Atomic Robo comic series from Tesladyne LLC, plus the 2014 Atomic Robo RPG from Evil Hat Productions. In 1923 Nikola Tesla unveils a robot with automatic intelligence: Atomic Robo! Granted full American citizenship in 1938 after a secret military operation, Robo founds Tesladyne, a two-fisted think tank that explores the fringes of scientific inquiry. After decades of high-octane, full-contact hypothesis testing at the edge of human knowledge, Robo and the Action Scientists of Tesladyne are the go-to defense force against the unexplained.
Created in 2007 by Brian Clevinger and Scott Wegener, Atomic Robo has been online since 2015 at atomic-robo.com. There the creators post Robo's century-spanning adventures, supported by a Tesladyne Patreon campaign and eight successful Kickstarters. There's giant monsters, rogue agencies, underground cities, trans-dimensional vampires, one particularly annoying dinosaur, and lots of explosions. (Lots of explosions.) Atomic Robo reads like the Ghostbusters, Indiana Jones, Buckaroo Banzai, and Rocketeer movies crammed into a robot who wears pants. Jump in anywhere -- each graphic album is a self-contained story, so you can read them in any order.
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The total retail value of the titles in this offer is US$138. Customers who pay just US$12.95 get all seven titles in our Starter Collection (retail value $70) as DRM-free .PDF ebooks, including Evil Hat's complete standalone 322-page Atomic Robo RPG rulebook based on Fate Core (previously presented in the November 2015 Bundle of Fate 3), three Tesladyne graphic albums (Atomic Robo and Other Strangeness , The Ghost of Station X, and The Shadow From Beyond Time), and Action Science resources like the Tesladyne Field Manual and FM-Ultra Field Manual -- and behold the pulpy fruit of a vastly superior reptilian intelligence in Dr. Dinosaur's Time Travel Guide!
Those who pay more than the threshold (average) price, which is set at $24.95 to start, also get our entire Bonus Collection with seven more titles worth an additional $68, including the Atomic Robo RPG supplement Majestic 12; four more Atomic Robo graphic albums (The Ring of Fire, The Savage Sword of Dr. Dinosaur, The Spectre of Tomorrow, and The Temple of Od); and two collections of the Robo companion comic Real Science Adventures: Flying She-Devils of the Pacific and The Nicodemus Job.I've had a quick look at the comic and the game system, and both look pretty good. The comic looks to be a lot of fun, and the game makes heavy use of illustrations and examples from the comic for a very enjoyable setting. It uses the FATE rules which means you need a few special dice, but they're basically 6-siders with faces marked with +, - , or blank, and it's easy to use ordinary D6 instead. Recommended!
Later - I should probably say that there are no adventures - lots of material on running them, and a few outlines, but no actual adventures. Thanks to original_aj for asking!
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