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A very 'scientificist' name in ATVZrobots, metal eggs and hatching 'roblets'- very creative! also, awesome drawings - great job Neel!
Love the idea of a "solar charging robot". Great imagination! Wonderful colors. Looking forward to see what happen to the roblets in a sequel written by this talented writer.
Absolutely brilliant. Amazing creativity.
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