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The writer/artist's latest Image/Shadowline series brings Mad Max-like energy to a strange world on the brink of ecological disaster.
The creator of "Five Weapons" and "Bomb Queen" returns to Image Comics with "The Empty," a new post-apocalyptic series debuting Feb. 11, 2015.
Greg Rucka, Eleanor Davis, Jimmie Robinson, Aaron Kuder, Stuart Moore, Elizabeth Breitweiser and other creators share their favorite comics of 2014, and more!
Five decades later, Al Plastino's Superman pages finally reach Kennedy library! Ecuadorian newspaper fined for cartoon! Waid and Haspiel! Robinson! Plus more!
Jimmie Robinson recalls the pioneering cartoonist who inspired him! Eric Stephenson on Image and diversity! Plus, Juanjo Guarnido, Stan Lee and more!
Writer/artist Jimmie Robinson talks with ROBOT 6's Tim O'Shea about "Five Weapons" becoming an ongoing Image series and more.
Augie hits the highlights of WonderCon 2013, checks in on Jimmie Robinson's "Five Weapons" #2, and looks back at some Image second printing predictions from December.
"Bomb Queen" creator Jimmie Robinson is set to write and draw "Five Weapons," the tale of a young man bucking social rules to become the greatest fighter around.
As the year comes to a close, ROBOT 6 asks an array of creators and publishers, ranging from Michael Allred and Paige Braddock to Greg Pak and Jamal Igle, their favorite comics of 2012, and what they're most excited about for 2013.
Jim Valentino, the man behind the show at Image Comics imprint Shadowline, talks to CBR News about "Peter Panzerfaust," "Debris," and other projects -- plus what he looks for in a pitch.
Jim Valentino's Shadowline imprint took a "Grim Leaper" during the Image Expo, hitting readers with news of new series "Enormous," "Debris," "Harvest," and "Rebel Blood" by Kurtis Wiebe, Josh Williamson and more.
Writer/artist Jimmie Robinson returns to comics with November's "Bomb Queen VI" #2 which pits the sadistic villainess against the current president of the United States, Barack Obama.
Jimmie Robinson’s Bomb Queen faces a post-Bush world where her new enemy will be her greatest yet: President Obama, in an appearance that turns the Obama comics trend upside down. We spoke with Robinson.
Jimmie Robinson's anarchic black comedy about a society of supervillains reaches its 20th issue with "Bomb Queen V," the latest six-issue miniseries from Shadowline/Image Comics. We spoke with Robinson about the cult series.