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2000 AD #93

2000AD #93 ©Rebellion A/S
Series: Ro-busters

Publisher: IPC

Published: December 30 1978 (first edition)

ISBN/print: weekly magazine

Size/binding: A4 newspaper

Cover: Massimo Belardinelli

Title: Ro-Jaws' Memoirs part 1

Artist: Mike Dorey



'Happy Days':  in a Victorian like unnamed city, a very polite Ro-Jaws learn the basics of his job, i.e. cleaning the city sewers. There, he befriends with a tramp, old Scratchey, and during a very rainy night they both crash in Sir Neville's house, the minister for the environment. When Sir Neville discovers the two intruders, he sends old Scratchey to a homeless home where they are drugged, and Ro-Jaws in the hands of Robot Interrogation Police (R.I.P.). (6 pages).


Ro-Jaws' origins are introduced in that strip without contextual references to Ro-busters. His nickname has been established by his first trainer, underlining that he could eat anything. We discover also that his vision his very raw and pixilated.

Other publishing form:

Graphic novel:

Newsstands reprints:

2000 ad monthly #83


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