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A week after Marvel announced a female Thor, series artist Russell Dauterman posted character models for both versions of the God of Thunder.
ROBOT 6 reflects on the recent social-media firestorm, and wonders whether we’re capable of bypassing the name-calling to have a productive discussion.
Erik in Canada shares his collection of comics, statues, toys and more with ROBOT 6. Also find out how you can submit your own SHELF PORN!
As DC’s anniversary plans heat up, ROBOT 6 looks at two collections: "Batman: A Celebration of 75 Years" and "The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years."
The nominations for the 2014 Harvey Awards have arrived, with nods to "Quantum and Woody," "Hawkeye," "Saga" and more.
The third volume of "Archie: The Married Life" reportedly has been banned in Singapore because the collection includes the wedding of gay character Kevin Keller.
Chris Roberson discusses the 2nd anniversary of Monkeybrain Comics, his work on "Edison Rex" and Dark Horse's upcoming "Aliens: Fire and Stone."
ROBOT 6’s Grumpy Old Fan examines the new direction for the former Nightwing in the context of the legacy structures of DC’s pre- and post-New 52.
Comic-Con International at San Diego 2014 is nearly here, and ROBOT 6 breaks down the highlights from the convention's second day of programming.
The jihadist group known by the acronym ISIS has called for the assassination of Nayef Al-Mutawa, creator of the superhero comic "The 99."
Rebellion's four-volume collection of Morrison and Yeowell's "Zenith" debuts in October; ROBOT 6 has an exclusive first look at the interlocking covers.
With Comic-Con International at San Diego 2014 fast approaching, ROBOT 6 breaks down the highlights of the first day of programming.
D.A. investigating DragonCon co-founder's social-media activity! Gene Luen Yang talks "The Shadow Hero"! David Reddick launches "Intelligent Life"!
Reconsidering its decision, DC Entertainment will allow Superman’s iconic S emblem on a statue memorializing a 5-year-old boy who died of abuse .
DC has denied permission for the "S" emblem to be engraved on a memorial statue for 5-year-old Jeffrey Baldwin, who died in 2002 of abuse.
Robot 6 chats with Eleanor Davis about “How to Be Happy,” which she cautions isn’t a self-help book, teaching a teen comics camp and more.
John returns to collecting after 20 years and shows ROBOT 6 his comics, toys, artwork and more. Also find out how you can submit your own collection!
As Meredith and David Finch prepare for their tenure on “Wonder Woman,” ROBOT 6 considers what lessons they can draw from past creative teams.
"Nothing Can Stop Me Now," a full-color hardcover graphic novel anthology inspired by the music of Nine Inch Nails, is closing in on its Kickstarter goals.
Following the NBA's lead, the NFL has officially banned non-standard/overbuilt face masks for use in the 2014 season, citing safety reasons.
Jim Zub and Steven Cummings talk with ROBOT 6 about collaborating on their upcoming Image Comics series.
Blaine from Tennessee shares his collection of comics, Transformers, Pez dispensers, metal signs and more with ROBOT 6.
Co-editors Eric Reynolds and Phil Nel discuss Fantagraphics' collections of Crockett Johnson’s acclaimed "Barnaby" strips, the second of which arrived in stores this week.
ROBOT 6 digs into “Superman” #32, paying special attention to its depiction of Perry White, the Man of Steel’s ennui, and hints of future revisionism.
Calls for regulation or licensing of Times Square's costumed characters have arisen following the arrest of several individuals.
Three Hollywood guilds have thrown their weight behind the effort to convince the U.S. Supreme court to hear an appeal by Jack Kirby's heirs.
Superman may be more powerful than a locomotive, but he can’t get away with driving on England’s M42 motorway without insurance.
The “Kings Watch” artist chats about collaborating with Jeff Parker, bringing together Flash Gordon, The Phantom & Mandrake the Magician -- and more.
Get ready for a piece of the action -- action figures, that is -- in this edition of ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN! Bonus: Find out how you can submit your very own collection to ROBOT 6!
ROBOT 6 reflects on a bygone era, when readers traveled from shop to shop to complete collections and it was possible to buy every new comic.
The longstanding legal battle between Jack Kirby's heirs and Marvel may take an interesting turn if the U.S. Supreme Court takes an interest.
"Sex Criminals'" Chip Zdarsky provides a variant cover for Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie's new Image Comics series, "The Wicked + The Divine."
Eben Burgoon tells ROBOT 6 about the 6-week workshop he led for the California nonprofit 916 Ink to teach elementary students how to create comics.
Mark in Pennsylvania shares his collection of autographed statues, props and more with ROBOT 6 in today's edition of SHELF PORN. Also find out how you can share your own collection!
With the debut of “Infinity Man and the Forever People,” ROBOT 6 examines DC’s latest attempt to revive some of Jack Kirby’s Fourth World creations.
Alex Ross has revealed new X-Men and Captain America lithographs that will be available at Comic-Con International 2014.
Samsung has announced a partnership with Marvel designed to showcase the graphic capabilities of its new Galaxy Tab S tablets.
The Florida Department of Citrus is working on a $1 million for Marvel to give its mascot Captain Citrus a makeover to market orange juice to kids.
Warner Bros. has renewed its partnership with Mattel in a multi-year deal that expands rights to include upcoming DC Comics-based films and television series.
With the conclusion of DC's "Forever Evil," ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant looks at its immediate consequences on the Justice League.