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ROBOTIC STOOGES #1 (Apr 2021) American Mythology

cover:  Eric Shanower
ROBOTIC STOOGES #1
Date:  Apr 2021
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Publisher: American Mythology

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    ROBOTIC STOOGES #1 (Apr 2021)
    American Mythology
    ROBOTIC STOOGES:American Mythology has announced an April launch for Robotic Stooges.

    Here's how the book is described:

    "If you remember Saturday morning cartoons, you remember the Robonic Stooges, which originally aired as its own series in 1977 -78. The series featured Moe, Larry, and Curly as robonically-altered bumbling superheroes who operated from their very own junk yard headquarters under the direction of Agent 000 (pronounced Oh-Oh-Oh), who ran the Super Hero Employment Agency! The series was developed by Norman Maurer, Moe Howard's son-in-law and the creative force behind The Three Stooges comics of the 60s and 70s. The standalone series ran for 16 episodes, and American Mythology Comics decided, well, that just wasn¡¯t enough robo-stoogeness!"

    The book will launch with "The Imbecile Gauntlet," by Three Stooges¡¯ long-time scribe, S.A. Check. The story pits The Robonic Stooges against the inter-galactic threat known as Oreganose.

    The second story for the issue, "Fright at the Museum," was written by Jordan Gershowitz, with art by Jorge Pachecho and Philip Murphy.

    Cover for the issue is by Eric Shanower and Pacheco.



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