Royden Lepp's Rust

Royden Lepp's Rust

Secrets of the Cell

Book - 2012
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The adventures of Jet Jones, the mysterious boy with the jet pack, continue in this follow-up to Rust: visitor in the field. After a second robot attack on the Taylor farm, Roman's younger brother Oswald becomes more and more suspicious of Jet's connection to the robots, while Jet himself tries to connect with the flesh and blood family that has harbored him. They are unaware that a new evil may be coming. Will they be ready?
Publisher: Los Angeles, Calif. : Archaia, 2012
ISBN: 9781936393589
1936393581
Branch Call Number: YA 741.5 LEP

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neonchameleon
Jul 30, 2014

Although I feel like the story might not be the most original there is something very heart warming about this comic. The art is simple but very effective. I find that alot of other comics rely on text alot to tell the story or to reveal people's feelings but Lepp really takes advantage of the visual nature of comics/graphic novels.

theorbys May 10, 2013

Continues the good work from Volume 1, good atmospheric drawing and an interesting story with interesting, and interestingly drawn, characters. It's close to steampunk, although it takes place in a sort of high tech 30s or 40s in the Canadian plains, or somewhere like rural Nebraska. The flying sequences are the best, like Iron Man in the movies.

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