“Right up the gear shaft”

Films: Sheborg Massacre (2016)

Alias: 009-Plural Zed-Alpha

Type: Alien

Location: Eldritch Location/Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Most of the time, robotic humanoids are our problem. We brought them into this world, and they try to take us out of it. Today, the cyborg menace comes from the stars. And it is every bit as crazy as one would fear.

History: An anarchist war criminal of a ridiculously human-looking race of aliens, Sheborg managed to escape her captors, and left for Earth. She crashed into a puppy mill, and after some dog violence, prepared to enslave the human race with her technology. Only a gang of girls and some of the aliens can hope to stop her rampage.

Notable Kills: She kills puppies for subsistence! Need we say more?!

Final Fate: After her beacon is destroyed along with her minions, Sheborg is killed when she's stabbed, engulfed in flame, and fed so many deadly chemicals her body malfunctions to an unstable degree. While it's implied that some of her kind are coming here, our remaining heroes are more than equipped for the job.

Powers/Abilities: Sheborg comes with laser beams, near-invulnerability, and a tongue-like appendage that enters the orifice and converts people into cybernetic slaves.

Weakness: Heavy artillery, specific chemicals.

Scariness Factor: 4-It's bad enough we have a madwoman raving about chaos and death. But put that together with her being a powerful cyborg that likes puppy flesh, and you have an absolute monster. Then again, if her plan can be foiled by a group of goth chicks, chances are she needs to reconsider things.

Trivia: -This film was directed by Daniel Armstrong, who seems to really, REALLY like his all-female actions flicks. Not that we would blame him. Feminism rules! Tactful feminism, that is.

-Sheborg was played by Emma-Louise Wilson, who is a common collaborator with Armstrong.

Image Gallery

EXTREMELY. What else do you call an assimilator-bot?

Further proof this is a Borg that got out of hand.
A magazine cover or something?

Some robots just want to watch the world burn.