I’m always fascinated by the reaction of “mainstream” commentators who talk about comics as a result of San Diego Comic-Con. After all, it’s the one week of the year when just about everyone wants to talk comics!
This week on the Major Spoilers Podcast – Brian Clevinger stops by to talk Atomic Robo’s new distribution method, Superman gets a new power, Hellcat lands on her feet on Netflix, Conan/Red Sonja #2, Hollywood Zombie Apocalypse #2, and Sex Criminals #10.
Atomic Robo has been consistently good from the beginning. I’ve never read a bad issue or storyline and have always been more than pleased. Does volume nine meet expectations? Read on!
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.
Matthew and Stephen gear up for Atomic Robo Presents: Real Science Adventures #7 – that doesn’t feature Atomic Robo, but does feature the Centurions of Science. SCIENCE!
Press Release Boutique game development and concept studio, Second Fiction, announced today that it plans to release its first action-platformer game Atomic Robo Violent Science in March 2013. Violent Science will be playable on any iOS device (iPod Touch, iPad, iPhone) as a universal iOS app. The studio also plans to release the game on Windows Surface, Android and more shortly thereafter.
Press Release ComiXology, Red 5 Comics & Emerald City Comicon have teamed up to bring fans the first-ever digital convention exclusive — Atomic Robo: Along Came a Tyrantula. Every ECCC ’13 badge holder will find a redemption code on the back of their convention badge that entitles them to this digital only Atomic Robo comic. Fans at the show will be the first to experience this first of its kind convention exclusive that showcases how comiXology makes exciting new, immersive and innovative storytelling techniques possible by utilizing comiXology’s Guided View technology – that can only be experienced on comiXology!
America’s favorite crime-fighting adventurer robot, Atomic Robo, has done a lot in his life. A lot more than you have, to be blunt. Did you ever test-pilot a jet plane and run into sky pirates? Well, were they lady pirates? Didn’t think so. Now, thanks to Red 5 Comics, you can read about the road less traveled. Will it make all the difference? Find out after the jump.
The problem with a great comic artist like Atomic Robo co-creator Scott Wegener is that as a mere human, he cannot keep up with the avalanche of stories that tumble like a tsunami from writer Brian Clevinger’s pen. Rather than clone Wegener again (allegedly), the solution was to enlist other artist and create a spin-off comic to feature the shorter stories about Robo and his universe. But with increased production, can the same level of quality be maintained with so many cooks in the kitchen? Let’s find out, shall we?
Downed in the Pacific while testing his latest jet plane, Atomic Robo is rescued by the rag-tag group of flying females – The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific. The latest issue from Red 5 Comics has arrived, and you better believe Major Spoilers is ready to dive in with its review!
A while ago, Freak Show announced a Savage Dragon deck, and now the company has struck an agreement with Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener to get Atomic Robo in on the action.
Red 5 Comics sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of Atomic Robo: The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific that arrives in stores this week.
The Atomic Robo anthology series continues this month, as the tales of mad science gone madder take an interesting turn. Will Brian Clevinger and the art teams hit another one out of the ballpark?
A brand new installment of Atomic Robo: Real Science Adventures arrives in stores this week (May 16, 2012), and we’ve got a sneak peek, for you to check out, directly from Red 5 Comics.