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ROBOT 6 is back with your weekly dose of trivia and sundries. Now Act Three of DC's "Trinity" is underway, and although we’re not too far into it, we dare say we’re already in for a few issues’ worth of super-team combat.
Image’s panel at WonderCon Friday highlighted the Savage Dragon’s presidential team-up, Duncan Rouleau’s “The Great Unknown” and John Layman’s “cannibal for a good cause” title “Chew.” Plus, a huge gallery of preview art!
Aspen Comics staffers Frank Mastromauro, Vince Hernandez, J.T. Krul, David Wohl, Ale Garza, Mark Roslan and Joe Benitez met with fans in San Francisco on Friday to discuss the publisher's latest projects.
Friday afternoon at WonderCon's DC Nation panel, DC Comics announced which two of the June-debuting series Paul Dini will be writing, a new role for “Manhunter” Kate Spencer, and named the leads for “Gotham City Sirens.”
Marvel's Ultimate Comics panel revealed Art Adams' exclusive Marvel contract status and editor Mark Paniccia answered questions about the status of the Ultimate Universe post-”Ultimatum."
The acclaimed artist signs on for his first monthly gig in years in the form of an Ultimate Comics series with Jeph Loeb. CBR News spoke with the comic book superstar about what lured him back to the monthly grind.
The fan favorite artist draws his first full comic book in years, featuring Sam, Twitch and a much deadlier Clown. CBR spoke with writer/creator Todd McFarlane about Greg Capullo's triumphant return to "Spawn."
Film studio Fox Atomic has entered into a co-publishing agreement with Boom! Studios. CBR News caught up with Boom!'s Ross Richie and Atomic's Eric Lieb to discuss the deal.
Superstar writer and BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Mark Waid joins Carr and Atom! for this week's RE-READING WATCHMEN commentary on the penultimate chapter of the classic graphic novel.
Top Oni brass touted their upcoming lineup at a WonderCon panel on Friday, including a dirt-cheap trade collection for Marc Guggenheim’s “Resurrection” series and what Greg Rucka’s been up to.
"Punisher" writer Rick Remender talks to ROBOT 6 about "The Last Days of American Crime," his new Radical Comics title with artist Greg Tocchini, and the screenplay he's already working on based on the property.
Legendary MCs Chuck D of Public Enemy and DMC of RUN-DMC talk to CBR TV about the role comic books play in their respective music careers and communities, and also discuss their own comic book projects.
Creators Mac Carter & Adam Byrne talk about recasting the legendary author of the Cthulhu mythos as an adventurer in the realms about which he wrote, in "The Strange Adventures of H.P. Lovecraft."
For his final Dynamite World War II series, writer Garth Ennis teams with Carlos Ezquerra to take a tank team of blue collar Brits behind enemy lines after D-Day in "Battlefields: The Tankies." We spoke with Ennis about the book.
Legends of Marvel's behind-the-scenes past, with truths about the Steven Grant & Mike Zeck Punisher miniseries (was it meant to be four or five issues?) plus Fantastic Four cover revisions and Vince Colletta versus, well, art!
Garth Ennis reunites with "Hitman" artist John McCrea to bring you to "Herogasm," the first spin-off miniseries of Dynamite's "The Boys." Beginning in May, "Herogasm" will feature covers by Darick Robertson.
Gerry Conway, who famously scripted the death of Gwen Stacy, returns after a lengthy hiatus from comics to pen DC’s forthcoming six-issue miniseries “The Last Days of Animal Man.” CBR spoke with Conway about the book.
Marvel Comics has announced that, as of today, the company has canceled their acceptance of any and all unsolicited submissions while they review their general submissions policies.
Courtesy of Marvel, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale next Wednesday including "New Avengers: The Reunion" #1, "Deadpool" #8, "Hulk: Broken Worlds" #1, "War of Kings" #1, "X-Men/Spider-Man" #4 and more.
Put this one in the "lose" column as the Justice Society jams in dumb elements, the Thor Clone's back (is "Clor" better than "Ragnarok?") and Mon-El's in reruns, plus, sadly, much more.
