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Preview: Robots vs Princesses #4

Robots vs Princesses #4

writer: Todd Matthy
artist: Nicolas Chapuis
covers: Nicolas Chapuis (A)
Nicolas Chapuis (RI-Virg)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | All Ages

This is it. Can Zara and her friends rally to save the Harmonian Capitol or will Tyrannis burn it down? Zara vs. Tyrannis. One shall stand, one shall fall, and the worlds of Harmonia and Chromia will never be the same.

Robots vs Princess #4

Preview: Robots vs Princesses #3

Robots vs Princesses #3

writer: Todd Matthy
artist: Nicolas Chapuis
covers: Nicolas Chapuis (A)
Nicolas Chapuis (RI-Virg)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | All Ages

Hunted. Cornered. Things are looking grim for the Princesses and Wheeler. Will an unexpected revelation change their luck or seal their doom? Strap yourself in, the comic event of the year reaches a turning point that’s not to be missed.

Preview: Robots vs Princesses #2

Robots vs Princesses #2

writer: Todd Matthy
artist: Nicolas Chapuis
covers: Nicolas Chapuis (A)
Nicolas Chapuis (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | Teen+

It’s the Mid-Summer Recital. It’s the day when a Princess dazzles the kingdom with her song. It’s the perfect day for a robot invasion! The first shots are fired. The battle has begun. Can Zara and Wheeler survive?

Preview: Robots vs Princesses #1

Robots vs Princesses #1

writer: Todd Matthy
artist: Nicolas Chapuis
covers: Nicolas Chapuis (A)
Nicolas Chapuis (RI-Virgin)
FC | 32 pages | $3.99 | All Ages

The comic event of the year has arrived! When plucky Princess Zara stumbles upon the Decimator defector Wheeler, she sets in motion events that will pit the spritely cleverness of fairy tale princesses against the raw power of giant robots! The dream match you never thought you’d see begins here. Don’t miss it!

Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

Wednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

Each week our contributors choose what they can’t wait to read this week or just sounds interesting. In other words, this is what we’re looking forward to and think you should be taking a look at!

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Adventures of the Super Sons #1 (DC Comics) – Superboy and Robin are back in this new series and we have new villains that feel so appropriate. The last volume was fantastic and the interaction of these two make this series so much fun to read.

Arab of the Future Graphic Memoir Vol. 3 (MacMillan) – The third volume of Riad Sattouf’s graphic memoir of his childhood in the Middle East. The third volume covers 1985-1987 and his mother’s want to move to France leaving his father torn between family and traditions.

Captain America #2 (Marvel) – The first issue was fantastic for this brand new volume written by Ta-Nehisi Coates with art by Leinel Francis Yu. We’re psyched to see where this all goes from there.

Cosmic Ghost Rider #2 (Marvel) – It’s a cosmic road trip to see if there’s such a thing as predetermined destiny.

Dark Ark #9 (AfterShock Comics) – This new take on the Bible tale of Noah has been amazing with every issue. A fantastic infusion of horror.

DC Super Hero Girls: Out of the Bottle (DC Comics) – The latest graphic novel in the kids comic series focuses on mental health and making your own comics!

Death of the Inhumans #2 (Marvel) – The first issue surprised us as to how good it was. We’re excited to read more of this series which we… well not sure what we expected. This is far more than a mini-series, this feels like a major event that will have a big impact going forward.

Infinity Wars #1 (Marvel) – The Prime issue was good and we’re excited to see where the cosmic end of the Marvel Universe is heading.

Leviathan #1 (Image Comics) – John Layman and Nick Pittara’s new series about some dingbats who summon a giant monster from hell.

Mister Miracle #10 (DC Comics) – This series has been amazing and the tension only seems to be getting greater with each issue. This is comic of the year material.

Project Superpowers #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – Can superheroes still save the day? Written by Rob Williams with art by Sergio Davila, the series seems to explore if the heroes of the past have relevance in the modern world.

The Raid #1 (Titan Comics) – Based on the cult film, we’re excited to see how it translates on the printed page.

Robots vs. Princesses #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – The title says it all with this one.

The Seeds #1 (Dark Horse/Berger Books) – A four issue mini-series from Berger Books from Ann Nocenti and David Aja follows a journalist who stumbles upon the story of a lifetime which if it’s revealed will destroy the last hope of a dying world.

WWE Attitude Era 2018 Special #1 (BOOM! Studios) – Head back to what many consider one the best eras for wrestling.

It’s Robots vs Princesses in a New All-Ages Series from Dynamite

Dynamite Entertainment has announced the greatest crossover you didn’t see coming, Robots Vs Princesses #1! Heading up this grand mash-up of fantasy and sci-fi is the creative team of writer Todd Matthy and artist Nicolas Chapuis. An all-ages story for the whole family that combines the fairy tale world of princesses and dragons with the action-packed science fiction epic of giant robots. But the princesses are no damsels in distress here, as it’s up to Zara and her robot friend Wheeler to save the Kingdom.

The comic event of the year has arrived! When plucky Princess Zara stumbles upon the Decimator defector Wheeler, she sets in motion events that will pit the spritely cleverness of fairy tale princesses against the raw power of giant robots! The dream match you never thought you’d see begins here. Don’t miss it!

After a successful Kickstarter campaign, Dynamite is now bringing the series to comic shops everywhere. And Robots Vs Princesses already has some big-name support behind it.

Robots Vs Princesses #1 has a cover by Nicolas Chapuis and will ship in August of 2018.

New York Comic Con 2017: It’s Robots vs. Princesses in 2018

Following an incredibly successful Kickstarter campaign, comic book writer Todd Matthy, along with artist Nicolas Chapuis will bring fans the unique and enchanting four-issue children’s fantasy tale, Robots vs. Princesses, courtesy of Dynamite Entertainment! This story about courage, friendship, and acceptance will appeal to readers of all ages when the first issue hits stands in April 2018!

Robots vs. Princesses, the fun, action-packed, pop-culture mash up of fairy tale princesses and giant robot anime follows the beautiful Princess Zara as she sets off on her quest to find a dragon. But along the way, she instead crosses paths with a robot named Wheeler. The two join forces, and along with Zara’s friends, the pair must repel an impending robot invasion. Robots vs. Princesses is an all ages sci-fi/fantasy mash up that aspires to be the greatest animated movie never made!