Family Comic Friday: Debian Perl, Digital Detective (Review)
Sep 6, 2019 by     Comments Off    Posted In: Reviews

Review by Tony Dillard

Learning is great when it can be fun! And that’s what young readers who love computers and comics books will have in this week’s edition of Family Comic Friday. Journey to the future in a caper that combines robots, computer coding and a thrilling mystery in Debian Perl, Digital Detective: The Memory Thief!

 Family Comic Friday: Debian Perl, Digital Detective (Review)

Debian Perl, Digital Detective: The Memory Thief
Written by Melanie Hilario and Lauren Davis
Art by Katie Longua
Published by Lion Forge
Pages: 208
Retail: $12.99

Debian Perl in a technomancer. That means that she has an uncanny ability to speak to computers of all shapes and sizes. Especially very old models. In the very distant future biology and technology have merged, making the need for most large programmable robots an unnecessary if not forgotten skill. So when Debian and the social media superstar, Digits, come across a rampaging robot, the duo uncover a mystery of epic proportions: who stole Ray-Bot the Robot’s memory?

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