🤖 💥 DC: Mech Discussion Thread (Spoilers; #1 Debuts on 7/26) 💥 🤖

You’re obviously a fan of super heroes, but are you also a fan of one of life’s other great, grand and glorious entertainment gifts, i.e. GIANT ROBOTS?

Justice gets an upgrade with this series that begins next Tuesday, July 26th, and before you can say “Its not a Gundam!”, DC: Mech will be on our doorstep, delivering blisteringly-badass mech on mech action in the dynamic DC direction!

Are you going to suit up and pilot your way into DC: Mech? Fire up your Gundam and/or Evangelion (the Big O, maybe?) and sound off below, pilot! :robot:

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Covers for #1:

A cover, by Baldemar Rivas.

B cover, by Dan Mora.

C cover, by Team Baldemar Rivas.
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D cover (1:25), by Ricardo Lopez.

E cover (1:100), by Karl Kerschl.

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DC: Mech #1 is powered-up and on store shelves now!

Have you read the issue? Was it mighty mech on mech action as you like it?

Power-up, Megazord-style, and sound off below!

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I just read it yesterday and thought it was entertaining. Love the idea of mixing robot sci-fi with DC, and wasn’t disappointed with the first issue. Enjoyed the dynamic art. Issue does a nice job of setting up the stage for what is likely a very action oriented story, as evidenced by how kinetic this first issue is. Honestly, I just look forward to something that is hopefully just fun. Not every comic has to be a dark deconstruction of what it means to be [insert hero name here]. This a welcome change from all the bleak stuff DC has been putting out recently (cough Batman cough).

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Preach mon frere, preach!

Remember, kids: Comics are supposed to be fun.

Sure, the serious stuff has its place and rightfully so.

However, there’s nothing wrong with a series that’s just FUN, either.

Glad you enjoyed the mag, @moro! :superman_hv_4:

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