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Following the bombings Tuesday at the Boston Marathon, organizers of Boston Comic Con have confirmed the event will go on Saturday and Sunday as planned. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea discussed pulp-infused super heroes and experimental page layouts with "Black Beetle" creator Francesco Francavilla, who shared pages from his next issue.
In the latest edition of ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN column, Curt shares his collection of comics, statues and more, as well as his wife's "The Nightmare Before Christmas" collection!
With the Justice Leagues throwing down in "Trinity War" and Batman heading back to the 60s in "Batman '66," join ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant as he peruses through DC's July 2013 solicitations.
Keven Gardner, publisher of 12 Gauge Comics, shares the Batman-themed room he designed for his son with ROBOT 6.
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake ponders the upper limit of comic book readers, noting the industry's niche market status "doesn't eliminate the possibility of also attaining a larger readership."
Following the title's absence from Marvel's July solicitations, writer Jason Latour has confirmed the cancellation of "Winter Soldier" with #19. ROBOT 6 has details.
Hidden among this morning’s July solicitations, which included a mysterious “Classified” listing for a one-shot called "Age of Ultron #10 U.C.," Marvel has released a teaser that hints at the possible return of Galactus.
After a year of negotiations and aborted deals, the producers of the Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" and ousted director Julie Taymore announced today they have settled. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea speaks with "Harry Palmer: Starstruck" creator Michael Kaluta about the project's strong showing on Kickstarter, the plans for remastering the original pages and more.
Robot 6's Chris Arrant discusses comics with "Batgirl" writer Gail Simone about her upcoming work on "Red Sonja" and her Kickstarter project "Leaving Megalopolis" with Jim Califiore.
Are robots due for a comeback? ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman considers it, based on the announcement of "Avengers AI."
ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN column this week features a man of few words, but many comics, graphic novels, toys and statues. Also, find out how you can submit your collection!
ROBOT 6's Michael May contends you should be reading Marvel Comics' "Red She-Hulk" by Jeff Parker and Carlo Pagulayan -- not because of the title character, but because of Machine Man.
In addition to announcing July's "Batman Incorporated" #13 as the title's final issue, DC Comics' solicitations reveal that series writer Grant Morrison will also provide a variant cover for his grand finale.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on the career and legacy of Carmine Infantino, one of the pillars of the Silver Age of comics whose unique art style came to define DC Comics' identity for a generation of fans.
Ahead of the release of its Vertigo solicitations, DC Comics has announced that Chris Sprouse and Peter Hogan's long-teased "Tom Strong and the Planet of Peril" will debut in July.
Tokyopop CEO Stu Levy has responded to "Boys of Summer" creator Chuck Austen's advice to Tokyopop creators to "move on" after their time with the publisher. ROBOT 6 has the details.
DC Comics' popular magic wielder and part-time stage magician Zatanna is making the move from "Justice League Dark" to "Justice League" with July’s Issue 22, and she’ll bring with her a new costume.
"Insufferable" artist Peter Krause discusses the return of his and Mark Waid's Thrillbent comic, the appeal of going digital and the way his approach to illustrating has adapted to accommodate the online format.
"Mind MGMT" creator Matt Kindt spoke with ROBT 6's Tim O'Shea about his hit series, his upcoming OGN "Red Handed" and his recent trip to see the St. Louis Cardinals during Spring Training.
When Matt Fraction, Gabriel Bá and Fábio Moon reteam for the fourth volume of their acclaimed spy-fi series "Casanova," they’ll bring with them a literary heavy-hitter: Pulitzer Prize-winning author Michael Chabon.
Less than a month after announcing that Astro City will return in June as part of “DC proper,” DC COmics has revealed Kurt Busiek and Brent Anderson's superhero series will actually be released under the Vertigo banner.
In the latest installment of ROBOT ROULETTE, "X-Treme X-Men" and upcoming "Batman/Superman" writer Greg Pak talks about his favorite musician, worst job ever and when he first felt like a comics pro.
Comics writer Brandon Thomas shares his collection with ROBOT 6 this week; check out his original art, "Star Wars" toys and much more. Also find out how you can contribute to SHELF PORN!
ROBOT 6's Mark Kardwell spoke with 2000AD staffer Kathryn Symes about behind the scenes aspects of making comics, and the publisher's efforts in bringing old material back to print.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with "Uncanny X-Men" artist Chris Bachalo about his early days at Vertigo, his youthful aversion of X-Men comics and how experimental artists like Dave McKean influenced his work.
DC Comics announced Kyle Higgins & Thony Silas as the new "Batman Beyond" creative team, while Christos Gage & Iban Coello take over "Justice League Beyond" this summer. Plus, the future Batgirl makes her debut.
Image Comics has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive first look at Dave Johnson’s variant cover for the debut issue of "Jupiter’s Legacy," the Wagnerian superhero saga from Mark Millar and Frank Quitely.
Comics legend Stan Lee will pay another visit to Springfield next season, playing himself in an episode of Fox's "The Simpsons" in which he tries to aid Comic Book Guy's quest for romance.
Warner Bros. and DC Entertainment are focusing on the bad guys of the DC Universe in a new documentary called "Necessary Evil: Villains of DC Comics," narrated by legendary actor Christopher Lee.
"Graveyard of Empires" co-creators Paul Azaceta and Mark Sable reflect on the comic with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea, discuss Sable's current Kickstarter project, Azaceta's upcoming "Conan" work and more.
"Stumptown" and "Punisher" writer Greg Rucka answers six random questions on his "gateway" comics, growing up in Steinbeck country, the biggest "missed opportunity" of his career and more.
SHELF PORN gets its 'X' on today as Nicholas in Illinois shares his collection of X-Men movie collectibles, comics, statues and more. Also find out how you can submit your own shelves!
In “By the Numbers,” ROBOT 6 takes a look back at the events of the past five days … in numbers. This week the focus is on Angela, Marvelman, DC Comics' surprise departures, and "The Private Eye."
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant reflects on Morrison's newly-finished "Action Comics" run, saying "it draws from every era of Superman, blends the elements into a fine pureé and repositions the mix as a self-reflective epic."
"Justice League of America's Vibe" artist Pete Woods spoke with ROBOT 6 about his current work and abandoning the digital platform, going for a fresher, more organic style that's all done by hand.
A federal judge has confirmed that the heirs of Superman co-creator Jerry Siegel relinquished claims to the character in an agreement with DC Comics. However, it seems unlikely to end the nearly decade-long legal battle.
Veteran actor and comedian Phil LaMarr shares his reaction to DC Comics' editorial decree calling for the death of John Stewart, a character Lamarr brought to life for a generation of fans.
In the wake of Andy Diggle's "Action Comics" exit and Joshua Hale Fialkov leaving his "Green Lantern" titles, writer Nick Spencer recalled his similarly aborted plans for "Supergirl" in 2010.