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8th Jan '17 12:35:30 PM nombretomado
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* ''TopTen'' features an intelligent talking Doberman Pinscher in a humanoid mechanical suit of armor.

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* ''TopTen'' ''ComicBook/TopTen'' features an intelligent talking Doberman Pinscher in a humanoid mechanical suit of armor.



** Also {{ComicBook/BPRD}} agent Johan Krauss, who's pretty much a cloud of gas in a pressurized suit.
* In the MarvelComics' {{Retcon}} series ''{{Marvel}}: The Lost Generation'', a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] BrainInAJar hero called the Eternal Brain was given a robot named Walkabout to provide him with mobility.

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** Also {{ComicBook/BPRD}} agent Johan Krauss, who's pretty much a cloud of gas in a pressurized suit.
* In the MarvelComics' Creator/MarvelComics' {{Retcon}} series ''{{Marvel}}: The Lost Generation'', a [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks Golden Age]] BrainInAJar hero called the Eternal Brain was given a robot named Walkabout to provide him with mobility.
28th Oct '16 4:18:30 PM nombretomado
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* A variant occurs in ''Manga/NewMazinger'', an one-shot painted ''Anime/MazingerZ'' graphic novel done by GoNagai and released by Dark Horse Comics: the titular super-robot is blasted into a sword-and-sorcery world where he rescues a topless princess (this IS GoNagai, after all) from invading lizard-men. When the princess attempts to offer herself to the mysterious knight to persuade him to aid her people, he reveals that he is a machine piloted by a human "just the right damn size for a pet!"

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* A variant occurs in ''Manga/NewMazinger'', an one-shot painted ''Anime/MazingerZ'' graphic novel done by GoNagai Creator/GoNagai and released by Dark Horse Comics: the titular super-robot is blasted into a sword-and-sorcery world where he rescues a topless princess (this IS GoNagai, Go Nagai, after all) from invading lizard-men. When the princess attempts to offer herself to the mysterious knight to persuade him to aid her people, he reveals that he is a machine piloted by a human "just the right damn size for a pet!"
13th Oct '16 1:28:35 PM Darthrai
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* An unusal variation in [[spoiler:"Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion"]]

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* An unusal ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion'' presents a similar variation in [[spoiler:"Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion"]]to ''Basquash'': the titular Evangelions, typically presented and marketed as HumongousMecha, are actually [[spoiler:humanlike armored mutants that can be piloted by regular humans]].
22nd Sep '16 3:02:50 PM nombretomado
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** There's also the creator of the Onmitrix, who turns out to be an older version of Ben's Grey Matter alien, but only when we first see him in ''Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix''. His other-dimensional counterpart in ''Ben10Omniverse'' episode "Store 23" also appears in one.

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** There's also the creator of the Onmitrix, who turns out to be an older version of Ben's Grey Matter alien, but only when we first see him in ''Ben10SecretOfTheOmnitrix''. His other-dimensional counterpart in ''Ben10Omniverse'' ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' episode "Store 23" also appears in one.
6th Sep '16 10:58:44 PM charlessage
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-->'''Von Klempt''': Are you shocked at my true form?!
-->'''Hellboy''': We've met before! I KNOW you're just a head!
25th Aug '16 6:00:31 PM LinTaylor
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* Aizawa Nagisa from ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' is a tiny alien piloting a human sized version of herself (minus her antenna). Her brother on the other hand, pilots a ''female'' robot ''specifically'' so that he can sneak into the female baths...

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* Nagisa Aizawa Nagisa from ''Manga/MyMonsterSecret'' is a tiny alien piloting a human sized HumanAlien who's about the size of an action figure and typically rides around in a mech that looks like a human-sized version of herself (minus (the access port is a large screw on the back of her antenna). head [[UnusuallyUninterestingSight that nobody seems to notice]]). Her older brother on the other hand, pilots Ryo turns up in a ''female'' robot ''specifically'' female suit, entirely so that he can sneak into [[PeepingTom peep on girls in the female baths...bath]] -- [[LaserGuidedKarma and it comes back to bite him in the ass]] when fellow pervert Shimada falls for "her".
20th Aug '16 6:14:49 PM BNSF1995
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* The Pretenders in ''{{Transformers}}'' were suits ''for'' the titular giant robots, either disguised as humans or monsters. It was never explained ''how'' the Cybertronians could hide with these suits, considering they were still giant robots.

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* The Pretenders in ''{{Transformers}}'' were suits ''for'' the titular giant robots, either disguised as humans or monsters. It was never explained ''how'' the Cybertronians could hide with these suits, considering they were still giant robots. The concept works fine in animation (due to Transformers often changing sizes, known in the fandom as "mass-shifting") and the Decepticon Pretenders (almost all of them have monsters for shells), but for the Autobot Pretenders (who are basically all humans), it causes major scale discrepencies in the toyline.
19th Aug '16 2:26:52 AM Tre
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* Creator/SciFiChannel has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DH-v2G-aZg this commercial.]]

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* Creator/SciFiChannel [[Creator/{{Syfy}} Sci Fi Channel]] has [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DH-v2G-aZg this commercial.]]
10th Aug '16 12:12:54 AM harlbior
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* ''Franchise/Stargate'':

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* ''Franchise/Stargate'':''Franchise/{{Stargate}}'':
10th Aug '16 12:12:00 AM harlbior
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* The personifications of the emotions of Riley and other characters in ''WesternAnimation/InsideOut'' influence their actions via a control console and view everything from their perspective as if on a viewscreen.


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* ''Franchise/Stargate'':
** The Goa'uld in ''Franchise/{{Stargate}}'' are a biological variant, usurping control of a living human host. It's explained that the reason Humans were popular for this role (as opposed to their previous hosts, the Unas) were because human bodies were easy to repair.
** The Tok'ra (a rebel faction of Goa'uld) defy this trope by sharing control with their human host rather than forcibly taking it from them.
** Jaffa, the soldiers of the Goa'uld, additionally serve as incubators for Goa'uld larvae, which they carry in a pouch on their stomach. However, they cannot control the Jaffa soldiers directly.
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