I don't really read a lot of comics on my iPad because I tend to enjoy the real thing in my hand; hell, I write for a comic book shop - I'm a proponent of paper. However, when ComiXology threw four volumes of Brian Clevinger's Atomic Robo up for $3.99 each, I couldn't resist - I may only have a license to read those comics, but that's cheap as heck.
I've read Clevinger since his stint on 8-Bit Theatre, a webcomic about Final Fantasy and the associated tropes. Since graduating, he's produced one of the best month-to-month comics with Robo, and I can't recommend it enough.
And that carries over with She Devils; it's a great issue with a fair amount of action, characterization, SCIENCE! and awesome art. I'm a big fan of the cartoony, yet realistic style - it reminds me a lot of Invincible; the colors are gorgeous, the lineart is clean, and there's just a lot of personality in each page.
I guess that's what I like most about this: the personality. I've been reading a lot of comics lately that seem to lack a specific voice, or the courage to take some chances in tone. Robo seems to have none of these problems, and that's what makes it consistently good, month after month.
If you haven't read this book before, pick up this issue and see what you think. The adventures are relatively self-contained, like volumes of BRPD, so you won't be in too deep without an idea of what you're doing.
Atomic Robo: The Flying She-Devils of the Pacific #1
Red 5 Comics
The Verdict: Five jetpacks out of five for a solid, entertaining tale that gives you a surprising amount for $3.50. Pick this up as soon as you can, and support indie comics.