The action continues… or does it, as Robo shifts to the more
quiet side of life! No more sci-fi catastrophes! This is now a quiet series
about the charming antics and sitcom misunderstandings that happen at a
boarding school for future action scientists. Also, Robo’s hiding a secret AI
son in the basement… No way that could cause any trouble.
Beloved online merchandiser and storefront for top internet creators Don’t Forget To Be Awesome (DFTBA) has added a diverse array of award-winning and nominated comic creators to its roster.The newest additions include Ngozi Ukazu (Check, Please!), Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh (Johnny Wander, Lucky Penny), Tess Stone (Not Drunk Enough, Buzz), Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener (Atomic Robo, Real Science Adventures).
Fans of the creators will be able to purchase various merchandise including books, stickers, shirts, totes, and more directly!
Ngozi Ukazu’s Check, Please! is an internet phenomenon, having several top performing crowdfunding campaigns for her self-published editions of the series, which is also published by First Second, and was the first graphic novel to ever be nominated for a YALSA Morris Award.
Yuko Ota and Ananth Hirsh have run their comics on JohnnyWander.com for the past 10 years, initially focusing on autobio comics, collected in the Ignatz award winning omnibus Our Cats Are More Famous Than Us, they’ve also put out fiction works including the critically acclaimed Lucky Penny, and currently focus on the Reuben Award winning Barbarous.
Tess Stone’s Not Drunk Enough is the Harvey Award Nominated horror comedy series that is currently wrapping up its second volume of content. He has also collaborated with Ananth Hirsh on the shonen spelling bee graphic novel BUZZ!
Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener started working on Eisner-Nominated Atomic Robo and Real Science Adventures over 10 years ago. Going from print to online, a familiar home for Clevinger who previously was known for 8-Bit Theater, they now have over a dozen self-published volumes of work with more to come.
Atomic Robo opened Tesladyne Institute’s doors to the next
generation of Action Scientists. Everything was going pretty smoothly until
Lang discovered Robo’s secret robot son who is kinda (sorta) a new iteration of
the old automatic intelligence that tried to cook the Earth in nuclear fire
some years back. No way things are falling apart, right?
Atomic Robo just opened Tesladyne Institute’s doors to the next
generation of Action Scientists. Meanwhile, an old comrade has an urgent
message about the Vampire Dimension: it’s bad. Bernie might be speaking with
the real Queen of Hollow Earth, instead of a hallucination? Jury’s still out on
that one. Oh, and y’know the subplot about Robo’s secret robot son? Well… it’s
fine. Everything’s fine.
Atomic Robo Presents Real Science Adventures: The Nicodemus Job
Brian Clevinger (w) • Meredith McClaren (a
Constantinople is the setting for the crime of
the century. The 11th century, that is! On the eve of the First Crusade, the
fate of the world rests in the hands of a disgraced soldier, an assassin, an
orphan, a scribe, and a thief who have no idea they’re pawns in a clash of
civilizations. Heretical texts, ancient star maps, sacred geometries, and one
Atomic Robo has opened Tesladyne Institute to
the next generation of Action Scientists. Vik and Lang make an unscheduled
appearance. Bernie’s trapped in an extinct lava tube and probably losing his
mind. Foley tries to keep the place from burning down. Fun Fact: Robo’s
building a secret robot son using the AI from Hashima Island that almost
killed, uh, Earth. Twice. It’s fine!
Robo just opened Tesladyne Institute’s doors to the next generation of Action
Scientists and that means hijinks are afoot! But with
Vik, Lang, and Bernie off-campus, it’s up to Robo and Foley to make sure the
place doesn’t burn down. Also, Robo’s building a secret robot son using the
automatic intelligence that tried to cook the Earth in nuclear flames a few
years back. I bet that won’t backfire on him!
sci-fi catastrophes for Atomic Robo. This is now a quiet series about the
charming antics and sitcom misunderstandings that happen at a boarding school
for future Action Scientists. Also, Robo’s hiding a secret AI son in the
It would be a dang shame if all that planning and heisting was for nothing and our heroes ended up captured. Or worse! Gosh, I hope that doesn’t happen. But, hey, this is the final issue and this isn’t an ongoing series and these guys don’t have a movie deal or an ’80s cartoon franchise to back them up, so anything goes!
Our heroes snuck a cart, a donkey, and five thieves into the Imperial Library of Constantinople. And, what’s more, they’ve almost got everything they came to steal. There’s just one problem: how do they get out again without also getting caught by the small army of scholars inside and the much larger army of, well, the Imperial Army patrolling outside? It’ll be the biggest heist of the 11th century… if they can pull it off.