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‘Atomic Robo: Violent Science’ iOS Game Coming In March [Video]
Atomic Robo has been to Japan, the Amazon, and even Mars, but now he's venturing into some previously unexplored territory: the world of iOS video games. This March Atomic Robo: Violent Science, based on the AR comic series by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener, is an action-platformer that will be available on the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch...
Explaining The Silent, Four-Second ‘Atomic Robo: Last Stop’ Animated Clip [Video]
If you were paying attention, you might recall a Kickstarter last year that raised money for Last Stop, an Atomic Robo animated short film. To call it successful is a bit of an understatement -- it racked up over $72,000 after setting an initial goal of just $12,000, which led the animators at the Fictory to scrap what they'd already done and start over, taking advantage of their new, higher budg
ComicsAlliance's 11 Best Comics of 2011, #11 - 9
As 2011 draws to close, ComicsAlliance has assembled its annual list of the best comics and graphic novels of the year, with the help and input of our editors, writers, and readers. Like any list, it is naturally subjective, but we've packed it chock full of eleven comics that have awed us, excited us, and entertained us over the last 12 months and books that we're passionate about recommending...
‘Atomic Robo’ Creator Brian Clevinger on Writing ‘Fallout: Nuka Break’ Web Series
This week, the fan-made web series Fallout: Nuka Break debuted on YouTube, and trust me on this one: It's awesome. Set in the post-apocalyptic Atomic Age world of Bethesda Softworks' Fallout video games, Nuka Break follows the adventures of three survivors in the California wastelands as they eke out a living, get shot at with alarming regularity and search for a tasty (and hopefully not irradiat
Whimsy vs. Grim and Gritty: Knight and Squire #6 / Iceman & Angel One-Shot
Since the earliest days of superhero comics there's been a tug of war between the forces of whimsical adventure and those of grim 'n gritty realism. Now, don't be alarmed, the question of which is the one right and true way to tell a capes and tights story wasn't resolved once and for all this week, so we can all thankfully keep arguing about it...
The Infinity Gauntlet: Now For Kids!
Let's say, hypothetically, you awake one morning to find yourself tied to a chair with a burlap sack placed over your head and the distinct sensation of tranquilizers wearing off throughout your bloodstream. The aforementioned sack is removed and you're surprised to find yourself in a plainly decorated meeting room inside the headquarters of Marvel Comics...

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