Atomic Robo: Revenge Of The Vampire Dimension #3

Writer: Brian Clevinger Artist: Scott Wegener Publisher: Red 5 Comics Release Date: May 19, 2010 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 10
    ComicList - Brandon Borzelli May 22, 2010

    Atomic Robo probably isn't the comic book for everyone. It's silly, but in a smart and sarcastic way. It's got elements of science fiction and the supernatural, but in a tongue in cheek kind of way. However, I challenge someone to pick this issue up and not find it to be entertaining, amusing and a fun read. You won't find an easier comic book to read with no prior knowledge of the characters that will give you this much bang for your buck. I can't recommend a comic book more than this one. Read Full Review

  • 10
    Comic Book Revolution - Brandon May 20, 2010

    ">Written by Brandon Ok guys, this has been a big week for comics. We've seen the Avengers return, we've seen a new Legion book, Zatanna got her own book, and Atlas relaunched to the joy of many fans. However you feel about these developments, just know that they are not the highlight of the week. No no, the highlight comes to us from the twisted mind of Mr. Brian Clevinger and the steady pencil of Mr. Scott Wegener. Atomic Robo continues to astound, the only question is, how well does it astound? Come with me and we'll explore the ever-zany world of Atomic Robo: Revenge of the Vampire Dimension.Creative Team: Writer: Brian ClevingerArtist: Scott WegenerColors: Ronda PattisonStory Rating: 10 Night Girls out of 10Art Rating: 10 Night Girls out of 10Overall Rating: 10 Night Girls out of 10Synopsis:The story opens with Robo flying over an island in a helicopter in the year 1999. The scene flashes back sixty-seven minutes to Robo talking to an official about explosions on the uninhabited Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comics Bulletin - Matthew McLean May 20, 2010

    The only downside on this issue of Atomic Robo is that some of the jokes might be lost on anyone who didn't catch last years FCBD edition. However, after a very direct and effective setup, the book gets right into the funny, funny action and there are plenty of jokes to go around. Read Full Review

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