Robots!

Dead or alive, you are coming with me. Seriously, this 30 cm Robocop Sixth-Scale Figure is pretty damn sweet. Featuring more than 30 points of articulation and diecast materials “for greater realism,” Robocop comes with his gun (and leg holster), swappable hands along with battle-damaged helmets and chest plates, and will even speak six phrases from the film. If you’re willing to go a little further you can get him complete with his mechanical chair for $425 or stick with Robocop alone for $300.

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Robinson’s Brewery’s latest seasonal beer Hoptimus Prime “transforms as each individual ingredient combines to satisfy all of your hoppy needs.” Hopefully it’s less bitter than the Michael Bay films.

[via Topless Robot]

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Helping to justify teh ‘monkey’s distrust in robots, check out some of these murderous automation posters by artist Tom Kyzivat.

[via Neatorama]

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California native Mike Senna spent two years building a functional Wall-E robot to scale. Very, very cool.

Wall-E comes to life

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The BBC has finally released a trailer for the first-half of Series Seven of Doctor Who hitting airwaves later this month. The new season will be broken in half with the Christmas special (introducing Jenna-Louise Coleman as The Doctor’s new companion) in the middle. From the trailer it looks like we’ll be seeing robots, dinosaurs, lots of Amy (Karen Gillan) and Rory (Arthur Darvill), Weeping Angels, and the return of Alex Kingston as River Song.

DOCTOR WHO New Season Fall 2012 Trailer Series 7

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A Void for Machinery

by Cap'n Carrot on August 1, 2012

in Games

If you like robots, puzzle games and have some free time this morning you might want to try out A Void for Machinery. In the game your little robot is searching through a desolate, hostile, and coolly designed landscape. See if you can help him find what he seeks.

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Set in the near future, Robot and Frank stars Frank Langella as a grumpy old man whose children (James MarsdenLiv Tyler) purchase a robot servant to look after him. However, the retired jewel thief finds another use for the robot and sets out on a new crime spree. Susan SarandonPeter Sarsgaard, and Jeremy Strong also star. The unconventional heist film from writer Christopher D. Ford and director Jake Schreier is set to open in limited release in select cities on August 24th.

Robot and Frank Official Trailer #1 (2012)

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Robostruction

by Cap'n Carrot on June 19, 2012

in Games

Who’s never dreamed about building a robot army to take over the world? Now you can with Robostruction!

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Wallpaper Wednesday

by Cap'n Carrot on February 15, 2012

in Miscellany

This week: Robots!

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Pusher

by Cap'n Carrot on August 3, 2011

in Games,Robots!

Pusher is a fun little timewaster which may as well be called “Kill All Robots.” Given teh ‘monkey’s love/hate relationship with our eventually robotic overlords this one should be right up his alley. Simply move your little pal around the screen and push the blocks into the robots, thus clearing each level of their mechanical malevolence.

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