Posts Tagged ‘Robosexuality’

Robosexuality – Part 7


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


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.

Robosexuality – Part 5


As a theoretician, anthropologist, and daydreaming road hazard, Skids makes for a rather unlikely warrior in the ongoing conflict between the Autobots and the Decepticons. Like most of us, he only wants the simple things in life: to escape the horrors of war; to enjoy a peaceful existence dedicated to pursuing his own interests; to receive sponge baths from hot chicks in Daisy Dukes.

If this van's a-rockin', don't come a-knockin'.

Today’s lesson in interspecies pampering has been brought to you by The Transformers #20 (September 1986) by Bob Budiansky, Herb Trimpe, Ian Akin, and Brian Garvey.

Robosexuality – Part 4


Ever wonder how robots flirt with one other? Just watch cybernetic lothario Robotman in action as he sweet talks the (unbeknownst to him) evil Mekanique into going back to the lab with him for a “checkup”:

Robotman bringing new meaning to the term "getting brain".

This beginner’s guide to “cybersex” brought to you by All-Star Squadron #60 (August 1986) by Roy Thomas, Mike Clark, Arvell Jones, Vince Colletta, and Tony DeZuniga.

Robosexuality – Part 3


You know, my taste doesn’t normally run to machines, but I must admit that this kind of view would go a long way towards changing my mind:

Oh great. A woman who's both steamy AND frigid at the same time.

To paraphrase an old Internet saying, we’re all robosexual for Platinum.

This scene raises a good question, though. (And no, it’s not “Is Will Magnus gay?” We all know the answer to that one.) What exactly are these superhuman abilities that Tina is referring to? Are they bondage-related, perhaps?

Yeesh...get a room, you two.

This lesson in sexual frustration comes to your courtesy of Doom Patrol #1 (October 2009) by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire and Action Comics #590 (July 1987) by John Byrne and Dick Giordano.

Robosexuality – Part 2


If the way to a man’s heart is really through his stomach, Platinum‘s got a lot of cooking left to do…

Even if tofu turkey's on the can you resist that smile?

This cooking lesson has been brought to you by Doom Patrol #1 (October 2009) by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, and Kevin Maguire.

Robosexuality – Part 1


While Cliff Steele, the second Robotman, no longer has a plug to insert into a socket, so to speak, Saturn Girl discovers that he apparently still appreciates the view:

That's not just ass. It's futuristic, jailbait ass.

This lesson on telepathic etiquette courtesy of The Brave and the Bold #34 (July 2010) by J. Michael Straczynski and Jesus Saiz.

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