Review: Atomic and the Temple of Od #5

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Some wanton destruction kicks off this final issue of this excellent mini series. Although the destruction may not be a good thing, as it may destroy the earth! There’s a fair amount of time and space issues going on here, and I really like the fight scene with Atomic Robo – the art makes an excellent mix with the rest of the comic! Robo’s comments make perfect sense to me!
*Stop being weird!*
The ending is interesting, with enough of the loose ends closed off, as well as some left hanging for a potential future adventure for Robo. I liked the dynamics between the characters and I would happily read a story about the bandits.

 


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