This week, we return to the trilling days of yesteryear as Nikola Tesla takes on the Mad Money Mongers of New York City, in Atomic Robo Presents Real Science Adventures #10.

atomicrobo10ATOMIC ROBO PRESENTS REAL SCIENCE ADVENTURES #10
Writer: Brian Clevinger
Artist: Erich Owen
Publisher: Red 5 Comics
Cover Price: $2.75
In the wake of the financial panic of 1893, a cabal of industrialists plot to overthrow the government. Their “Black Coat” army works from the shadows to plunge the nation into chaos and usher in a new regime.

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UPDATE:  Brian Clevinger contacted us with a correction!

A correction! The Triumverate aren’t real people, they’re grown up versions of fictional 19th century boy genius characters!

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1 Comment

  1. September 10, 2013 at 12:54 pm — Reply

    Nice to see you do some Robo again. I agree with you that the art is not the same but the story is outstanding and you really should read from the start of this arc.

    I liked the Yonkers Devil story, me being somewhat new to Robo it was neat to see a story I did not know about and in issue #9 they had a Robo story “Robo and Goliath” (5 pages).

    All I know there is more Atom Robo out there that I need to find and read.

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