Concept Art

  • Jane Wiedlin is the spunky spritely guitarist of the legendary all-girl band The Go-Go’s, who stars in her own brand-new comic book series, JANE WIEDLIN’S LADY ROBOTIKA.  Due to a strange sequence of events, Jane is transformed from just another garden-variety rockstar into the galaxy-traveling cyborg-superhero LADY ROBOTIKA.
Lady Robotika and related characters © and TM 2010. All Rights Reserved.

Jane Wiedlin is the spunky spritely guitarist of the legendary all-girl band The Go-Go's

  • E’DEATH, the sadistic prison warden on Herron IV, is not actually Herronian at all, but from a planet of succubi. Ruling her prison with an iron fist, her vocation is way more than a job, it’s her LIFE. She delights in the vicious and inhumane treatment of her wards, and has taken a special interest in Jane. Will Jane survive her treatment at the hands of E’death and her minions? Read LADY ROBOTIKA to find out!
Lady Robotika and related characters © and TM 2010. All Rights   Reserved.

E'DEATH, the sadistic prison warden on Herron IV

  • The IRON MAIDENS are E’death’s lethal squadron of prison guards. Their shoulder spikes denote rank, and their uniform includes metal full-head masks, which only serve to make these Amazons even more terrifying to the prisoners they so harshly guard, interrogate, and torture.
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The IRON MAIDENS are E'death's lethal squadron of prison guards.

  • EMPEROR YECCHH is the Supreme Ruler of planet Herron IV, which is the destination of Jane’s first trip into outer space. His adoration of Earth pop culture is sometimes funny, sometimes bizarre, but ALWAYS obsessive.  He looks rather harmless, but is dangerously unpredictable.  You might say he is an alien Kim Jong-il.
Lady Robotika and related characters © and TM 2010. All Rights Reserved.

E'DEATH, the sadistic prison warden on Herron IV