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In "Venom: Circle of Four," the title character and three heroes must stop the forces of Hell from taking over Earth. Co-writer Rick Remender discussed the storyline and shared exclusive art from the series with CBR.
The artist behind creator-owned hits "Proof" and "Green Wake" takes a crack at writing his own zombie book for Image Comics' Shadowline Imprint. CBR spoke with Riley Rossmo for details.
Earlier this week Robot 6 took over Comic Book Resources to celebrate their third year at the site. If you missed it, check out this index of all the previews, interviews and more they posted during their birthday bash.
Batman group editor Mike Marts spoke with THE BAT SIGNAL about his goals and plans for the Batman family of title as the New 52 enters 2012.
Corey Lewis' long-awaited "Sharknife Double Z" tears through comic shops in February. We spoke with Lewis about the sequel's long road to publication, the growth of the fighter's universe, updates on "Seedless" and more.
DC Comics reveals the name of the enigmatic hooded figure who haunted the end of "Flashpoint" and every New 52 #1 issue with a promise for more from Pandora in 2012.
British cartoonist Ronald Searle dies at age 91. Four-day passes for New York Comic Con go on sale today! Comiket draws 500,000! The "graphic novel renaissance"! Herge and Tintin! Plus more!
Bruce Banner and the Hulk have battled for years on a psychic plane, but in the "Incredible Hulk" their conflict explodes into reality. CBR spoke with writer Jason Aaron about the book.
CBR's review staff weighed in on the last week of new comic releases for 2011, giving their opinions on "Angel and Faith" #5, "The Cape" #3, "Captain America and Bucky" #625, "Voodoo" #4 and more.
James Hunt gives the penultimate issue of Allan Heinberg and Jim Cheung's "Avengers: The Children's Crusade" 4.5 stars, calling it "a hugely enjoyable read and a gripping superhero story."
Tim kicks off the new year with a new feature called "Before They Were Famous," putting the spotlight on 'The Saga of the Swamp Thing' #19 in a way you might not expect. Alan Moore may or may not be mentioned.
ROBOT 6 wraps up their two-day birthday bash by reaching out to members of the comic industry to see what they're excited about in comics for 2012, including Greg Pak, Paul Cornell, Bryan Q. Miller and many more.
Kelly Thompson kicks off the new year with a 4.5 star review of Warren Ellis and Alex Maleev's "Secret Avengers" #20, saying Ellis' run on the title will "make one of the best “Avengers” collections ever."
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 7-page preview of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' "Fatale" #1. The "Criminal" creators blend noir and horror starting January 4, 2012.
From the stunning superhero debuts of the year to the introspective graphic novels and from the most compelling print releases to the future of digital, CBR offers one last look at the 100 very best comics of 2011.
UK celeb comics scribe Jonathan Ross and superstar artist Bryan Hitch will bring their first collaboration to Image in April as "America's Got Powers" mixes superheroes and reality competition.
Like his picks or loathe them, ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose is back with his fourth annual list of the 50 best covers of the year. The 2011 rundown sees the return of perennial favorites, joined by a few new artistic superstars.
A longtime fixture of DC Comics titles including "Supergirl" and the recently relaunched "The Ray," artist Jamal Igle has announced the end of his DC exclusive while looking ahead to new work elsewhere.
ROBOT 6 begins to wind down their third birthday bash with a look back at their favorite comics of 2011, including "Batwoman," "Daredevil," "Ganges #4," "Habibi" and many, many more.
Writer Sam Humphries crashes the Robot 6 birthday bash, bringing a rundown of references in the first issue of his self-published comic "Sacrifice," discussing music, Rancho Peñasquitos and the healing power of tacos.
Courtesy of Image Comics and Joe Keatinge, ROBOT 6 presents an exclusive look at "Hell Yeah #1," by Keatinge and artist Andre Szymanowicz. The comic comes out this March.
The former X-Men writer talks to ROBOT 6's Chris Arrant about his prose work, the modern comics movie blockbuster, digital comics and news about his creator-owned comics.
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman and Tom Bondurant continue their discussion about Marvel and DC in 2011, touching on "Fear Itself," Season One, "Watchmen 2" rumors and more.
For ROBOT 6's birthday bash, Koyama Press sent over an exclusive look at their 2012 line-up, which includes new comics by Michael DeForge, Dustin Harbin and more.
Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 4, including "The Boys" #62, "Flash Gordon: Zeitgeist" #2, "Nowhere Man" #1 and more.
The creator of "Shadoweyes" and "Wet Moon" provides ROBOT 6 with the entire second issue of his self-published "Mountain Girl" minicomics series, the first time it has appeared online in its entirety.
Eric Stephenson, Image Comics publisher, talks candidly with ROBOT 6 about the past year, their new ad campaign, digital comics, "Image United" and much more.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, ROBOT 6 presents a look at "Daredevil #8" by writer Mark Waid and artist Kano. The second part of a crossover with "Amazing Spider-Man" features both the wall-crawler and the Black Cat.
The "Gødland" artist discusses his webcomic "American Barbarian," the collection by AdHouse Books due early this year, his next webcomic "Final Frontier" and more.
Courtesy of Fantagraphics, ROBOT 6 is pleased to present a preview of "Is That All There Is?", a collection of comics from Dutch comics artist and graphic designer Joost Swarte. The collection comes out in February.
ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins holds an engaging conversation with Sammy Harkham, editor of "Kramers Ergot," about the eighth volume of his landmark anthology series. Check out art by Johnny Ryan, CF, Dash Shaw and more.
Courtesy of Fantagraphics, ROBOT 6 wraps up the first day of their birthday bash with a preview of underground comix legend Diane Noomin's "Glitz-2-Go."
ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins chats with "Lose" and "Ant Comic" creator Michael DeForge about the "killer quartet" of comics he released in 2011 and what's coming in 2012.
Marvel has provided ROBOT 6 with an exclusive first look at February's "Winter Soldier" #1, which reunites Ed Brubaker and Butch Guice for an ongoing espionage thriller starring fan-favorite Bucky Barnes.
Continuing their yearly tradition, ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant and Carla Hoffman have joined forces to compare notes and look back on the the relative fortunes of DC Comics and Marvel Comics in 2011.
Incoming "Astonishing X-Men" writer Marjorie Liu talks to ROBOT 6 about writing prose vs. comics, unused plans for "X-23" and chronicling the X-Men's latest exploits.
Every week ROBOT 6 answers the question "What are you reading?" and for their birthday bash they invited their friends from CBR and COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD! to participate.
Courtesy of writer Van Jensen, artist Dusty Higgins and SLG Publishing, ROBOT 6 is proud to present the entire first issue of the final "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer" story before its digital release later this month.
With the final volume of their "Pinocchio Vampire Slayer" trilogy set to debut digitally this month, writer Van Jensen and artist Dusty Higgins reflect on what the series has meant to them, what they're doing next and more.
The Gang's all here as ROBOT 6's Sean T. Collins chats with Jason Leivian, Zack Soto and François Vigneault of the small-press outlet Press Gang about their plans for 2012 and more.