Brandon Easton keeps the Grant Morrison-like weirdness going in this issue, as Aiden fights Eel who is…well, a giant robotic eel, Among other things, it can shoot a laser from its mouth. We don’t know where Eel comes from, or why it’s attacking a local dam, but that doesn’t matter. All that matters is we get to see Aiden fight it using his newest power, which is the ability to activate his micro-mees. Those are a bunch of tiny robotic duplicates of himself.

Aiden manages to save the day, and coupled with his actions in the first two issues, the local news is calling him a hero, and that’s where he gets the name Roboy. But Bolt Mighty, the superhero from issue #1, is now raging with jealousy as the public has turned against him in favor of Roboy. But what is going to do about it?

Balls-to-the-wall action, with nice-looking art (from Sendol Arts), if you’re looking for a quick, fun read, Roboy is it. Chacebook rating: FOUR STARS


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