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Dynamite Entertainment has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale this Wednesday, January 6, including "The Boys" #38, "Queen Sonja" #3, "Buck Rogers" #7 and "Athena" #4.
Golden Globe nominated actor Thomas Jane stopped by CBR TV to talk about the late Dave Stevens, IDW's new deluxe collection of "The Rocketeer," his vision of a new "Rocketeer" movie, the return of "Bad Planet" with Bruce Jones co-writing an
ROBOT 6 wraps up its round-up of industry pros talking about what they're looking forward to in 2010 with comments from Walt Simonson, Scott Wegener, Jamie S. Rich, Vito Delsante and more.
ROBOT 6 finishes its countdown of the 30 influential comic books that changed the industry over the past ten years, with looks at "Daredevil," "Persepolis," "Naruto," "Penny Arcade," "Jimmy Corrigan" and more.
ROBOT 6's Kevin Melrose highlights 50 covers he loved from the past year, which includes art by Brian Bolland, John Cassaday, Marko Djurdjevic, Dave Johnson, Dustin Nguyen, Skottie Young and many more.
Dark Horse Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale January 6, 2010, including the conclusion of "Gigantic," the debut issue of "Mass Effect: Redemption," "B.P.R.D.: King of Fear" and more.
BOOM! Studios has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale January 6, including "28 Days Later" #5, "Kill Audio" #4, "Dingo" #2, "Mickey Mouse & Friends" #299, and "Donald Duck and Friends" #349!
Is Frank Quitely a pseudonym used by Grant Morrison? Or Lynn Varley for Frank Miller? Or is A. J. Lieberman really John Byrne? Find out today in a special edition of Comic Book Legends Revealed on COMICS SHOULD BE GOOD.
Courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment, CBR presents an exclusive preview of "Buck Rogers" #7, the first installment of an all-new storyline by Scott Beatty and Carlos Lopez that hits comic stores this Wednesday, January 6.
Part two of ROBOT 6's round-up of industry folks talking about what they're looking forward to in 2010 includes comments from Jimmy Palmiotti, David Gallaher, Chris Schweizer, Molly Crabapple, Mike Dawson and more!
ROBOT 6 ends a long day of posting with part one of a round-up of industry folks talking about what they're looking forward to in 2010. Jeff Parker! Paul Pope! Faith Erin Hicks! Matt Kindt! Evan Dorkin! And more!
Every other week ROBOT 6 contributor Melissa Krause takes a look around the comics blogosphere to see what people are talking about. This week she collects a few thoughts on comics in 2009 ... what did you think?
Courtesy of Top Shelf, ROBOT 6 has a six-page preview of creators Stuart and Kathryn Immonen's "Moving Pictures," which collects the webcomic of the same name.
Courtesy of Fantagraphics, ROBOT 6 has a three-page preview of "Artichoke Tales" by Megan Kelso, the story of a young girl whose family is caught between the two warring sides of a civil war.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, ROBOT 6 posts an EXCLUSIVE teaser image from "Fantastic Four" #575 by writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Dale Eaglesham, featuring a classic Marvel character who has seen better days. The book is due in stores Jan. 27.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, ROBOT 6 has pages from the next two issues of "Nova," which feature friends and foes from Nova's past and present, by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Andrea Di Vito!
Courtesy of Guy Davis, Dave Stewart and Dark Horse Comics, here's another incredible piece of artwork to help celebrate ROBOT 6's anniversary, featuring the robot himself and some friends who fans of Davis will no doubt recognize.
Courtesy of Fantagraphics, ROBOT 6 has three pages from the first full-length graphic novel by "Frank" creator Jim Woodring, "Weathercraft," which arrives in stores in April 2010.
"In 'Strangeways,' vampires don't run from the church. Instead, they burn churches down," Matt Maxwell says about this teaser image for his webcomic, which continues to be posted at ROBOT 6 every week.
