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Failed dot-com Stan Lee Media seeks a declaratory judgment that it, and not Disney or Marvel, owns Spider-Man, Thor and other superheroes.
After six years co-writing the script, playwright Glen Berger talks to Timothy Callahan about penning his "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" tell-all memoir.
Though DragonCon co-founder Ed Kramer pleaded guilty to child-molestation charges, he won’t spend any additional time in jail. Developing...
ROBOT 6's Corey Blake takes the long holiday weekend to reflect on six things in comics he's thankful for this year.
Ahead of Ed Kramer’s trial on child-molestation charges, DragonCon has announced a settlement that officially severs all ties with its co-founder.
Angoulême International Comics Festival has announced its 35 official selections for the 2014 convention, including "Hawkeye, "Saga" "My Friend Dahmer" and more.
Four months after announcing a graphic-novel sequel to "Fight Club," author Chuck Palahniuk has revealed the first significant plot details.
Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt & Bill Crabtree return with the part two of a ROBOT 6 exclusive tale set between issues 35 and 36 of the supernatural Western.
Prolific artist Al Plastino, best known for his Superman work for DC Comics, has passed away after a battle with prostate cancer. He was 91.
No matter how many Batman collectibles you own, you’re not truly a fan until you own a licensed, roadworthy replica of the 1966 TV Batmobile.
After rescuing San Francisco, Batkid traveled to New York to take on the Joker and save rapper Pitbull on "Good Morning America."
With DC’s roster of titles falling below the magic "52," ROBOT 6’s Tom Bondurant considers which characters might be called up to fill out the line.
Despite himself, and despite the art, ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco finds himself really enjoying DC’s digital-first series “Injustice: Gods Among Us.”
The Ninth Circuit on Thursday tied up the loose ends in DC's long-running battle to retain the rights to the Superman character.
San Francisco helped fulfill a 5-year-old leukemia patient’s wish to be Batman, a move that cost the city $105,000 -- none of which will come from taxpayers.
With "Stormwatch" ending in April, Chris Arrant explores the question as to whether any interest remains in Wildstorm's characters.
Fans of "The Sixth Gun," the supernatural Western by Cullen Bunn, Brian Hurtt & Bill Crabtree, have a new story to follow, exclusively on ROBOT 6.
"Harley Quinn" #0 arrived in stores today, without the controversy-sparking 'suicide' scene that was released as part of an online art contest.
After a tumultuous three years on Broadway, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will close in January, with plans to reopen in 2015 in Las Vegas.
Amy Reeder and Brandon Montclare pull back the curtain on the fulfillment process for their successful Kickstarter campaign for "Rocket Girl."
Amid a 13-city tour to promote the “Sin Titulo” collection, Cameron Stewart discusses the webcomic’s origins and working on his own creations.
An online theory has arisen that "The Walking Dead's" zombie plague should have ended after a single year, simply by biter attrition.
Comic creators have begun fundraising to help benefit relief for Typhoon Haiyan, the disaster that caused at least 1,700 deaths in the Philippines..
Fantagraphics has already surpassed its initial $150,000 Kickstarter goal, adding more stretch goals to fund its 2014 spring/summer season.
A mysterious figure known as the Joker is using spray paint to leave behind the trademark smile and a simple signature on Tehran street art.
ROBOT 6's Chris Mautner talks to Frank Santoro about the conception of his latest work, the process used to create it and more.
This week ROBOT 6's SHELF PORN heads to the Bluegrass State to check out Trevor's small but growing collection. Also find out how you can submit your own shelves!
ROBOT 6's Tom Bondurant unpacks the convoluted history of Donna Troy and contemplates what makes her so popular with fans.
Vertigo has debuted the television commercial for "The Sandman: Overture" by Neil Gaiman and J.H. Williams III.
Top Shelf is publishing the comic that inspired Congressman John Lewis' civil rights memoir "March" as part of a digital bundle.
A parody "Man of Steel: The Animated Series" video combines the morality and logic of the film with the tone of the cartoon with hilarious results.
Fans of the shuttered "City of Heroes" online video game have begun a Kickstarter for "City of Titans," a "spiritual successor" to the MMO.
Sued for using Spider-Man in a stage production, a theater claims it has legally licensed several Marvel characters - from Stan Lee Media.
"The Simpsons" bid a touchingly appropriate farewell to actress Marcia Wallace, and her character Edna Krabappel, with a somber chalkboard gag.
ROBOT 6's J. Caleb Mozzocco reviews two high-profile DC releases, saying Williams III is the perfect "Sandman" artist and Kubert "draws the scariest Joker fish."
Check out the shelves of Marshall Julius from England, who shows off his collection of toys, books and more. And hey, have some SHELF PORN of your own? Find out how to share it with ROBOT 6!
ROBOT 6's Carla Hoffman takes a look at the new origin of Tony Stark and the apparent lack of teeth-gnashing by fans over the changes to Iron Man.
Jeff Lemire's upcoming "Justice League Canada" will introduce a new superheroine whose background and powers are tied to the Cree culture.
Comics are truly entering the mainstream, as evidenced by the popularity of the Bitstrips Facebook app.
The producers of "The Simpsons" plan to “retire” Bart’s jaded yet hopelessly romantic teacher Edna Krabappel following the death of voice actor Marcia Wallace.