Indie Adorbz: RUST
Indie Adorbz features WNI contributor Benjamin Bailey and his four-year-old son, Milo, reviewing all-ages comic books. Milo’s reaction is left unaltered and unedited.
Rust: Visitor in the Field is the kind of book that feels familiar, in a good way. It feels like the books you read in school, the tales of simpler times when people had simple beliefs. It’s about a farm and the young man that struggles to keep it afloat.
It also happens to feature giant robots and jetpacks.
The story takes place in a world very much like our own, in a time after a great war. It could be the United States in the 1920s. Only, in the world of Rust, wars were won by armies of robots, killing machines that turned the tides of battle. It’s like a fable, a twist on a story we all know. Read more