The Gigantic Robot


14 Responses to “The Gigantic Robot”

  1. jasonrobot says:

    Simple yet so beautiful. Though, I wonder how long until these 16pictures and 16sentences are optioned for a feature film ala ‘Where The Wild Things Are’ and ‘Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs’..?

  2. Mick_23 says:


  3. jaytkay says:

    This brings to mind a painting I can’t Google.

    A Miro, maybe? Arp? The title is “Colossus of ” something I can’t remember. Cebu? Ceylon?

  4. DeadWriter says:

    Is is a good book to give to a child as a gift?

    It looks different and a lot more fun than many of the other sentence books out there.

  5. Anonymous says:

    More inspiration via Ed Valigursky?

  6. RedMonkey says:

    This robot bears a striking resemblance to fruit fucker prime.

    Also the original fruit fucker 2000:

  7. flipcloud says:

    Definitely a Gorey influence here.

  8. Mark Frauenfelder says:

    Yes, I saw Gorey, too. Nicely inspired!

  9. Anonymous says:

    I clicked through to Amazon to buy this and lo and behold, in the “customers who bought this also bought” there was:
    “You Shall Die By Your Own Evil Creation!” by Fletcher Hanks from july 2009,

    Great news! Now I know what to give at least 3 people for christmas. It is a companion volume to “I shall destroy all the civilized planets!” BB’ed previously here

    Thank you Amazon customers and recommendation software devs!

  10. maxoid says:

    also resembles Chris Ware’s oft-appearing, early-”Acme Novelty” robot, as well as the numerous models Rocket Sam built as companions in more recent issues.

    and in a way, reminds me of home

  11. arkizzle / Moderator says:

    Lovely! I bought Gauld’s Three Very Small Comics pt2 for my girlfriend. It’s beautifully illustrated, he does great work.

  12. Gloria says:

    I saw Gorey too! I didn’t see the Fruit Fucker right away, but I also saw shades of the Iron Giant. Good mix.

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