"The New World Dis-Order"

Films: Creation of the Humanoids (1962)

Alias: None

Type: Man-Made

Location: Civilized Area

Height/Weight: That of an average human.

Affiliation: Neutral, leaning on Evil

Summary: Congrats, humanity, you just wiped out everything above ground. What's that? You’re going to build a race of robo-men to compensate? Great, tell us how that ends up-wait, it worked?!

History: After a fierce nuclear war wipes out the majority of mankind, the humanoids were created to serve their needs and keep the population from dwindling further. For the average humanoid the daily schedule is serving some folks, get mocked and feared by the Order of Flesh and Blood for not being human and therefore a potential catalyst for mankind's end, go back to the “Temple” to talk about your day with your supercomputer "Father-Mother", rinse, wash, repeat. But recently, there have been some experiments regarding emotions and the like on them...

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: Many struggles later, it is revealed that some people are emotive, reproducing humanoids, and they never knew it! Mankind will live on, even if it's a little synthetic on the inside.

Powers/Abilities: None.

Weakness: Anything conventional.

Scariness Factor: 2-The unsettling stare they give people is enough to make us wary, but they are ultimately victims of how well their upgrades are. And besides, the creation of the Humanoids (see what I did there?) was a net positive anyway.

Trivia: -Allegedly, this is the favorite film of famed artist, Andy Warhol.

-This was the last film to star the make-up talent of Universal's own Jack P. Pierce.

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Featuring all the racism and sexism that this age implies!

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Had this film been done better, we would have had ourselves a heartwarming interspecies romance.
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"It's this or the Stepford Wives."