For the past six months, fans of MY GREATEST ADVENTURE have followed the wild and various adventures of Robotman, Garbage Man and the alien Tanga.
In MY GREATEST ADVENTURE #5, an anthology-style miniseries, the wild and various adventures of Robotman, Garbage Man and the alien Tanga continue. In “Uncanny Valley, Part 5” by Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins, Robotman continues his search for Mr. Turing on an island comprised entirely by nano-bots. But can he find him before the island’s inhabitants notice his presence? In “Death’s Door” by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan, Garbage Man discovers new and unsettling information about his origins.
In the fourth issue of MY GREATEST ADVENTURE, an anthology-style miniseries, the wild and various adventures of Robotman, Garbage Man and the alien Tanga continue.
In “Uncanny Valley, Part 4” by Matt Kindt and Scott Kolins, Robotman’s origins are revealed as he attempts to survive a brutal attack that leaves him helpless and isolated.
If you missed the first two issues, MY GREATEST ADVENTURE is an anthology-style miniseries that follows the adventures of three different characters: Robotman, Garbage Man and the alien Tanga.
In “Uncanny Valley, Part 3,” written by Matt Kindt and illustrated by Scott Kolins, Robotman’s journey leads him to an exotic island where he’ll find his ally, Maddy. But when the two of them are attacked by a monstrous creature, will they have what it takes to survive?
Last month marked the release of MY GREATEST ADVENTURE, a six-issue anthology-style miniseries that chronicles the separate adventures of Robot Man, Garbage Man and the alien Tanga.
“Beauty and the Bat” by Aaron Lopresti and Matt Ryan, picks up in Gotham City, where Garbage Man had just made his return and was seeking out his old friend, The Reverend. But will a visit from Gotham’s protector, The Dark Knight, jeopardize Garbage Man’s journey of self-discovery?
The adventures of WEIRD WORLDS' Garbage Man and Tanga continue in MY GREATEST ADVENTURE, a new six-issue anthology-style miniseries. And this time around, they’re joined by the quirky and self-destructive Robotman.
Meet Robotman as he takes on a restaurant full of zombies. Follow Garbage Man as he makes his return to Gotham City and seeks out the only friend he has left. And watch Tanga suffer the consequences of defying King Za.
Maybe I have a little too much of what might be termed “peripheral vision.” As much as I enjoy the comics that carry the thrust of the “mainstream,” I tend to follow whatever flows off the main stem to see where they may lead. I like the periphery, the left field, the off-beat, the eccentric. Show me an edge and I’ll sail off it.
I’ve been very lucky: I’ve been able to work on a lot of comics that had a reputation for straying from the pack. That streak of luck has continued with DC Comics-The New 52.
Today, iFANBOY announced MY GREATEST ADVENTURE #1. Read the solicitation text below and check out iFANBOY to see Aaron Lopresti’s cover art.
MY GREATEST ADVENTURE #1
Written by AARON LOPRESTI, KEVIN MAGUIRE and MATT KINDT
Art by AARON LOPRESTI, KEVIN MAGUIRE, MATT RYAN and SCOTT KOLINS
Cover by AARON LOPRESTI
On sale OCTOBER 12 • 1 of 6, 40 pg, FC, $3.99 US • RATED T