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It Girl & the Atomics Vol. 2: Round Two: The World is Flat

It Girl! & The Atomics is a fun, wacky book with a hipster vibe. This issue sees It Girl getting a new solo mission to prove herself as a super-hero. Does this issue entertain or is it a straight up bummer? Major Spoilers takes a look!

It Girl! & The Atomics #7
Writer: Jamie S. Rich
Artist: Mike Norton
Letterer: Crank!
Colorist: Allen Passalaqua
Editor: Jamie S. Rich, Eric Stephenson
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99

Previously in It Girl! & The Atomics: It Girl has been bored with nothing to do as a super-hero. After defeating her new super-villain in the form of her sister, It Girl is ready to take on some missions. We join the mission currently in progress…

This issue begins It Girl’s mission to rescue Professor Osamu from the Von Harbou Lodge. After being captured, she meets up with the Professor only to fight his captor. Soon the rest of the family is alerted to her escape and things don’t look like they will end well for our hero.

Mike Norton’s style reminds me of animation in the same way that Atomic Robo’s art does. There is movement and a flow that makes the images come to life. Everything from facial expressions to backgrounds are drawn stunningly and fit right in with the It Girl universe. The entire coloring is gorgeous as well, helping the drawings pop and come to life even more. It all has the feel of a cartoon and I would love to see one drawn in this style. A lot of effort and love went into this book, and it shows.

“The World Is Flat” is the title of this arc and, unfortunately, flat is how it feels. Although there are some good ideas to be found in the issue, it seems too straightforward for an It Girl comic. Maybe I expect something too strange but compared to the first story this one seems lacking. The artwork is wonderful, adding personality to the book and character. Hopefully things will pick up for It Girl! & The Atomics because I love the character as well as her title. It Girl! & The Atomics #7 gets 2.5 out of 5 stars

The Atomics is a fictional superhero team first appearing in The Atomics #1 and created by Mike Allred . Its members include Madman , It Girl, Mr. Gum, Zap Man, Lava Lass, The Slug, Adam Balm, Black Crystal, and The Lazer. Their headquarters are located in Snap City .

Twelve monthly-dated issues were published in 2000, and in 2001, two issues in the first half and one in the second. The March 2000 issue had a French edition, and a hardcover "limited" edition appeared in 2002.

Since the cancellation of The Atomics , the team has appeared as supporting characters in Madman and Madman Atomic Comics ; December 2007 saw a trade paperback entitled Madman and the Atomics .

Former enemies, now allies, are the Mutant Street Beatniks who were originally just ordinary beatniks. When Mott first arrived he was being chased by Zenelle, a female alien from a species infamous throughout the galaxy for devouring their mates after the wedding night. Zenelle left behind a trail of spores as she tracked Mott through the city, exposure to which caused the beatniks to mutate into disgusting, warty versions of themselves. Zenelle fell in love with one of these mutants and carried him away, much to the relief of Mott.

It Girl! & The Atomics is a fun, wacky book with a hipster vibe. This issue sees It Girl getting a new solo mission to prove herself as a super-hero. Does this issue entertain or is it a straight up bummer? Major Spoilers takes a look!

It Girl! & The Atomics #7
Writer: Jamie S. Rich
Artist: Mike Norton
Letterer: Crank!
Colorist: Allen Passalaqua
Editor: Jamie S. Rich, Eric Stephenson
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99

Previously in It Girl! & The Atomics: It Girl has been bored with nothing to do as a super-hero. After defeating her new super-villain in the form of her sister, It Girl is ready to take on some missions. We join the mission currently in progress…

This issue begins It Girl’s mission to rescue Professor Osamu from the Von Harbou Lodge. After being captured, she meets up with the Professor only to fight his captor. Soon the rest of the family is alerted to her escape and things don’t look like they will end well for our hero.

Mike Norton’s style reminds me of animation in the same way that Atomic Robo’s art does. There is movement and a flow that makes the images come to life. Everything from facial expressions to backgrounds are drawn stunningly and fit right in with the It Girl universe. The entire coloring is gorgeous as well, helping the drawings pop and come to life even more. It all has the feel of a cartoon and I would love to see one drawn in this style. A lot of effort and love went into this book, and it shows.

“The World Is Flat” is the title of this arc and, unfortunately, flat is how it feels. Although there are some good ideas to be found in the issue, it seems too straightforward for an It Girl comic. Maybe I expect something too strange but compared to the first story this one seems lacking. The artwork is wonderful, adding personality to the book and character. Hopefully things will pick up for It Girl! & The Atomics because I love the character as well as her title. It Girl! & The Atomics #7 gets 2.5 out of 5 stars

It Girl! & The Atomics is a fun, wacky book with a hipster vibe. This issue sees It Girl getting a new solo mission to prove herself as a super-hero. Does this issue entertain or is it a straight up bummer? Major Spoilers takes a look!

