If you are interested in inter-galactic rock and roll cyborgs, and you are a fan of The Go-Go’s, Lady Robotika creator Jane Wiedlin will be signing copies at Atlantis Fantasyworld and Whatever Store on Friday, July 16, and Saturday July 17, 2010.

From the press release

WHO: Lady Robotika, the inter-galactic rock ‘n roll sexy cyborg heroine, is the brainchild of Jane Wiedlin (legendary guitarist for the Go-Go’s) and Bill Morrison (Eisner Award-winning creative behind The Simpsons Comics, Futurama Comics, Roswell, Little Green Man and Heroes Anonymous), and she makes her debut in comic stores nationwide on July 14.

WHAT: In celebration of the comic book’s release, co-creators Wiedlin, aka Lady Robotika, and Bill Morrison, will be making two appearances at Bay Area comic shops to sign copies of Lady Robotika issue #1, “Slaveship to the Stars!”, and meet and greet fans.

One fan at each event will win a limited-edition autographed poster of Lady Robotika “Machina ex Femina.”

Friday, July 16
Noon-2pm and 4-6pm
Atlantis Fantasyworld
1020 Cedar St.
Santa Cruz, CA 95060

Saturday, July 17
Whatever Store
548 Castro St
San Francisco, California 94114

via Image Comics

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  1. ed
    July 14, 2010 at 12:25 pm — Reply

    UGH…enough of these vanity projects where the main character looks like the “celebrity”…dont get me wrong love the go gos and jane is a hoot but really, whos buying these? whatshisname from heroes, levar burton, tyrese gibson and micheal chiklas all have one now…whos next???

  2. Larry King
    July 14, 2010 at 3:21 pm — Reply

    Is it me or does she look like Tomorrow Woman from Morrison’s JLA run?

  3. Damascus
    July 29, 2010 at 3:31 pm — Reply

    I’m loving the Catwoman Rocketeer! Oh wait, no, not so much.

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