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After the release of his latest novel "Gun Machine" earlier this week, writer Warren Ellis spoke with ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant about the future of his career, of comics and his place in it all.
Following a stroke just before the New Year, fan-favorite comic writer Peter David continues to recover and will undergo in-patient rehabilitation once he's released from the hospital.
Check out the round-up for all of ROBOT 6's special fourth anniversary content this year, including exclusive announcements, interviews, previews, special features and more!
Archaia has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive preview of "Spera" Volume 2, the follow-up volume for Josh Tierney's unique take on the fantasy epic set for release on February 27.
Robot 6 contributors Carla Hoffman and Tom Bondurant continue their annual look back at the year in Marvel and DC, tackling the "Man of Steel" trailer, Gail SImone, ethnic diversity, Deadpool and much more.
Archaia has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive preview of "The Joyners in 3D," which reunites "Syndrome" collaborators R.J. Ryan and David Marquez for a 3D graphic novel set to be published in 2013.
As ROBOT 6′s fourth-anniversary celebration winds down, they look back at some of their favorite comics of 2012, from "Building Stories" and "Saga" to "Goliath" and "Bandette" to "Life With Archie" and "Hawkeye."
ROBOT 6 has an exclusive preview of "Cyborg 009," the publisher's upcoming reinterpretation of Shotaro Ishinomori's classic manga by F.J. DeSanto, Bradley Camp and Marcus To.
Robot 6 has an exclusive first look at the return of British publisher Atomeka Press, whose 2013 lineup includes "Monster Massacre," "Carpe Diem," "The Weirding Willows" and "Odyssey."
Joe Casey talks "Sex," his upcoming Image Comics collaboration with Piotr Kowalski about "what happens when superheroes and supervillains stop fighting."
Marking the 60th anniversary of the death of Hank Williams, Robot 6's Brigid Alverson looks at his connection to comics, and excerpts the unfinished biography of the country-music legend by the late cartoonist Dylan Williams.
BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon looks back on 2012, which saw the launch of the popular "Adventure Time" comics, discusses the development of new talent and original comics, and peers into the new year.
Koyama Press has shared an exclusive preview of the fifth issue of Michael DeForge's one-man anthology "Lose," which includes a story about two high school students who visit a zoo and experiment with hallucinogens.
"Return of the Dapper Men" collaborators Jim McCann and Janet Lee talk with Robot 6 about "Lost Vegas," their upcoming Image Comics sci-fi miniseries about a gambler-turned-slave who has 24 hours to pull off the universe's greatest heist.
Marvel helps Robot 6 celebrate its anniversary with an exclusive preview of "Young Avengers" #2, by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie, which arrives Feb. 27.
Courtesy of Dark Horse, Robot 6 has an exclusive preview of "Star Wars: The Clone Wars -- Defenders of the Lost Temple," an original graphic novel set during the fourth season of the animated series.
In a Q&A with Robot 6, Jim Woodring discusses "Problematic," a collection of his sketchbook drawings, his upcoming graphic novel "Fran" and what inspired him to start sketching.
Picturebox has provided Robot 6 with an exclusive 10-page preview of "So Long, Silver Screen," the first major release by influential French artist Blutch in North America. The graphic novel arrives in April.
Scott Snyder talks with Robot 6 about the "Death of the Family" storyline, the "Rotworld" crossover, and what readers can expect when "American Vampire" returns from hiatus.
Marvel has given Robot 6 an exclusive preview of "Avengers Arena" #4, by Dennis Hopeless and Allesandro Vitti, which pits the Runaways against Avengers Academy. The issue arrives Feb. 13.
Courtesy of IDW Publishing, Robot 6 has a preview of "Judge Dredd" #2, by Duane Swierczynski and Nelson Daniel, plus an exclusive look at the back-up story illustrated by Brendan McCarthy.
