Book Review: Atomic Robo: Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire

Atomic Robo: Atomic Robo and the Ring of FireAtomic Robo: Atomic Robo and the Ring of Fire by Brian Clevinger

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The former scientists of Tesladyne are on the run in Mexico, while Project Ultra is using all the super science resources they can they lay their hands on to fight the Biomega, deadly kaiju. At Earth's darkest hour, the Tesladyne scientists discover was thrown back in time and has been lying dormant for more than a century. They come to find Robo, re-assemble him, and hopefully, they save the world.

This is a blockbuster of a book that let's rip and offers bigger, more ridiculous, and more over the top science concepts. It's an Atomic robot vs. kaiju. It moves at a breakneck pace and is amazing fun. It ends with a nice reset to set the stage for this new era of Webcomic rRbo published by IDW.

If I had any complaint, it was that there were too many of these Tesladyne scientist characters running about and most are interchangeable. However, as this becomes a big running about doing science adventure, I can definitely overlook it.

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