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Daniel Gibson shares his collection of comics, action figures, art and more in ROBOT 6's regular Saturday feature. Also find out how you can submit your own collection!
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant talks with veteran editor Ben Abernathy about his work at digital publisher Madefire, on pushing the boundaries of comics and what led to the demise of the once red-hot WildStorm imprint.
13-year-old Nick Mastrangelo took his affinity for "The Walking Dead's" Daryl Dixon, the crossbow-shooting, motorcycle-riding loner, and produced a bloody and original animated short.
Marvel has revealed Joe Quesada’s variant cover for The Amazing Spider-Man #700, the final issue of the long-running series, which is ending as part of the Marvel NOW! initiative.
"The Avengers" star Jeremy Renner hosted "Saturday Night Live" this weekend, lampooning Hawkeye's contributions to Earth's Mightiest Heroes as the archer runs out of arrows at a crucial time during battle.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with former Xeric Grant winner Ethan Rilly about his view on creating covers, his inclusion of the late, great Spalding Gray in his latest issue of "Pope Hats" and more.
Comic fan Lance shares his room filled with statues, replicas, GI Joe figures ... and long boxes! Also find out how you can submit your own Shelf Porn.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco picks up "Fantastic Four" for the first time in years, noting the recent Marvel NOW! relaunch by Matt Fraction and Mark Bagley is "decent but unremarkable."
Hostess Brands, the wholesale baker whose offbeat ads for Twinkies, CupCakes and Fruit Pies were a staple of American comics from 1975 to 1982, will close for good next week in the wake of a crippling strike.
Digital editions of this week's DC Comics titles were available as early as last night on some platforms, hours before their traditional release - and before most brick-and-mortar stores open for New Comics Day. Developing...
DC Comics is bringing back "Young Romance," the anthology that 65 years ago launched an entire genre, with a February one-shot featuring Superman, Wonder Woman, Catwoman, Batman, Apollo and Midnighter.
With President Barack Obama's reelection last Tuesday, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake remembers the Obama comic books of the last four years, finding potential for them to evolve into something useful.
Tim Barklay shares a video update of his awesome 'nerd room' in Moree, NSW, Australia, which includes comics, a Nintendo controller table and more. Also find out how to submit your collection!
With "demographics" becoming a hot topic after the U.S. elections last Tuesday, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at the make-up of the Justice League over the decades.
"The Walking Dead" #103 landed at #9 on Diamond's October sales chart, marking the rare breakthrough into the Top 10 by an independent title. The question, though, is why. ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose explores possible reasons.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with writer Kelly Sue DeConnick about overcoming creative roadblocks, looking back on the biggest year of her comics career to date, the importance of connecting to characters and more.
"We’re supremely proud of Vertigo’s 'Hellblazer,'" DC Comics Co-publisher Dan DiDio said in a statement expressing aprecciation of the just-canceled one-time Vertigo flagship title.
ROBOT 6 spoke with Joe Harris about his and artist Martin Morazzo's "Great Pacific," which debuts November 14, exploring the series origins, the development of its main character and the title's roots in reality.
On the eve of the U.S. Presidential election, ROBOT 6 looks at six surprising presidents from the pages of your favorite comic books including Lex Luthor, Captain America, and Doom?
Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson is famed as host of PBS’s "NOVA scienceNOW" and as a frequent guest on "The Daily Show." But in "Action Comics" #14, he's also the man who located Krypton.
In an effort to raise money to benefit those affected by Hurricane Sandy, Art for Sandy Relief is auctioning off art by Paolo Rivera, Tommy Lee Edwards and more.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant celebrates his 43rd birthday with a look back at a memorable DC comic book from each year he's been alive. Highlights include "The Flash" #241, "Watchmen" #1, "Young Justice" #50 and the New 52's "Batman" #12.
Today's Shelf Porn features a collection of Marvel statues, from Alpha Flight to the West Coast Avengers. Check it out on ROBOT 6 and find out how to submit your own shelves!
With the release of two comics featuring some of the last work by Joe Kubert, ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco remembers the recently passed comic book legend and his contributions to the art form.
Between prepping "The Avengers 2" and the "S.H.I.E.L.D." TV series, Joss Whedon found time to endorse Mitt Romney for President, finding common, post-apocalyptic ground with the candidate.
ROBOT 6's Cara Hoffman reminisces the"final," pre-relaunch issues of "Captain America," "FF" and more, highlighting how this era's ending is ushering in a new beginning with Marvel NOW!
Shelf Porn goes to 11, as ROBOT 6 presents a collection from Canada that includes comics, toys and music-related items. Find out how to submit your shelves today!
Through the lens of the character's rich history, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at the "status quo" changes in "Superman" #13.
In writer Kieron Gillen's final letters page for "Journey Into Mystery," Loki himself -- actor Tom Hiddleston -- wrote in to express his appreciation for Gillen's take on the character. ROBOT 6 has the details.
In this week's "Superman" #13, new series writer Scott Lobdell shakes up Clark Kent’s life and one of the foundational elements of the Man of Steel’s mythology. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner offers a thoughtful look at EC Comics in light of two recent collections from Fantagraphics, noting "many stories that were initially regarded as exemplary haven’t held up well over time."
A middle school art teacher shows ROBOT 6 his collection of action figures, toys, comics and more. Also find out how to submit your collection!
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant counts down six veteran comic book creators, from Mike Zeck to Chris Claremont, whose return to the medium he believes could make an impact in the current market.
Handing a major victory to DC Comics, a California federal judge has ruled the heirs of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster surrendered the ability to reclaim 50-percent interest in the property in a 1992 agreement with the publisher.
Writer Gregg Hurwitz discusses his current workload with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea, digging into his experience adding to Batman's mythos in "The Dark Knight" #0, his upcoming prose novel "The Survivor" and more.
Hot off announcements at New York Comic Con on "Deadpool Killustrated" and "Helheim," Cullen Bunn spins the roulette wheel and answers random questions on his "gateway" comic, music, gators and more.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at Scott Snyder's "Batman" #13, the beginning of the "Death of the Family" storyline, declaring it "is an effective story which lives up to the hype."
Jerry Siegel’s daughter issued a letter to fans recounting her family’s fight to reclaim a portion of the Man of Steel copyright, criticizing the tactics used by Warner Bros. and DC Comics in the increasingly bitter legal battle.
Following a wave of annuals in August, DC Comics announced this morning that it will kick off 2013 with special oversized issues for Superboy," "Batman & Robin," "Green LAntern corps" and "Green Lantern: New Guardians."
Marvel Chief Creative Officer Joe Quesada will make an appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" this Tuesday in anticipation of the debut Marvel NOW! series "Uncanny Avengers" by Rick Remender and John Cassaday.