To the editor: Covered California Executive Director Peter V. Lee and UC Berkeley health economist James C. Robinson are not convincing as to the success of Obamacare in California. ("Obamacare works in California. Here's why," op-ed, July 27)
When James L. White was being raised by a single mother in rural Kentucky, he was taunted by children who chanted, “Who’s your daddy?”So he would tell stories.“I’d come up with someone who was famous, like Jackie Robinson or Bill Cosby, and I’d say they were my daddy,” Mr. Show More Summary
It’s not a secret that I’m a huge fan of James Robinson. I’ve loved his work since I saw preview pages of The Golden Age more than twenty years ago. Those first few pages gave me goosebumps. When I met James, I thought he was cute and funny and completely charming. I’m a sucker for an […]
Airboy is a four-issue miniseries written by James Robinson and illustrated by Greg Hinkle, and published by Image Comics. Its premise is that Robinson and Hinkle, portrayed as fictionalized versions of themselves, are tapped to revamp an obscure Golden Age character. Show More Summary
Writer James Robinson has issued an apology regarding the depiction of trans characters in "Airboy" #2.
It's here. I'd reprint it but that always seems unfair, even in a case like this. Robinson, artist Greg Hinkle and Image Comics were all criticized for a storyline in Airboy that is set within the transgender community. For those ofShow More Summary
As the controversy over the treatment of the transgender community in "Airboy" rises, Robinson took to Twitter to acknowledge the complaints.
James Robinson & Leonard Kirk to bring "harsh brand of heroism" withi SQUADRON SINISTER.
"Fantastic Four" creative team James Robinson and Leonard Kirk will team-up once again for this powerful post-"Secret Wars" team book.
Zombies and Ultrons engage in endless war in Battleworld's most terrifying domain in the new "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson & Steve Pugh.
Check out a preview of next week's debut of the SECRET WARS series ARMOR WARS,
James Robinson of Detroit walked 21 miles a day back and forth to his hourly wage job, where he had chalked up a decade of perfect attendance. When Robinson's plight was reported in the press, his life quickly changed. An area dealership gave him a new, loaded Ford Taurus. Show More Summary
Cold machines wage an endless war against rotting zombies on Battleworld in Marvel's newest "Secret Wars" series by James Robinson and Steve Pugh.
Sounds like: Paolo Nutini, New Shoes, James Morrison Song: Alejandro Meola & Robinsones - Purple What's so good? Rock & blues composer Alejandro Meola has been making music on multiple continents for several years now. His new EP,...Show More Summary
James Robinson and Greg Hinkle's "Airboy" #1 is "a unique book... with a decadently enjoyable confessional narrative and stunning cartooning."
When I first heard the idea for Fizzics, I was fairly certain it was either a lie or a joke. It had all the trademarks of what Pando alum James Robinson would have called a “scampaign.” It makes an unlikely claim — in Fizzics’ case, that it can make any bottle, can, or growler of beer taste like it was just poured from a tap at a bar. The device […]
Customers who spend more than $25 on an online or in-store purchase will receive a copy of "Secret Wars: Armor Wars" #1/2 by James Robinson and Mark Bagley.
James Robinson & Leonard Kirk's "Fantastic Four" #645 "provides a wonderfully organic, most satisfying conclusion for the adventures of Marvel's First Family."
Dan Slott, Dennis Hopeless & James Robinson to talk about their SECRET WARS series including RENEW YOUR VOWS, INFERNO and more.
It's the end of the line for the FF as James Robinson & Leonard Kirk pit the team against the Quiet Man and "Fantastic Four" comes to an end.