Atomic Robo returns to the Dueling Review show, as Matthew and Stephen gush all over Atomic Robo and the Temple of Od #1 from IDW Publishing.
Have you seen that Star Wars movie? It’s had such a huge impact on pop culture in the last couple of weeks, that artists can’t stop incorporating it into their daily doodles. Atomic Robo artist, Scott Wegener, has a new take on Robo’s redesign.
If you aren’t reading Atomic Robo, you certainly should be! This week, I chat with the creators of this excellent comic, Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener.
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!
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!
While Scott Wegner is busy working on volume 6 of Atomic Robo, he’s doing a lot of research and sketching. Recently, Wegener did a sketch of Lady Sabre, that looks really nice and is a departure from Action Scientists.
Who doesn’t love Atomic Robo? If you said you don’t love the hero, then you should be ashamed of yourself, as you are obviously a liar. What makes Atomic Robo great? A combo of two things – the brilliant writing of Brian Clevinger, and the masterful pen of Scott Wegener. Can you guess which one we are focusing on today? Hint: His name is in the title.