The comic was featured in World's Worst Comics Awards of 1990.
And please, don't confuse this with Naruto.
This comic provides examples of:
- Abusive Precursors: The alien race that buried Neutro's parts in the desert did so to deliberately and have done so to every inhabited planet to give the power-hungry a tool to conquer their world. The aliens would then step in and act as the power behind the throne.
- Adventurer Archaeologist: John Dodge.
- Apocalyptic Montage: When Dodge and Banyan speculate on what happen if Neutro fell into the wrong hands, he could do things like destroy the Transatlantic cable or destroy the White House.
- Artistic License Economics: One of Group 777's plans was to steal all the world's money, which would make it worthless.
- Cut Short: The comic ends with Group 777 gaining control of Neutro. Presumably, the second issue would have followed up on this.
- Downer Ending: Neutro is taken over by Group 777.
- The Engineer: Doc Banyan.
- Giant Robot: Neutro's size is drawn inconsistently, in some shots he appears as large as buildings in a city he is destroying.
- Mad Scientist: The last act of the comic features many of them, all over the world, all attempting to steal Neutro so that they can use it for their evil plans.
- New Powers as the Plot Demands: Neutro's powers are never defined. As such, he gains powers out of nowhere.
- One-Word Title: Named after the robot that drives the plot.