History Webcomic / WarbotInAccounting

12th Mar '16 8:31:59 AM DougSMachina
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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop". Due to scheduling issues, there are only 15 comics.

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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop". Due to scheduling issues, there are only 15 comics.
comics (or maybe the Internet stopped them.)
4th Sep '15 4:09:17 PM nombretomado
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** There are several references to AtomicRobo, including a wall calender on the protagonist's cubicle wall, a statuette on his desk, and one of his three dates was to [[TheFilmOfTheBook an Atomic Robo movie]].

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** There are several references to AtomicRobo, ComicBook/AtomicRobo, including a wall calender on the protagonist's cubicle wall, a statuette on his desk, and one of his three dates was to [[TheFilmOfTheBook an Atomic Robo movie]].
9th Jun '15 9:28:33 AM Fighteer
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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop". But do to scheduling issues, there is only 15 comics.

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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop". But do Due to scheduling issues, there is are only 15 comics.
6th Jun '15 5:22:18 PM R1ck
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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop".

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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop".
stop". But do to scheduling issues, there is only 15 comics.
28th May '15 2:11:47 PM ShinyTsukkomi
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** One episode has a poster of [[InvaderZim GIR]] in his cubicle, and another has what appears to be a [=GIR=] plushy in his apartment.

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** One episode has a poster of [[InvaderZim [[WesternAnimation/InvaderZim GIR]] in his cubicle, and another has what appears to be a [=GIR=] plushy in his apartment.
21st Apr '15 8:16:16 PM Matchstick
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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' was a short-lived webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the US military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. military complies, but is then protested by AI rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.

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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' was a short-lived webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the US military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. US military complies, but is then protested by AI rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.



* InvisibleAnatomy: Very noticeable in some comics - he can't dial a phone, so he tapes a hands-free phone to the side of his(?) self, on a dating site he can type his name and age but not description, etc.

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* InvisibleAnatomy: Very noticeable in some comics - he comics--he can't dial a phone, so he tapes a hands-free phone to the side of his(?) self, on a dating site he can type his name and age but not description, etc.
21st Apr '15 7:58:46 PM Matchstick
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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' was a short-lived webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the U.S. military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. military complies, but is then protested by A.I. rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.

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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' was a short-lived webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the U.S. US military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. military complies, but is then protested by A.I. AI rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.



The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop"

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The creators have basically admitted that they're ''trying'' to [[SerialEscalation make each update more depressing than the last]]. They've also said that they'll "continue making [it] until the Internet cries out for us to stop"stop".



!!This series provides examples of:

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!!This series provides !! ''Warbot In Accounting'' contains examples of:of:



* DivingSave: The closest thing X-17 has to a CMOA is the time he saved a cat by standing between him and the bus about to run him down. And then it was horribly subverted.

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* DivingSave: The closest thing X-17 has to a CMOA [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome CMOA]] is the time he saved a cat by standing between him and the bus about to run him down. And then it was horribly subverted.


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7th Mar '15 2:11:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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* SorryBillyButYouJustDontHaveLegs: The entire point of several strips, and a RunningGag that nobody around him notices or seems to care.
26th Feb '15 2:46:12 PM LBHills
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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' is a webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the U.S. military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. military complies, but is then protested by A.I. rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.

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''[[http://www.nuklearpower.com/warbot/ Warbot In Accounting]]'' is was a short-lived webcomic written by Creator/BrianClevinger and drawn by Zack Finfrock. It takes place in a world where warbots, large unmanned war machines with human-like artificial intelligence, were created by the U.S. military. However, in their first ever use, they were so effective that they were immediately declared weapons of mass destruction and protesters world-wide demanded they be disarmed. The U.S. military complies, but is then protested by A.I. rights groups who want the warbots to be rehabilitated and released into the civilian workforce.
9th Dec '14 4:56:39 PM ironballs16
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* OnePersonBirthdayParty: Because Warbot's [[http://www.nuklearpower.com/2009/04/22/warbot_004-print-shop/ unable to send out invites]].
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