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This “Comic” Is Good – Super Martian Robot Girl

Super Martian Robot Girl is a frequent segment on the popular children’s television series, Yo Gabba Gabba.

Originally designed as a live action segment, it was reworked as a short animated story with artwork by Evan Dorkin and Sarah Dyer.

A sample story has the young hero called to help a group of people on the street when a monster approaches them. Super Martian Robot Girl figures out that the monster is only trying to ask them a question (about whether they like his haircut), and saves the day by letting them know that you shouldn’t judge people solely on their appearance!

It’s a fun, cool-looking introduction to comics for kids, and we’re lucky that creators as cool as Dorkin and Dyer are behind it. Here is a neat interview with the creators at Nerds With Kids.

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Yo Gabba Gabba is horribly redubbed and mutilated here in the UK, I dunno if we even get this segment! So is this a real comic? Like, to buy and stuff?

My daughter loves Yo Gabba Gabba and when the Super Martian Robot Girl song comes on, she dances. She dances whenever any song comes on, but still…

From appearances, if this were an actual comic, I owuld buy it. Alas, except for my bootleg DVD-Rs of the ’66-’67 MARVEL SUPER-HEROES series, I haven’t watched cartoons in something like 35 years. Also, not having cable, I have no TV reception.

But other than that …

I am currently in the process of creating my own Super Martian Robot Girl costume for Halloween :) She is Awesome

I’m working on a Super Martian Robot Girl costume, too. If we show up at the same party we can trade mask tips.

Hello everyone (:

look, you might not believe me but i am the english super martain robot girl.. i did the voice over for her.
i am twelve years old and i did an audition to voice over a part in the show and i got through.

i wish i could prove it to you, i will try to x

BYE x

oh i know ! look for my name in the credits x (:

omg my god theme song rocks!!!

I’m also doing porn, so…

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