Against Interpretation - why symbolism is bad for comics and why we need it now; why do companies need editors anyway?; 1000 reviews in 1000 days; plus Marvel finances, radio and gadget news, lots of other notes and a new Comics Cover Challenge.
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you an exciting first look at "Ultimate Wolverine Vs. Hulk" #3, the long awaited return of the hit miniseries by "Lost" creator Damon Lindelof and Leinil Francis Yu.
“League of Extraordinary Gentleman” moves to Top Shelf in April with the publication of “Century: 1910.” CBR News caught up with artist Kevin O'Neill to discuss the upcoming book, the first of the three-part Volume 3.
Jud and Earth-2 Comics have just seen an over 2 year journey come to fruition with the opening of the Penny Lane Resource Room for orphaned, needy and at-risk children, but that doesn't mean that the work is over just yet.
On sale now is the first hardcover volume of Alex Ross & Kim Krueger's "Project Superpowers." In support of that release, Dynamite is providing CBR readers with the complete first issue, right here.
CBR's reviews team takes a look at some of the week's new comics, including new issues of "Mister X: Condemned," 'New Avengers," "Youngblood," "Blue Beetle," "Mighty Avengers" and "Unknown Soldier."
In the latest blow to the beleaguered Wizard Magazine, CBR News learned the company has laid off seven more employees today, including staff writers and Sr. VP Operations Joe Yanarella.
CBR News talks to Tim Leong and Laura Hudson about bringing their short-lived but beloved comics lifestyle magazine to a close, and what if any effect the international economic crisis had on "Comic Foundry."
Courtesy of Marvel Comics, CBR brings you a first look at "Agents of Atlas" #2 by writer Jeff Parker and artists Carlo Pagulayan & Gabriel Hardman, on sale March 4 in finer comics stores everywhere.
"Dear Dracula" writer Joshua Williamson's new miniseries "Johnny Monster" follows a heroic young boy who fights the monsters of beneath the Earth. The only problem is, those monsters raised him in the first place...
“30 Days til Death,” the latest in the “30 Days of Night” vampire saga, released its third issue this month from IDW Publishing. CBR caught up with creator Steve Niles and current writer-artist David Lapham to discuss the series.
Both co-stars and co-writers of “Saturday Night Live,” Bill Hader and Seth Meyers talk to CBR TV about their move to Marvel Comics and the humorous one-shot “Spider-Man: The Short Halloween.”
“Mini Marvels: Secret Invasion” is now on sale, featuring the adventures of tiny Marvel heroes fighting wee villains. CBR News caught up with cartoonist Chris Giarrusso to discuss the all-ages book.
Plume Books is publishing a collection of Brian Cronin's Comic Book Legends Revealed blogs from Comics Should Be Good under the name of "Was Superman A Spy?" The book goes on sale April 28.
Garth Ennis weighs in on his former publisher Jim Lee's contribution to Dynamite's "The Boys" series and the foul-mouthed midway point he and co- creator Darick Robertson will reach in May's issue #30.
The Teachings of Don Barthelme lead into an exploration of "Terror in the Classroom" this week as Tim explores the ever-expansive escalation of horror in Kazuo Umezu's best-known comics, "The Drifting Classroom."
CBR's Timothy Callahan turns in a four-star review of Marvel's "Hulk" #10 by Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness & Dexter Vines, saying the new issue is "probably the most pure fun you'll have with a comic book all month."
Courtesy of DC Comics, CBR brings you advance looks at new comics on sale this week including new issues of "Green Lantern," "Justice Society of America," "Superman," "Teen Titans," "Trinity" and "Wonder Woman."
The writer of "The Cross Bronx," "NYC Mech" and the mastermind behind "24Seven," Ivan Brandon talks to CBR News about his and Nic Klein's buzzy new Image series, "Viking," and the period book's rooting in crime fiction.
CBR's series of interviews with Dark Horse's editorial team continues this week with Star Wars line editor Randy Stradley, who discusses the early days of Dark Horse and what's coming next in a galaxy far, far away.