Evil Robo Presents: #1

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Evil Robo Presents is the newest project from Evil Robo Productions.  The first issue features two new ongoing series.  The first of which is “BANG!” (story and art by Santino Castaneda),  “BANG!” is a grindhouse influenced work (in line with movies like Machete and Kill Bill) that is about a young man named Richard Bang. Richard is on a revenge fueled venture after being framed for the murder of his father.  The second story “Trapped in Decay” (written by Kyle Stephens, art by Santino Castaneda and Eric Schock)  is a new take on the zombie apocalypse.  The story follows Sam Winston who was just a regular guy who had a normal life… until the outbreak hit.  His whole world changed when he was bit by one of the undead.  Now he struggles to survive while trying to hold onto his life, and his humanity.  The issue also features art from Evil Robo’s new artist, Mariah Wall and guest art by Phi Tran.

So let me tell you about of Trapped In Decay since the story really sparked my interest. Yes it is a zombie story, but before you say “another end of the world zombie story?” stop it! It is not, it has a nice twist, nice story, you can really visualize what is going on and it is only a preview of something bigger. I don’t want to spoil the story for you but let me just say it is a different take on the whole zombie-pocalypse genre. What about BANG!?  IT HAS FREAKING SWORDS!!!! Thats good enough for me! Plus it is full of dark humor and roofies…huh? I recommend you stay tuned because this is just the beginning since the Evil Robo crew is just getting started.

Besides, why not give the chance to young upcoming artists?  Here at Comic Book Therapy , we do.

If you want more info please visit www.evilrobo.com for more.



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