If you are looking for a perfect holiday gift, then Red 5 Comics has you covered, as it is releasing all three volumes of Atomic Robo in December.

Atomic Robo TPB Volume 1 (Second Printing) (OCT091063)
In his double-Eisner-nominated debut series (Best Limited Series, Best Coloring), ATOMIC ROBO takes on Nazis, giant ants, clockwork mummies, walking pyramids, Mars, cyborgs and his nemesis, and Baron von Helsingard. Reprints the sold-out first edition of the smash hit with all-new cover.
180 pages, $18.95, 2009-12-09

Atomic Robo TPB Volume 2 (OCT091064)
Eisner-nominated ATOMIC ROBO lands on the front lines of World War II against the science freaks and devastating weird weaponry of Nazi Germany — from invincible walking tanks to atomic-powered weather cannons to the Monster Soldiers of the Third Reich. Can ROBO and THE SPARROW, Britain’s greatest covert operative, complete their mission and turn the tide of the war without killing one another?
152 pages, $19.95, 2009-02-25

Atomic Robo TPB Volume 3 (OCT091062)
It is 1926 when H.P. LOVECRAFT comes calling to warn ATOMIC ROBO of imminent doom. But the SHADOW FROM BEYOND TIME escapes into the future, intersecting with our world through the 20th century. The future and history of the universe hangs in the balance as ATOMIC ROBO teams up with, uh, ATOMIC ROBO in a last ditch effort to protect reality itself.
152 pages, $18.95, 2009-12-09

via Red 5 Comics

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  1. October 2, 2009 at 3:55 pm — Reply

    FINALLY! I could not find these anywhere, whether it was on line or in store!

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