Archie Comics Co-CEO Jon Goldwater talks about the digital "diamond mine" and the popularity of "The Best of Archie," and explains why the Archie's Girls makeup line is "our most important licensing deal in the last 30 years."
"Absalom" collaborators Gordon Rennie and Tiernen Trevallion provide Robot 6 with a first look at completed pages and character sketches from "Robbie Burns -- Witch Hunter," their upcoming graphic novel from Renegade Arts.
"Peter Panzerfaust" creators Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins discuss their World War II reimagining of "Peter Pan," and bringing their take on the iconic villain Captain Hook to center stage with the next issue of the Image series.
U.K. creators Warwick Johnson Cadwell and Robert Ball offer Robot 6 a sneak peek at "Dangeritis," their upcoming adventure comic starring Derek Danger, super-spy and one-man doomsday machine.
Chris Weston, who worked on concept designs and storyboards for Albert Hughes' "The Book of Eli" and aborted "Akira" adaptation, has provided Robot 6 with an exclusive look at art for the as-yet-unproduced movie "Motor City."
Writer Curt Pires talks with ROBOT 6 about "Theremin," his upcoming spy miniseries from Monkeybrain Comics starring Léon Theremin, the inventor of the electronic musical instrument that bears his name.
As the year comes to a close, ROBOT 6 asks an array of creators and publishers, ranging from Michael Allred and Paige Braddock to Greg Pak and Jamal Igle, their favorite comics of 2012, and what they're most excited about for 2013.
Courtesy of Secret Acres, ROBOT 6 has an exclusive preview of the eighth issue of Theo Ellsworth's one-man anthology series "Capacity," which will debut in May at the Toronto Comics Art Festival before arriving in stores in June.
"Witch Doctor" writer Brandon Seifert discusses teaming with Philip Bond for two issues of IDW's "Doctor Who," the next chapter of his Skybound medical-horror series, and his fan-fiction roots.
Courtesy of Marvel arrives an exclusive expanded preview of "Daredevil" #22, by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, featuring the first meeting between the Man Without Fear and the Superior Spider-Man -- and, oh, yeah, the return of Stilt-Man!
"Five Ghosts" collaborators Frank J. Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham talk about bringing their high-concept pulp-adventure series to Image, the lessons they learned from Kickstarter, and what readers can expect from their "haunted" hero.
In April, Dark Horse will debut "Abe Sapien: The Dark and Terrible," by Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara, which follows the B.P.R.D. agent as a travels across America amid major changes to the Earth and his own anatomy.
"Eat More Bikes" creator Nathan Bulmer discusses the origins of his daily webcomic, the print edition from Koyama Press, dark humor, and the appeal of the four-panel format.
For this special edition of Shelf Porn, "Hack/Slash" and "Revival" co-creator Tim Seeley takes us on a tour of the shelves of 4-Star Studios, which he shares with Mike Norton, Chris Burnham, Jenny Frison, Josh Emmons and Sean Dove.
For ROBOT 6's fourth anniversary, Marvel has provided an exclusive preview of "Hawkeye" #7, by Matt Fraction, Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm, which follows Clint Barton and Kate Bishop during Hurricane Sandy. The issue arrives Jan. 30.
Drawn & Quarterly has provided ROBOT 6 with a complete story from its upcoming volume of Shigeru Mizuki’s beloved manga "Kitaro," about a one-eyed boy with paranormal-detecting antenna hair and jet-powered sandals.
Dark Horse will publish a collected edition of "Bloodhound," the 2004 DC Comics series by Dan Jolley and Leonard Kirk about an ex-police detective/convicted murderer on the trail of a superhuman serial killer.
DC Comics helps ROBOT 6 kick off its fourth-anniversary celebration with an exclusive look at the final issue of Sean Murphy's critically acclaimed miniseries "Punk Rock Jesus," which goes on sale Wednesday.
The writer of "X-Factor," "Aquaman," "Hulk" and many other titles posted on his blog that he had a stroke while on vacation in Florida. ROBOT 6 has more details.