Atomic Robo: Nuts and Bolts :: The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific #1
It’s about time that Atomic Robo got his own slice of programming on Nerdy Show! After all, Robo scribe Brian Clevinger is a founding member of this tip-top podcasting operation. Volume Seven of Robo is coming out and the future is now! Remain calm! Trust in science!!!
Join Atomic Robo co-creators Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener along with Nerdy Show’s Cap as they discuss what went into making the first issue of Atomic Robo Volume 7: The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific. You can jump in to any volume of Robo, so if you haven’t don’t be afraid to start now. We’ve even started this by asking how the series got its start. Herein you’ll find out all about the meticulous detail that Brian and Scott put into this volume and gain historical and plot insights you won’t find anywhere else!
- Just Your Average Nonchalant Muzak :: The D&D Music Crew
- Field Work (London Mix) :: Ryuichi Sakamoto & Thomas Dolby
- Scott’s diagrams of the jetpacks and airship
- The “Davy Crockett”
- Davy Crockett test film
- Night Witches
- The WASPs
- Censored Jonny Quest
- The “Field Work” music video
Atomic Robo Stuff!:
- Pick up The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific digitally!
- Buy other Atomic Robo volumes digitally!
- Buy Atomic Robo volumes!
- Buy Atomic Robo: Real Science Adventures digitally!
- The Atomic Robo RPG
- The Atomic Robo skate deck
- Read free Robo comics!
Links to the real life She-Devils:
- Lindsay Small aka Val aka “Femkins”
- Veronica Fish aka “the dainty one”
- Yuko Ota aka Hazel
- Liz Robbins aka “the curvy short haired one” also here
- Bridgit Scheide aka “the shark’s mouth scarf girl”
- Sara Richard aka “the fancy blond”
- Lauren Pettapiece aka Lauren “Gadget” McLauren
Our previous Atomic Robo interviews with Brian: