Atomic Robo is the comic book that everyone should be reading. The book stars an atomic powered robot that was built in 1923 by Nikola Tesla, and has dedicated itself to saving lives, grand adventures, and SCIENCE! With a description like that how can you not read this book?
This is the sixth volume of Atomic Robo, and while jumping into the sixth volume of anything can be scary, each volume of Atomic Robo is self-contained. Making each story accessible and enjoyable to all. After reading The Ghost of Station X, I can guarantee you are going to rush to your local comic book store to buy the other volumes.
To get you interested in this series, we have a preview of Atomic Robo: The Ghost of Station X #1. Here’s the scoop on the book directly from our friends at Red 5 Comics.
There are two kinds of people. Those who love Atomic Robo and those who haven’t read it yet. What’s that? You don’t want to start on the sixth volume? Well, GOOD NEWS! Every volume is stand alone. BOOM. You can start with this one and know what’s going on from page one. KA-BOOM. Then go back and read the other volumes in any order. THWACKA-BOOM. Oh, a plot? Okay, fine. Astronauts are stranded in a deteriorating orbit, and it’s up to Atomic Robo to save them in a race against the laws of physics!
Look for Atomic Robo: The Ghosts of Station X #1 to hit store shelves on September 7, and check out the preview after the jump.