Robo #1 is available now in both Digital and Print versions.
In a future where society has broken down and reformed itself, corporations have replaced governments, robots have replaced human labor and even the human mind is commoditized. NeuChicago is home to Robo, Public Outreach and Defense Liaison of Sunburst Inc, a defense and weapons technology company based there.
Robo is armored and outfitted with the best Sunburst has to offer. Beneath the armor is Charles Centon, employee of Sunburst and optimistic champion of the good of the people. While the company views Robo’s job to be making them look good, Charles views his job as protecting the city and its people.
Robo is a story about the conflict of what’s expected of you by others and your own path in life. In a world of robotic drones, networked brain implants, technological terrorism, corporate espionage, and desperate people, Charles tries to balance his desire to be a hero for the people with his job for a company that only seeks order to do their business.
Robo #1 is 20 black and white pages, highly detailed and packed with story and action.
Robo #2 is available now in both Digital and Print versions.
Robo demonstrates the powerful soldier drones of Sunburst Technologies away from NeuChicago, but trouble is brewing back home. Set up for an ambush, a new dangerous power exposes some of the weaknesses of the systems of NeuChicago’s society and technology. Can Robo and Psiode save the city before all is lost?
This issue dives deeper into the lives and struggles of citizens who rent their brain power to corporations called Brain Giggers. The amazing technology of the future may not be all it’s cracked up to be.
Robo #2 is 24 black and white pages, highly detailed and packed with story and action.
Robo #3 is available now in both Digital and Print versions.
With the Robo armor damaged, Charles ventures out for a night on the town. But Sunburst becomes the victim of corporate espionage. The hunt to find out more leads Charles to discover something terrifying being built beneath the city.
This issue focuses on the social strata and different lifestyles in the corporate controlled world of NeuChicago. This is a world where Have and Have-not applies to basic human rights as much as property.
Robo #3 is 20 black and white pages, highly detailed and packed with story and action.