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Atomic Robo 1: Atomic Robo and the Fightin' Scientists of Tesladyne (英語) ペーパーバック – 2008/6/11


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  • ペーパーバック: 180ページ
  • 出版社: Red 5 Comics (2008/6/11)
  • 言語: 英語
  • ISBN-10: 0980930200
  • ISBN-13: 978-0980930207
  • 発売日: 2008/6/11
  • 商品パッケージの寸法: 16.8 x 1.3 x 25.4 cm
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5つ星のうち 5.0 Like Hellboy, but with more fun (and less mythos) 2012/10/9
投稿者 Ian T. Spaulding - (Amazon.com)
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Reading through Atomic Robo, I'm reminded of Mike Mignolia's Hellboy, which is not all too surprising since artist Scott Wegener explicitly mentions Mignolia as inspiration) - but really, it's in all the good ways. The art style is not overly complex with many thick, sharp lines (although not as minimalist as Mignolia, and much more blue tones rather than red ones). Both comics feature a wise-cracking, nigh-invulnerable, long-lived super heroes supported by a team of action-scientist-types (in Robo their title IS Action Scientist, dispensing all pretense), investigating weird phenomena, and backed by some organization with tangential ties to the US government.

And yet, they are very different, too. Hellboy is tormented about his past and grim about his job, whereas Robo is surprisingly sentimental about his past (yet in never a way that is intrusive or angsty), and seems to genuinely enjoy the wacky adventures he goes on. Hellboy fights obscure mythical creatures whereas Robo fights a grab bag of made-up stuff, but in return we get to hear the team bicker about how these things are defying conventional physics ("Imaginary physics," says one, "...it'll revolutionize science. Just wait until we figure out what to look for and how to find it.") Clearly, this is a series that is not afraid to step back and have fun with itself.

So we have a series that is fun, action-packed, and thoughtful to boot. Great read.
5つ星のうち 5.0 He's an atomic robot who does science with sass 2013/3/20
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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It has been compared to Mike Mignola's Hell Boy and the artist who created Atomic Robo is Okay with that, but I think Atomic Robo is way funnier. Its bright and cheery and makes you smile.
Fresh, double fresh plus good.

In the story you will find robo
Killing/ (thats sort of like capturing a evil scientist on the eve of World War II

Fighting Giant Ants, who may or may not posses lazer beam eyes because hell why not, with help from his team of fighting scientists from Tesladyne

A pyramid in Eqypt that shoots solar death beams, fortunately on the team was someone whose Doctoral thesis was on solar deathbeam design. Best response
"Judging by how these things usually go, I think its safer to assume mummies until proven otherwise"
"That's good advice in anyline of work'.

Learn why Robo arranged rocks on Mars to spell "Stephen Hawkings is a Bastard"

Fights a brain in a jar

and we meet the most action of the action scientists of Tesladyne who is introduced as sole survivor of a mission into the vampire dimension but we come to know as Jenkins.

the first volume kicks 7 different kind of ass.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Unpretentious pulp fiction mashup of the highest order. 2013/9/16
投稿者 Amazon Customer - (Amazon.com)
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Take all of your science fiction for the last 100 years or so, put it in a blender, set to 'frappe' and then garnish with snappy dialogue and good visual storytelling. The title character is an atomic powered robot built by Nicola Tesla in the 1920's, and is supported by a team of 'Action Scientists'. Atomic Robo spends his time hopping the globe battling everything from an evil Nazi super-scientist-brain-in-a-jar to giant ants to steampunk pyramids equipped with solar death-rays. There is a pretty obvious Hellboy influence to a lot of the stories, but it's lighter on the lore, and helps itself to a little bit of everything the sci-fi trope salad bar has had to offer for the last 100 years or so. It's a light, fun, and accessible series that's fun in it's own right, but also makes for a good gateway comic series as well. My one minor complaint is that since the series samples so broadly from science fiction, you'll have to spend a lot of time explaining references and story elements to those that aren't genre savy.
5つ星のうち 5.0 "I promise that your problem will be solved... with violent science." 2011/12/15
投稿者 H. Bala - (Amazon.com)
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Whimsy and unmitigated robot violence will always sway me, and if you add clever writing into the mix, then I'm so damn swayed even champion limbo dancers are all become awe-struck. Writer Brian Clevinger and artist Scott Wegener haven't created the cure for the common cold. No, even better, they created Atomic Robo, a sentient robot who wears pants and investigates (re: smashes) all things paranormal and supervillainy and vile. He's a bit like Hellboy, a bit like Tom Strong. ATOMIC ROBO Vol. 1: ATOMIC ROBO & THE FIGHTIN' SCIENTISTS OF TESLADYNE collects the first mini-series.

Created by Nikola Tesla in 192-, Robo is more than 80 years old and looks somewhat like Iron Giant. Robo initially balked at working for the U.S. government, but then he was promised full American Citizenship and the legal standing of a human being, and so, somewhen in the late 1930s, off he went to tangle for the first time with his great arch-nemesis, the mad Nazi scientist Baron Heinrich Von Helsingard. Robo would eventually establish Tesladyne, a think tank of two-fisted scientists tasked with poking into all things odd and scientificky. In this first volume, we're made privy to his wild globetrotting exploits, current and past. And, no, Brian Clevinger isn't shy about inserting them flashback episodes. They do help to fill in the blanks concerning Robo's long, long history of applying violent science in service of world peace. Still, there is a bit of a disjointed feel. These stories jump about quite a bit in continuity. But that's Clevinger's bliss: world-building in the format of short story arcs.

Whimsy, whimsy, and the occasional robotic mayhem and a great sense of pulp adventure. Crack open these pages if you find intrigue in clockwork mummies, giant ants, and ambulatory (and death ray-equipped) pyramids that begin stalking the Egyptian landscape. In this reality, Thomas Edison is a heinous villain and Robo has a running feud with a prankish Stephen Hawking. In this world, Carl Sagan has somehow coaxed Robo into a two year solo mission to Mars. Clevinger rapidly makes Atomic Robo into an endearing character and I can't help but think it's partly due to his consistently coming up with fantastic lines such as: "Automobiles have been the best melee weapons to use against giant monsters sine the 50's. It's a science fact." Yes, Brian Clevinger, this is a science fact. For I have looked it up and found that it is so.
5つ星のうち 5.0 Science-fiction adventure at its breezy best! 2012/8/6
投稿者 C. Michael Hall - (Amazon.com)
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Though it would be easy to describe Atomic Robo as a science fiction interpretation of the basic concept underlying Mike Mignola's Hellboy (there are definitely some surface similarities), to do so without further examining Atomic Robo is to do a grave disservice to the charm and energy of Clevinger's creation.

Atomic Robo is a journey through a world inspired by the entire breadth of science fiction, with special emphasis on its pulp heyday (Nazi robots) and the Atomic Age excesses of the 1950s (giant ants). Clevinger somehow combines these disparate period influences into a cohesive whole, a narrative which unfolds over the course of decades, revealed to the reader piece-by-piece in non-linear fashion. The story is briskly paced, exploding with one huge action set-piece after another, but Clevinger never forgets that his characters are people...even the titular Robo. The dialogue is light and breezy, with plenty of laugh-out-loud moments, but it isn't without depth, as Robo (created in the 1920s by Nikola Tesla) occasionally wrestles with the implications of his mechanical immortality.

A rollicking adventure yarn with heart and brought to life by clean, energetic artwork, Atomic Robo is probably the best sci-fi/adventure comic in publication today.
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