So if youre a fan of Atomic Robo, this series continues to offer the stuff that made the series popular to begin with (in a four-page backup strip illustrated by Derrick Fish, it also answers the question of what happened with the giant pyramid monster that was left hanging in one of the issues of the original mini-series). And if youre new to the concept, by all means, check it out. Its a great, fun, exciting ride, with some sharp writing and beautiful artwork. Dont miss it! Read Full Review
While mostly entertaining, it's also necessary to mention that this issue basically treads in familiar waters. If you weren't a fan before this miniseries, there isn't anything here to win you over. But from where I'm standing, Robo is routinely one of the very best independent comics on the shelves and shouldn't be missed by anyone with even the slightest sense of humor. Read Full Review
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