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Brainbot “E-BOT LUTION”

Ever since Fritz Lang introduced Maria in his 1927 expressionist sci-fi classic “Metropolis,” audiences have been fascinated by robots both benevolent and nasty – see if you can name all the pop-culture bots featured in this snappy timeline tribute from Brainbot Studios in Madrid.

Production: Brainbot
Codirected by Alfonso Huerta & Rogelio Folgueras
Creative Direction: Alfonso Huerta
Art Direction: Jae Tanaka
Animation Direction: Rogelio Folgueras
Clean Up: Javier Ara & Rogelio Folgueras
Production Manager: Fernanda Zaragoza

Original Music: Jeansy Aúz
Sound Effects: Mandala Music
Audio Mixing: La Panadería

Robots: in order of appearance
1927 – María (Metrópolis)
1939 – Hickory (Wizard of Oz)
1951 – Gort (The Day the Earth Stood Still)
1952 – Astroboy
1953 – Ro-Man (Robot Monster – aka Monster from Mars)
1954 – Tobor the Great
1954 – Gog
1956 – Robby (Forbidden Planet)
1961 – Unimate (the first real robot made by man)
1963 – Tetsujin 28
1965 – Dalek (Dr. Who)
1966 – killer robot (Mysterious Doctor Satan)
1967 – King Kong Escapes
1972 – Huey (Silent Running)
1972 – Mazinger Z
1973 – Jet Jaguar (Godzilla)
1973 – The Gunslinger (Westworld)
1977 – Silver Ice (Logan’s Run)
1977 – C3PO (Star Wars)
1981 – Nono (Ulises 31)
1982 – Lider 1 (Gobots)
1982 – Pris (Blade Runner)
1984 – Terminator
1991 – T-1000 (Terminator 2)
1986 – Short Circuit
1995 – Cyrax (Mortal Combat)
2008 – Wall-E
1999 – Bender (Futurama)
1999 – The Iron Giant
2004 – Omnidroid (The Incredibles)
2005 – Marvin (The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy)
2009 – Claptrap (Borderlands)
2010 – BIMO (Adventure Times)
2014 – Big Hero 6
2013 – Brainbot (our logo)

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2 Responses to “Brainbot “E-BOT LUTION””
  1. Kris says:

    Where’s Ash?

  2. Brainbots says:

    You forgot Minook and the Brainbots (C)1997-Present