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The Doom that Came to Robo So here we go with the second installment of the Shadow from Beyond Time story line.Â If you thought the first issue didnâ€™t have enough of the fighty-fighty, and the laughy-laughy, then youâ€™re going to be pleased as Punch (although without the murder and infanticide), as Robo and Charles Fort attempt to bring down the monster Lovecraft with a roadster and a couple of lightning guns.
â€œShould an intense young man, or a wild-eyed gentleman ever approach you and mention the word â€œTunguskaâ€, I want you to shoot them.â€ I didnâ€™t realize my birthday and Christmas arrived on the same day this year, and I was even more surprised to discover that both of these major holidays fell in the last week of April.Â Someone must not have told Hallmark about the change, but at least Red 5 remembered to send a gift in the form of Atomic Robo: Shadow Beyond TIme #1.
In which Robo meets the Sparrow, and all hell breaks loose Can you believe itâ€™s been a full year since the first Atomic Robo issue hit the stands, rocking the world of Major Spoilers, and making us fans of the snarky robot with a past that goes all the way back to Nikola Tesla?Â Can you believe this is the second review in a row, Tesla has made an appearance?Â Did you know I still canâ€™t afford the Tesla automobile (ahem – tip jar to the right)?Â Did you know Atomic Robo once had a fellow espionage agent in Europe?Â
Bending space just got a whole lot more interesting If you havenâ€™t read the first two issues of Jeff Smithâ€™s RASL, stop reading right now, call or visit your local comic shop, and beg your shop keeper to get you those precious issues.Â Without them, your life is not complete.Â Okay, so maybe Iâ€™m exaggerating just a bit, but the fact remains, RASL proves that indie titles can be good, and sometimes even awesome.
Iâ€™m a robot, and youâ€™re a brain in a jar… The final issue of the adventures of the Tesla created robot sits before me – a culmination of a story that has been building for over 70 years as Atomic Robo faces his most diabolical foe. As this is the last issue in this series, it begs the question, â€œDoes Atomic Robo rock, or should he be left to rust?â€