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24th Aug '15 2:36:26 PM GroovyBaby
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* Alt from ''[[VideoGame/PopNMusic Pop'n Music]]'' is a ''computer monitor-head robot''.
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* Alt from ''[[VideoGame/PopNMusic Pop'n Music]]'' is a ''computer computer monitor-head robot''. robot.
15th Aug '15 7:46:01 PM TheTitanPrince
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** Jerry, while not an Objecrthead, has a monochrome display instead of a face. It displays a question mark most of the time, but can display other things as well.
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** Jerry, while not an Objecrthead, Objecthead, has a monochrome display instead of a face. It displays a question mark most of the time, but can display other things as well.
15th Aug '15 7:45:24 PM TheTitanPrince
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* The Objectheads in ''Webcomic/{{Pilot}}'' have electronic devices in place of heads. When it comes to what it is, they run the gambit; Some have old, box televisions, some have flatscreens, while others have phones. ** Jerry, while not an Objecrthead, has a monochrome display instead of a face. It displays a question mark most of the time, but can display other things as well.
21st May '15 10:45:44 AM DaibhidC
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* The Comicbook/{{New 52}} ''Comicbook/{{Earth 2}}'' version of Robert Crane (the GoldenAge Robotman) has a head comprising a transparent dome containing his brain, with a flatscreen computer monitor on the front.
7th May '15 4:56:22 PM GroovyBaby
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* Alt from ''[[VideoGame/PopNMusic Pop'n Music]]'' is a ''computer monitor-head robot''.
21st Apr '15 7:52:21 PM Scorntex
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* Played from horror in an issue of ''ComicBook/TransformersMoreThanMeetsTheEye'': [[spoiler:In an alternate universe, the ruling council of Cybertron have replaced the usual means of surgical disfigurement with a new one where the victim's head is replaced with a TV, which they "speak" through. On occasion, it even plays pop-up ads. Eventually it transpires that they're watching people through these screens, and can communicate through them.]]
29th Mar '15 6:22:32 AM matteste
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* Doctor from ''Webcomic/OnlyHuman''.
24th Mar '15 2:01:39 AM thatother1dude
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* The people of Planet Robot from Creator/BrianKVaughan's ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}''. How modern and decorative a TV head is denotes wealth, and may be a sort of FantasticCasteSystem. Commoners like Dengo have very boxy heads with grainy monochrome displays. Nobles like Prince Robot IV, his wife, and their son have sleek heads with clear pictures in color. The leader, King Robot, has a flat screen TV for a head that is twice the height of the rest of his body.
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* The people of Planet Robot from Creator/BrianKVaughan's ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}''.''ComicBook/{{Saga}}'' all have televisions for heads. How modern and decorative a TV head is denotes wealth, and may be a sort of FantasticCasteSystem. Commoners like Dengo have very boxy heads with grainy monochrome displays. Nobles like Prince Robot IV, his wife, and their son have sleek heads with clear pictures in color. The leader, King Robot, has a flat screen TV for a head that is twice the height of the rest of his body.
24th Mar '15 2:01:07 AM thatother1dude
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* Prince Robot IV (and several others of his race) from Creator/BrianKVaughan's ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}''. His father, King Robot, is a gigantic flat screen TV robot.
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* Prince The people of Planet Robot IV (and several others of his race) from Creator/BrianKVaughan's ''ComicBook/{{Saga}}''. His father, How modern and decorative a TV head is denotes wealth, and may be a sort of FantasticCasteSystem. Commoners like Dengo have very boxy heads with grainy monochrome displays. Nobles like Prince Robot IV, his wife, and their son have sleek heads with clear pictures in color. The leader, King Robot, is has a gigantic flat screen TV robot.for a head that is twice the height of the rest of his body.
7th Mar '15 3:35:33 AM Grade0
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* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'': The page picture is a Securitron. The face depends on their purpose (and which AI is currently running it). The majority broadcast the picture's bulb-nosed cop, Victor has a stereotypical cowboy, and Yes Man is a smiling face.
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* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'': The page picture is a Securitron. The face depends on their purpose (and which AI is currently running it). The majority broadcast the picture's bulb-nosed cop, or a soldier if the player takes certain actions, Victor has a stereotypical cowboy, and Yes Man is a smiling face.
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