History Main / MechaMooks

18th Feb '18 12:40:46 PM Jubileus57
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* ''VideoGame/{{Miitopia}}'': Many mechanized versions of regular enemies (like the [[OurGoblinsAreDifferent Goblins]] or the [[EverythingIsBetterWithPenguins Pengies]]) appear in the Nimbus region, which houses several EternalEngine sublevels.
8th Feb '18 7:07:21 PM nombretomado
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* Since the domain of the angelic god of Cooperation in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' includes both political and ''literal'' machines, his [[RobotMaster Lightspeaker]] angels summon ClockPunk holy war robots called Judgemasters. They're generally benevolent but can be very dangerous on the occasions when Lightspeakers succumb to BlackAndWhiteInsanity.

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* Since the domain of the angelic god of Cooperation in ''[[NexusWar Nexus Clash]]'' ''VideoGame/NexusClash'' includes both political and ''literal'' machines, his [[RobotMaster Lightspeaker]] angels summon ClockPunk holy war robots called Judgemasters. They're generally benevolent but can be very dangerous on the occasions when Lightspeakers succumb to BlackAndWhiteInsanity.
1st Jan '18 3:51:30 AM Piterpicher
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** Very nearly done in ''TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', too. In fact it would have been, had they been robots instead of living ink.

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** Very nearly done in ''TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitansTroubleInTokyo'', too. In fact it would have been, had they been robots instead of living ink.
16th Dec '17 3:49:31 AM Silverblade2
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** Although most of the villains in are human, "The Last Laugh" features a robotic henchman to SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, called Captain Clown. In an interview, the producers admitted this was done specifically so that Batman wouldn't have to hold back in the fight.

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** Although most of the villains in are human, "The Last Laugh" features a robotic henchman to SelfDemonstrating/TheJoker, ComicBook/TheJoker, called Captain Clown. In an interview, the producers admitted this was done specifically so that Batman wouldn't have to hold back in the fight.
10th Nov '17 8:02:45 AM ACW
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*''Literature/IronManSteelTerror'': ComicBook/{{Ultron}}'s clone army.
29th Oct '17 1:59:32 PM Unregistered
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* Shadow Okumura's Corporobos from ''VideoGame/Persona5''. Appearing in the Space Station of Greed, they represent how the CEO of Okumura Foods see the employees of his company: disposable machines devoid of emotions whose only duty is to serve as the foundation upon his fast food empire is built. Unlikely most examples of this trope, they elicit sympathy from the protagonists who sees them as over-worked, brainwashed grunts who are ordered to go against impossible odds while working themselves to an early grave.



* Shadow Okumura's Corporobos from ''VideoGame/Persona5''. Appearing in the Space Station of Greed, they represent how the CEO of Okumura Foods see the employees of his company: disposable machines devoid of emotions whose only duty is to serve as the foundation of his fast food empire. Unlikely most examples of this trope, they elicit sympathy from the protagonists who sees them as over-worked, brainwashed grunts are are ordered to go against impossible odds while working themselves to an early grave.
29th Oct '17 12:57:39 PM Unregistered
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* Shadow Okumura's Corporobos from ''VideoGame/Persona5''. Appearing in the Space Station of Greed, they represent how the CEO of Okumura Foods see the employees of his company: disposable machines devoid of emotions whose only duty is to serve as the foundation of his fast food empire. Unlikely most examples of this trope, they elicit sympathy from the protagonists who sees them as over-worked, brainwashed grunts are are ordered to go against impossible odds while working themselves to an early grave.
19th Oct '17 12:26:14 PM lillolillo
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* Doctor Doom's Doombots -- both the RobotMe Doombots, and the more straightforward purple-and-gray Mecha-Mook Doombots. Oddly, the two designs rarely appear together in a story.

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* Doctor Doom's ComicBook/DoctorDoom's Doombots -- both the RobotMe Doombots, and the more straightforward purple-and-gray Mecha-Mook Doombots. Oddly, the two designs rarely appear together in a story.



* In ''ComicBook/GothamCityGarage'', ComicBook/LexLuthor's robot enforcers called "Gardeners" execute whoever gets out of line.



* Franchise/{{Superman}} is one of the few ''good guys'' to keep a contingent of Mecha-Mooks, the Superman Robots in the Fortress of Solitude. In the Silver Age, he mainly used them as [[RobotMe decoys]] to preserve his secret identity, and occasionally to pinch hit for him when he'd been incapacitated by Kryptonite or some such. A [[DroppedABridgeOnHim bridge got dropped]] on the bunch of them in UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}, but they were reintroduced in the [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern era]] and occasionally appear in the present day.

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* Franchise/{{Superman}} is one and ComicBook/{{Supergirl}} are some of the few ''good guys'' to keep a contingent of Mecha-Mooks, the Superman and Supergirl Robots in the Fortress of Solitude. In the Silver Age, he they were mainly used them as [[RobotMe decoys]] to preserve his their secret identity, identities, and occasionally to pinch hit for him one of them when he'd they'd been incapacitated by Kryptonite or some such. A [[DroppedABridgeOnHim bridge got dropped]] on the bunch of them in UsefulNotes/{{the Bronze Age|OfComicBooks}}, but they were reintroduced in the [[ComicBook/PostCrisis modern era]] and occasionally appear in the present day.
15th Oct '17 6:52:37 AM WaveSwallow
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* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', {{Cyborg}} MadScientist Doc Terror had several varieties of mecha-mooks to pit against the titular heroes.
* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''
** XANA's various monsters can count as the virtual version of Mecha-Mooks. They do appears robot-like the two times some are materialized in the real world.
** Then in season 4, the BigBad is busy constructing a whole army of robots to conquer the Earth.



* In ''WesternAnimation/{{Centurions}}'', {{Cyborg}} MadScientist Doc Terror had several varieties of mecha-mooks to pit against the titular heroes.



* ''WesternAnimation/CodeLyoko''
** XANA's various monsters can count as the virtual version of Mecha-Mooks. They do appears robot-like the two times some are materialized in the real world.
** Then in season 4, the BigBad is busy constructing a whole army of robots to conquer the Earth.



* Lord Boxman from ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'' runs a factory that builds MechaMooks that he sells to other super villains. His own QuirkyMinibossSquad of robots are regularly destroyed, either by the heroes or by [[BadBoss Boxman]] himself when they fail.



* A number of bad guys from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' have mechanical minions, from Lord Dominator's [[MagmaMan magma-powered robots]] to the clunky automaton soldiers of elderly super-villain Mandrake the Malfeasant.



* A number of bad guys from ''WesternAnimation/WanderOverYonder'' have mechanical minions, from Lord Dominator's [[MagmaMan magma-powered robots]] to the clunky automaton soldiers of elderly super-villain Mandrake the Malfeasant.
* Lord Boxman from ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'' runs a factory that builds MechaMooks that he sells to other super villains. His own QuirkyMinibossSquad of robots are regularly destroyed, either by the heroes or by [[BadBoss Boxman]] himself when they fail.
10th Oct '17 8:28:10 PM WaveSwallow
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* Lord Boxman from ''WesternAnimation/OKKOLetsBeHeroes'' runs a factory that builds MechaMooks that he sells to other super villains. His own QuirkyMinibossSquad of robots are regularly destroyed, either by the heroes or by [[BadBoss Boxman]] himself when they fail.
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