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With the announcement of Dark Horse's new edition of "Murder Mysteries," the acclaimed artist reflects on his adaptation of Neil Gaiman's short story.
Writer Frank Barbiere talks with ROBOT 6 about "Five Ghosts'" big year as it moved from five-issue miniseries to Image Comics ongoing.
Marvel has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive preview of Charles Soule and Javier Pulido's "She-Hulk" #1, which arrives in February.
"Megagogo" creator Wook Jin Clark gives ROBOT 6 a preview of what to expect from his upcoming Oni Press graphic novel.
With the closing of PictureBox, Fantagraphics has acquired the "Massive" collection of gay erotic manga. Translators Anne Ishii and Graham Kolbeins talk to ROBOT 6 about the book and the move.
"Andre the Giant: Life and Legend" cartoonist Box Brown offers a preview of his story about an awkward teen's meeting with his wrestling idol from "Number."
ROBOT 6 exclusively debuts Chris Samnee's variant covers for "Angel & Faith" #1-2, while Dark Horse's Scott Allie explains why he's the perfect artist for the job.
Meags Fitzgerald chats with ROBOT 6 about her obsession with the history and aesthetics of photo booths, and her upcoming graphic novel on the subject.
ROBOT 6 kicks off its fifth anniversary with official news from Humanoids of the long-awaited English-language editions of "After the Incal" and "Final Incal."
2014 is so close we can taste it, and ROBOT 6 chats with Tim Seeley, Amy Reeder, Dave Dwonch and more about the year that was and what's next in 2014!
Like Christmas Day shifted the schedule last week, this week comics will again be released in the United States on Tuesday because of New Year's Day.
With 2014 almost here, ROBOT 6 gets a head start on their annual "Looking Forward, Looking Back" feature with Jimmy Palmiotti, Joe Keatinge, Evan Shaner & more!
Writer Matt Kindt has revealed that he will be leaving DC Comics' "Suicide Squad" in March following the conclusion of the book's "Forever Evil" tie-in.
Getting into the spirit of the season, ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant makes some numbers-based observations about DC Comics, past and present.
Spurred by some pointed writing advice from Brian Michael Bendis, ROBOT 6’s Brigid Alverson offers six tips of her own.
As we’re unlikely to get another Marvel/DC crossover any time soon, this may be the best opportunity to see Spider-Man go toe-to-toe with Batman.
ROBOT 6’s J. Caleb Mozzocco grapples with the depiction of an ultra-violent Harley Quinn in the debut issue of her new ongoing series.
With the news of Joseph Gordon-Levitt producing a “Sandman” movie, ROBOT 6’s Corey Blake wonders whether an adaptation of the landmark comic is a good idea.
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson examines the controversial subjects of sexual harassment and professional conduct in comics and in life.
Creators Matt Fraction and Chip Zdarsky feature in a hilarious fourth printing variant cover for "Sex Criminals" #1
Legendary pornographer Al Goldstein, whose "Screw" magazine published cartoonists ranging from Wally Wood to Art Spiegelman, has passed away.
Will the controversy surrounding Shia LaBeouf's plagiarism of Daniel Clowes' work impact the actor's long-gestating BOOM! Studios project?
A pair of "urban explorers" in Ronse, Belgium stumbled across a treasure trove of incredible Batman graffiti in numerous styles, all by artist Pete One.
"2000AD's" inimitable fictional editor re-emerged in strip form in this week’s Prog 2014 after a 20-year absence, Earthlets. He tells ROBOT 6 why.
ROBOT 6’s Grumpy Old Fan, Tom Bondurant, considers the dystopian 31st century introduced in the debut issue of DC’s “Justice League 3000.”
The heirs of Superman creators Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster have asked for a rehearing of the ruling denying them a copyright stake in the character.
With a newly colored reprint on the way, ROBOT 6's Corey Blake delves into the historical context for "Miracleman" #1's original printing.
The Christmas-themed "Sixth Gun" strip by Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt & Bill Crabtree concludes today, exclusively on ROBOT 6.
Tim O'Shea spoke with artist Lee Garbett about his upcoming work on Marvel's "Loki: Agent of Asgard" with exclusive art.
ROBOT 6 takes a look at Marvel's remastered "Miracleman" #1 pages side-by-side with the Eclipse version's colors from 1982.
Gilbert Hernandez discusses "Grip," the hardcover of his previously-uncollected miniseries coming from Dark Horse Comics in July.
Frank Miller has yet to finish work on "300" follow-up "Xerxes," which won't be ready by the March release of "300: Rise of an Empire."
While the New 52’s “Earth 2” stands in the shadow of DC Comics' classic Earth-Two, Tom Bondurant argues the series “needs to be its own thing.”
Duane from Orange County, Calif. shows off his action figures on ROBOT 6, sharing his massive collection of Power Rangers, Doctor Who, Avengers, Blackest Night and more.
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake reflects on the impact of indie publisher PictureBox, which will close at the end of the year.
Failed dot-com Stan Lee Media seeks a declaratory judgment that it, and not Disney or Marvel, owns Spider-Man, Thor and other superheroes.
After six years co-writing the script, playwright Glen Berger talks to Timothy Callahan about penning his "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" tell-all memoir.
Though DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer pleaded guilty to child-molestation charges, he won’t spend any additional time in jail. Developing...
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake takes the long holiday weekend to reflect on six things in comics he's thankful for this year.
Ahead of Ed Kramer’s trial on child-molestation charges, DragonCon has announced a settlement that officially severs all ties with its co-founder.