I’d be lying if I said I read a fair amount of Indy comics. Heck, I’d be lying if I said I read more than a few! Luckily, a close friend of mine is a big fan of Atomic Robo, arguably one of the best independent comics released in the last half-decade. This same friend recently lent me Atomic Robo and the Flying She-Devils of the Pacific, the seventh and most recent volume in the franchise.
For those that don’t know, Atomic Robo is a story about a nuclear-powered robot designed by Nikola Tesla in the 1920s. Given the fact that Robo is, well, a robot, he doesn’t age and the series jumps through time from the early 20th century up to the present day, detailing adventures which craft an alternate history of our Earth. I thoroughly enjoyed the first volume of Atomic Robo when I read it, but did this latest installment live up to the hype?
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