Famous Robots And Cyborgs: An Encyclopedia Of Robots From Tv, Film, Literature, Comics, Toys, And More
Famous Robots and Cyborgs is a high-octane voyage through the history of our metallic friends and foes. Dan Roberts narrates the history, strengths, weaknesses, quirks, and foibles of a plethora of fictional robots, cyborgs, and mechanical races—taking in the pronouncements of sci-fi visionaries and eminent robotics scientists along the way. Roberts guides us through the evolution of the deadly Cy...
Paperback: 168 pages
Publisher: Skyhorse Publishing; Reprint edition (February 4, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 5.6 x 0.7 x 8.3 inches
Amazon Rank: 1694305
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Though this volume offers a great time span of information, its severe lack of photographs or visual reference is a major strike against it. There are only 24 images for what is touted as an 'Encyclopedia of Robots'. I wish it were more visually th...
tlestar Gallactica in its various forms to movie classics like the mysterious Gort of The Day the Earth Stood Still, the iconic C-3PO, and of course the Terminator.We encounter crazed cybernetic killers, megalomaniac computers, living spaceships, beautiful androids, human brains in metal bodies, and ultracompetitive robot gladiators. Along the way, find answers to such questions as: Are robots capable of love? Which were the least convincing and most laughable movie robots of all time? Can robots harm humans to save themselves? And can you really destroy a deadly cyborg assassin with the force of an exploding oil tanker?Famous Robots and Cyborgs is a joyful, eclectic, informative, celebratory journey through the hi-tech world of the mechanical man (and woman). Packed full of trivia, robo-facts, controversy, history, and information on robot toys, games, films, TV, and books, it will delight the dedicated robot aficionado and the interested newcomer alike.