, graphic novels and more. Also find out how you can send in your SHELF PORN!
With the "Man of Steel" film and Scott Snyder & Jim Lee's "Superman: Unchained" #1 both releasing next week, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant considers the lofty ideas Superman has come to represent.
DC Comics will resurrect its well-regarded anthology "Batman: Black and White" beginning in September with six double-sized issues.
Musician and comics writer Gerard Way once pitched a Batman miniseries to Vertigo titled "Kingdom of the Mad," and this weekend, the former lead singer of My Chemical Romance started sharing some of the concept art.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman reexamines "Doctor Strange: The Oath" by Brian K. Vaughan and Marcos Martin, noting that while re-reading she "instantly fell back in love with the Sorcerer Supreme."
Jeff in Edmonton, Canada shows ROBOT 6 his collection of comics, statues, action figures and more. Also find out how you can participate in SHELF PORN!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at some short, yet significant creative-team runs on several series from DC Comics including "Action Comics," "Detective Comics" and "OMAC."
Writer Derek Fridolfs spoke with ROBOT 6 about introducing Golden Age character Shazam to the hi-tech future of "Justice League Beyond," while sharing an exclusive preview of the issue illustrated by Ben Caldwell.
While Marvel's mature readers MAX line is limited to "Fury" and "Wolverine MAX" these days, ROBOT 6 picks six characters who would do well with no shackles and make solid additions to the line.
It's a case of life imitating art as Spider-Man and two Captain America came to blows on Hollywood Boulevard over a battle for costumed impersonator turf. ROBOT 6 has more details.
President Bill Clinton provides a cover blurb for Rep. John Lewis' debut graphic novel "March," the first of three books chronicling Lewis' real-life involvement in the American Civil RIghts movement.
Eisner Award-winning artist Francesco Francavilla, best known for his pulp work, has given birth to a new 'Batploitation' art series, "Batman 1972," providing a very different look at the Dark Knight.
Artist Kevin Maguire, who voiced concerns over Valiant Entertainment's revival and treatment of original creators, revealed he is "now cool" with the publisher following discussions at Phoenix Comicon.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco looks at the first issue of the latest title from the "Tiny Titans" team of Art Baltazar and Franco, as they move into the DC Universe proper with "Green Team: Teen Trillionaires."
Theodoros in Greece shares his collection of action figures, HeroClix, graphic novels and more in ROBOT 6's weekly SHELF PORN feature. Also find out how to submit your own shelves!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on "Green Lantern" #20, the final issue of Geoff Johns' epic run that lasted more than 100 issues and redefined the roles of Hal Jordan and Sinestro in the DC Universe.
The Joe Shuster estate's attorney has asked the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to overturn a ruling that the family was prevented from reclaiming the artist’s stake in Superman by a 20-year-old agreement with DC Comics.
Who needs the Kwik-e Mart? Universal Studios Orlando, which has announced plans for an expanded Simpsons-themed area at the park that’ll open this summer. ROBOT 6 has details.
Most Marvel Comics fans pride themselves in their encyclopedic knowledge of comic-book continuity, amassed over a lifetime of reading, but this 4-year-old girl just might put many of them to shame
ComiXology has removed 56 titles from its iOS app this week, ranging from "Angry Youth Comix" to "Sex" to "The Boys: Herogasm," to adhere to Apple App Store policies. They’re still available for purchase from comiXology.com.
A damaged copy of one of the rarest key comics in existence, "Action Comics" #1, was found inside the wall of an old house during renovation. The auction for the issue has topped $100K and continues to climb.
Taking a break from filming "Amazing Spider-Man 2" in New York City’s Chinatown, star Andrew Garfield headed to a nearby basketball court - in full costume - to take on two pint-sized opponents.
Jeremy Kirby has launched a Kickstarter campaign to fun "The Life and Times of Jack Kirby," a hardcover book looking back on the life and career of his legendary grandfather.
After teasing that he and his "Green Lantern" collaborator would reteam on "a new project later this year," Geoff Johns has made it official: Artist Doug Mahnke will join him on "Justice League of America."
A Philadelphia preschool has purportedly banned "wrestling, Super Hero play, and Monster games" due to the risk of injury. ROBOT 6 has all the details.
WB Television and "Smallville" co-creators Miles Millar & Alfred Gough have settled a multimillion-dollar dispute concerning profits from the long-running television series. ROBOT 6 has more details.
The result of an Indiegogo campaign, director/producer Andrew List's fan trailer for "Kingdom Come," based on the acclaimed 1996 miniseries by Alex Ross and Mark Waid, has been released online.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with "Punk Rock Jesus" creator Sean Murphy about his work on "Batman Beyond," Scott Snyder's "The Wake" and offers advice for young creators.
Today’s SHELF PORN on ROBOT 6 comes from Chris Makro, a comic artist in Greece, who shows off his collection of Greek and American comics, statues, artwork and more.
In his weekly "Grumpy Old Fan" column, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks ahead at DC's plans for August, covering "Trinity War," "Batman Incorporated" and the cancellation of "Legion of Super-Heroes."
Vertigo has released a preview of Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's "American Vampire: The Long Road to Hell" #1 one-shot available June 12, featuring the return of greaser vampire hunter Travis Kidd.
Borrowing a page from Top Cow’s 2012 resurrection of "Cyber Force," Image Comics co-founder Rob Liefeld has turned to Kickstarter to help relaunch his 1990s Image Comics series "Brigade."