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"Captain Atom," "Resurrection Man" and "Voodoo" will end with their September-releasing #0 issues, joining "Justice League International" in DC Comics’ second wave of New 52 cancellations. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Robot 6's Carla Hoffman wonders, "Can being a fan actually hamper you in enjoying the object of your own affection?" as she considers recent comments by Gail Simone and recent issues of Hulk.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant considers the history and role of Alan Scott in the DC universe in light of the announcement that Earth 2's Green Lantern is gay.
UPDATE: Dale Eaglesham has retracted his earlier statement, explaining that he misunderstood the plans for Northstar's wedding to his boyfriend and that it was never intended to be an "Alpha Flight" storyline.
J. Caleb Mozzocco shares seven thoughts on the new kid-friendly Superman title, noting "Would I recommend it? Aw yeah."
Robot 6's Brigid Alverson speaks to Rian Hughes about his redesign of the Valiant logo and cover elements for this year's new series including "X-O Manowar," "Harbinger" and more.
ROBOT 6's Graeme McMillan notes the "strange, hypocritical and entirely arbitrary attitude" he has toward the shipping schedules of superhero books versus creator-owned comics. It may be ridiculous.
With word of Alan Scott's New 52 sexual orientation breaking today, "Earth 2" writer James Robinson has already made it clear Green Lantern won't be the only gay character in his and Nicola Scott's new series.
Confirming rumors of a behind-the-scenes struggle with London MCM Expo, the co-owner of the Eagle Awards dismissed Friday's announcement that this was the last year for the venerable U.K. fan awards. ROBOT 6 has details.
Writer Mark Andrew Smith talks to ROBOT 6 about crowdfunding his baseball-meets-monsters graphic novel, "Sullivan's Sluggers," with artist James Stokoe.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks back at the contributions of Alan Moore, Marv Wolfman and George Perez during the 1980s, both at DC in particular and to comics in general.
To celebrate its Superman Facebook page surpassing 2 million "likes," DC Comics has revealed two new pages by Shane Davis from the second volume of "Superman: Earth One."
When a 4-year-old from New Hampshire didn’t want to wear his hearing aid, Hawkeye came to the rescue -- with a lot of help from the Marvel Bullpen. ROBOT 6 has the details.
Following up on Co-Publisher Dan DiDio's comments over the weekend, DC Comics has stated that a major, iconic male character will be outed in June, which happens to be LGBT Pride Month.
Less than a year after Dan DiDio indicated DC Comics wouldn’t alter the sexual orientations of existing characters in the New 52, the co-publisher revealed at the Kapow! Comic Convention that the position has changed.
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson, who served as one of the six judges for the Eisner Awards this year, reveals some of her choices that didn't make it on the final list of nominees.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at DC Comics' solicitations for August, which marks the end of the New 52′s first year and ponders why the publisher chose to cancel "Justice League International."
DC Comics Co-Publisher Dan DiDio responds to Alan Moore's criticism of "Before Watchmen," calling the project "a love letter" to Moore and Dave Gibbons' seminal 1986 miniseries.
iVerse CEO Michael Murphey spoke with Brigid Alverson about what effect comiXology's recent exclusive contracts will have on the publisher and what he feels the future of the digital comics' landscape will look like.
Tim O'Shea talks to Frank Marraffino about writing the newest Marvel Zombies miniseries, which features Howard the Duck, Dum-Dum Dugan and more teaming up to fight Nazi zombies.
Matt Seneca kicks off a new column at Robot 6 spotlighting "great comic books that don’t appear on the bestseller charts or canon lists," kicking things off with "Thor" #160.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant looks at the tricky argument of how to properly credit Bob Kane and Bill Finger when discussing the creation of Batman, especially when viewed from the perspective of today's creators' rights debate.
Legendary comic artist Tony DeZuniga, co-creator of Jonah Hex and Black Orchid, passed away early Wednesday after suffering from a stroke, heart failure and brain damage.
Cullen Bunn spoke with ROBOT 6's JK Parkin about the conclusion of "The Fearless," Marvel's Valkyrie-starring "Fear Itself" spinoff and his hopes and plans for the series' characters and unresolved story threads.
Ryan Ferrier, creator of the talking tiger with a law degree, discusses "Tiger Lawyer's" origins, self-publishing and its upcoming run as a back-up strip in Image Comics' "Hell Yeah."
Chris Arrant at ROBOT 6 looks at how the contributions of artists to the comics they create are often overlooked by fans, publishers and the comics press.
In less than a day, you'll be able to get your hands on the full issue, but to whet your appetite, DC Comics has released Jim Lee's 4-page gatefold image from Geoff Johns' New 52 Free Comic Book Day Justice League story.
Legendary writer and editor Stan Lee, seemingly a magnet for lawsuits, has been drawn into yet another legal battle that could leave the future of his POW! Entertainment in question. ROBOT 6 has details.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant connects the dots in his head between three seemingly unrelated events, including Chris Roberson's departure from DC Comics and comic book movies.
Does the world need more Popeye comics? ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco says the latest rendition of the character by Roger Langridge and Bruce Ozella, published by IDW, offers a strong case for them.
While fans and retailers at C2E2 were given a first glimpse at interior art for DC Comics’ sprawling "Watchmen" prequels, today the publisher has raised the Internet's curtain on art and character designs for "Before Watchmen."
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea chats with "Ganges" creator Kevin Huizenga about the re-release of "Gloriana," blogging, the personal aspects of his comics and more.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant tries to "suss out some specifics" of DC's New 52 timeline, focusing in particular on the histories of Green Lantern and Batman.
The $412 check written in 1938 by Detective Comics to Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster for the rights to Superman sold last night at auction for a whopping $160,000. ROBOT 6 has the details.
DC Comics has updated its New Frontiersman promotional website with a brief first look at interior pages from "Before Watchmen."
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner talks to Zak Sally about his work on "Sammy the Mouse" and his recent decision to not only publish his own comics, but print them as well.
Writer Jim McCann talks to ROBOT 6 about his upcoming preternatural mystery thriller, "Mind the Gap," as well as the next "Dapper Men" book and who'd win if Hawkeye fought Dazzler in "AvX."
ROBOT 6 has a hi-res copy of Charlie Adlard’s corpse-strewn cover for the 100th issue of "The Walking Dead," which depicts every prominent character who’s died in the acclaimed series - so far.
The death of Kahina the Seer in the pages of "Aquaman" has led Iranian-American indy creator Dara Naraghi to pen an open letter expressing his disappointment to series writer Geoff Johns.
For nearly a quarter of a century, fans of "The Simpsons" have been been plagued by one nagging question: Where, oh where, is Springfield? Creator Matt Groening finally offers an answer.