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Ro-Busters Book 1

2.5  ·  Rating Details ·  4 Ratings  ·  2 Reviews
Paperback, 78 pages
Published by Titan Books LTD
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Ted Brockwood
May 07, 2014 Ted Brockwood rated it did not like it
The art style, while trying to mimic classic black-and-white comics, just gets exhausting to try to read. Especially when there are intentional ink-smears in the text and the like.

The story itself is blank and the characters are flat. Yes, I know it's about robots, but the author is clearly trying to infuse each robot which a personality, yet they are all dull, uninteresting tropes. If that's what he was going for, he succeeded. But as a whole, this comic is a hard read, and a challenge to even
I don't like robots. I got this free copy from NetGalley because my five-year-old boy wanted me to read it to him. I really appreciated the publisher providing me with a high-quality PDF (usually they're crappy Adobe Digital files) but sadly, I couldn't bring myself to get very far. I'm sure the story would've been great, but I can't stand that old-timey style of comic with tons of text and NO color. It's like reading an instruction manual. My eyes need pretty pictures. Sorry.
Richard Gombert
Richard Gombert rated it it was ok
Aug 26, 2014
Grant Howard
Grant Howard rated it it was amazing
Jan 07, 2014
Chris marked it as to-read
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