“Blood Below the Dance Floor”

Films: Mikadroid: Robokill Beneath Discoclub Layla (1991)

Alias: Jinra-Go

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted home

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: The mistakes of the past will be visited upon the present. And boy howdy, can the mistakes get back when they're straight from the second world war.

History: Around the end of WWII, a secret lab in Tokyo was about to turn three athletes into super-soldiers known as the Jinra-Go. But out of all three of them, only one managed to get the upgrade via Mikadroid armor, and he was presumed dead after the place got bombed. Now, the lab is a nightclub, but the Mikadroid has been reactivated. Now, it patrols the underground of the place, looking for people to slaughter.

Notable Kills: Slices up a girl just so she can walk away, imprint a wall with her bloody silhouette, and keel over...huh.

Final Fate: One of the surviving athletes reveals after breaking the Mikadroid's sword that he's got F*CKING METAL SPIDER LEGS HIDDEN IN HIS BACK, and uses them to ensnare the killer cyborg, and blow the both of them up.

Powers/Abilities: The Mikadroid comes with a gattling rifle, a katana, and near-impenetrable armor.

Weakness: Heavy artillery

Scariness Factor: 4-Although he isn't very fast, the Mikadroid is pretty much a tank if it were a sword-wielding serial killer. Combine that with a gun that can reduce you to swiss cheese, and you've got a terrifying villain.

Trivia: -This film was also simply known as "Robokill".

-One of the most famous real life humanoid robots was ASIMO (Advanced Step in Innovative Mobility), a robot whose development inspired advances in walking assist tech.


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A dance party we're glad we skipped out on.

Today, people are about to get wrenched-I mean, whacked.
A lightsaber? Well, this was the 90s.

Trust me, this robot doesn't bother with human disguises.

Hell's machine has risen.

"I caught his sword. Is this an anime now?"


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