NOT ALL ROBOTS, ISSUE #1

Writer: Mark Russell

Illustrator: Mike Deodato Jr.

Publisher: AWA Studios

Not All Robots, Issue #1, Cover by Rahzzah, AWA Studios, Russell/Deodato Jr.

WHAT IS IT?

Robots rule the workplace in the future, making humans obsolete and causing dissension in this satirical sci-fi miniseries debut issue.


Give Futurama a Black Mirror twist and you've nailed the tone of Not All Robots.


WHAT’S IT ABOUT?

(Minor Spoilers)

Not All Robots opens in the year 2056, where two robots and their token human debate human obsolescence. Because robots have replaced all human jobs -- except for hairdressing -- humanity serves the will of working-class robots. The future world is a wasteland, and humans were a disease. Now, privileged people live in "Bubble" cities with a robot assigned to each human household.


Tension between robot Razorball and his human family, the Walters, grinds Razorball's gears. Razorball refuses to interact with them and feels his life holds no meaning. Miserable, Razorball rese