Mike Allred, Laura Allred, and Nate Piekos Launch X-Ray Robot at Dark Horse in March

Cartoonist Mike Allred, colorist Laura Allred, and letterer Nate Piekos are launching a new series at Dark Horse Comics this March that you know is gonna be great, not just because of the creative team, but also because "The Great One" Brian Bendis says so right on the cover. X-Ray Robot will be a part of Allred's Madmaniverse, featuring a man accompanying his 277-year-old future robot himself on an interdimensional road trip to save the universe.

Check out the press release for more info below. The first of four issues will hit stores on March 25th.

MILWAUKIE, Ore. (December 9, 2019) — From visionary cartoonist, Michael Allred (Madman, iZombie), colorist Laura Allred (Madman, Catwoman), and letterer Nate Piekos (Stranger Things, The Mask) comes the out-of-this-world road trip X-Ray Robot!

Max is a family man seeking a more interesting life. While conducting a new experiment at work the fabric of his reality is torn before his eyes, and a robotic figure appears claiming to be his 277-year-old self. The robot is able to "X-Ray" multiple dimensions and battles a nihilistic entity from another dimension who wants to take all life to its "Pre-Big Bang" status. Max and the robot embark on an interdimensional road trip through past and future to take down the "Nihilist" and save the universe!

"X-RAY ROBOT expands on my "Madmaniverse". Some of the threads are more obvious than others, but most of my creator-owned work ties together. It shouldn't surprise anyone to have someone familiar show up from my other "Madmaniverse" books like It Girl, The Atomics, Spaceman, Mr. Gum, or Red Rocket 7." –Michael Allred

Each issue of X-Ray Robot contains bonus 3D pin-ups! X-Ray Robot #1 (of four) goes on sale March 25, 2020, and is available for pre-order at your local comic shop.

Mike Allred Launches X-Ray Robot at Dark Horse in March

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