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Atomic Robo Volume 1: Atomic Robo & the Fightin Scientists of Tesladyne TP (v. 1) Paperback – December 22, 2009
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And yet, they are very different, too. Hellboy is tormented about his past and grim about his job, whereas Robo is surprisingly sentimental about his past (yet in never a way that is intrusive or angsty), and seems to genuinely enjoy the wacky adventures he goes on. Hellboy fights obscure mythical creatures whereas Robo fights a grab bag of made-up stuff, but in return we get to hear the team bicker about how these things are defying conventional physics ("Imaginary physics," says one, "...it'll revolutionize science. Just wait until we figure out what to look for and how to find it.") Clearly, this is a series that is not afraid to step back and have fun with itself.
So we have a series that is fun, action-packed, and thoughtful to boot. Great read.
In other news: the art style is amazing, dialogue is witty, clean, and never gets old. The situations are enjoyable. There is even some art in the back of the book discussing the beginning of Atomic Robo.
Overall. I give this first volume a 10/10. I lovee it. This was fantastic.
~Lieutenant Nathaniel Flint of the Landship Scorpios
But forget all of that. What comic has Steven Hawking being dick to a robot and plays it for laughs? This one does. And if that doesn't make you want to but this now than let me quote quote Sir Hammerlock from borderland; you are sad and I no longer wish to speak to you.
Fresh, double fresh plus good.
In the story you will find robo
Killing/ (thats sort of like capturing a evil scientist on the eve of World War II
Fighting Giant Ants, who may or may not posses lazer beam eyes because hell why not, with help from his team of fighting scientists from Tesladyne
A pyramid in Eqypt that shoots solar death beams, fortunately on the team was someone whose Doctoral thesis was on solar deathbeam design. Best response
"Judging by how these things usually go, I think its safer to assume mummies until proven otherwise"
"That's good advice in anyline of work'.
Learn why Robo arranged rocks on Mars to spell "Stephen Hawkings is a Bastard"
Fights a brain in a jar
and we meet the most action of the action scientists of Tesladyne who is introduced as sole survivor of a mission into the vampire dimension but we come to know as Jenkins.
the first volume kicks 7 different kind of ass.