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35 years after "Elfquest" began, Wendy and Richard Pini will debut new tale "Elfquest: The Final Quest" next Monday on Boing Boing with a new page every week. ROBOT 6 has the details.
ROBOT 6's Michael May explains his passion for DC Comics' New 52 "Supergirl" title, noting the "remarkable" stories and "unique" look of the comic.
The comic industry rallies this weekend against an online bully who has harassed female creators and fans for years, as Mark Millar volunteers to help with legal costs.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant considers the new relationship between Wonder Woman and Superman in DC's New 52, saying "it misses the point" of both characters.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco investigates the latest issues of "Justice League," "Aquaman" and "Green Lantern," noting casual violence is "the one consistency I see between Johns’ storytelling and the tone of the New 52."
A Reddit member has launched a campaign to help comic creator Karl Kesel maintain ownership of some of the silver age comic collection Kesel is currently auctioning off to defray his son's medical costs.
A settlement has been reached between fired director Julie Taymor and the producers of the $75 million Broadway musical "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark," bringing to an end the nearly year-old legal dispute.
Phil Jimenez's pitch art for a never-gonna-happen JLA/Transformers crossover has surfaced online, featuring a Green Lantern ring-wielding Optimus Prime, Wonder Woman's jet becoming a robot in disguise and more.
Following an AP story claiming Superman and Lois Lane never dated -- and "likely" never will -- ROBOT 6 contacted DC Comics for an update on Lois Lane's status quo in the New 52.
Jumping off a comment from writer Kurt Busiek, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake asks if fans buy comics based more on the creators involved or the characters they feature.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant's latest idea sits on the "fine line between stupid and clever" -- big companies allowing creators to crowdfund comics featuring their characters.
"Scalped" creator Jason Aaron took to his blog to offer thoughts on the conclusion of his long-running Vertigo crime drama, thank his readers and tease more creator-owned work for the future.
Bryan Lee O'Malley pierces the veil of secrecy surrounding "Seconds," his anticipated follow-up to "Scott Pilgrim," teasing fans with the first details about the upcoming graphic novel.
Bluewater Productions has announced a complete break with Diamond Comics Distributors, changing distribution channels and printing to Comic Flea Market. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Rob Liefeld has announced his abrupt departure from DC Comics' "Deathstroke," "Hawkman" and "Grifter" morning with a flurry of tweets criticizing his editors and the overall handling of the New 52.
Less than three weeks after British customs agents temporarily held Howard Chaykin’s sexually explicit "Black Kiss II"#1, Diamond U.K. has decided to stop importing the series due to concerns about its graphic content.
A 19-year-old man from Vernal, Utah was charge Friday with aggravated assault after police say he went after his 20-year-old roommate, armed with a knife and Wolverine claws.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea speaks with writer Tom Peyer about his upcoming series "Clown Tales," the newest horror digital comic to hit Mark Waid's Thrillbent platform later this year.
"Sandman: Dream Country" collaborators Neil Gaiman and Colleen Doran are re-teaming for an as-yet unnamed original graphic novel to be published through Dark Horse Comics.
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake looks at an often overlooked aspect of the late Joe Kubert's long career -- he was among the first industry professionals to own his own character, predating the modern creator-owned movement by more than 50 years.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman looks at the implications of Peter Parker visiting the Ultimate Universe in Marvel's "Spider-Men," noting the "skillful writing of Brian Michael Bendis and the incredible art stylings of Sara Pichelli."
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant discusses thirty years of creator-owned comics with Steve Rude, the lasting appeal of his and Mike Baron's "Nexus," working for Marvel and DC and more.
A federal judge is set to decide whether the estate of Superman co-creator Joe Shuster can reclaim a portion of the rights to the Man of Steel. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with Monkeybrain Comics' founders Allison Baker and Chris Roberson about the creator-owned digital imprint, its origins and deal with comiXology and more
On Monday, DC Comics spoiled Greg Capullo's design of the Joker ahead of the character's return in "Batman" #13, annoying the artist who nonetheless assures fans, "You ain’t seen nothing yet...terror is heading your way."
The comics industry mourns the passing of legendary artist, teacher, writer and editor Joe Kubert with reactions, remembrances and stories on blogs and social media.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco shares a SPOILER-filled review of the Geoff Johns & Gary Frank's "Batman: Earth One," noting "It’s full of significant, even radical, changes to the familiar elements" of the Dark Knight.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant shares general thoughts on the cohesiveness of the New 52 one year post-launch, noting "without the sense that they’re all working together...the New 52 books don’t feel as sustainable as their predecessors did."
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant spoke with artist David Lafuente about his current creator-owned work illustrating "Home Run," a series written by Jonathan Ross, his time with Hellcat and more.
Brian Michael Bendis has debuted the first look at Bill Sienkiewicz's interior art from Marvel's upcoming "Daredevil: End of Days" miniseries by Bendis, Sienkiewicz, David Mack and Klaus Janson.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant ponders "the things comics can do that movies just can’t," looking at the multi-genre approach to the DC Universe, its "enticing" settings and its ability to embrace its shared history.
An artist from Denmark shares his impressive collection of posters, statues, comics and more with ROBOT 6. Follow his lead and send in your collection today!
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman contemplates violence in comics, noting comics "can use an act of violence as a backdrop to a much larger theme of justice, morality and heroism."
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant speaks with "Darkwing Duck" and "Dracula World Order" writer Ian Brill about his self-published work, his career trajectory, his thoughts on Kickstarter and more.
More than a month after being struck by a car in a hit and run, Lobo co-creator Roger Slifer remains comatose and unable to breathe on his own. Police in Santa Monica, California, have not located a suspect.
Ghost Rider co-creator Gary Friedrich has appealed a 2011 court ruling that he gave up all claims to the fiery spirit of vengeance when he endorsed checks from Marvel’s predecessor 40 years ago. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant chats with "Saucer Country" Ryan Kelly about his work on the Vertigo series, his webcomic "Cocotte," being a foodie, what superheroes he'd like to draw and more.
ROBOT 6's Michael May takes a look at the relaunched "Glory" comic by Joe Keatinge and Ross Campbell, noting that in each issue, "Keatinge has introduced some twist or development that immediately made me crave the next issue."
DC Comics co-publisher Dan DiDio teases a possible line-wide crossover for the DCU coming in late 2013 with "better continuity developing through the line."
In the wake of Friday’s Aurora, Colorado shootings, DC Comics has delayed the release of "Batman, Inc" #3, originally set to go on sale Wednesday, citing "content that may be perceived as insensitive in light of recent events."