ROBOT 6's resident "Grumpy Old Fan," Tom Bondurant, isn't exactly grumpy or old, but he does reference T.S. Eliot in his latest column about heading to the comic shop every Wednesday.
ROBOT 6 contributor Tim O'Shea chats with Cully Hamner about drawing the Question, the "Red" movie, designing characters, being exclusive to DC, and many other aspects of the artist's work and career.
Matt Kindt returns to the world of "Super Spy" this March with a new supplement that includes deleted scenes, new stories, diagrams, 3-D comics and more! Check out a story from the new book at ROBOT 6!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, ROBOT 6 brings you a preview of the next issue of "Guardians of the Galaxy," written by Dan Abnett and Andy Lanning, and drawn by Brad Walker. It's due in stores Jan. 27.
From "Civil War" and "Scott Pilgrim" to "30 Days of Night" and "Safe Area Gorazde," ROBOT 6 begins its countdown of 30 influential comic books that changed the industry over the past ten years. Watch for Part 2 tomorrow.
One of the highlights of any week at ROBOT 6 is Shelf Porn, where fans around the world share pictures of what their comic-filled shelves look like. This week's submission came from Brian Fitzgerald, a Batman fan in Limerick, Ireland!
SLG Publishing will release the debut graphic novel from Diana Thung in May of this year, about a boy and his imaginary gorilla, and they've given ROBOT 6 an EXCLUSIVE first look at the first 10 pages of the all-ages project.
ROBOT 6 catches up with "Love and Capes" creator Thom Zahler on his "romantic comedy sitcom-ish comic book," with news on the next trade from IDW, digital distribution, Free Comic Book Day and exclusive art!
The webcomic "AppleGeeks" and Dark Horse Comics sent over anniversary wishes to ROBOT 6 in the form of a really awesome piece of artwork by Mohammad F. Haque. Now that the robot has a body, no one knows what could possibly happen next!
Courtesy of Image Comics, ROBOT 6 is pleased to debut Tommy Lee Edwards' cover to one of their biggest releases for 2010, along with a description of the comic by writer and BBC talk show host Jonathan Ross.
ROBOT 6's Michael May dives in deep on both "Mouse Guard" books, noting the book "may not exactly be an underground comic, but until it hits no. 1 on every 'best sellers' list in the world, I’m considering it under-read."
ROBOT 6's Brigid Alverson takes a look at the year in manga, noting in January she thought "2009 was going to be a bleak year," but by December was "surrounded by so much good manga that I don’t know where to start."
Courtesy of Marvel, ROBOT 6 is pleased to present this five-page preview from the "Assault on New Olympus" storyline by Greg Pak, Fred Van Lente and Rodney Buchemi, due in stories Jan. 20, 2010. LINK FIXED
Contributors list their favorite comics, graphic novels, manga, reprints and webcomics of 2009, which includes everything from "Agents of Atlas" and "Asterios Polyp" to "Yon Kuma" and "Yotsuba&!" -- and all points in between.
Today marks the one-year anniversary of the CBR blog ROBOT 6, and to mark the occasion they've taken over the home page! Check back all day for exclusive previews, interviews and more.
Marvel's final "Year of Spider-Man" teaser image puts the controversy over Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson's missing marriage front and center for an as yet unnamed story line for 2010
What turned out to be two huge years for movies, comic events and more, 2008 and 2009 combined to really give our CBR News crew something to talk about. Come and see what they have to say.
We've reached the finish line in CBR's race to nail down the top 100 comics of 2009! Dive in to see whether your favorite books made the cut for slots #25 through 1 check out our pick for the top comic of the year!
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this coming Thursday including "Siege" #1, "Deadpool Team-Up" #897, "Cable" #22, & plenty more!
Big comics, big movies, big innovations and much more can all be found in CBR's look back at 2007, arguably the single biggest year of the decade! So, what exactly went down? Come on in and let's find out together...
CBR's massive rundown of the biggest and best comic books to hit in the last calendar year cracks into the top fifty with numbers 50 through 26 coming in from all across the internet and printed comics cosmos.