This issue concludes the stories of The Sparrow's top secret mission against the Weird Armies of the Third Reich and Bruce Lee's training of Atomic Robo.
The untold tales of Atomic Robo have been told at last! But for how long? There's no telling!
Even when not at its best, the world cannot get enough Atomic Robo. I give Atomic Robo Real Science Adventures #6 four stars""if you have never read Atomic Robo before, make it three and a half stars (and hang your head in shame). It's good on its own and great as the sixth of six issues. Read Full Review
Although the mini-series gave us some fun short stories over its six-issue run (which turns out to be at least two issues too many) we've seen the comic sputter to a finish the last few months with meandering stories, too many of which didn't include Atomic Robo. What I'll likely remember Atomic Robo Presents Real Science Adventures for is some terrific covers and a lot of missed opportunity in terms of storytelling. For fans. Read Full Review
I didn't like the fact that it was short comics within this issue, but each story was a fairly good read, so I'm going to average the score by each story, not just my impression of the whole collection concept. Read Full Review
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