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"Absalom" collaborators Gordon Rennie and Tiernen Trevallion provide Robot 6 with a first look at completed pages and character sketches from "Robbie Burns -- Witch Hunter," their upcoming graphic novel from Renegade Arts.
"Peter Panzerfaust" creators Kurtis J. Wiebe and Tyler Jenkins discuss their World War II reimagining of "Peter Pan," and bringing their take on the iconic villain Captain Hook to center stage with the next issue of the Image series.
U.K. creators Warwick Johnson Cadwell and Robert Ball offer Robot 6 a sneak peek at "Dangeritis," their upcoming adventure comic starring Derek Danger, super-spy and one-man doomsday machine.
Fantagraphics Books has announced it will publish a 200-page hardcover edition of "Nijigahara Holograph," Inio Asano’s complex horror manga that's been described as "half 'Magnolia,' half 'Donnie Darko,' with a splash of Stephen King."
Chris Weston, who worked on concept designs and storyboards for Albert Hughes' "The Book of Eli" and aborted "Akira" adaptation, has provided Robot 6 with an exclusive look at art for the as-yet-unproduced movie "Motor City."
Writer Curt Pires talks with ROBOT 6 about "Theremin," his upcoming spy miniseries from Monkeybrain Comics starring Léon Theremin, the inventor of the electronic musical instrument that bears his name.
Eight months after launching his website Thrillbent, comics veteran Mark Waid talks with ROBOT 6 about what he's learned about the digital arena, money matters, bringing "Insufferable" to comiXology, and his plans for 2013.
As the year comes to a close, ROBOT 6 asks an array of creators and publishers, ranging from Michael Allred and Paige Braddock to Greg Pak and Jamal Igle, their favorite comics of 2012, and what they're most excited about for 2013.
From the absolute heights reached by creators and comics across the year to the dregs of the industry's worst facets, CBR News counts down the ten most talked about topics of 2012 with a look at the top news stories of the year.
Courtesy of Secret Acres, ROBOT 6 has an exclusive preview of the eighth issue of Theo Ellsworth's one-man anthology series "Capacity," which will debut in May at the Toronto Comics Art Festival before arriving in stores in June.
"Witch Doctor" writer Brandon Seifert discusses teaming with Philip Bond for two issues of IDW's "Doctor Who," the next chapter of his Skybound medical-horror series, and his fan-fiction roots.
Courtesy of Marvel arrives an exclusive expanded preview of "Daredevil" #22, by Mark Waid and Chris Samnee, featuring the first meeting between the Man Without Fear and the Superior Spider-Man -- and, oh, yeah, the return of Stilt-Man!
Before we begin the New Year, CSBG looks back at the debuts of the cast of "Sandman," from Dream to Cain to Abel to Lucien to Death, they're all here!
"Five Ghosts" collaborators Frank J. Barbiere and Chris Mooneyham talk about bringing their high-concept pulp-adventure series to Image, the lessons they learned from Kickstarter, and what readers can expect from their "haunted" hero.
In April, Dark Horse will debut "Abe Sapien: The Dark and Terrible," by Mike Mignola, Scott Allie and Sebastian Fiumara, which follows the B.P.R.D. agent as a travels across America amid major changes to the Earth and his own anatomy.
It's finally here! After a week of counting down, CBR reveals its rankings for the Top 10 comics of the year including some of the most respected mainstream titles, the biggest creator-owned launches and the year's graphic novel stunners.
"Eat More Bikes" creator Nathan Bulmer discusses the origins of his daily webcomic, the print edition from Koyama Press, dark humor, and the appeal of the four-panel format.
Tim reveals his TOP 10 COMICS OF 2012, featuring the work of Matt Fraction, Alan Moore, Michael DeForge, Ryan North, and many other top comic book talents to today.
