Latest 'giant robots' news
Cancel the apocalypse: The giant-robot battle is ON!
MegaBots raised more than $500,000 for upgrades to make its Mark II mecha ready for its showdown with Japan's mighty Kuratas.
MegaBots needs help in its giant-robot battle against Japan
U.S. company MegaBots has launched a $500,000 Kickstarter campaign to fund serious upgrades to its MegaBot Mark II for its hand-to-hand battle with Japan's giant robot Kuratas.
Japan accepts challenge to glorious giant-robot battle
The founder of Japan's Suidobashi Heavy Industry says he'll pit his giant robot against America's MegaBot Mark II in melee combat.
U.S. company challenges Japan to a giant-robot battle
MegaBots wants to put “America’s first fully functional giant piloted robot" to the test, in a duel with the Japanese mecha Kuratas.
Robb Pratt amazes again with his homemade Superman cartoon
Last year Robb Pratt posted a stellar “Fleischer Brothers meets Mike Kunkel” Superman cartoon that he made in his spare time, featuring the Man of Steel, Lois Lane and a …
Start Reading Now | Robot God Akamatsu
Like all right-thinking people, James Biggie and Frankie B. Washington love a good giant-robot story, especially when the robot’s beating up on giant monsters. That’s why they’ve created a webcomic …
Giant robots come to Hogwarts
Neill Cameron is the creator of Mo-Bot High, a British graphic novel that he describes as a “giant robot high school comedy epic,” so it seems natural that he would …
Comics A.M. | The once and future Extreme Studios; Colleen Doran’s digital success
Creators | With the announcement that Rob Liefeld’s Extreme Studios is back in business, former Extreme Studios employee and current Image Comics publisher Eric Stephenson reflects on his time with …
Neill Cameron shows you how to make a giant robot
Who says you can’t learn anything during the summer? UK artist Neill Cameron, creator of the kids’ graphic novel Mo-Bot High, has put together a quick four-step guide to designing …
Spider-Man and his giant robot fight evil in Japan
Marvel.com has started posting episodes of the 1970s Spider-Man TV show from Japan. Gasp and marvel as Spider-Man rides around in a flying Mach 5 and teams with Voltron to …