Dec.16.15 at 11:30 am

No, you're not crazy. There's no new page yet for today. We're workin' on it! Stay tuned.

EDIT: and now we're back on track. Sorry about that, folks!

Dec.09.15 at 02:35 pm

I have some very important news for you if you're the kind of person who likes to throw money at things you enjoy reading.

You can get Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #4 at your local comic book shop right now. This instant! It's there! On a shelf and near other IDW titles I bet. In any case it's looking quite handsome, though not so handsome as it would look in your grubby little hands (wash them before you go out, good lord).

But that ain't all. It's also available at comiXology via this here link.

For a free preview of the issue, uhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh don't be stupid.

Nov.19.15 at 10:30 am

Remember when the good folks at IDW Publishing brought you the Everything Explodes collection consisting of the first three volumes of Atomic Robo? Well, they went and did it again. But different. This time it's the Crystals Are Integral collection consisting of the fourth, fifth, and sixth volumes.

It comes out in February of 2016 but you can pre-order it right now and I suggest that you do. Try your local shop with Diamond Code DEC150521 or Amazon if'n you ain't got one of those.

Nov.05.15 at 11:23 am

All right, boys and girls. If you are anything like within reach of Durham NC then you absolutely must, I say must, attend the North Carolina Comicon. It's November 13th through the 15th. I've attended this show at every opportunity, and let me tell ya something.

It's a not-so-secret within this industry that the best shows from the perspective of creators are Emerald City Comicon out in Seattle and North Carolina's HeroesCon. The crowds are friendly and enthusiastic, the staff are great, the eats around the conventions are top notch. There's just something about the energy at these shows. They manage to be big enough to attract a wide array of mainstream and independent creators, but small enough to feel cozy. They create a sort of feedback loop between a happy crowd eager to discover new comics and a bunch of hucksters behind tables trying to ply their wares. These shows make that crass and commercial enterprise feel like a celebration of the form.

I feel that same energy from NCComicon. It's been a joy to see it grow every year and to watch more people, fans and creators alike, discover this hidden gem. Pre-order your tickets today and be a part of it.

We'll be there with Atomic Robo comics and omnibuses and some trade paperbacks. Drop on by and say hello!

Oct.26.15 at 11:20 am

B-Clev comin' at you with yet more Atomic Robo comic book action thanks to our pact with IDW Publishing. Contracts are so 20th century. You want something done right, you get it written in blood and sacred geometries.

First up, we've got Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #3 (SEP150416) You should pre-order this guy from your local shop right now because it comes out November 4th, which is right around the corner! If you don't have a local shop, we suggest ordering online from Midtown Comics.

Next up Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #4 (OCT150422) is coming at you in December.

And then there's Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire #5 (NOV150452) concluding all this craziness in January. You guys ain't seen the cover for this one yet, so here it is!

Whaaaaat is up with up with that skull robot thing?! Gotta read to find out.

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