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Artist Valerio Schiti discusses his upcoming stint on "Avengers A.I.," mixing hi-tech action with humor and working with writer Sam Humphries.
Disney is bringing to an end slot machine and lottery ticket licensing deals that have been viewed as hypocritical to its anti-gambling stance.
"Head Lopper" creator Andrew MacLean talks to ROBOT 6 about kickstarting the second issue, his "Dark Horse Presents" story "Snip Snip" and more.
ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN spotlights the shelves of Marc in Hong Kong, who shows off his collection of comics, statues and more. Also find out how you can submit your collection to the feature.
Writer Vito Delsante tells ROBOT 6 about his two upcoming projects -- the mob vs. Mussolini story "World War Mob" and the superhero sidekick-turned-hero story "Stray."
Universal Studios Hollywood has canceled its Bill and Ted Halloween Horror Nights show, which featured a Man of Steel who is a mincing gay stereotype.
Answering fan questions on Tumblr, "Loki: Agent of Asgard" writer Al Ewing revealed that the title character is bisexual and will "shift between genders."
The Second Circuit Court of Appeals ends the effort by Jack Kirby's children to gain a copyright stake in Marvel characters he created or co-created.
A judge has delivered the deathblow to Stan Lee Media’s attempt to claim ownership of the Cimmerian known as Conan.
Dark Horse E-i-C Scott Allie discusses the latest edition of CBLDF's anti-censorship benefit book and why he's down for the cause.
Check out a rare ad from 1987 for what was supposed to be the first appearance of "Youngblood," by a 19-year-old Rob Liefeld and Hank Kanalz.
The Clown Prince of Crime has hit rock bottom - The Joker was booked for drunk driving after losing control of his car and driving off the road in Maine.
Disney has confirmed the existence of "Space Mountain," an OGN by Bryan Q. Miller and Kelley Jones to be released under Disney Comics.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco takes a look at Dean Trippe's autobiographical comic "Something Terrible," which tells the story of how Batman saved the author's life.
Today's edition of SHELF PORN comes from Mike in Rhode Island, who shares his gigantic collection of action figures and more. Also find out how you can submit your own collection!
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake praises the move by Valiant Comics to bring Christopher Priest and M.D. Bright back to the characters they created, "Quantom & Woody."
Matt Fraction often answers fan questions online, but never has he been more honest or moving than in response to a troubled reader, sharing his own struggles with depression.
Digital publisher NARR8 claims motion comics boost reader retention and usage; NYCC wrap-up reports continue.
Marvel has debuted the first look at "Marvel Run Jump Smash!," the upcoming 2D-sidescroller infinite runner for mobile devices.
"Aquaman" artist Paul Pelletier discusses re-bearding DC Comics' Atlantean king, Larry Bird's influence on his comics career and the challenge in choreographing underwater battles.
In response to NYCC’s controversial use of attendees’ Twitter accounts, a leading digital-rights group employee asks pop-culture conventions to "protect our secret identites."
Robert Kirkman & Charlie Adlard's "Walking Dead" #115 kicked off the book's 10th anniversary by selling 352,000 copies, making it the best-selling single issue of 2013.
Collaborators Art Baltazar and Franco announced over the weekend that DC Comics will soon relaunch the Eisner Award-winning "Tiny Titans."
New York Comic Con reportedly attracted more than 130K attendees over four days, meaning the six-year-old event is now roughly the same size as Comic-Con International.
A New Mexico school district has at least temporarily removed Neil Gaiman’s "Neverwhere" from its lone high school following an objection to the fantasy novel’s "inappropriate” content."
Disney has announced the 2016 opening of the Iron Man Experience at Hong Kong Disneyland, the first ride based on a Marvel character since Disney purchased the company in 2009.
ROBOT 6's Michael May chats with retailer and blogger Mike Sterling about the highs and lows of event comics in general and DC Comics' recently concluded Villains Month in particular.
Over on ROBOT 6, Christian from California shares his comics, art, statues and one really big gun in today's edition of SHELF PORN!
With "Gotham" and "Constantine" both headed to TV, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at past TV shows based on DC Comics properties and contemplates what elements make a good one.
After 63 years, military cutbacks have finally hit Camp Swampy. Military newspaper "Stars and Stripes" announced it has dropped Mort Walker's "Beetle Bailey" amidst other cuts for the paper.
While most Wonder Woman fan films see the DC Comics heroine take on street-level threats, the impressive new short from Rainfall Films sees Diana face obstacles both mythological and modern.
ROBOT 6 contributor Tom Bondurant looks back 20 years to DC Comics’ big event that rocked the summer of 1993: the 20-issue “Reign of the Supermen!” Has time changed his take?
The classic "Days of Future Past" arc began in "Uncanny X-Men" #141, and its cover by John Byrne & Terry Austin has been the subject of numerous homages. ROBOT 6 highlights some of the best!
Did DC Comics' Villains Month end with a bang or a whimper? ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco concludes four weeks of reviews with a look at the final titles, and their connections to "Forever Evil."
In advance of Sunday's "Breaking Bad" series finale, "Lost" co-creator and "Star Trek Into Darkness" co-writer Damon Lindelof has penned an essay comparing the show's Walter White to Batman.
The Northlake Public Library in suburban Chicago unveiled its Hulk statue earlier this month to a crowd of more than 300, which, according to Trustee Tom Mukite, is the "largest turnout at the library ever."
ROBOT 6's Cris Mautner went to the Small Press Expo last weekend, and shares his thoughts on the show as well as a quick rundown of the comics he bought.
Following up on the Batwoman marriage controversy, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant discusses DC Comics’ apparent need to keep characters "relatively unchanged, which these days includes being young and unmarried."
Was J. Jonah Jameson right? According to Pittsburgh police, a man wearing a Spider-Man costume robbed a local business before being apprehended by a University of Pittsburgh police officer. ROBOT 6 has details.
Creator Aaron Lopresti spoke to ROBOT 6 about drawing Batman on his own terms in the digital-first "Legends of the Dark Knight," with his story "I... Batman" featuring nods to Brian Bolland, Bruce Timm and more.