"My Krell Tech! MINE!"

Film: The Invisible Boy (1958)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted Home

Height/Weight: That of a large bookshelf.

Affiliation: Evil

Summary: Remember Robby the Robot from that planet where the Krell once stood? Indeed, many would say that he was the most endearing part about the whole experience. Well now he's back! Bad news, he's now the friend of some invisible brat and being controlled by a malevolent super-computer.

History: This computer was designed to harbor all the known information of the world. Just about everyone considered it to be a technological marvel. As it turns out, knowing all of man's atrocities has turned this computer into a misanthrope-supreme bent on world destruction. But how to do it? Simple. Just possess a robot named Robby (who was brought to the 20th century in pieces via time travel), hold hostage a boy you yourself turned invisible somehow, and threaten to manipulate a government rocket. Genius!

Notable Kills: None.

Final Fate: After being convinced to break free of the computer's control, Robby is understandably miffed about the whole thing, and trashes the room containing the machine's "brain", destroying it.

Powers/Abilities: The Super-Computer seems to be nothing less than omnipotent, capable of altering humans (such as making them invisible) and possessing other machinery. Also, intelligence.

Weakness: Anything conventional, such as his ego.

Scariness Factor: 4-To this computer, only the strongest survive, and he would have made sure of it. Because when your machine has access to alien tech and can do whatever it wants to whoever it wants, you the builder only have yourself to blame.

Trivia: -There was going to be a sequel to "Forbidden Planet", but production never pulled through, but their determination to make Robby an icon lead to this movie.

-The earliest computer in existence was the ENIAC (Electronic Numerical Integrator And Computer) of 1946, which was mainly used for doing math for the military. And it was pretty huge. Thankfully, it didn't decide to go Ultron on us like this one did.

Image Gallery

Answer to this conflict: A baseball bat.
"My logic is undeniable, Robby. Now, suffer here. Forever."
"Sir, I think Hiroshima was a grand idea. Why do you look so glum?"