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Rust Attack! (Robot City Adventures #2)

3.42  ·  Rating Details ·  12 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
The city that never rusts . . . is rusting! The well-loved robotic dance troupe, the Automettes, has been struck down by rust, and who else would they call on but Robot City Confidential Investigations — the city’s premier private detective agency? Detectives Rod and Mike smell a rat. Can they track down the villain and find a cure before rust panic spreads? This thrillpac ...more
Paperback, 48 pages
Published November 10th 2009 by Templar (first published 2009)
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Nicola Mansfield
Feb 15, 2011 Nicola Mansfield rated it really liked it
A completely unrelated story to volume one. We are introduced to the city's best confidential detective agency which includes former police officers Mike, human, Rod, robot and secretary, Elaine, human, who seems to work more in the field than behind a desk. One day a sexy female robot walks in, one of the automettes, a dancer at Robot City Music Hall, and shows she has rust, in fact all the robot automettes have been infected. This is serious business. Nothing is more frightening to the robots ...more
Christopher Obert
Sep 29, 2011 Christopher Obert rated it liked it
Shelves: read-2011
Rust Attack is a graphic novel documenting the Robert City Adventures. It features Mike and Rod “Robert City’s Supersluths.” It has a simple story line and drawings that match, but they worked well in telling the tale. I found it to be a fun read and the illustrations were great, staying true to the theme of the story.
Fun comic for kids featuring a human and a robot private detective team. In this episode, they have to track down a potentially deadly (to robots) rust epidemic before the city falls into panic and chaos!
Nov 23, 2009 Snow rated it liked it
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comic book fun for middle grade readers.
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Apr 01, 2011 Meredith added it
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Very appropriate for our Sam Spade focus this month.
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Paul Collicut originally intended to be a comic-book artist, inspired by Marvel comics, but fell in love with painting and became an illustrator. His picture book THIS TRAIN won a Parents Choice Gold Award. He lives in Hove, near Brighton, in England.
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