Bond sidekick Felix Leiter gets his own book from James Robinson


Dynamite is rolling out its pre-convention announcements and let’s kick things off with a spin-off title for FElix Leiter, James Bond’s right hand man, in a title written by James Robinson (Squadron Supreme, Scarlet Witch, Starman) with art by Aaron Campbell (Harley Quinn, Uncanny,Sherlock Holmes). It’s Leiter’s first time headling his own series, and Robinson’s first […]

Preview: How C-3PO Became The Red Arm Droid


Today Marvel released a preview for STAR WARS SPECIAL: C-3PO #1. The book written by James Robinson (Armor Wars, Earth-2) and illustrated by Tony Harris (Ex Machina) is out this March . Only the spectacle of the Star Wars universe could reunite these two award winning creators as they reveal the mystery behind C-3PO’s red arm in The […]

REVIEW: James Robinson’s Scarlet Witch #1 is Bewitching


By: Nick Eskey Writer: James Robinson Artist: Vanesa Del Rey Colorist: Jordie Bellaire Letterer: Cory Petit Cover Artist: David Aja Taking place after her stint in the Avengers team, James Robinson’s Scarlet Witch is now as she claims “alone.” The only acquaintance that we’re introduced to is the ghost of her old tutor in witchcraft, Agatha Harkness, who happens to […]

First Look at SCarlet Witch #1 by Robinson and Del Rey


The Scarlet Witch is going All New and All Different next month with a new series written by James Robinson with art for the first issue, anyway by Vanessa Del Rey and a cover by David Aja…so it’s a-list all the way. Future artists on the book include Marco Rudy, Steve Dillon, Javier Pulido, Marguerite […]

Robinson and Harris team as do Disney and Marvel for the story of C-3PO’s red arm


Well now. If you were wondering how closely the new movie Star Wars universe and the Marvel Comics Star Wars universe would work together, considering that both are now owned by Disney, the answer is “Yes.” You may have noticed that C-3PO was sporting a new red arm in the Force Awakens trailers, and assumed that he’d lose a limb during the film. However, the origin of Threepio’s new appendage will be told in STAR WARS SPECIAL: C-3PO #1, a one-shot out this December right around the movie’s release. And it’s by the team of writer James Robinson and Tony Harris, the Starman team reuniting for the first time in nearly 20 years.

Vanesa R. Del Rey and Aja join Robinson on Scarlet Witch


Marvel recently announced that writer James Robinson would be tackling an upcoming solo series starring the Scarlet Witch spinning out of her on-screen debut in Avengers: Age of Ultron. Initially…the comic did not have an interior artist,  however, news came yesterday from Newsarama that Hit: 1957 artist Vanessa R. Del Rey will be pencilling the first […]

James Robinson releases statement on Airboy #2 to GLAAD

As anticipated, writer James Robinson has made a statement to GLAAD  about the controversy over the issue of Airboy #2, which we reported on earlier today. And as also expected, he knows that he fucked up. It will certainly be interesting to see how this affects reprint volumes of AIRBOY. When Batgirl has a similar controversy, the trade […]

Airboy #2 criticized by GLAAD for transphobic storyline


When creators James Robinson and Greg Hinkle showed me a copy of the first issue of Airboy back at NYCC last year, my jaw dropped. A fourth-wall breaking 8 1/2 storyline about two creators bringing back a Golden Age hero while engaging in all sorts of drug taking, alcohol abusing and balls-out (and shown) sexual […]

Review: Nothing And Everything Left To The Imagination In James Robinson And Greg Hinkle’s “AIRBOY”

“James Robbins” himself, being assigned the Airboy comic for a reboot

by Nick Eskey For starters, this work is not for kids, and there might be a plot spoiler. With that out of the way, let’s review! Airboy was originally made during the boom of super hero comics in the World War II era, where America dreamed of spandex clad heroes fighting not only super villains, […]

Airboy by James Robinson and Greg Hinkle is going to blow your mind


At the last NYCC, I got shown a few pages of the new Airboy series by James Robinson (Starman, FF) and relative newcomer Greg Hinkle. As I turned each page, my jaw dropped more and more and more. This is a roman á clef, a reboot, an autobio (?) comic, wish fulfillment…whatever, it’s crazy. Metafictional. […]