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Atomic Robo And The Temple Of Od #1

IDW: August 24, 2016   Writer: Brian Clevinger   Art: Scott Wegener   Cover: Scott Wegener  

Cover Price: $3.99   UPC: 82771401128900111   Diamond ID: JUN160396   GCIN: 957606

The year is 1938 and a viral weapon is being developed that will rival even Tesla's lightning weapon designs! Cue Atomic Robo, Jack Tarot, secret government agencies, moon men, magical arctic circle elves, jetlagged aliens, elderly rights activists, youngling laborers, and the manifestation of human hope to help save the day! Atomic Robo blows things up in a blast-from-the-past adventure! Part of IDW's five-week Creator Visions event! Five creator-driven books, launched in five straight weeks!

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