Once again, Atomic Robo doesn't disappoint. A story that develops naturally, and gives a nod to the pulp adventures of the time period. Clevinger understands that humor doesn't have to be crammed down the throat, but rather something that evolves naturally in the story. Likewise, Wegner's art enhances the narrative in his recognizable style, and he's able to make every character unique. Atomic Robo: Deadly Art of Science #2 is another fine example of comics done right and earns 5 out of 5 Stars. Read Full Review
Readers can jump right into this volume without having to know any past events. References to past events make you want to go back and find out all of the details, but this story doesnt depend on your knowledge of those stories. Find issues #1 and #2, and you are ready for one upbeat story. Read Full Review
A good issue then, not a great one. If it doesn't quite live up to Episode One, then it also doesn't disgrace it either. I'm now waiting patiently for Episode Three and that virtual post it note telling me to look out those previous Robo issues has been moved to the top of the pile. Read Full Review
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