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The Yonkers Devil is probably the non-intelligent foe who's given Robo the most trouble in the past.

So much trouble, that he's decided to hire a certain group of mercenaries to help him out in it's capture.

A certain group of mercenaries who wear RED.

The Professionals get things done behind cut )
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The "Harvest" arc of Teen Titans/Superboy/Legion Lost is . . . Bad. I mean, really bad. It could have been interesting, but it's just been bad. I mean, it even has a Gorgonopsid and a properly feathered Raptor show up in its pages and it's STILL bad. I love that sort of thing! And I realized the main reason why I find it so bad.

I can't take the villain as a credible threat because he comes off to much like Atomic Robo's Doctor Dinosaur.

In this issue, we have it all laid bear.

Teen Titans and Atomic Robo behind the cut )
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Today, I bring you a thrilling tale of a manbot and the woman who stole his telluric heart. Scans courtesy of Atomic Robo and the Deadly Fists of Science. (8 pages from the 29 page third issue, 3 from fourth, 1 from fifth)

Holy socks )

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Coming up for air to share more of that wonderful new discovery (for me), ATOMIC ROBO!

"But glprime," I hear you say (I can hear your thoughts, deal with it) "What about all that cool stuff you said you'd post?" Well, I've been rushing to get pages complete on a screenplay, and have thus let my posting slide. I do think, however, I can get some good parts up before my Thanksgiving trip from The Hacker Files, which has some AMAZING stuff of early intranet-computing in comics. We're talking first post-Suicide Squad-era Oracle appearance here.

So we'll get back to feature-length posts eventually. For now, some fun.

Stop, in the name of SCIENCE! )

5 pages from Atomic Robo #4 and 6 pages from FCBD 2008 Atomic Robo.
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Oh, ok, not vampires then!

A Not-Vampire Post with Atomic Robo and Narbonic )

Three pages from Atomic Robo Revenge of the Vampire Dimension #1, one animation from Shaenon K. Garrity/Narbonic/Bite Me
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I have to say, the news of the DC reboot really depresses me. I was so excited for some issues coming out in the next  couple of months, like that Batman & Robin issue in France. Now, it just seems like it doesn't even matter anymore.

Whenever I think about what is wrong in comics, I'm drawn to books that recognize these flaws and try to make them right. I think we of scans_daily, while sometimes disagreeing, have a general "taste" in comic books. Most of us like books like Batgirl or Thor: The Mighty Avenger, for example.

Atomic Robo is one of those books. The creators KNOW what is wrong in comics, and are sworn to fix them/not do them. So, I will post some Atomic Robo now, because that book NEEDS love, and we need to show that comics industry that no, we do not put up with your bullshit, and instead our money will go to good books until you get your act together.

About Atomic Robo )

5 out of 15 pages from Atomic Robo FCBD 2011 )
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Greetings True Believers!

Nowadays Cap can take an apple's stem off with his shield at 300 paces but it wasn't always so!

Cap's shield-slinging and Nazi-smashing skills had to be learned on the job.

This one-shot is aces and I suggest it to all Cap fans!



Read more... )
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Here is a preview from Cosmic Book News of Avengers & The Infinity Gauntlet #1.

This is a "re-imagining" from Brian Clevinger (Atomic Robo) and artist Brian Churilla (The Anchor). Its for their all ages line and not in "continuity."

Marvel seems to be doing a lot regarding the Infinity Gems (Avengers #8) and such. Even playing a role in Super Hero Squad cartoon.

Me likey cosmic! :)

Btw, I love your upload image mod. Very smooth and easy to use!

Read more... )
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Long time lurker and commenter, first time poster.. fingers crossed that I did this right..

As another post said, picking one perfect moment from an Atomic Robo comic is insanely difficult given how many there are. Given that Robo was taken already, and someone already recently posted the scan I would have used for Jenkins I give you, Dr. Dinosaur, a character only marginally easier to pick them out from due to the fact he's only shown up twice, plus a second moment I included just for how funny I found it.

Both pages are from Volume 4, issue 3 of Atomic Robo

Behold )

As a final bit of icing on the proverbial cake of our inevitable destruction I give you..Dr. Dinosaur's Twitter account!
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The other day, somebody posted a solicit for Brian Clevinger's upcoming Marvel miniseries, and described him as the "Nuklear Age guy." I thought that was kind of odd at the time. By rights, and by now, he really should be the "Atomic Robo guy."

Robo is one of the most consistently entertaining comics being published at the moment. I'm actually quite surprised more of it hasn't been posted here, as it would seem to be right up SD's alley: continuity-light, focused on humor, colorful and expressive art.

To prevent delays, Robo is published as short limited series rather than as a single ongoing. The first one, Atomic Robo and the Fightin' Scientists of Tesladyne, was a series of vignettes that mostly served to establish the character; the second, Dogs of War, was almost entirely set during World War II; and the third, Atomic Robo and the Shadow from Beyond Time, was a Lovecraftian story guest-starring Lovecraft himself, Charles Fort, and Carl Sagan. Volume Four, Atomic Robo and the Revenge of the Vampire Dimension, just wrapped up last month. All have been collected in trade paperback, and are apparently available in the iPhone store.

Atomic Robo is a sentient robot built by Nikola Tesla in the early twentieth century, and regards himself as Tesla's son. In the modern day, he's the CEO of Tesladyne, which is headquartered in New York and which is the first port of call for anyone dealing with serious weirdness. At the beginning of Revenge, they're also hiring.

four pages from issue #1 of 'Revenge of the Vampire Dimension' )

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