For this special edition of Shelf Porn, "Hack/Slash" and "Revival" co-creator Tim Seeley takes us on a tour of the shelves of 4-Star Studios, which he shares with Mike Norton, Chris Burnham, Jenny Frison, Josh Emmons and Sean Dove.
While on vacation in Florida, fan-favorite comic scribe Peter David was diagnosed with a small stroke. David's wife, Kathleen, has posted a detailed entry about his current condition on her personal blog.
For ROBOT 6's fourth anniversary, Marvel has provided an exclusive preview of "Hawkeye" #7, by Matt Fraction, Steve Lieber and Jesse Hamm, which follows Clint Barton and Kate Bishop during Hurricane Sandy. The issue arrives Jan. 30.
Drawn & Quarterly has provided ROBOT 6 with a complete story from its upcoming volume of Shigeru Mizuki’s beloved manga "Kitaro," about a one-eyed boy with paranormal-detecting antenna hair and jet-powered sandals.
Dark Horse will publish a collected edition of "Bloodhound," the 2004 DC Comics series by Dan Jolley and Leonard Kirk about an ex-police detective/convicted murderer on the trail of a superhuman serial killer.
DC Comics helps ROBOT 6 kick off its fourth-anniversary celebration with an exclusive look at the final issue of Sean Murphy's critically acclaimed miniseries "Punk Rock Jesus," which goes on sale Wednesday.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale Wednesday, January 2, including "Thun'da" #5, "Damsels" #4 and Tom Sniegoski's "Vampirella Strikes" #1.
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR has an exclusive preview of "Batman Incorporated" #6 by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham. Leviathan continues to gain control of Gotham City January 2.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Fatale" #11 by Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips. Read the first of four standalone flashback issues January 2.
The writer of "X-Factor," "Aquaman," "Hulk" and many other titles posted on his blog that he had a stroke while on vacation in Florida. ROBOT 6 has more details.
We get deep into the Top 25 in the latest installment of CBR's Top 100 comics of the year with some major superhero events, some of the biggest creator-owned smashes, a legendary anthology and the most inventive webcomic ever.
The latest addition to CSBG's collection of comic book patterns is in honor of Peter Parker's tenure as Spider-Man ending in "Amazing" #700, and focuses on additional instances of Peter being Spider-Man... no more!
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman draws a line connecting "Amazing Spider-Man" #700, "Superior Spider-Man" and... professional wrestler Cody Rhodes' mustache?
The artist of "Green Lantern: New Guardians" shares his comic-themed office and his "Skyrim"-themed basement in the latest round of SHELF PORN on ROBOT 6.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Jonathan Hickman and Nick Pitarra's "Manhattan Projects" #8. The feel good, bad science series rages on January 2.
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant dives into the "Justice League" & "Aquaman" crossover, noting "Geoff Johns always starts strong and 'Throne of Atlantis' is no exception."
Every week, CSBG examines comic book stories & ideas that were abandoned and explained away by later writers, including the latest addition, the depiction of Superman's birth after DC's "Crisis on Infinite Earths!"
ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant speaks with "Hawkeye" artist David Aja about his time on the critically acclaimed book, his views on original art, idea of creative teams and what his formula is for making a great comic.
Our conversation on the year that was 2012 for Marvel Comics wraps as Axel Alonso says farewell to long runs by Ed Brubaker, Matt Fraction, Brian Bendis and more while reviewing what made "Daredevil" and "Hawkeye" hits.
The sibling writing team tell CBR about bringing all 11 incarnations of "Doctor Who" to life for the Doctor's 50th anniversary in "Prisoners of Time," their favorite Doctors, villains and more.
We enter the Top 50 as CBR's rundown of the best and brightest comics of the year continues with multiple ongoing series saying their farewell, more great graphic novels breaking the ranks and inventive indies you may have missed.
Five years following the erasure of Spider-Man and Mary Jane's marriage in the controversial "One More Day" storyline, CBR wants to know whether you think it worked out well for the wall-crawler!