We've been keeping tabs on The Fictory's animated "Atomic Robo: Last Stop" project since early this year and we've got to say, the studio's latest storyboard update has us ready to see this sucker spring to life.
The Fictory's Jeff McComsey recently revealed that fans could be getting a taste of full-on animation sooner
I know that I've been a bit repetitive in my praise for Red 5's "Atomic Robo" series, written by Brian Clevinger and drawn by Scott Wegener. But the latest issue, in which Robo encounters nemesis Dr. Dino
Inspired by Atomic Robo's regular sessions of slaying monsters (both literal and figurative) with science, one enterprising costumer has crafted an impressive AR casing - and as a childhood barber of mine used to say after sculpting many of my bowl cuts, "he's ready for the dance!"
Robo creators writer Brian Clevinger and artist Scott Wegener alerted the 'Net to Devin Harrigan's completed cost
ComicsAlliance reviews the biggest, best, and most interesting comics that hit the shelves this week.
GOD-BYE - Incredible Hercules 141
For almost thirty issues Greg Pak and Fred Van Lente have been breathing new life into the Greek pantheon's role in the Marvel Universe in "Incredible Hercules," and in that time it's been one of the best ongoing books in the core Marvel Universe. And now, with Incredible Hercules 141, the "Assault on New Olympu
Not content to harness the power of science in his war on evil in his ongoing comic book series alone, Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener's Atomic Robo will soon be making his way into two animated shorts by way of two separate animation teams.
The Fictory has posted new panels from the shorts' storyboards, including shots
With 2009 about to draw to a close, now seems like a good time to look back on a year of Wednesdays and remind myself of the reason I buy new comics every week. To remember that it's worth sifting through the piles of never-ending zombie comics, celebrity biography cash-ins and Barack Obama team-ups because every once in a while you find a great story with beautiful artwork
Robots! Along with Ninjas and Gorillas, they complete the Holy Trinity of character types that make comics more awesome by virtue of their very presence, even if some of them -- like Red Tornado, seen at left fighting crime by employing Hostess cupcakes -- are so terrible that they can star in stories where they punch out Hitler and still complain all the time about how they'll never understand what it's like to be human.
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ComicsAlliance's Chris Murphy reviews the biggest -- and best -- books coming out this week.
LEAVING ALREADY? Daredevil #500
If tomorrow I were to be crowned high king of all comics, given the royal scepter made from rolled up issues of "Action Comics" #1 printed on solid gold, had Stan Lee himself place upon my brow the crown sculpted from dried ink taken from Will Eisner's inkwell, then my first decree, once I was properly seated upon a throne with cushions stuffed full of Alan Moore's beard shavings, would be to order Ed Brubaker's legs chained to a desk, where he would be forced to write "Daredevil" forevermore.
Brubaker's inclination towards hard-boiled, gritty mystery tales has always m