Bam! Pow! Awesome!: Robolepers

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Bam! Pow! Awesome!: Robolepers

Giant red space stations and commentary on the dynamics of alien biology. Also, prepare to have your imagination strained to its very limits.

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commasplice

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Am I the only one who immediately thought of a parasect when bug dude was mentioned? Yeah, probably.
 

AvsJoe

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After working at a comic book store for 4 months, I realized that there are plenty of "awesome" comics out there but very very few with any decent of a story. Just because stuff goes boom real nice doesn't mean it's a good comic. Boobs on the other hand...

...also don't mean the comic's any good.
 

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oliveira8 said:
It's scientifically proven that if you paint stuff red...it will go faster!
Boss 'ere's right. I paintted me truck red dis mornin' and it is da fastest in da whole Waaagh!
 

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Barbalute said:
Bam! Pow! Awesome!: Robolepers

Giant red space stations and commentary on the dynamics of alien biology. Also, prepare to have your imagination strained to its very limits.

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Although I criticized your previous reviews, I definitely liked this one because you went completely over the top. Away with the conventional thinking and making your own style, job well done!
 

Woem

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AvsJoe said:
After working at a comic book store for 4 months, I realized that there are plenty of "awesome" comics out there but very very few with any decent of a story. Just because stuff goes boom real nice doesn't mean it's a good comic. Boobs on the other hand...

...also don't mean the comic's any good.
Awesome is...
Captain America as a Native American in Marvel's 1602 series.
 

AvsJoe

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Woem said:
Awesome is...
Captain America as a Native American in Marvel's 1602 series.
I've never really cared for country-themed superheroes. Captain America, Captain Canuck, the other Canadian guy, the other American guy, the British guy... patriotism is all well and good but I'd rather read a comic about someone else.

1602 does sound like a good idea though.
 

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AvsJoe said:
Woem said:
Awesome is...
Captain America as a Native American in Marvel's 1602 series.
I've never really cared for country-themed superheroes. Captain America, Captain Canuck, the other Canadian guy, the other American guy, the British guy... patriotism is all well and good but I'd rather read a comic about someone else.

1602 does sound like a good idea though.
I share that sentiment, I don't really like Captain America, or the Red Guardian or Captain Britain. I think the 1602 series was the only one where I was pleasantly surprised by his appearance. And the idea of a Native American Captain America was just brilliant.

If you want to explore the series then I can recommend you the original 1602 series and the 1602: Fantastick Four follow-up. There's also a 1602: New World that focuses on Spider-Man and Hulk but it was too brainlessly action-packed for me, and that comes from a Hulk fan.
 

AvsJoe

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Woem said:
AvsJoe said:
Woem said:
Awesome is...
Captain America as a Native American in Marvel's 1602 series.
I've never really cared for country-themed superheroes. Captain America, Captain Canuck, the other Canadian guy, the other American guy, the British guy... patriotism is all well and good but I'd rather read a comic about someone else.

1602 does sound like a good idea though.
I share that sentiment, I don't really like Captain America, or the Red Guardian or Captain Britain. I think the 1602 series was the only one where I was pleasantly surprised by his appearance. And the idea of a Native American Captain America was just brilliant.

If you want to explore the series then I can recommend you the original 1602 series and the 1602: Fantastick Four follow-up. There's also a 1602: New World that focuses on Spider-Man and Hulk but it was too brainlessly action-packed for me, and that comes from a Hulk fan.
Thanks for the recommendations but I have no money right now and, at the end of the day, I'm not even a big fan of comics or graphic novels. I know enough about them to competently run a comic book store on weekends but I don't really care about them. I'm more of a movie guy (which only furthers my dislike of comics since there are very few good movie adaptations of them. I know it's not the comic's fault but they suffer for it nonetheless).