Mars Attacks Zombies Vs. Robots #1

Mars Attacks Zombies Vs. Robots #1

Writer: Chris Ryall Artist: Andy Kuhn Publisher: IDW Publishing Release Date: January 30, 2013 Critic Reviews: 5
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The only thing worse than Earth having an inter-dimensional stargate that led to the Zombies vs. Robots catastrophe are Martians using one of their own to lead a sneak attack on Earth. But what will happen when zombies get a scent of those big, exposed Martian brains...? Zombie-Robot-Martian chaos from the co-creator of ZvR, Chris Ryall, and TMNT artist Andy Kuhn!

  • 9.0
    AiPT! - David Jan 30, 2013

    The fact that the aliens can sustain my interest for 13 pages without a single robot showing up is a good sign as well. Writer Chris Ryall does a good job fleshing out the alien characters. Their bravado works well in the atmosphere. Sure the city has clearly crumbled, but they're so full of themselves that even the sight of zombies doesn't phase them. Read Full Review

  • 9.0
    Comic Booked - Skott Jimenez Feb 3, 2013

    *The Mars Attacks IDW trade paperback collection will be available in April. Check with your local comic shop for ordering information* Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Therapy - thorverine Jan 30, 2013

    IDW created a pretty spectacular event with Mars Attacks. Each issue is loosely connected, but each offers up a fun and entertaining read. Every book in the event has been good, but this is a satisfying conclusion. Ryall picks up the baton and pushes Attacks across the finish line. Check all 5 issues out, but especially this one 4/5 Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Comics Bulletin - Daniel Elkin Feb 5, 2013

    It's fine. It is what it is, a quick hit of entertainment. If you need something to distract you while waiting for your Grand Slamwich at Denny's, then Mars Attacks Zombies vs. Robots fits the bill perfectly. Read Full Review

  • 5.5
    Florida Geek Scene - Anthony Brunet Feb 2, 2013

    Overall, this little book was a fun exploration into the realm of what if that kept a fun, quick pace. While not inherently bad, the comic never really captured my interest nor did it leave me wanting more. For uniqueness, this story has a lot going for it, but falls short of my expectation of what Ive seen some great crossovers accomplish. Read Full Review

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