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Robot: Super Color Comic
Genre Adventure, comedy, fantasy, romance, school, science fiction
Manga
Author Various
Publisher Wani Books
English publisher United States Digital Manga Publishing, UDON
Demographic Seinen
Original run October 21, 2004 – ongoing
Volumes 10
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Robot is a series of books containing the art of various Asian artists, created by Range Murata. Volume 1 was released on October 21, 2004, and ten volumes have currently been released.

Digital Manga Publishing was originally responsible for the North American distribution, with the first volume being released August 6, 2005. However, due to talks over publishing negotiations breaking down, DMP stopped publishing Robot after Volume 3. Rights were picked up by UDON Entertainment who began distribution on December 24, 2007 with Volume 4, with the plan of releasing all subsequent releases on a quarterly basis, but has since halted after the fifth volume.

Contents

Artists Involved

Figures

Various characters from the first volume were made in to a figure collection[1]. Figures included were:

  • Groundpass Drive by Range Murata
  • ...of the Planetarium by Sho-u Tajima
  • Pez and Hot Strawberry by Hiroyuki Asada
  • Dragon Fly by Shigekimaeshima
  • Ebony and Ivory by Suzuhito Yasuda
  • Eventyr by Haccan

Reception

In Jason Thompson's appendix to Manga The Complete Guide, he describes it as "an original dôjinshi with fabulous production values".[1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.suvudu.com/2009/10/365-days-of-manga-day-21-robot.html

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