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ROBOT 6 considers the growing market for sketch cards, which offers affordable fan collectibles and is an extra source of revenue for creators.
If you ever wanted that Wonder Woman, Astro Boy and Iron Man crossover, you'll find it on the neighborhood watch signs in Toronto.
Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey have commented on their "Moon Knight" departures, with the artist revealing he’s taking a break from monthly comics.
With the diminutive hero starring in August's "Guardians of the Galaxy," Marvel has been giving Rocket a big push -- but what does the future hold?
Roger Langridge, who earned acclaim for his run on "The Muppets," returns to Jim Henson's world with "The Musical Monsters of Turkey Hollow."
Wakanda's monarch takes the top spot in "The World's Richest Superheroes" infographic, beating out the Iron Man inventor, Bruce Wayne and more.
With the conclusion of "Forever Evil," ROBOT 6 ponders the future of the DC Universe, and the approaching 30th anniversary of "Crisis on Infinite Earths."
Oliver in New Zealand shares his collection of graphic novels, board games and more in today's edition of ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN. Also find out how you can submit your collection to the site.
Following screenwriter David S. Goyer’s remarks about Martian Manhunter, ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake stands up for a dose of silliness in superhero comics.
Fast on the yellow heels of Sinestro, Atrocitus will be set loose into the world of "Infinite Crisis," the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game from WB Games.
Acclaimed writer Ian Edginton discusses world building and serial storytelling in his latest 2000 AD collaboration with artist INJ Culbard.
Bruce from Canada shares his massive collection of TV memorabilia and more with ROBOT 6. Also find out how to submit your own collection!
The creator of “A Distant Soil” talks about reveling in work and treating comics as a business, and teases her upcoming collaboration with Neil Gaiman.
She-Hulk co-creator Stan Lee has responded to screenwriter David S. Goyer’s suggestion that the character was created as “a giant green porn star."
"The Fifth Beatle" scribe Vivek J. Tiwary explains his process in crafting the Eisner-nominated OGN and how powerful potential of reality-based comics.
"Lumberjanes," the acclaimed BOOM! Studios comic by Noelle Stevenson, Grace Ellis, Brooke Allen & Shannon Watters, has been upgraded to an ongoing series.
In this week's SHELF PORN column, Brian shares his comic collection with ROBOT 6. Also find out how you can submit your own collection!
The flurry of comics-related TV and movie news has ROBOT 6 reflecting on the bumpy history of superhero costumes translating from comics to live-action.
Just in time for the premiere of "X-Men: Days of Future Past," high-energy U.K. garage inventor Colin Furze has created fully retractable metal claws.
Paying tribute to "Batman: The Animated Series," fans have recreated the show’s classic opening sequence in a blend of live-action and 3D-animated modeling.
The “Angelica Tomorrow” collaborators talk with ROBOT 6 about their new digital-first miniseries, characterized as "'Ghost World' meets 'The Terminator.'"
With the fate of Richard Rider set to be revealed in Marvel’s "Original Sin," ROBOT 6 looks back on the history of Nova, and wonders what the future holds.
The U.S. Supreme Court will debate in a private conference whether to weigh in on the five-year copyright battle between Jack Kirby's estate and Marvel/Disney.
ROBOT 6 surveys the first three issues of DC's new weekly series, and finds the foundation for a fairly original take on a Batman-versus-everybody story.
Brandon T. Snider, author of "The Dark Knight Manual," shows ROBOT 6 his collection of toys, trades, art and more. Also find out how you can submit your SHELF PORN!
The Eisner-winning artist talks with ROBOT 6 about making the move to creator-owned comics, the home stretch of "The Private Eye" & the allure of Spider-Man.
CSBG has a collection of famous comic book cliches, including their latest -- Spider-Man's obsession with dramatic fights on the top of bridges.
A South Caroline Senate committee rejected a plan to cut the budgets of two state universities as punishment for selecting gay-themed books, including "Fun Home."
Al Feldstein, who as editor steered "MAD Magazine" to the height of its popularity and influence, passed away Tuesday at his home in Livingston, Montana. He was 88.
The cartoonist/publisher discusses the origins of the annual event, passing the torch to ComicsPRO and why the concept still holds his interest.
Today Dan shares his collection of Bat-merchandise with ROBOT 6. Also find out how you can submit your own collection to SHELF PORN!
Veteran artist Cully Hamner talks redesigning characters for DC’s New 52, the success of “Red” & expanding further into writing with a still-secret project.
ROBOT 6 has a preview of "Scratch9: Cat of Nine Worlds" #2, including an exclusive first look at the cover by "Herobear & The Kid" creator Mike Kunkel.
From the scarcity of superheroes to the spread of webcomics into other categories, ROBOT 6 runs down this year’s Eisner Award nomination surprises.
In today's SHELF PORN at ROBOT 6, Eric shares pictures from his office, where he keeps his collection of movie masks, props and more. Also find out how you can submit your own collection.
With Robin and Dick Grayson each getting new series, ROBOT 6 looks back on the history of Batman’s original sidekick, and considers who might next wear the mantle.
Marvel and mobile game developer Gameloft have released the launch trailer for "The Amazing Spider-Man 2," a tie-in to the Sony Pictures movie sequel.
Coinciding with the lunar eclipse, last night DC released a teaser for its new weekly, promising, “When Futures End … the Blood Moon Shall Rise!”
"Sinestro" artist Dale Eaglesham discusses the dark tone he and writer Cullen Bunn are bringing to the fallen Green Lantern's solo series.
Katie Skelly, the creator of "Nurse Nurse," hits the open road in her latest collection, talking about drawing motorcycles, Roland Barthes and more.