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ROBOT 6 contributor Tom Bondurant reflects on his DC Comics observations from last year, and makes some predictions for the one that lies ahead.
Illustrator Chris Raimo shares his love for the Star-Spangled Avenger with ROBOT 6, showing off his toys, action figures and more. Also find out how you can share your own collection!
ROBOT 6 crunches the numbers and finds the comic book sector of crowd-funding sites Kickstarter & Indiegogo may be nearly 2% the size of the direct market.
Comic-Con International organizers have announced that four-day passes will not be sold for this year’s event. ROBOT 6 has details.
After posting a storyboard which plagiarizes another Daniel Clowes' strip, Shia LaBeouf shared the legal letter he received from Clowes' lawyer.
Gerard Way has posted new concept art for his upcoming project "All Ages," a comic featuring clothes-wearing cats.
As part of ROBOT 6’s fifth anniversary, Stuart Moore and Gus Storms discuss their upcoming Image Comics sci-fi series "EGOs."
Chris from Maryland puts the "action" in action figure in his collection of comics and figures. Check it out on ROBOT 6 today!
ROBOT 6 contributor & comic store employee Carla Hoffman acknowledges the benefits of digital, but knows nothing beats buying books from an actual person.
The ROBOT 6 anniversary celebration continues with previews of Monkeybrain's January releases including "Anti-Hero," "Edison Rex" and more!
ROBOT 6 kicked off 2014 with a bang, taking over CBR with exclusive previews, interviews and announcements - get the full rundown here!
ROBOT 6's contributors select their favorite comics of the year, including "Dial H," "The Property," "Hawkeye," "Marble Season," "Six Gun Gorilla," "March" and "Saga."
Duane Swierczynski promises "a nonstop carnival of violence" in his Dark Horse graphic novel "Two Past Midnight," which stars Captain Midnight, Ghost and X. Link Fixed
Com.X has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive preview of the graphic novel "Average Joe," set in a world where everybody has superpowers.
ROBOT 6 takes aim at an exclusive preview of Marvel's "X-Force" #1, by Si Spurrier and Rock-he Kim.
With a prequel already under their belts, collaborators Bryan J.L. Glass and Victor Santos look ahead to the debut of their "Furious" ongoing series.
ROBOT 6 heads back to the '80s and a high school for assassins in a preview for "Deadly Class" #1, by Rick Remender, Wes Craig and Lee Loughridge.
ROBOT 6 contributors Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman reflect on the year that was DC and Marvel, from renumbering to movies and television.
With a second print collection on the way from Oni Press, John Allison talks with ROBOT 6 about the past, present and future of his webcomic "Bad Machinery."
Alternative Comics will release a collection of work by Steven Cerio, whose hallucinatory art has appeared in comics and on album covers.
Brad Meltzer discusses revisiting the very first Batman story with Bryan Hitch for the 75th-anniversary issue. Plus: an exclusive first look at Jim Lee's cover for "Detective Comics" #27.
In March, Drawn and Quarterly will release "White Cube," a collection of wordless gag strips by Belgian cartoonist Brecht Vandenbroucke.
Dean Haspiel explains the inspiration for his take "The Fox," saying, "I have been trying to ape the feeling I got when I saw 'Raiders of the Lost Ark' for the first time."
ROBOT 6 has color pages from "Wolverine" #1, by Cornell and Stegman, and "Winter Soldier: The Bitter March" #1, by Remender and Boschi, arriving in February from Marvel.
Anna Bongiovanni.chats with ROBOT 6 about her influences, folklore and the themes of her new book "Out of Hollow Water."
Collaborators Jamie S. Rich and Dan Christensen talk with ROBOT 6 about their upcoming Oni Press graphic novel "Archer Coe, The Mind’s Arrow."
U.K. publisher Nobrow has announced a 2014 slate that includes Jesse Moynihan's "Forming II," Luke Pearson's "Hilda and the Black Hound" and William Grill's "Shackleton’s Journey."
Otto Octavius begins his battle against the Goblin Nation in this exclusive preview from February's "The Superior Spider-Man" #27.NOW.
First Second has announced the fall release of "The Zoo Box," a book for young readers about a mysterious box by Ariel Cohn and Aron Nels Steinke.
Writer Frank J. Barbiere dusts off the dossier on "The White Suits," his upcoming Dark Horse miniseries with artist Toby Cypress.
Koyama Press' spring lineup includes Michael DeForge's "A Body Beneath," Jesse Jacbos' "Safari Honeymoon" and Seo Kim's "Cat Person." ROBOT 6 has details.
Humanoid will release a new English-language edition of Jean-Claude Forest's racy sci-fi classic adapted by "Captain Marvel" writer Kelly Sue DeConnick.
ROBOT 6 has a preview of Mark Connery's "Rudy," which publisher 2D Cloud has announced will debut in May at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival.
Dark Horse has provided ROBOT 6 with the full prequel from "Dark Horse Presents" #31 to "Furious," the upcoming series by Bryan J. L. Glass and Victor Santos.
John Raffo, screenwriter of "The Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story," talks with ROBOT 6 about his comics debut with "The 7th Sword."
ROBOT 6 has an exclusive excerpt from "Duppy '78," the upcoming Com.X graphic novel of ghosts and gang wars from Casey Seijas and Amancay Nahuelpan.
With 2014 mere hours away, ROBOT 6 continues checks in with Tyler Kirkham, Faith Erin Hicks, Thom Zahler and others about the year that was, and what lies ahead.
Cartoonist Jacob Chabot delves into the challenges of creating wordless stories for Perfect Square's Hello Kitty graphic novels.
With the announcement of Dark Horse's new edition of "Murder Mysteries," the acclaimed artist reflects on his adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story.
Writer Frank Barbiere talks with ROBOT 6 about "Five Ghosts'" big year as it moved from five-issue miniseries to Image Comics ongoing.