On February 24th, P.A.C.O. and Donut goes love on Comixology. The all-ages series by creator Benjamin Roman tells the story of an escaped criminal who is shackled to a damaged transport robot whose programming has flipped. Roman has previously worked with writer Steve Niles on The Cryptics from Image and with Keith Giffen on I Luv Halloween for Tokyopop.
We have some preview pages and a synopsis for the new series.
After crash landing on a alien planet, Donut an escaped criminal finds himself shackled to a transport robot known as P.A.C.O. (Prisoner. Assist. Courier. Operator). The impact of the landing has corrupted P.A.C.O.'s internal memory. The robot's original correctional officer programming is damaged and replaced with a prisoner profile from its database. Led by Warden Zozo the manhunt for P.A.C.O. and Donut span across an alien planet. Unable to unlock the tether that binds them the duo have no choice but to work together to find a way off before they are taken into custody.
26 pages. 5 issues . All ages
Comixology URL link:http://bit.ly/24eGd0S (this link will work starting Wednesday)
Web address: http://www.benjaminroman.com/