Tuesday, April 19, 2005


TEENAGE ROBOT COMIC DEBUTS! In this month's Nickelodeon magazine, the first two-page comic has finally debuted. (There was a single-panel gag in it last month.) And just to wet your whistle, there is a SIX-PAGE comic in the works.  Posted by Hello

18 comments:

crashfourit said...

Cool! I hope it gets its own dedicated commic book!

Anonymous said...

Now ya got me wanting to run to the store! Awesome!!!

~Kayla A. (aka Chevette)

Z-Lady said...

Freakin' awesome! Now I really wish for a monthly comic book series of Teenage Robot (I'd love to be hired!)

Kevin said...

Sweet! I love it so far!I can't wait to read more of it in the Nickelodeon Magazine issue!

Dragonrider said...

YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAYYYYY!!!

CandyRobot said...

*LOL*

This is funny! :D

I wanna see the whole thing!

I hope my hubby buys it for me! <3

SteveLambe said...

Nice! Love the rustic comic book look. Whos the artist on this?

SteveLambe said...

Nevermind...just saw the text on the side :P

Jessie Winkler said...

I think he got this info from me, I got this issue yesterday and posted about it.
The comic is in the May 2005 issue and the single panel gag is in the April 2005. (Just want to make sure you get the right issue!)
Thank you for putting up a screenshot! Can you put up the other page?

Jessie Winkler said...

Do any of these names ring a bell? (in small text near the staples)
Story: Scott Peterson (Is that you, XJWriter?)
Pencils and inks: Alex Kirwan (that has to ring a bell!)
Colors: Leticia Lacy
Letters: Comicraft (A company you work with?)
My Life as a Teenage Robot created by Rob Renzetti (if anyone doen't know this guy, I'll die!)

The Great One said...

Marvelous, Simply MARVELous!



Say, do you folks plan a comic book of your own someday? I see that you already have the talent, the stories and the artwork.

If so, put me down for a charter subscription.

Hmmm, have to get a copy of that magazine!

Glen Bosiwang said...

I think it's a great idea to attract more people to know about the adventures of this cute Blue Girl! However, I just wonder if there's a time to produce a TR graphic novel consisted of 35-to-60 pages, just like Miyazaki's Nausicaa of the Valley of the Wind! I'm sure comic readers like me will be very, very delighted!

-Glen!

Glen Bosiwang said...

Oh yeah! I have just taken a really, REALLY careful look at this comic page: surprise, surprise! I've found something that proves to be mildly disturbing and shocking! See the word that begins with a letter f on the last panel? (No, not the radical one! Something that is rarely mentioned even on cartoon shows!) By the time I read that, my face suddenly turns white, wondering if the artist realizes of that!

- Glen!

tochigami said...

I will buy two volumes!
For preservation and for appreciation. :-)

CDB said...

LOL!! Look out X-men, X-J9 has her very frist comic strip.

Rynan said...
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Rynan said...

And I won't buy one, cus Nickelodeon leaves bruises.

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