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"Store Tour" returns with a visit to the spacious Tazmanian Comics in Vancouver, British Columbia, whose origins can be traced back to a video-rental store.
This week ROBOT 6 heads to North Vancouver, British Columbia, for a tour of Big Pete's Collectibles.
This week ROBOT 6 checks in with Comic Depot, whose origins lie in a chance encounter shortly after owner Darren Carrara began reading comics again.
ROBOT 6's Store Tour pulls into Round Rock, Texas, for a look at Rogues Gallery Comics & Games, and a chat with owner Randy Lander.
ROBOT 6 heads across the Atlantic to visit the 20-year-old Page 45 in Nottingham, England, which is about to undergo a renovation.
ROBOT 6 continues its Store Tour with a stop at the easternmost comics shop in North America, Downtown Comics in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador.
ROBOT 6 learns how Dragon’s Lair Comics and Fantasy aims to be "a destination and an experience," and meets the store's two full-time cats.
This week, ROBOT 6 shines a spotlight on Area 52 Comics and Games, and talks with manager (and cartoonist) Dean Trippe.
For its newest feature, ROBOT 6 checks in this week with Toronto's The Comic Room, learning about its layout, philosophy and customer base.
ROBOT 6 launches its new weekly feature with a peek inside Long Island, New York, store Escape Pod Comics.
From Brian K. Vaughan's new titles to Scott Snyder and Jeff Lemire's collaboration and more, these are the Image Expo announcements that have us most excited.
Following the resolution of the 5-year-old copyright dispute, ROBOT 6 considers on what the settlement might mean to the King of Comics' legacy.
Drawing on the charity of Singaporean author Wayne Rée, ROBOT 6 proposes another way for creators, retailers, publishers & readers to give to the nonprofit.
Following word that Marvel is canceling "New Warriors," ROBOT 6 considers why the property has never been able to regain its '90s glory.
With the big changes for "Batgirl" and the new Bat-titles, DC's books are branching out in different directions -- and reaching out for new readers.
ROBOT 6 reflects on the recent social-media firestorm, and wonders whether we’re capable of bypassing the name-calling to have a productive discussion.
ROBOT 6 reflects on a bygone era, when readers traveled from shop to shop to complete collections and it was possible to buy every new comic.
ROBOT 6 considers the growing market for sketch cards, which offers affordable fan collectibles and is an extra source of revenue for creators.
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.
Even with the loss of the “Star Wars” license looming, ROBOT 6 finds that Dark Horse is in good health, with a deep back catalog and an expanding market share.