Mech cadet Yu
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Mech cadet Yu by Greg Pak

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Published by Boom! Studios in Los Angeles .
Written in English


  • Imaginary wars and battles,
  • Human-alien encounters,
  • Mecha (Vehicles),
  • Military cadets,
  • Comic books, strips

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About the Edition

A young boy gets the opportunity of a lifetime when he bonds with a giant sentient robot and joins the ranks of the illustrious Sky Corps Academy to protect the world from alien threats.

Edition Notes

YA Childrens Plus, Inc.

StatementGreg Pak, Takeshi Miyazawa, Triona Farrell
ContributionsMiyazawa, Takeshi
The Physical Object
Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26975030M
ISBN 101684152534
ISBN 109781684152537

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Mech Cadet Yu is a comic series by Greg Pak. It was first published as a one-shot in the comics anthology Shattered, then adapted into a full series by Boom! Studios. Years ago, Boy Scout Skip Tanaka was out hiking in the dessert when a Humongous Mecha descended from outer space and formed an. Mech Cadet Yu ends (I believe) with a all or nothing battle against their alien invaders. The cadets are center stage and they get time with their Robos to defend the planet. There is a ton of posturing and the book is cliched but I liked it/5. Greg Pak is a comic book writer and filmmaker best known for comic books such as "Planet Hulk," "Action Comics," and "Mech Cadet Yu." He wrote the "Code Monkey Save World" graphic novel and "The Princess Who Saved Herself" children's book, based on the songs of Jonathan Coulton. MECH CADET YU #6 hits comic shops this Wednesday! The book’s written by yours truly with art by Takeshi Miyazawa, colors by Triona Farrell, and letters by Simon Bowland and continues the story of a group of young cadets and their giant robots taking on the alien monsters known as the Sharg.

Mech Cadet Yu. Tweet. Publisher: Boom! Studios Release: Aug - Sep Issues: 12 Collected Volumes: 2 Critic Reviews: 93 User Reviews: Avg. Critic Rating. Avg. User Rating. Once a year, giant robots from outer space come to Earth and bond with young cadets from the elite Sky Corps Academy to defend the world from the /10(93).   Although Mech Cadet Yu is a comic book, Yuen is fascinated that Dolly’s dialogue isn’t broken English, but fluently bilingual. Dolly is also working class, “a rarer portrayal” of East Author: Eric Francisco. Once a year, giant robots from outer space come to Earth and bond with young cadets from the elite Sky Corps Academy to defend the world from the terrifying aliens known as the Sharg. Stanford Yu. A scrappy underdog who has a knack for fixing things and believing the best of people. The type of friend who will always have your back. Firmly believes his mech is the coolest. Mech’s Name: Thunderwrecker. Sanchez. Cool and collected under pressure. Happy to face any challenge head-on. NETFLIX STRIKES FIRST-LOOK DEAL.

  Mech Cadet Yu #1 is a fantastic first issue. Stanford Yu is the classic underdog character that gets to do something extraordinary and just because the basic plot of the first issue is very "by the books" Greg Pak introduces some elements that will have you coming back for more (you are going to have to read the issue to find out)/10(16).   Mech Cadet Yu (Vol. 1) Greg Pak (writer), Takeshi Miyazawa (artist), Triona Farrell (colorist), & Simon Bowland (letterer) BOOM! Janu Mech Cadet Yu is an homage to any manga where big robots fight bigger danger, a heartening story about friendship and coming of age, and a glowing look into writer Greg Pak’s inspirations and origins as a : Zora Gilbert.   From bestselling author Greg Pak (The Hulk, Superman) and fan favorite artist Takeshi Miyazawa (Runaways, Ms. Marvel), Mech Cadet Yu is a heartfelt underdog story set in a bright and bold sci fi world, uncovering the true makings of heroism and friendship in the face of overwhelming : BOOM! Studios.   When Mech Cadet Yu launched last year from writer Greg Pak and artist Takeshi Miyazawa, the duo spoke about their previous collaborations -- like creating Amadeus Cho -- and their childhood love of giant robot stories. In the span of just a few issues, the book showed itself to be a complex and thoughtful look at family, friendship, loyalty and honor, balanceing drama and humor in a Author: Alex Dueben.