Archive for the ‘Robosexuality’ Category

Robosexuality – Part 15

2016/02/27

The woman may be artificial, but the sting of rejection is real.

That sounds less like a turnoff and more like a challenge to me. ^_^;

That sounds less like a turnoff and more like a challenge to me. ^_^;

Today’s glimpse into the robotic dating scene has been brought to you by Astro City: Beautie #1 (April 2008) by Kurt Busiek, Brent Anderson, and Alex Ross.

Robosexuality – Part 14

2015/02/28

To all sentient gynoids reading this: Have you hugged the socially awkward teen genius who created you in the image of his secret real-life crush today?

Sometimes, you just have to grin and bear it.

Sometimes, you just gotta grin and bear it. ^_^;

Today’s reluctant physical display of affection has been brought to you by My Dear Marie (ぼくのマリー/Boku no Marii) – Episode 1: The Birth of Marie (マリー誕生/Marii Tanjou) (March 6, 1996).

Robosexuality – Part 13

2014/11/08

That awkward moment when you realize your mom is interested one of your guy friends.

Personally speaking, if my mom were single and involved with Optimus Prime...I think that'd be pretty awesome, actually. ^_^;

Personally speaking, if my mom were single and involved with Optimus Prime…I think that’d be pretty awesome, actually. ^_^;

This embarrassing teenage moment has been brought to you by Transformers: Prime – Episode 18: “Metal Attraction” (July 9, 2011).

Robosexuality – Part 12

2014/02/16

Being physically affectionate presents a bit of a challenge if you’re made of metal.

Way to kill the mood, Doc Magnus.

Way to kill the mood, Doc Magnus.

Today’s romantic buzzkill has been brought to you by Metal Men #8 (June-July 1964) by Robert Kanigher, Ross Andru, and Mike Esposito.

Robosexuality – Part 11

2013/02/13

Science will have unleashed hell upon the world when they create romantically oblivious artificial intelligences capable of friendzoning each other.

And that's when Ice Man discovered that the coldest and most barren wasteland isn't in Antarctica. :(

And that’s when Ice Man discovered that the coldest, most barren wasteland on Earth isn’t Antarctica. 😦

This romantic misfire courtesy of Mega Man #22 (April 2013) by Ian Flynn, Ryan Jampole, and Gary Martin.

Robosexuality – Part 10

2012/09/10

Just because robots don’t engage in sexual reproduction, doesn’t mean that they’re completely ignorant about the process.

Talk about a whole new kind of baby boom.

This example of spectator birth trauma has been brought to you by Mega Man #7 (January 2012) by Ian Flynn, Chad Thomas, Patrick Spaziante, and Gary Martin.

Robosexuality – Part 9

2012/06/06

When you start using blanket terms to refer to your and your colleagues’ biological offspring and robotic constructs like Dr. Noele LaLinde here, that’s a pretty good sign you need to get out of the lab more often.

Now that’s a discussion about the birds and the bees I’d like front seats to.

This questionable classification has been brought to you by Mega Man #13 (July 2012) by Ian Flynn, Matt Herms, Jonathan Hill, Patrick Spaziante, and Gary Martin.

Robosexuality – Part 8

2011/06/06

I dream of Jenny, she’s got nice hardware.

So he's interested in a girl's intake and exhaust manifolds? I guess Sheldon's not that strange after all...

This amusing view into the life of an adolescent robosexual courtesy of My Life as a Teenage Robot – Episode 20: “Designing Women” (September 7, 2005).

Robosexuality – Part 7

2010/10/22

You know, the fact that Tylerco’s software development team designed an artificial intelligence that looks like jailbait and whose degree of anatomical correctness is inversely proportional to her sense of modesty probably says a lot about them.

Well, that's one way to break the ice at a JSA All-Stars meeting.

This example of softcore software has been brought to you by JSA All-Stars #8 (September 2010) by Matthew Sturges and Freddie Williams II.

Robosexuality – Part 6

2010/09/02

She may be an incorporeal holographic projection, but mischievous artificial intelligence Roxy can still flirt with the best of ’em…something King Chimera discovers the hard way.

I'll bet she says that to all the intelligent, carbon-based life forms.

Today’s interspecies pick-up line taken from the pages of JSA All-Stars #8 (September 2010) by Matthew Sturges and Freddie Williams II.


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