RoboChuck #1

RoboChuck #1

Writer: Chris Callahan Artist: Chris Callahan Publisher: TurtleBunny Productions Release Date: January 22, 2014 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 1
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Welcome to Flattown, Part 1
In the World of Entertainment, cartoons are real.

Once upon a time, classically drawn characters were cinematic royalty, and audiences loved them. Then the world changed. A fellow created a thing called a computer, and, almost without warning, it was the CGs that were selling out shows. Flat toons couldn’t get work, and the old stars were simply forgotten.

Enter RoboChuck. Made on a computer but raised by Flats, he is unwittingly the most important toon in the world. Too bad he’s stuck doing low budget TV commercials for a living.

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    Comic Bastards - Jeff Butler Dec 7, 2013

    ‘RoboChuck‘ is a likeable comic and seems to have a strong idea of where it is going. While it could have really benefited from a different artist (not to mention a more accurate title), the art isn't a dealbreaker, with a script that is among the better ones I've read recently in a self-published book. If you like supporting independent creators you might want to think about picking up a copy for yourself. Read Full Review

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