Of all the issues coming out this week, Red 5 Comics is standing by with what I believe to be the most anticipated issue of the season – Atomic Robo: Shadow from Beyond Time.  Atomic Robo is one of the best ongoing series out there, and if you haven’t picked up the adventures of this Tesla created automaton, now’s your chance.

Neozoic TPB Volume 1
Written: Paul Ens
Art: J. Korim
Colors: Jessie Lam
Letters: Troy Peteri

Publication Date: 2009-04-30
Format: Comic, Full Color, 6.5 x 10, Soft Cover, 216 pages
Price: $24.95

Diamond Code: JAN094410
ISBN: 9780980930238

Story: “Within These Walls”
In a gritty sci-fi fantasy world where dinosaurs did not become extinct, human history has unfolded side-by-side with the giant reptiles. The greatest of the dinosaur slayers are known as the Predator Defense League. When an act of kindness causes thousands of the beasts to destroy the walls of Monanti City, it leaves culture vs. culture, mammal vs. reptile, friend vs. friend and father vs. daughter.

Collects the hard-to-find critically-celebrated series, Neozoic #1 – #8.


Atomic Robo Vol 3 #1
Written: Brian Clevinger
Art: Scott Wegener
Colors: Ronda Pattison
Letters: Jeff Powell

Publication Date: 2009-04-30
Format: Comic, Full Color, 6.5 x 10, Soft Cover, 32 pages
Price: $3.50

Diamond Code: FEB094443
UPC: 811316010368

Story: “Shadow from Beyond Time”
New York City, 1926. ATOMIC ROBO’s dull night of studying for a physics exam is interrupted by a duo from NIKOLA TESLA’s past with a dire message: the imminent doom of all life in the universe! Guest starring CHARLES FORT, HOWARD PHILIPS LOVECRAFT, and the TUNGUSKA INCIDENT.


via Red 5 Comics


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  1. John I.G. the second on

    You can’t really call atomic robo an ongoing can you? It does keep coming out, but not monthly or bi-monthly, and the volumes don’t even necessarily follow each other time-line-wise. Either way Best definitely describes it.

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