Reviews - What do customers think about Anita Bomba: As Far As I Can Remember (Anita Bomba)?
Not quite a bomb Sep 13, 2007
It's a fair adventure story, in a wandering kind of way. Anita's a safe-cracker. She uses explosives not only in her professional role as "acquisitions specialist," but also for solving problems in her social life. As expected, the survivors don't take kindly to this, so she's off.
Off with a deranged robot, whose multiple personalities might betray her location, shoot the posters off the walls, or do just about anything else that wayward electrons can get into. Off, one step ahead of a quasi-cop with his Willard-like robot rats. Off on a quest guided by a bogus treasure map.
The artwork is good, with less skin showing than in many Heavy Metal productions. The subdued palette, jagged lines, and grunge look just don't come together for me, though. More books follow this one in the series - I might pick them up if I find a good price; I might not.