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** 2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire, and has bribed the entire police department to let him commit his myriad crimes. Among these crimes is HumanTrafficking; when foiled, Timur orders his partners to destroy all evidence. Timur also runs [[GladiatorGames a gladiator show]], where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. Yet another operation of his involves rich people paying to hunt down frightened Q-bots for fun. Caring only about [[{{Greed}} lining his pockets]] with cash, Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself.]]

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** 2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire, and has bribed the entire police department to let him commit his myriad crimes. Among these crimes is HumanTrafficking; when foiled, Timur orders his partners to destroy all evidence. Timur also runs [[GladiatorGames a gladiator show]], where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. Yet another operation of his involves rich people paying to hunt down frightened Q-bots for fun. Caring only about [[{{Greed}} lining his pockets]] with cash, Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that even though [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself.]]


** 2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire involved in HumanTrafficking and a [[GladiatorGames gladiator show]] where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. [[{{Greed}} Caring only about lining his pockets with cash]], Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself]].

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** 2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire involved in HumanTrafficking empire, and a has bribed the entire police department to let him commit his myriad crimes. Among these crimes is HumanTrafficking; when foiled, Timur orders his partners to destroy all evidence. Timur also runs [[GladiatorGames a gladiator show]] show]], where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. [[{{Greed}} Yet another operation of his involves rich people paying to hunt down frightened Q-bots for fun. Caring only about [[{{Greed}} lining his pockets pockets]] with cash]], cash, Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself]].himself.]]


** 2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire involved in HumanTrafficking and a [[GladiatorGames gladiator show]] where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. Caring only about lining his pockets with cash, Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself]].

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** 2010 **2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire involved in HumanTrafficking and a [[GladiatorGames gladiator show]] where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. [[{{Greed}} Caring only about lining his pockets with cash, cash]], Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself]].

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**2010 Creator/DarkHorseComics Reboot: [[TheDon Timur]] is the head of the Metal Mob, a criminal empire involved in HumanTrafficking and a [[GladiatorGames gladiator show]] where humans are brutally slaughtered on live television. Caring only about lining his pockets with cash, Timur is willing to have both humans and the sapient Q-robs slaughtered for profit, despite the fact that [[BoomerangBigot he's a Q-rob himself]].

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*CompleteMonster: See [[Monster/ValiantComics here]].

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*MalignantPlotTumor: Back in the 60's, the alien Malev robots weren't that big a deal. They ended up taking over the 1990's series.

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