You are not going to see Robo mope about his lack of emotions, or pine to be human, or throw a tantrum over daddy issues.
They're frustrating, unnecessary, and a jarring reminder that all fiction is a thinly veiled series of lies. Everything that happens will fit into the larger setting; everything that happens will happen for a reason; and nothing that happens can be "undone."
Why should we devote a month of our short lives to creating an issue if it isn't worth reading? And then why should we try to sell you an issue that isn't worth buying? We publish in an on-going mini-series format so we're free to jump straight from one adventure to the next.
So let's cut out all the dumb stuff that could get in the way of letting you enjoy that.
Brian Clevinger | Co-creator and writer
Brian is an invincible killing machine. And, yes, it is a curse.
Scott Wegener | Co-creator and artist
Scott draws comics on the rare occasions he is not out tugboat spotting.
Lee Black | Editor
Lee is probably eating a risotto right now.
Ronda Pattison | Colorist, Vols 1 - 6
Ronda is queen of the arctic wastes. She colors comic books between raiding seasons.
Nick Filardi | Colorist, Vols 7 and 8
Nick has done colors for probably everybody.
Anthony Clark | Colorist Vol 9+
Anthony is a protein-based computer system designed to discover the most advanced humor in the universe.
Jeff Powell | Letterer tormented by deadlines
Jeff is made of materials that cannot be recreated in the laboratory.
Dr. Dinosaur | Customer Support
Basically, either we give him this job or he ties us up in court for years alleging anti-saurinoid hiring practices.