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27th May '16 11:18:03 AM JoeMerl
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* In ''WesternAnimation/JimmyNeutronBoyGenius,'' Jimmy decides that [[SiblingsWanted he wants a little brother]], and builds one. When "Brobot" becomes annoying, however, he decides to build him robot parents, and the three fly off to live together on the moon. They come back in at least one episode.
22nd Apr '16 6:21:18 PM YZQ
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* ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'': Chii has her sister [[spoiler:Freya]]. The chobits themselves were created to be surrogate daughters for a woman who couldn't given birth.

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* ''Manga/{{Chobits}}'': Chii has her sister [[spoiler:Freya]]. The chobits themselves were created to be surrogate daughters for a woman who couldn't given give birth.
16th Nov '15 6:22:59 PM zarpaulus
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** The Core: Extended book elaborates. They're actually capable of "sexual" reproduction using an internal manufacturing device that constructs a new "brain" and newborn chassis from a combination of both parents' blueprints, or genes. And it's possible to make sperm with genomes translated from a Cog's chassis as well.
8th Oct '15 8:37:46 PM nombretomado
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* The DCUniverse has Dr. Magnus' MetalMen, who are all people who were accidentally transferred into robotic bodies. [[AlternateContinuity Sometimes]].

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* The DCUniverse has Dr. Magnus' MetalMen, ComicBook/MetalMen, who are all people who were accidentally transferred into robotic bodies. [[AlternateContinuity Sometimes]].
15th Jul '15 2:12:56 PM StFan
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* Title robot Signal in ''TwinSignal'' considers Pulse to be his brother because they were created by the same man. He also considers the human little boy Nobu to be his little brother because, personality-wise, he was programmed to act that way--but he says he'd think of Nobu that way even if it ''wasn't'' in his programming.

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* Title robot Signal in ''TwinSignal'' ''Manga/TwinSignal'' considers Pulse to be his brother because they were created by the same man. He also considers the human little boy Nobu to be his little brother because, personality-wise, he was programmed to act that way--but way -- but he says he'd think of Nobu that way even if it ''wasn't'' in his programming.
30th Jun '15 3:39:08 PM nighttrainfm
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* Ultron, the premier KillerRobot of the MarvelUniverse, has created a whole bunch of other robots (The Vision, Jocasta, Alkhema, Antigone) whom he explicitly refers to as a family. Most of them have ended up betraying him. Ultron's family also includes his creator Hank Pym and the various people whose brain patterns he's copied into his creations. Things get extra-complicated when you through in Visions children with Scarlet Witch - his non-robot, human children, who are still related to their parents even though they were reincarnated and born to different families...yeah. The end result is a robot being the grandfather of two organic individuals.

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* Ultron, Comicbook/{{Ultron}}, the premier KillerRobot of the MarvelUniverse, has created a whole bunch of other robots and cyborgs (The Vision, Jocasta, Alkhema, Antigone) Antigone, Victor Mancha) whom he explicitly refers to as a family. Most of them have ended up betraying him. Ultron's family also includes his creator Hank Pym and the various people whose brain patterns he's copied into his creations. Things get extra-complicated when you through throw in Visions Vision's children with Scarlet Witch - his non-robot, human children, who are still related to their parents even though they were reincarnated and born to different families...yeah. The end result is a robot being the grandfather of two organic individuals.
19th Jun '15 7:35:23 PM Berrenta
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*** Also, it was widely speculated that Dr. Light built the three in a sense that he actually wanted to have his own chidren.
*** Heck, the Robot Masters of ''1'', ''9'', and ''[[MegaManPoweredUp Powered Up]]'' can count as well. Not that it stops some of the ''Powered Up'' robots from [[BrotherSisterIncest hitting on Roll]].

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*** ** Also, it was widely speculated that Dr. Light built the three in a sense that he actually wanted to have his own chidren.
*** ** Heck, the Robot Masters of ''1'', ''9'', and ''[[MegaManPoweredUp Powered Up]]'' can count as well. Not that it stops some of the ''Powered Up'' robots from [[BrotherSisterIncest hitting on Roll]].
3rd Jun '15 10:14:00 PM Vampygirl63
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* ''FanFic/TheBridge'' gives us a {{Cyborg}} variant of the trope with Gigan and Megalon. By merit of having the same creators who made them, both organics and mechanical parts included, the latter considers the former his older brother. Gigan might be a bit less vocal about it, but he does acknowledge the younger kaiju as relation.
23rd May '15 10:38:43 AM ShinyTsukkomi
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* ''MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': Jenny has several "sisters" who are actually failed prototypes created by her inventor who have since been shut down and locked up in the basement.
* [[TransformersGenerationOne Original Transformers]] Sideswipe and Sunstreaker are considered brothers. Also, Optimus Prime and Elita One (who [[BrotherSisterIncest are apparently romantically involved]]) consider Alpha Trion their father, as he rebuilt them from their previous civilian forms into their current states when they were damaged.

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* ''MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot'': Jenny has several "sisters" who are actually failed prototypes created by her inventor who have since been shut down and locked up in the basement.
* [[TransformersGenerationOne [[WesternAnimation/TransformersGenerationOne Original Transformers]] Sideswipe and Sunstreaker are considered brothers. Also, Optimus Prime and Elita One (who [[BrotherSisterIncest are apparently romantically involved]]) consider Alpha Trion their father, as he rebuilt them from their previous civilian forms into their current states when they were damaged.



** ''TransformersAnimated'' had Jetfire and Jetstorm refer to each other as brothers. Unlike the likes of Sideswipe and Sunstreaker, an explanation is provided: they came from a single [[OurSoulsAreDifferent spark]] that split into two at 'birth'.

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** ''TransformersAnimated'' ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' had Jetfire and Jetstorm refer to each other as brothers. Unlike the likes of Sideswipe and Sunstreaker, an explanation is provided: they came from a single [[OurSoulsAreDifferent spark]] that split into two at 'birth'.



* One episode of ''{{Robotboy}}'' involved Robotboy finding out he had a prototype older brother ("Protoboy") that had to be shut down by Moshimo (their creator) after he was turned evil by Kamikazi and went [[AxCrazy insane]]. The episode revolves around the ever-naive Robotboy finding the deactivated Protoboy in Kamikazi's Rejects closet and turning him back on. The results aren't pretty.

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* One episode of ''{{Robotboy}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Robotboy}}'' involved Robotboy finding out he had a prototype older brother ("Protoboy") that had to be shut down by Moshimo (their creator) after he was turned evil by Kamikazi and went [[AxCrazy insane]]. The episode revolves around the ever-naive Robotboy finding the deactivated Protoboy in Kamikazi's Rejects closet and turning him back on. The results aren't pretty.
19th May '15 11:00:39 AM Allronix
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* {{Tron}}-universe {{Fanon}} will tend to [[PlayingWithATrope play with this trope]], particularly in regards to Clu, Sam, and Flynn (usually played for DarkFic) or with Alan and Tron (often played for hurt-comfort). Complicating matters in that universe, Programs don't appear to have the same concept of "family" as humans and the fact Programs [[ThankTheMaker see humans as their deities]].

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* {{Tron}}-universe {{Fanon}} will tend to [[PlayingWithATrope play with this trope]], particularly in regards to Clu, Sam, and Flynn (usually played for DarkFic) or with Alan and Tron (often played for hurt-comfort).HurtComfortFic). Complicating matters in that universe, Programs don't appear to have the same concept of "family" as humans and the fact Programs [[ThankTheMaker see humans as their deities]].
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