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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.
ROBOT 6 looks at two first issues from this week's crop of comics; DC's "Batman Eternal" weekly and the new Boom Box series "Lumberjanes."
The Eisner Hall of Fame nominee was an active artist for almost 50 years. Also, Evan Dorkin on John Buscema! Chris Claremont discusses Nightcrawler! Dynamite's Nick Barrucci on everything! And more!
Image removed from Facebook page because it “violated community standards”! Edmonton police department makes a graphic novel! Hulk and Batman wash windows at children's hospital! And more!
Archie Comics President Mike Pellerito explains his vision for the publisher's core kids line, plus new CCO Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's impact on the company.
ROBOT 6’s Chris Arrant talks with Kazu Kibuishi about “Amulet,” “Daisy Kutter,” his “Harry Potter” covers and recovering from bacterial meningitis.
Christian from the UK shares his collection of action figures, graphic novels, statues and more. Also find out how you can submit your own collection.
ROBOT 6 reflects on some of the best news to come out of last weekend’s convention, from the return of the goon to DC’s “Teen Titans: Earth One.”
The latest commercial in Evian's "Live Young" campaign introduces the world to the Amazing Spider-Baby.
Hugh Jackman sings about his Wolverine identity crisis to the tune of “Who Am I?” from "Les Miserables" on BBC Radio’s Matt Edmondson Show.
Grant Morrison and Rian Hughes have reteamed for The Key, a wordless online comic created for the BBC’s Freedom2014, an initiative exploring modern freedom.
Mulling over Pandora and the end of "Forever Evil," ROBOT 6 looks back to 2002's "JLA/JSA: Virtue and Vice," with its Despero and the Seven Deadly Enemies of Man.
ROBOT 6 contributor Tim O'Shea chats with the "Massive" artist about drawing the adventures of James Rhodes in Marvel's new "Iron Patriot."
Code-named Equinox, "Justice League United's" new hero is a 16-year-old whose power comes from the Earth and changes with the seasons.
Dock Street Brewing Co.'s Dock Street Walker, an American Pale Stout, is brewed with organic cranberry and - wait for it - smoked goat brains.
ROBOT 6 contributor Corey Blake considers the possibilities of a comics truck that could help introduce comic books to new readers.
RJ Casey shares his ever-growing collection of original art, graphic novels and more in today's edition of SHELF PORN. Also find out how you can submit your collection.
ROBOT 6’s Chris Arrant talks with the former president and publisher of DC Comics about his current work as a writer and college instructor, and his fanzine roots.
During a Reddit AMA, "The Walking Dead" creator revealed he had considered killing Rick Grimes during the first arc of the acclaimed comic book.
In a rare interview, "Calvin & Hobbes" creator Bill Watterson discusses the upcoming exhibit of the beloved strip, his process, digital & more.
The United States Postal Service has teamed with Sony Pictures to promote Priority Mail and "Amazing Spider-Man 2" - and they’ve enlisted Stan Lee, too!
Chris Romberger, a 19-year-old with Down syndrome and autism, has started his own business - with a custom-made comic book vending machine.
ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant picks at the seams of the old DC Universe, and considers how events might’ve played out if the New 52 relaunch had never occurred.
ROBOT 6 talks with Matthew Petz about his plans for the third "season" of his digital comic, which depicts an alien invasion from the animal kingdom's perspective.
Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has launched the PC open beta for "Infinite Crisis," the free-to-play multiplayer online battle arena game from Turbine.
Last week, Spider-Man was captured on video robbing a 7-Eleven in Altamonte Springs, Florida, with the aid of a rifle and a masked sidekick.
SDCC online registration will begin shortly after 9AM PT March 15; the EPIC Registration landing page will open two hours earlier. ROBOT 6 has details.
Fighting an effort to end its persistent claims to Spider-Man, the tenacious Stan Lee Media Inc. insists it’s up to Disney to prove ownership of the Marvel hero.
Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson ruffled a few feathers with his ComicsPRO speech, leading ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake to consider what qualifies as “real.”
Comic creator Joey Endres shares a collection straight from Dagobah in this week's SHELF PORN. Also find out how you can submit your collection to ROBOT 6.
As the Dark Knight quietly marks 75 years, ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant reflects on the reasons for the Caped Crusader’s continued success.
Malaysia’s Home Ministry has banned the release of "Ultraman the Ultra Power," claiming the comic contains elements detrimental to public order.
Marvel, with help from Executive Editor Tom Brevoort, has revealed the publisher's new "Original Sin" promotional item: a Watcher's eye bouncy ball.
DC Entertainment has reteamed with General Mills to include collectible editions of "Justice League" in specially marked boxes of Big G cereals.
ROBOT 6 considers the roles of viscera and body fluids in the latest offerings from Johnny Ryan & Michael DeForge.
Comic and video game creator Harold Sipe shares his collection of Star Trek, Star Wars, action figures, comics and more. Also find out how you can share your own collection on ROBOT 6!
ROBOT 6 casts an evil eye over the sprawling DC Comics event, and wonders whether it’s the last of its kind or a sign of what’s to come.
Long thought lost, the art from 1974's "Incredible Hulk "#180 featuring the debut of Wolverine will be auctioned to benefit The Hero Initiative.