Denver Comic Con
June 30 - July 2, 2017
Brilliant! Oh this will be good! And Shawn…. This “surprise” …..come on….I have been reading comics since 1976-78, and this was an obvious thing to happen. Do not take me wrong, I love it!
Yeah, I suppose it’s pretty obvious.
At page 23, I though it more likely than not that he was going to be inside it.
Let me put it this way: the only reason it was easy to guess that Max is in the robot at this point is because it’s too *awesome* to not happen. Mind you, I have to wonder what’s going to happen when the general wants to send the robot on a suicide mission…
In retrospect, I think it was pretty obvious. It was just hard for me to gauge how obvious, since I was so close to it. I just don’t want things to be too predictable. But I’m glad you think it’s awesome!
I would think at this point he could pitch it to the Army as a powered suit instead of an autonomous robot?
Yeah, if he were a business-savvy adult, that would be a great idea. But as a teenager who idolizes a Nazi-fighting superhero, monetary gain may not be his first thought.
Good point sir.
Hey! Just found your series and read through it. Good stuff. The style reminds me a lot of Scott Wegener’s of Atomic Robo.
Can’t wait to see the Nazi Übermenschen.
Our webcomics have some common territory… http://www.heroes-inc.net
See you next Monday. 😉
Welcome, Crusader, and thank you!
Al and I both dig Atomic Robo, and you flatter us with that comparison. I hadn’t seen your comic before, but I’ll definitely be catching up with it in the next day or two.
I’ve added the comic to my feed reader and to my delicious bookmarks. 😀
Welcome, CyberSkull! We’re glad to have you here!
Does this remind anyone of “Big Guy and rusty”? a cartoon where a giant “robot” would save the day with no one but a select few who knew that he was more of suit.
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