It Girl! & The Atomics #7
Writer: Jamie S. Rich
Artist: Mike Norton
Letterer: Crank!
Colorist: Allen Passalaqua
Editor: Jamie S. Rich, Eric Stephenson
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99

Previously in It Girl! & The Atomics: It Girl has been bored with nothing to do as a super-hero. After defeating her new super-villain in the form of her sister, It Girl is ready to take on some missions. We join the mission currently in progress…

This issue begins It Girl’s mission to rescue Professor Osamu from the Von Harbou Lodge. After being captured, she meets up with the Professor only to fight his captor. Soon the rest of the family is alerted to her escape and things don’t look like they will end well for our hero.

Mike Norton’s style reminds me of animation in the same way that Atomic Robo’s art does. There is movement and a flow that makes the images come to life. Everything from facial expressions to backgrounds are drawn stunningly and fit right in with the It Girl universe. The entire coloring is gorgeous as well, helping the drawings pop and come to life even more. It all has the feel of a cartoon and I would love to see one drawn in this style. A lot of effort and love went into this book, and it shows.

“The World Is Flat” is the title of this arc and, unfortunately, flat is how it feels. Although there are some good ideas to be found in the issue, it seems too straightforward for an It Girl comic. Maybe I expect something too strange but compared to the first story this one seems lacking. The artwork is wonderful, adding personality to the book and character. Hopefully things will pick up for It Girl! & The Atomics because I love the character as well as her title. It Girl! & The Atomics #7 gets 2.5 out of 5 stars

The Atomics is a fictional superhero team first appearing in The Atomics #1 and created by Mike Allred . Its members include Madman , It Girl, Mr. Gum, Zap Man, Lava Lass, The Slug, Adam Balm, Black Crystal, and The Lazer. Their headquarters are located in Snap City .

Twelve monthly-dated issues were published in 2000, and in 2001, two issues in the first half and one in the second. The March 2000 issue had a French edition, and a hardcover "limited" edition appeared in 2002.

Since the cancellation of The Atomics , the team has appeared as supporting characters in Madman and Madman Atomic Comics ; December 2007 saw a trade paperback entitled Madman and the Atomics .

Former enemies, now allies, are the Mutant Street Beatniks who were originally just ordinary beatniks. When Mott first arrived he was being chased by Zenelle, a female alien from a species infamous throughout the galaxy for devouring their mates after the wedding night. Zenelle left behind a trail of spores as she tracked Mott through the city, exposure to which caused the beatniks to mutate into disgusting, warty versions of themselves. Zenelle fell in love with one of these mutants and carried him away, much to the relief of Mott.

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It Girl! & The Atomics is a fun, wacky book with a hipster vibe. This issue sees It Girl getting a new solo mission to prove herself as a super-hero. Does this issue entertain or is it a straight up bummer? Major Spoilers takes a look!

It Girl! & The Atomics #7
Writer: Jamie S. Rich
Artist: Mike Norton
Letterer: Crank!
Colorist: Allen Passalaqua
Editor: Jamie S. Rich, Eric Stephenson
Publisher: Image Comics
Cover Price: $2.99

Previously in It Girl! & The Atomics: It Girl has been bored with nothing to do as a super-hero. After defeating her new super-villain in the form of her sister, It Girl is ready to take on some missions. We join the mission currently in progress…

This issue begins It Girl’s mission to rescue Professor Osamu from the Von Harbou Lodge. After being captured, she meets up with the Professor only to fight his captor. Soon the rest of the family is alerted to her escape and things don’t look like they will end well for our hero.

Mike Norton’s style reminds me of animation in the same way that Atomic Robo’s art does. There is movement and a flow that makes the images come to life. Everything from facial expressions to backgrounds are drawn stunningly and fit right in with the It Girl universe. The entire coloring is gorgeous as well, helping the drawings pop and come to life even more. It all has the feel of a cartoon and I would love to see one drawn in this style. A lot of effort and love went into this book, and it shows.

“The World Is Flat” is the title of this arc and, unfortunately, flat is how it feels. Although there are some good ideas to be found in the issue, it seems too straightforward for an It Girl comic. Maybe I expect something too strange but compared to the first story this one seems lacking. The artwork is wonderful, adding personality to the book and character. Hopefully things will pick up for It Girl! & The Atomics because I love the character as well as her title. It Girl! & The Atomics #7 gets 2.5 out of 5 stars

The Atomics is a fictional superhero team first appearing in The Atomics #1 and created by Mike Allred . Its members include Madman , It Girl, Mr. Gum, Zap Man, Lava Lass, The Slug, Adam Balm, Black Crystal, and The Lazer. Their headquarters are located in Snap City .

Twelve monthly-dated issues were published in 2000, and in 2001, two issues in the first half and one in the second. The March 2000 issue had a French edition, and a hardcover "limited" edition appeared in 2002.

Since the cancellation of The Atomics , the team has appeared as supporting characters in Madman and Madman Atomic Comics ; December 2007 saw a trade paperback entitled Madman and the Atomics .

Former enemies, now allies, are the Mutant Street Beatniks who were originally just ordinary beatniks. When Mott first arrived he was being chased by Zenelle, a female alien from a species infamous throughout the galaxy for devouring their mates after the wedding night. Zenelle left behind a trail of spores as she tracked Mott through the city, exposure to which caused the beatniks to mutate into disgusting, warty versions of themselves. Zenelle fell in love with one of these mutants and carried him away, much to the relief of Mott.

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