Actually, thank you to Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener, who created the wisecracking, Nazi-butt-kicking, modified dinosaur-defeating robot Atomic Robo. The pair are uploading seven years of Atomic Robo's adventures online and are turning their print comic into a free-to-read webcomic. Huzzah!
Labor Day isn't just an excuse to barbecue or squeeze in one last trip to the beach; it's also the day we remember the contributions of workers to society. These scifi, fantasy, and superheroines pay tribute to the wartime labor icon Rosie the Riveter—and show off their guns.
Smart adventure comic Atomic Robo has a new field guide for action scientists coming out, along with a boatload of merchandise. And short anime charmer Little Witch Academia is getting a sequel—and you can help fund the production. Plus, two veteran VFX artists are working on an intriguing pilot film, and could use a…
Atomic Robo, the wisecracking robot adventurer invented by Nikola Tesla, is about to make the leap from comics to animation in his first short film. The first trailer for the unfinished project is online, and you can help the animators finish their film.
What's in comic stores this Wednesday? Grant Morrison's "Bruce Springsteen Superman," the return of scifi man of mystery Casanova Quinn, and Animal Man crying tears of hemoglobin. Gross!
Comic book Wednesday always delivers the most prescient fashions. Who wouldn't want to sport a dapper Orange Lantern (your friends will be so envious!) or a gem-encrusted Infinity Gauntlet (that Soul Gem is 24 carat!). Let this week's comic haul teach you that superheroes wear more than spandex.
What's in your comic book store this Wednesday? New adventures for Black Panther and Cade Skywalker and reprints of old gems from awesome artists like Moebius, Amanda Conner, and Stan Sakai. It's always comic book Wednesday somewhere.
Forget the gene splicing of Jurassic Park — the best dinosaurs in science fiction are hyper-evolved reptosapiens or confused, time-displaced beasts. Here are 20 fantastic saurians who just wouldn't go extinct.
This week's comic haul has everything from French pulp heroines to Superman boxing a World Heavyweight Champion to Cadillacs and dinosaurs to sentient chickens demanding avian rights. It's a comic book party, and everyone's invited!
Atomic Robo, Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener's Eisner-nominated comic about Nikola Tesla's paranormal-battling automaton, is receiving the cartoon treatment. Animation studio The Fictory has unveiled a teaser for Atomic Robo: Last Stop, an animated film based on the bot's exploits.
Sure, so this Wednesday was kind of a weak one for comics, but that's because everyone was saving the awesome up for tomorrow. What's so special about tomorrow, you may ask yourself (beside it being Saturday, and therefore requiring no work for the majority of you)? Well, it's Free Comic Book Day 2008, where stores…