METAL MEN (1963) #28 - Descriptive Bibliography

Plot Synopsis: Metal Men #28
Platinum destroying her fellow Metal Men? Well, not quite. "You Can't Trust A Robot," drawn by Ross Andru and Mike Esposito, pits Doc Magnus' wondrous metal heroes against evil robot duplicates. It all starts when the leader of the Leopard Mask gang decides the Metal Men have foiled one too many of his bank robbery jobs. Sneaking back to Doc Magnus' lab while the robots shop the town, the gang leader finds Magnus explaining to his lovely assistant why he's built duplicates of each of the Metal Men for Defense Department testing.

Seizing his chance, the Leopard Mask leader first tries to threaten Doc Magnus to help him activate and control the duplicates and then just decides to do it himself after pistol-whipping the good doctor. When the Metal Men return and try to stop him, the gangster sends his evil robots to take the heroes by surprise. Soon it's a chase all over town as the evil Metal Men wreak havoc on banks, armored cars and payrolls. With a now-amnesiac Doc Magnus in tow, the Metal Men set out after their dopplegangers; hoping to salvage their reputations and ensure the safety of Skyscraper City.

GCD Data

Title: You Can't Trust a Robot

Featuring: Metal Men

Credits: Bob Kanigher (Script), Ross Andru (Pencils), Mike Esposito (Inks), ? (Colors), ? (Letters).

Comic Creator Database

Publisher: DC ComicsTitle: METAL MEN (1963)
IssueFairGoodVery GoodFineVery FineNear Mint
28 (8.50) 16.00 32.00 (59.00) (101.00) (167.00)

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