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Robot 6 wraps its fourth-anniversary celebration asking creators ranging from Colleen Coover and Mike Carey to Jimmy Palmiotti and Ross Campbell about their favorite comics of 2012 and what they're most excited about for 2013.
ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea spoke with co-creators Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover about "Bandette," their Monkeybrain Comics series, influences on the title & character and why they launched it as a digital comic.
Mark Waid looks back at his first day at work! DC Comics executives upbeat about graphic novel sales! Steve Skeates reflects on career! Colleen Coover talks "Bandette"! Plus much more!
Co-Publishers Chris Roberson, Allison Baker and the Monkeybrain Comics creators reveal their upcoming digital-first projects -- and attempt to convince Bill Willingham they're not crazy.
Speaking at the Monkeybrain Comics press call, writer Chris Roberson announced plans to expand his publishing company, Monkeybrain Books, into digital creator-owned comics.
Archaia has provided CBR with an exclusive preview of Nate Cosby and Chris Eliopoulos' "Cow Boy," including a look at Colleen Coover and Roger Langridge's short stories from the OGN hitting stores today, May 30.
'Tis the season, so ROBOT 6 asked comic pros for their favorite comic book-related holiday memories. Jeff Parker, Colleen Coover, Mike Allred, John Arcudi and many more were happy to share!
The epic, universe-changing "Fear Itself" in its rear-view mirror, Marvel unleashes "Shame Itself" upon the populace. The one-shot's creators spoke with CBR about finding the funny in the Marvel Universe.
At the New York Comic Con's "Women Of Marvel" panel, Jeanine Schaefer, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Marjorie Liu, Sarah Pichelli and others discussed the state of women in the industry.
ROBOT 6 counts down six "smut-laden" gems you can feel good about owning, including x-rated comics by Gilbert Hernandez, Colleen Coover, Phil Foglio and more.
The final day of New York Comic Con began with the Women of Marvel panel. Grace Randolph, Colleen Coover, Christina Strain, and more spoke about breaking in, favorite titles, and how to bring more female readers into the fold.
In a panel this past weekend at Emerald City ComiCon, C.B. Cebulski, Colleen Coover, Jeff Parker and Christina Strain agreed: the easy way to a Marvel Comics career is to work really, really hard.