"Twin-Bots Attack"

Film: Gog (1954)

Alias: Gog and Magog

Type: Man-Made

Location: Civilized area

Height/Weight: Slightly less large than an average human.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: When you're getting your product made overseas, make sure that there aren't any nefarious folk involved. Because if they are, they can make sure that what you get has a little bonus to ruin your life. No, we are not talking about some door-to-door salesmen, just guys like whoever made supercomputer NOVAC go rogue.

History: NOVAC was a supercomputer developed in Switzerland for America. However, despite the lead designer's good intentions, an unknown individual(s?) saw it fit to sabotage the machine, albeit very subtlety. After a long while of NOVAC serving the U.S., a robotic plane invisible to radar hovered over the facility it was located in, giving commands to the computer in order for it to kill everyone there. NOVAC's main arsenal came in the form of two robots built in the facility named Gog and Magog.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Magog is torched by a flamethrower while trying to trigger an explosively atomic chain reaction, and Gog goes out of commission when the plane is shot down by manned planes.

Powers/Abilities: Aside from strength, NOVAC's robots have little flamethrowers attached to them.

Weakness: Fire is the best way to get through the tough metal alloy.

Scariness Factor: 1-Aside from being pretty easy to kill, Gog and Magog are just too adorable to be afraid of, especially with how they flail their stubby little arms around all the time.

Trivia: -Gog and Magog are named after two biblical figures of varying interpretation, almost all of which involved very detrimental people.

-The film was meant to be in 3D, but it arrived at the very end of that craze for a while, so that was downplayed a bit.

Image Gallery

Not really sure how THAT happened.

And he then made a Frankenstein's Monster out of STYROFOAM!

The simple solution is shown at last.

The surefire solution: Cosmic Rust.

Gog, in all his funny-looking glory.

Turns out, those arms DO have a use.